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Walkin Down The Line - Steven Keene - No Alternative (CD, Album)

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  1. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Steven Keene - No Alternative (CD ) U.S. Release at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
  2. The song Walkin' Down the Line was written by Bob Dylan and was first recorded by Bob Dylan in It was first released by Jackie De Shannon in It was covered by Bill Yates & Friends, David Richey, Michel Montecrossa, Joe & Eddie and other artists.
  3. A few years later in , Keene’s second album No Alternative was put out on the Moo Records label featuring other former Dylan band members Tony Garnier, John Jackson, and Bucky Baxter. He also played a tune on this album, "Only Homeless" with Danny Kalb, .
  4. "Walkin' Down the Line" is a song written by Bob Dylan and first recorded by him in November for Broadside magazine. Dylan recorded the song again in March for his music publisher Witmark and this version was released in on The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3 (Rare & Unreleased) – The lyrics recount the troubles of a hobo walking down the railroad tracks.
  5. Even then, though, there are better versions of "Walkin' Down the Line" (try the Rising Sons, Hamilton Camp, and the Dillards for those), as well as DeShannon's "With You in Mind" (done better by Marianne Faithfull) and "To Be Myself" (done much better by DeShannon herself on a rare album of publisher demos), though DeShannon's "Depend on.
  6. Walkin' Down The Line Composed By – Bob Dylan: A2: This Beautiful Land Composed By – Newley*, Bricusse* A3: All I Really Want To Do Composed By – Bob Dylan: A4: That Was The Last Thing On My Mind Composed By – Tom Paxton: A5: This Little Bird Composed By – Loudermilk* A6: Depend On Yourself Composed By.
  7. Watch the video for Walkin' Down The Line from Joan Baez's Baez Sings Dylan for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  8. Walkin’ Down the Line Lyrics: Well, I’m walking down the line / I’m walking down the line / An’ I’m walking down the line / My feet’ll be a-flying / To tell about my troubled mind / I.

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