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Mistery Train (+story about it)

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MISTERY TRAIN  Elvis Presley
written by H. Parker & Sam Philips


A D7                            A
  TRAIN I RIDE, SIXTEEN COACHES LONG
D7                             A
TRAIN I RIDE, SIXTEEN COACHES LONG
          E                D               A
WELL THAT LONG BLACK TRAIN GOT MY BABY AND GONE
D7                                     A
TRAIN TRAIN, COMIN' 'ROUND, 'ROUND THE BEND
D7                             A
TRAIN TRAIN, COMIN' 'ROUND THE BEND
        E             D7                A
WELL IT TOOK MY BABY, BUT IT NEVER WILL AGAIN

       solo         

D7                                 A
TRAIN TRAIN, COMIN' DOWN, DOWN THE LINE
D7                           A
TRAIN TRAIN, COMIN' DOWN THE LINE
          E                 D           A
WELL IT'S BRINGIN' MY BABY, 'CAUSE HE'S MINE ALL, ALL MINE
A
HE'S MINE, ALL, ALL MINE
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"Mystery Train" is a song written by Junior Parker and Sam Phillips. It was first recorded in Phillip's Memphis Recording Service and Sun Records at 706 Union Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee in 1953. Raymond Hill and Matt Murphy were in the backing band with Bill Johnson on piano, Pat Hare on guitar, and John Bowers on drums. The band was listed on the label as Little Junior's Blue Flames. "Mystery Train" and "Love My Baby" was released late in 1953 on Sun #192, and from the beginning the sound and feel of "Train" gave Parker his first taste of fame and name recognition.

Elvis Presley's version of "Mystery Train" was first released on August 20, 1955 as the B-side of "I Forgot to Remember to Forget" (Sun 223). It was again produced by Sam Phillips at Sun Studios, and featured Presley on vocals and rhythm guitar, Scotty Moore on lead guitar and Bill Black on bass. RCA Victor rereleased this recording in December of 1955 (#47-6357) after acquiring it as part of a contract with Presley This version of the song peaked at #11 on the national Billboard Country Chart

Artists who have covered the song:

    * Tom Fogerty
    * Gazz Guzzlers
    * Bulldog
    * Robert Gordon and Link Wray
    * Robert Gordon with Danny Gatton
    * Vince Maloney
    * The Paul Butterfield Blues Band (1965)
    * John Hammond (1969)
    * Uncle Dog (1972)
    * The Band (1973)
    * Jerry Garcia Band (1976)
    * The Soft Boys (1981)
    * Emmylou Harris (1986)
    * Merl Saunders, Jerry Garcia, John Kahn & Bill Vitt (1988)
    * Fairground Attraction (March 1988)
    * P.P. Michiels (August 10, 1992)
    * Dwight Yoakam (1994)
    * Willie and the Poor Boys (1994)
    * Bootleg Kings (April 9, 2000)
    * Scotty Moore (1964)
    * Pat Travers (April 11, 1992)
    * Neil Young (1983)
    * Grace Potter and the Nocturnals (2005)
    * UFO (band)
    * Uncle Dog
    * Alvin Lee
    * Bob Dylan (Studio Outtake)
    * Boxcar Willie
    * Chet Atkins & Jerry Reed
    * James Burton
    * Jeff Beck and Chrissie Hynde
    * Jose Feliciano
    * The Neville Brothers
    * Richard Thompson
    * Ricky Nelson
    * Gene Summers (from "Gene Summers In Nashville" CD) 1981
    * Sam the Sham & the Pharoahs
    * Jimmy Velvit (from "Sounds Like Elvis CD") 1996
    * The Roll-Ups
    * The Stray Cats
    * The Dirtbombs
    * Bob Luman
    * Hank Marvin
    * Johnny Waleen
    * Ronnie McDowell
    * The Smalltown Ramblers
    * Terry Dene
    * Led Zeppelin (San Diego, California 1977-06-19 and Oakland, California 1977-07-24)
    * George Kamikawa (2003)
    * Nightlosers (1997)
    * The Doors (part of "Black Train Song", a live recording available on their 1997 boxed set)
    * Los Tres
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