Wolf Creek Pass is an album by country musician C. W. McCall, released in 1975 (see 1975 in music) on MGM Records. It was recorded after the success of a song included in the album, "Old Home Filler-up an' Keep on a-Truckin' Cafe", which was used in a popular television commercial that helped make McCall famous. McCall himself was the pseudonym of Bill Fries and was convened by Fries along with Chip Davis of Mannheim Steamroller fame.
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Wolf Creek Pass is an album by country musician C. The album concentrated predominantly on themes related to trucking, with many of them based on events in Fries' life
Wolf Creek Pass Way up on the Great Divide Truckin' on down the other side. Well, Earl put down his bottle Mashed his foot down on the throttle And then a couple of boobs with a thousand cubes In a 1948 Peterbilt screamed to life (We woke up the chickens). We roared up off of that shoulder Spraying pine cones, rocks, and boulders And put four hundred head of them Rhode Island Reds And a couple of burnt-out roosters on the line Look out below Cause here we go.
Wolf Creek Pass" (Bill Fries, Chip Davis) – 3:55. Night Rider" (Fries, Davis) – 2:30. com/Wolf Creek Pass (album). location on Google Map. Wolf Creek Pass. Wolf Creek Pass (el. 10,857 f. is a high mountain pass on the Continental Divide, in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado. It is the route through which . Highway 160 passes from the San Luis Valley into southwest Colorado on its way to New Mexico and Arizona.
Though this album will never win any awards for depth or transcendence, it shows that . McCall (aka William Fries) did have a way of investing his truck-driving songs with charm and humor. The Johnny Cash soundalike wades through ten selections that deal mostly with life on the highway, including the hits "Wolf Creek Pass" and "Old Home Filler-Up an' Keep On a-Truckin' Café. Humor is the main element in most of the songs, and one can almost see McCall smiling his way through these tunes.
BPM Profile Wolf Creek Pass. Album starts at 126BPM, ends at 102BPM (-24), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). The Real McCall An American Storyteller. McCall & Co. 1979.
Wolf Creek Pass" is an album by country musician C. It was recorded following the success of a song from the album, "Old Home Filler-up an' Keep on a-Truckin' Cafe", which was used in a popular television commercial that helped kickstart McCall's career. McCall himself was the pseudonym of Bill Fries and was convened by Fries along with Chip Davis of Mannheim Steamroller fame
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