Two Trains Running
Neither one going my way!
There Should Be More Trains
From Roundhouse to Roadhouse

Bobby Rush:
A spike-driving hammer man worked
on the railroad

Big City, Little City Railroad Blues
Train songs

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Better Choo Choos:
America is inching forward
Railroads carry blues
Charlie Musselwhite: Railroads are on his mind
Big James Montgomery and the Chicago Playboys:
Da blues will never die
Mike Brooks: If it sounds like train, It smells like a train
Deak Harp: Still blowing that whistle, one real long, two short.
Paul Oscher: With a sleeper car, he’s a happy camper
Cyril Neville: Touring, Trains and Troubled Times
Ted Drozdowski: The best of both worlds, keeping the blues alive and the railroads alive!
James Crutchfield: I heard that whistle blow and I just had to go!
Travelin’ Blues: Been around the world
Simply the Blues: Disappearing railroad blues
On The Road
Chicago blues
Take the “el” train to hear the blues
The blues activism of Kingston Mines’
Doc Pellegrino
Eddie Berner: Chicago’s “Number One Blues Fan”
NYC blues
Chesapeake blues
Blues in Grand Rapids
Minnesota blues
STL blues

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