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Performer: Tom Rush
Genre: Folk music
Title: Tom Rush
Country: US
Released: 1965
Style: Folk
FLAC version ZIP size: 1820 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1197 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1659 mb
Rating: 4.1
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Ladies Love Outlaws is the 1974 country rock album from folk rock musician Tom Rush. The album spent nine weeks on the Billboard 200 charts, peaking at number 124 on November 16, 1974. Ladies Love Outlaws" (Lee Clayton) – 2:28. Hobo's Mandolin" (Michael Peter Smith) – 3:12. Indian Woman from Wichita" (Wayne Berry) – 4:19. Maggie" (Tom Rush) – 3:32. Desperados Waiting for a Train" (Guy Clark) – 3:30. Claim on Me" (Clayton) – 4:08. Jenny Lynn" (Richard Dean) – 2:59.

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Songs in album Tom Rush - Merrimack County (1972).

Tom Rush (1970 album). Tom Rush is the 1970 album from pioneer Folk rock musician Tom Rush. He covers songs from fellow folkies Jackson Browne, Murray McLauchlan, James Taylor and David Wiffen. Guest musicians were David Bromberg on Dobro and Red Rhodes on Steel Guitar.

BPM Profile Tom Rush. Album starts at 100BPM, ends at 108BPM (+8), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Tom Rush. Celebrates 50 Years of Music.

Tom Rush hit on the perfect combination with 1968's classic The Circle Game. He found his voice in the songs of other modern writers, bringing about the age of the singer/songwriter in the process. 1970's self-titled release (not to be confused with his folk-blues album, also self-titled, from 1965) again features the work of James Taylor ("Rainy Day Man") and the then-unsigned Jackson Browne ("These Days," "Colors of the Sun"), along with tunes by Fred Neil ("Wild Child") and Jesse Colin Young ("Lullaby").

Yup, that’s Tom with his good friend and then bandmate Trevor Veitch, playing Wasn’t that a Mighty.


A1 Long John 3:51
A2 If Your Man Gets Busted 3:30
A3 Do Re Mi 2:40
A4 Milk Cow Blues 3:10
A5 The Cuckoo 3:30
A6 Black Mountain Blues 2:40
A7 Poor Man 3:30
B1 Solid Gone 3:00
B2 When She Wants Good Lovin' 3:30
B3 I'd Like To Know 2:15
B4 Jelly Roll Baker 3:00
B5 Windy Bill 2:15
B6 Panama Limited 8:20

Companies, etc.

  • Printed By – Dillard et Cie. Imp. Paris


  • Producer – Paul Rothchild*


Collection "Folklore U.S.A." BIEM

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EKS 7288, EKS-7288 Tom Rush Tom Rush ‎(LP, Album) Elektra, Elektra EKS 7288, EKS-7288 US 1965
CCM-231-2 Tom Rush Tom Rush ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Collectors' Choice Music CCM-231-2 US 2001
EKS 7288, EKS-7288 Tom Rush Tom Rush ‎(LP, Album, RE) Elektra, Elektra EKS 7288, EKS-7288 US Unknown
EKL-288 Tom Rush Tom Rush ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Elektra EKL-288 UK Unknown
EKS 7288, EKS-7288 Tom Rush Tom Rush ‎(LP, Album, RE) Elektra, Elektra EKS 7288, EKS-7288 US 1967