Freight Train, Alan Jackson’s 16th album, has none of the momentum of a locomotive but all of the reassuring sturdiness of a hulking piece of steel: this is music built for distance, not speed. Appropriately, not much on Freight Train moves all that fast -- there is a bit of a skipping gait to the title track -- and nothing hits that hard; it all rolls along comfortably, never pushing at the 6/
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Various: Freight Train (2-CD) (/Not Now) 50 tracks - Songs of trains, hobos, hope, hearbreak & Happiness Long before automobiles became commonplace, the method of transport that symbolised freedom and independence in America was the train.
3. Freight Train Boogie - The Delmore Brothers 4. Train Of Love - Johnny Cash 5. Mystery Train - Elvis Presley 6. K.C. Moan - Ken Colyer's Skiffle Group 7. The Train With The Rhumba Beat - Johnny Horton 8. Take The A Train - The Delta Rhythm Boys 9. One Way Ticket (To The Blues) - Neil Sedaka Lonesome Train (On A Lonesome Track) - Johnny Burnette
The concluding number was "Freight Train", though it was abruptly stopped just a few seconds into the song (this recording is available on an unauthorized release called Paul McCartney Limelight). In Quarrymen member Rod Davis recorded a cover of the song and released it on his album Under The Influence. Other recorded versions.