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Train Kept A-Rollin' (1997) - Paul Burlison

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Paul Burlison

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Train Kept A-Rollin'
  Date Performance: 1997, Running Time: 3:47
  Comments: Recorded at Master Link Studio, Nashville, Tennessee
She's Hot
  Date Performance: 1997, Running Time: 3:35
  Comments: Recorded at Sweetfish Recording Studios, Argyle, New York.
Lonesome Tears In My Eyes
  Date Performance: 1997, Running Time: 3:51
  Comments: Recorded at Sunset Sound Factory, Hollywood, California
We're Gonna Rock
  Date Performance: 1997, Running Time: 3:41
  Comments: Recorded at Sunset Sound Factory, Hollywood, California
Love's Like Rain
  Date Performance: 1997, Running Time: 4:33
  Comments: Recorded at Sweetfish Recording Studios, Argyle, New York.
Memphis Blues
  Date Performance: 1997, Running Time: 3:28
  Comments: Recorded at Master Link Studio, Nashville, Tennessee
Love My Baby
  Date Performance: 1997, Running Time: 3:31
  Comments: Recorded at Sweetfish Recording Studios, Argyle, New York.
Hound Dog
  Date Performance: 1997, Running Time: 3:44
  Comments: Recorded at Levon Helm Studio, Woodstock, New York. Vocals recorded at Sweetfish Recording Studios, Argyle, NY
Trouble Is I'm In Love With You
  Date Performance: 1997, Running Time: 3:37
  Comments: Recorded at Master Link Studio, Nashville, Tennessee
Lonesome Train (On A Lonesome Track)
  Date Performance: 1997, Running Time: 2:10
  Comments: Billed on back cover as "Lonesome Train". Recorded at Levon Helm Studio, Woodstock, New York
Boogie To Woodstock
  Date Performance: 1997, Running Time: 3:13
  Comments: Recorded at Levon Helm Studio, Woodstock, New York
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Richard Bell, Victor Bisetti, Harvey Brooks, Gary Burke, Billy Burnette, Rocky Burnette, Randy Ciarlante, Rick Danko, D(ominic) J(oseph) Fontana, James/Jimmy Griffin, Kuniko Hashizume, (Mark) Levon Helm, David Hidalgo, George Lembesis, Conrad Lozano/Rozano, Dennis (W.) Morgan, Tony Newman, Scott Petito, Cesar Rosas, Jeff Sarli, Gary Smith, Mavis Staples, Gar(r)y Tallent, Jim Weider, Kim Wilson

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Domestic Vinyl/CD Album

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Doug Ford (Engineer), Chad Hailey (Engineer), John Paterno (Engineer), Scott Petito (Engineer), Tiny Bradshaw (Songwriter), Paul Burlison (Songwriter), Billy Burnette (Songwriter), Dorsey Burnette (Songwriter), Rocky Burnette (Songwriter), Howard Kay (Songwriter), Jerry Leiber (Songwriter), Colin Linden (Songwriter), Lois Mann (Songwriter), Glen Moore (Songwriter), Dennis (W.) Morgan (Songwriter), Al Mortimer (Songwriter), (Little) Junior (Herman) Parker(, Jr.) (Songwriter), Scott Richardson (Songwriter), Cesar Rosas (Songwriter), Mike Stoller (Songwriter), Milton Subotsky (Songwriter), Jim Weider (Songwriter), Kim Wilson (Songwriter), Dan Griffin (Executive Producer), Jim Weider (Produced By), John Holbrook (Mixed By), Bob Ludwig (Mastered By), Paul Burlison (Arranged By), (Mark) Levon Helm (Arranged By), David Hidalgo (Arranged By), Cesar Rosas (Arranged By), Jim Weider (Arranged By), Kim Wilson (Arranged By), Rees Shad (Graphic Design), Gary Burke (A&R), Larry Abrahms (Photos By), Ebet Roberts (Photos By), Doug Ford (Vocals Engineer), Doug Ford (Digital Guru)

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Sweetfish Records

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Guitar overdubs recorded at Moon Haw Studio, West Hurley, NY & Sweetfish Recording Studios, Argyle, NY

Mastered at Gateway Mastering Studios

Special Thanks To: Rocky Burnette, all the musicians, Lisa (for everything), Rees Shad, Gary Burke, Doug Ford, Rob Kovacs, Dan Griffin, all Sweetfish staff, Ron Rainey Management for Levon Helm and Rick Danko, Paula Sartorius and Julie Steeg at Metropolitan Entertainment for David Hidalgo, Cesar Rosas and Conrad Lozano, Baruck/Consolo Management for Kim Wilson, Montana Productions for Mavis Staples, Avalon Entertainment Group for Billy Burnette, I.D. Management for D.J. Fontana, George Lembesis - video photography, Del Breckenfeld & Fender Musical Instruments for the Tone, Tommy Robertson at Fibes Drum Co., Chris Lane for his Fender Tweed Champ, Ian Kimmet & Jerry Tisch-Archives. Butch Dener - spiritual advisor/driver, Mark Fuller.

Additional Thanks to Lionel Trains for their wonderful catalog clippings

David Hidalgo, Cesar Rosas and Conrad Lozano appear courtesy of Warner Brothers Records Inc.

This CD has been enhanced by Sweetfish Interactive, LLC for your enjoyment!!!

(P) (C) 1997 by Sweetfish Records
920 Edie Rd.
Argyle, NY 12809



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No standouts outside of Billy appearance tracks
Review written by John Fitzgerald, June 2nd, 2005

This album may have been meant to be somewhat restrained due to it more reasonably fitting the aging Johnny Burnette & The Rock And Roll Trio member but this album really only rocks on the most predictable numbers therefore leaving little surprise for the listener though an obvious exception to this "predictable-ness factor" is the bossa nova arrangement of "Hound dog" which was certainly not expected! Of the 3 songs Billy is on here, the Rocky Burnette co penned "Trouble is I'm in love with you" is the weakest of the three, though pleasant, sounds like a slowed down Chuck Berry styled boogie and since Billy only plays rhythm guitar and does backing vocals on this song, it is (naturally) the song on which you hear Billy the least on out of the three. The version of "Memphis blues" here (on which Billy sings the lead vocals, does backing vocals and plays electric tremolo rhythm guitar & acoustic guitar) isn't much different to the version of this song that appears on his "All night long" CD, perhaps the rhythms are less strong so it sounds more smooth here but it matches up well with the other version and it's really hard to pick a favorite version, I'd probably lean towards this one just because it's that little bit out of the ordinary as to where you'd find a Billy led tune! The obvious highlight of the album is the run through of the classic R&R Trio nugget that represents the title track here and though it does make a very good opener, maybe they should've left it to be the closing statement as the closing instrumental clapper "Boogie to Woodstock" may have been better in the middle somewhere. I think the "Gone again" styled "Love my baby" may have been a good opening contender though it admittedly doesn't rock as much as Billy's "Gone again" and is less effective. Anyways, the title track has very good Rocky & Billy led vocals though they are perhaps a bit echoy to be fully appreciated and in addition to playing acoustic & electric rhythm guitars on the track, a rare lead guitar solo from Billy is included here which I think sounds pretty good considering he's not known for his lead guitar work. As for the rest of the platter, it does mainly have that "rocking with stand up bass" sound of Billy's "All night long" CD but as stated, is not as rough sounding making it sound as if it's a little held back. There's the "Rock around the clock" styled fast "She's hot" predictably featuring Kim Wilson, "Lonesome tears in my eyes" has a nice but slight Les Paul tinge to it, "We're gonna rock" is about as rough as things get here as this reminds me of something George Thorogood would really cut his teeth ripping through, "Love's like rain" which is a good change of pace, less predictable that the others here, reminds me of a Delbert McClinton type of slowish funk and the pleasant but not particularly memorable bounce of "Lonesome train". In the end, it's worth getting for the Billy appearance tunes but don't expect too much beyond that from this album.

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Discography entry submitted by Jeff Kenney.