9 thoughts on “ Trains And Boats And Planes - Dwight Yoakam - Population Me (CD, Album) ”

  1. Dwight Yoakam - Population Me - Cd from the folkie lilt of "An Exception to the Rule" to a revival of Burt Bacharach's "Trains and Boats and Planes" (a s hit for Billy J. Kramer), This is a really difficult album to find as Dwight had recently reissued the album in The title track is a must listen to song and fits right into a /5(81).
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Dwight Yoakam - Population: Me at Discogs. Complete your Dwight Yoakam collection/5(27).
  3. Trains And Boats And Planes Lyrics: Trains and boats and planes / Are passing by / Could mean a trip / To Paris or Rome / For someone else / But not for me / The trains and boats and planes / Took.
  4. Population Me: 6: Stayin' Up Late (Thinkin' About It) 7: Trains And Boats And Planes Banjo – Earl Scruggs Fiddle – Gabe Witcher Written-By – Burt Bacharach & Hal David* 8: If Teardrops Were Diamonds Vocals [Duet] – Willie Nelson: 9: I'd Avoid Me Too: The Back Of Your Hand Acoustic Guitar – Al Bonhomme /5(18).
  5. Population Me is the 13th studio album by Dwight Yoakam. Bluegrass legend Earl Scruggs plays banjo on the reworked cover of Burt Bacharach’s "Trains and Boats and Planes," and banjo is also prominently featured on the Los Angeles singer-songwriter Mike Stinson’s "The Late Great All tracks are written by Dwight Yoakam unless.
  6. The trains and boats and planes Took you away, away from me We were so in love, And high above We had a star To wish upon, wish And dreams come true, But not for me The trains and boats and planes Took you away, away from me Trains and boats and planes Took you away, But ev'ry time I see them pray And if my prayers Can cross the sea, The trains.
  7. Dwight Yoakam returns on a new label with his first album proper in three years -- the soundtrack to his directorial film debut, South of Heaven, West of Hell is just that, not an album of songs. And while one might wonder if Population Me is more of the same brand of Bakersfield-styled honky tonk blues from Yoakam and be right, there are two arguments as to why it's a necessary purchase.
  8. Seven high-standard Yoakam originals, a couple of songs by other writers and one well-worn but well done cover (the Bacharach/David composition "Trains and Boats and Planes") make up Population: Me. There's a duet with that charmingly ubiquitous and promiscuous vocal partner, Willie Nelson.

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