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Granny Takes A Trip - Ralph McTell - The Ralph McTell Collection (Vinyl, LP)


  1. The album concludes with two recordings of Dylans Don't think twice, and the epic Red and Gold, a song Ralph wrote for Fairfield Convention. Ralph is often considered to be best when performing live, and the inclusion of so many live tracks confirms Ralphs status /5(11).
  2. Ralph McTell also appears in this compilation. Tracks of Disc 1; 1. On The Road Again; 2. I Heard It Through The Grapevine; 3. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue; 4. Horse With No Name ( Collection Remaster) 5. The House Of The Rising Sun ( Remastered Version) 6. Perfect Day (Remastered) 7. She's Not There (Album Version) 8. Space Oddity (Uk.
  3. Granny Takes A Trip Tracks 1 to 13 are his debut album "Eight Frames A Second" - released February in the UK on Transatlantic TRA and June in the USA on Capitol ST Produced by TONY VISCONTI - it didn't chart in either country/5(21).
  4. Eight Frames a Second, an Album by Ralph McTell. Released in February on Transatlantic (catalog no. TRA ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Contemporary Folk.
  5. Ralph McTell Show all songs by Ralph McTell Popular Ralph McTell albums You Well-Meaning Brought Me Here. Not Till Tomorrow. Sand in Your Shoes.
  6. Ralph McTell is a Folk Singer. Ralph was born in s, in the middle of Baby Boomers Generation. He was born Ralph May. His first grandchild, Ezra, was born in He left grammar school to serve in the British Army at age 15 but left the Army six months later. In college, he became influenced by American jazz and blues music.
  7. The Ralph McTell Collection - Volume Two, a Compilation of songs by Ralph McTell. Released in on Transatlantic (catalog no. SAM 39; Vinyl 12").
  8. Buy All Things Change ~ The Transatlantic Anthology (CD) by Ralph McTell (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  9. Some of McTell's other tunes are just plain wacky, by today's pop/folk music standards, like "Granny Takes A Trip". But they are all uniquely Ralph McTell's. Except for "streets of london" which is for all audiences, some of the other tunes, like "Kew Gardens" can perhaps only be really appreciated by those who are keyed into '70s British folk/5(5).

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