Here on this Tom T Hall cover songs page you'll find a collection of demo covers, free Tom T Hall chords and lyrics pdf sheets, some rhythm tips and full lesson tutorials available for purchase.
I'm also using Tom T Hall album covers to indicate the source of each song.
Engineers Don't Wave From Trains Anymore is from the 1982 album "The Storyteller And The Banjo Man".
The song was never released as a single.
I Like Beer was a single released in 1975 and peaked at #4 in the US and #12 in Canada.
The song can be found on the album "Faster Horses".
Old Dogs, Children And Watermelon Wine was released from "The Storyteller" album was a #1 hit in both Canada and the US. The song was written by Tom T Hall about an encounter with an old janitor
he meet in Miami while attending a political event. Frankie lane, Ferlin Husky and John Prine have all covered this song.
Pamela Brown was released as a single in 1972 but failed to chart in the US but did chart in Australia at #24.
The song is from his album "The Storyteller".
That's How I Got To Memphis was not released as a single back in 1969 by Tom T Hall but was recorded and released by Bobby Bare in 1970. His version peaked at #3.
Tom T Hall had this track on his "Ballad Of Forty Dollars & His Other Great Songs".
The Last Country Song was never released as a single but can be found on his 1979 album "Old T's In Town".
The Year That Clayton Delaney Died was a #1 hit in the US for Tom T Hall in 1971 and is based on his neighbor and boyhood hero Lonnie Easterly.
The song hails from the album "In Search Of A Song".
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