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  1. Gogis
    Mississippi John Hurt ‎– Satisfied Casey Jones (Talkin' Casey) B4: Baby, What's Wrong With You: B5: Lonesome Blues: Mississippi John Hurt: Satisfied ‎ (11xFile, FLAC, Comp, RE, 24b) Legacy International: none: C-QS Mississippi John Hurt: Satisfied 5/5(1).
  2. Dougami
    With Alan Hale Jr., Bobby Clark, Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor. Television version of the classic train story of Casey Jones, the engineer of the steam-engine powered "Cannonball Express".
  3. Fenrisar
    John Luther "Casey" Jones A few months later he transferred into more active railroading as a brakeman on the line between Columbus and Jackson, Tennessee. With his long range goal of becoming an engineer in mind, Casey made another transfer; this time becoming a fireman on the M & O line between Jackson, Tennessee and Mobile, Alabama.
  4. Samukazahn
    Casey Jones guitar tab by Mississippi John Hurt with free online tab player. One accurate version. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal.
  5. Zulura
    Mississippi John Hurt recorded “Casey Jones” earlier in but it was never released; in the s he recorded multiple versions. Bluesmen Jesse James and Bob Howard both recorded “Southern Casey Jones” in the s. Artists who subsequently recorded Casey Jones songs included Johnny Cash, Sidney Bechet, Spike Jones, and the Grateful.
  6. Kikora
    American Folk Figure. He was killed in the wreck of the Illinois Central Train #1 (The Cannonball Express) at Vaughan, Mississippi on April 30, at a.m. He stayed with the train to slow it down as much as possible, and was the only one who was killed in the .
  7. Meztisho
    Casey Jones in Mississippi. Find Casey Jones's phone number, address, and email on Spokeo, the leading people search directory for contact information and public records.
  8. Dusar
    Jun 23,  · John Luther “Casey” Jones may have been going too fast that fateful night near Vaughan, Mississippi, but there’s no evidence that he was high on cocaine or any other illicit substance. Jones was born March 14, , in southeastern Missouri; no one’s quite sure where exactly.

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