Littlefield, Ed Jr.: Going to the West

Littlefield, Ed Jr. SKU: 24203142
Littlefield, Ed Jr.: Going to the West

Littlefield, Ed Jr.: Going to the West

Littlefield, Ed Jr. SKU: 24203142

Format: CD

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Title: Going to the West
Artist: Littlefield, Ed Jr.
Label: CD Baby
UPC: 702987017926
Genre: Folk

Ed Littlefield Jr. (vocals, pedal steel guitar, Highland bagpipes, keyboards, mandolin, Dobro, lead guitar), a product of the Northern California folk scene, relocated to Washington State in the early 1970s. He toured extensively with the well-known Seattle Western swing band Lance Romance before founding Sage Arts, one of the Northwest's premier recording studios, where he functions as a producer and engineer. Ed is one of the most innovative of the new breed of pedal steel guitarists; among his influences, he counts Ian & Sylvia, Bob Dylan, Flatt & Scruggs, Hank Williams, Doc Watson, Ernest Tubb, The Grateful Dead, The Band, and The Rolling Stones.

1.1 Going to the West (Traditional)
1.2 Johnson Boys (Traditional)
1.3 You'll Find Her Name Written There (Harold Hensley)
1.4 Been All Around This World (Traditional)
1.5 Pretty Peggy-O (Traditional)
1.6 Miss Julias Waltz (E.W. Littlefield, Jr.)
1.7 Waterbound (Traditional)
1.8 Kingdom Coming (Henry Clay Work, 1862)
1.9 Standing in the Need of Prayer (Traditional)
1.10 Sail Away, Ladies (Traditional)
1.11 Green Light on the Southern (Norman Blake)
1.12 Over the Waterfall (Traditional)
1.13 Miss Julias Dream (E.W. Littlefield, Jr.)

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