Last Train To San Fernando - Johnny Duncan And His Blue Grass Boys* - Last Train To San Fernando (Vinyl)

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  1. John Franklin Duncan (September 7, – July 15, ) was an American bluegrass and skiffle musician. He became popular in Britain in with "Last Train to San Fernando", which reached number two in the UK Singles Chart. Biography.
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  3. 7" Single on 45cat: Johnny Duncan And The Blue Grass Boys - Last Train To San Fernando / Rock-A-Billy Baby - Columbia - UK - DB
  4. This is the only collection of Johnny Duncan's material, and it is expensive, costing over $ for four compact discs. Duncan did authentic American versions of country, calypso, bluegrass, and blues numbers, which were mainly of interest in England at a time when American stuff sold well in England. That would seem to make this collection irrelevant today, except that he was a good singer 9/
  5. Johnny Duncan And The Blue Grass Boys - Last Train To San Fernando / Rock-A-Billy Baby - Columbia - UK () Johnny Duncan And The Blue Grass Boys - Johnny Duncan And His Blue Grass Boys - Columbia - UK () Previous by Artist. Eric Jupp And His Orchestra - Tango On The March / Song Of Lisbon - Columbia - UK () Vinyl Albums:
  6. Apr 11,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Last Train To San Fernando on Discogs. Label: Columbia - DB • Format: Vinyl 7 Johnny Duncan And The Blue Grass Boys* - Last Train To San Fernando (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(8).
  7. Although promoted as a skiffle artist, Duncan was a straight country performer, both in terms of arrangements and repertoire. ‘Last Train To San Fernando’, a Trinidad calypso he re-arranged, steamed up the UK charts, but the communication cord was pulled just before it reached the top. The b-side, ‘Rock-A-Billy Baby’, was equally strong.
  8. John Franklin 'Johnny' Duncan (September 7, – July 15, ) was an American skiffle star. He was born in the Windrock coal mining camp overlooking the town of Oliver Springs, Tennessee, and became a British skiffle star in with the hit record "Last Train to San Fernando" which reached number two in the UK Singles Chart.
  9. The Johnny Duncan on this 4 CD box set was born in the States. After army service at RAF Molesworth in the UK he went into skiffle. The word doesn't do Duncan any favours. His work was Bluegrass, prior to his stint in the service we are told he worked with Blue Grass king Bill Monroe. If .

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