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Billy Hallquist - Travelin' album

Billy Hallquist - Travelin' album Performer: Billy Hallquist
Title: Travelin'
Style: Folk Rock
Date of release: 1975
Size MP3: 1786 mb
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Billy Hallquist (Guitar and Vocals) with Al Heigl (Guitar). this MUST BE THE PLACE with Bill Carlson. Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1976, WCCO-TV. Ain't no words to tell the world how good it made me feel to work with you on the Travelin' album" - Al Heigl.

Billy Hallquist ‎– Travelin'. Label: Mill City Records ‎– MCR-7501. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, Quadraphonic. Country: US. Released: 1975. A6: title NOT printed on label and cover (Duration only); additional guitars loaned by Kevin Odegard, Carrie Caldwell, Keith Gause, Billy Vaught, Jim Hauch and John Sterner. comes with printed insert-sheet.

Billy Hallquist – Travelin' lyrics. I don't know where I'm going But I know that I want To go there with you. We're gonna sing and play Have us a working holiday Crowd's gonna sing along too. Travelin' makes me high - Watch the world go by my window. We might just end up In Carnegie Hall Cause you know I don't think too small. I ain't tryin' to fool you This ain't a Sunday School, You know, The Bible tells me s. ravelin' makes me high - Watch the world go by my window. Changing faces, Changing places, Changing times

Billy Hallquist was born Oct. 19, 1949 in Sioux Falls, SD, USA. In 1951, He was stricken with Polio, but survived after several months in the hospital. But, Billy lobbied for another singer who eventually took over the vocal duties. However, Billy did agree to sing lead on one track, "Summertime Children". Persephone" did much to establish Billy as a solo artist and was followed up by a 2nd solo release in 1976, "Travelin"' on Mill City Records. During this period Billy appeared with such major acts as Jerry Jeff Walker, Michael Johnson, Barefoot Jerry and comedian Jimmy Walker ("Good Times"). In 1976 Billy Hallquist helped form "he . Band and performed with them throughout the Mid-West .

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Travelin' 5:13
A2 Pay The Penalty 4:06
A3 Pass Me By 3:37
A4 City Life 3:55
A5 Roseport 5:05
Composed By – Kevin Odegard
3:18
A6 Travelin' 2:11
B1 Peaches 3:31
B2 Bonnie & Ödie 4:58
B3 Ballad Of A Poor Man 8:28
B4 Glaciers 5:16

Credits

  • Backing Vocals – Carrie Caldwell (tracks: B1, B2), Jim Hauck (tracks: A2), Joe Stanger (tracks: A2, A5, A6,), Kevin Odegard (tracks: A2, A6, )
  • Banjo – Blueberry Bill (tracks: B1)
  • Bass – Billy Hallquist (tracks: B2), Rick Miller
  • Blues Harp – Billy Hallquist (tracks: B1), Bruce "The Creeper" Kurnow* (tracks: A5, B3)
  • Body Percussion – Billy Hinckley (tracks: B1)
  • Drums – Rick LiaBraaten
  • Electric Guitar – Al Heigl (tracks: B3, B4), Billy Hallquist (tracks: A1, B3, )
  • Engineer – David Rivkin
  • Fiddle – Billy Hinckley (tracks: B1)
  • Flute – Larry Ankrum (tracks: B3, B4)
  • Guitar – Al Heigl (tracks: A1, B1, B3, B4), Billy Hallquist, Kevin Odegard (tracks: A1, )
  • Jew's Harp – Ron Wydell (tracks: B1,)
  • Mandolin – Billy Hinckley (tracks: B1)
  • Mellotron – Keith Gause (tracks: A3)
  • Music By – Billy Hallquist
  • Piano – Larry Ankrum (tracks: A5, B2)
  • Producer – Al Heigl
  • Saxophone – Larry Ankrum (tracks: B4)
  • Slide Guitar – Al Heigl (tracks: A1, A2, A4, A5, ), Billy Hallquist (tracks: A4)
  • Twelve-String Guitar – Al Heigl (tracks: A1, A5, A6, B1, B3, B4), Billy Hallquist (tracks: A1, )
  • Vocals – Billy Hallquist, Joe Stanger (tracks: B4), Kevin Odegard (tracks: B4)
  • Words By – Billy Hallquist

Notes

A6: title NOT printed on label and cover (Duration only);
additional guitars loaned by Kevin Odegard, Carrie Caldwell, Keith Gause, Billy Vaught, Jim Hauch and John Sterner.
comes with printed insert-sheet.