The Dillards: Tribute To The American Duck, LP (Vinyl)
The Dillards: Tribute To The American Duck, LP (Vinyl)
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The Dillards
Tribute To The American Duck

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
  • United Artists Records
  • (UAS 29 516 I)
  • United Artists Records GmbH
  • (UAS 29 516 I)
  • 10 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX+ / EX
  • used

tracks

A1

Music Is Music

3:14
A2

Caney Creek

2:30
A3

Dooley

2:00
A4

Love Has Gone Away

3:28
A5

You've Gotta Be Strong

4:00
B1

Carry Me Off

3:50
B2

Smile For Me

3:50
B3

Hot Rod Banjo

2:50
B4

Daddy Was A Mover

3:24
B5

What's Time To A Hog

Lead Vocals
  • Mitch Jayne
2:12

Credits

Backing Vocals
  • The Dillards
  • Linda Dillard
Bass
  • Colin Cameron
  • Gary Itri
Drums
  • John Raines
  • Paul York
Percussion
  • John Raines
  • Paul York
  • Don Gallese
Engineer
  • Don Gallese
Guitar
  • Irv Dugan
  • Burkett Graves
  • Billy Ray Lathum
  • Rodney Dillard
Banjo
  • Billy Ray Lathum
Lead Vocals
  • Rodney Dillard
Keyboards
  • Andrew Belling
Mandolin
  • Dean Webb
Producer
  • Rodney Dillard

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