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Dale Watson goes trucking

Friday, January 16, 2009 – Dale Watson will bring his truckers music to the silver platter once again. Look for the Texas honky tonker's "The Truckin' Sessions: Volume Two" April 21 courtesy of Hyena Records.

Songs on the CD, which Watson also produced, are:
1. Drag N Fly
2. Jack's Truck Stop and Cafe
3. Truck Stop in LaGrange
4. 10-4
5. Yankee Doodle Jean
6. Hey Driver
7. Hero
8. I Got To Drive
9. Truckin' Man
10. Me and Freddie and Jake
11. Truckin' Queen
12. Let This Trucker Go
13. No Help Wanted
14. Texas Boogie

Watson's first trucking CD, "The Truckin' Sessions," came out in 1998 on Koch.

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