Steel Driving Man
Mon Apr 2 14:42:34 EDT 2007
Yes They were The Real Trail Blazers.
"BLUES BAND LEADER OF THE YEAR
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From: "fred dabney" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, April 01, 2007 9:54 PM
Subject: Re: Steel Driving Man
> > Yes from what I know about Rail Road work. It was a hard Job.My father
> > a
> > railroad man Back in 1946 out through Arkansas at least that what my
> > mother
> > told me and my aunt's He died Early working On the Rail Road Track's.My
> > mother said he would Call her name real loud. and he was A Big Man.
> Very true. Hard, dangerous but it had some glamour and a lot of kids
> wanted to grow up to work on the rails.
> But it's not coincidence that so many classic blues are about the
> railroads. Be proud of your dad- it was because of men like him
> and the work he did that we have the good things we have now.
> Fred D.
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