Arlo Guthrie | Running Down the Road

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Running Down the Road

by Arlo Guthrie

60's folk blended with traditional folk roots....... think Woodstock.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Oklahoma Hills
3:27 album only
2. Every Hand in the Land
2:20 album only
3. Creole Belle
3:45 album only
4. Wheel of Fortune
2:30 album only
5. Oh, In the Morning
4:54 album only
6. Coming in to Los Angeles
3:06 album only
7. Stealin
2:49 album only
8. My Front Pages
3:47 album only
9. Living in the Country
3:18 album only
10. Running Down the Road
4:29 album only


Album Notes
Digitally remastered to meet the highest standards. This classic album is still fresh and enduring. The songs range from folk roots like Woody Guthrie's "Oklahoma Hills" and John Hurt's "Creole Belle" to Arlo's Woodstock anthem, "Coming In To Los Angeles" and his rocker, "Running Down The Road". For those who had this on LP it will be coming home to an old friend. New listeners will love it.



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bill ford

good old country music
Very countrified songs well delivered i bought this for the song My Front Pages, a song I heard Iain Mathews play 37 years ago and loved. It took me 36 years to track it to this album but the wait was worth it, a really great song.

Sheldon Rothman, Woodend, Australia

Excellent album new to CD - worth the wait
This album was Arlo's first attempt at being serious (like Pete Seeger said), so it wasn't as popular as it should have been when it first came out (except for Coming into Los Angeles). But now it's on CD and a welcome addition to Arlo's repertoire. Listen to Wheel of Fortune, My Front Pages (ok, a small joke, Bob) and Living in the Country to see how good Arlo really is. And well ok I've always liked Coming into LA.

Fred LeBaron

Still Arlo after all these years!
I remember buying this in vinyl at the Michigan Union and listening till the grooves wore out. Still awesome!