David Allan

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Longhaired Redneck - Personnel
... David Allan Coe, The Nashville Edition, The Jordanaires – vocals Billy Sanford, John Christopher, Tommy Allsup, Reggie Young – guitar Pete Drake – steel guitar, dobro Mike Leech, Henry Strzelecki ... the Iron Horse Saloon Live at Billy Bob's Texas Compilation albums Greatest Hits The Best of David Allan Coe 17 Greatest Hits For the Record The First 10 Years 18 X-Rated Hits Biggest Hits Super Hits ... Outlaw of Country Music 20 All Time Greatest Hits Country Outlaw The Essential David Allan Coe Ultimate Collection For the Soul and for the Mind Demos of '71-'74 Castles in the Sand/Hello in There Just Divorced/Da ...
The Essential David Allan Coe
... The Essential David Allan Coe is a compilation album including highlights from various periods of David Allan Coe's career ...
17 Greatest Hits - Track Listing
... Hank Williams Junior-Junior" 241 David Allan Coe Studio albums Penitentiary Blues Requiem for a Harlequin The Mysterious Rhinestone Cowboy Once Upon a Rhyme Longhaired Redneck Rides ... Texas Compilation albums Greatest Hits The Best of David Allan Coe 17 Greatest Hits For the Record The First 10 Years 18 X-Rated Hits Biggest Hits Super Hits The Mysterious Rhinestone ... Hits Country Outlaw The Essential David Allan Coe Ultimate Collection For the Soul and for the Mind Demos of '71-'74 Castles in the Sand/Hello in There Just ...
Scottish East Coast Fishery - Fishing Boat Development - The Steam Boat
... vessels were designed and made by David Allan (Born 1840 Orkney)In Leith in March 1875, he converted a drifter to steam power.In 1877 it is said that he built the first screw propelled steam trawler in ... Allan stated that his motivation for auxiliary power was to increase the safety of fishermen ... Allan's largest were 105 feet (32 m) ...

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