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Two Trains Runnin'

Two Trains Runnin'

Released: December 2, 2016

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Song Credits

"Still A Fool"
Performed by Chris Thomas King
Also performed by Dave Van Ronk
Courtesy of Rootstock Recordings
Written by McKinley Morganfield/Watertoons Music (BMI)


"Third Stone from the Sun/ If You Love Me Like You Say"
Performed by Gary Clark Jr.
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records, Inc.
By arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
Written by Jimi Hendrix/Experience Hendrix, LLC (ASCAP)


"Sunflower River Blues"
Performed by John Fahey
Courtesy of Concord Music Group, Inc.
Written by John Fahey/Downtown Music Publishing (ASCAP)


"Frankie"
Performed by Mississippi John Hurt
Courtesy of Columbia Records
By arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
Written by John Hurt/Wynwood Music Company, Inc. & The Adage Group (BMI)


"Pony Blues"
Performed by Charley Patton
Also performed by Alvin Youngblood Hart
Written by Charley Patton/EMI Longitude Music
c/o Sony/ATV Music (W) (BMI)


"Preaching Blues (Up Jumped The Devil)"
Performed by Robert Johnson
Courtesy of Columbia Records
By arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
Written by Robert Johnson/Standing Ovation and Encore Music
c/o Bicycle Music (SESAC)


"The Panama Limited"
Performed by Bukka White
Courtesy of RCA Records by arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
Written by Booker T. Washington White/
Peer International Corporation (BMI)


"Avalon Blues"
Performed by Mississippi John Hurt
Courtesy of Columbia Records
By arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
Written by John Hurt/Wynwood Music Company, Inc. & The Adage Group (BMI)


"Spanish Two-Step"
Performed by John Fahey
Written by John Fahey/Downtown Music Publishing (ASCAP)


"Aberdeen Mississippi Blues"
Performed by Bukka White
Written by Booker T. Washington White/Bukka White Music
c/o BMG Rights Management (BMI)


"Next Door Neighbor Blues"
Performed by Gary Clark Jr.
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records, Inc.
By arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
Written by Gary Clark Jr. (BMI)


"Preachin' the Blues"
Performed by Son House
Written by Eddie J. House Jr./Sondick Music
c/o BMG Rights Management (BMI)


"If You Haven't Any Hay"
Performed by Skip James
Written by James Nehemiah Curtis/Wynwood Music Company, Inc. (BMI)


"Hard Time Killing Floor"
Performed by Lucinda Williams
Also performed by Skip James
Courtesy of Shout! Factory, LLC
Written by Nehemiah James/Wynwood Music Company, Inc. (BMI)


"Going Down South"
Performed by North Mississippi Allstars
Traditional


"61 Highway Blues"
Performed by Luther Dickinson
Also performed by Mississippi Fred McDowell
Written by Fred McDowell/Global Jukebox Publishing (BMI)
From the Alan Lomax Collection,
American Folklife Center, Library of Congress
Courtesy of Odyssey Productions, Inc.


"That's No Way to Get Along"
Performed by Reverend Robert Wilkins
Also performed by Reverend John Wilkins
Courtesy of Geffen Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
Written by Robert Wilkins/Wynwood Music Company, Inc. (BMI)


"Don't Owe You a Thang"
Performed by Gary Clark Jr.
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records, Inc.
By arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
Written by Gary Clark Jr. (BMI)


"Sick Bed Blues"
Performed by Skip James
Courtesy of Shout! Factory, LLC
Written by Nehemiah James/Wynwood Music Company, Inc. (BMI)


"When My Train Pulls In"
Performed by Gary Clark Jr.
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records, Inc.
By arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
Written by Gary Clark Jr. (BMI)


"Death Letter Blues"
Performed by Son House
Also performed by Chris Thomas King
Written by Eddie J. House, Jr./Sondick Music
c/o BMG Rights Management (BMI)


"Hammer Blues"
Performed by Jimbo Mathus
Written by Charley Patton/EMI Longitude Music
c/o Sony/ATV Music (BMI)


"Boogie Chillen"
Performed by Buddy Guy
Written by John Lee Hooker & Bernard Besman/Universal Music - Careers (BMI)


"Write Me A Few Lines"
Performed by Mississippi Fred McDowell
Courtesy of Arhoolie Records
Written by Fred McDowell/Tradition Music Company
c/o BMG Rights Management (BMI)


"Shake Em on Down"
Performed by Mississippi Fred McDowell
Traditional


"Devil Got My Woman"
Performed by Skip James
Courtesy of Vanguard Records
Written by Nehemiah James/Wynwood Music Company, Inc. (BMI)


"Freight Train"
Performed by Valerie June
Written by Elizabeth Cotton/Sanga Music c/o Bicycle Music (BMI)


"I Want to Live So God Can Use Me"
Performed by Son House
Traditional


"Two Trains Runnin'"
Original Score
(c) 2016 Boy From Texas Tunes (BMI)



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