Steve Goodman - Election Year Rag album
Album: Steve Goodman. Steve Goodman: Best 2 songs. Steve Goodman - Mind Your Own Business 02:52. Steve Goodman - Jazzman 03:39. Album: Steve Goodman. Steve Goodman: best 2 tracks. Steve Goodman - Still Trying To Care Hot Spot, 1999 04:05. Steve Goodman - Telephone Answering Tape Santa Ana Winds, 1989 03:06.
Steven Benjamin Goodman (July 25, 1948 – September 20, 1984) was an American folk music singer-songwriter from Chicago. He wrote the song "City of New Orleans," which was recorded by Arlo Guthrie and many others including Joan Baez, John Denver, The Highwaymen, and Judy Collins; in 1985, it received a Grammy award for best country song, as performed by Willie Nelson.
Steve Goodman is the debut album of singer/songwriter Steve Goodman, released in 1971. It included his most well-known composition "City of New Orleans", first covered by Arlo Guthrie. The album was reissued on CD in 1999 and included two bonus tracks, "Election Year Rag" and "Georgia Rag". The album was a critical success, although a commercial failure.
Election Year Rag. This song is by Steve Goodman and appears on the album Steve Goodman (1971). Come on babe, won't you take a chance,Your papa's gonna show you a brand new dance,You shuffle on down, now don't you be no dragAnd do that Election Year Rag. You take two steps to the left and two steps to the right,And then you stand in the middle and you hang on tight. And come on down now, don't you lag,And do that Election Year Rag.
Election Year Rag (7", Single). BDA 541. Steve Goodman. Election Year Rag (7", Mono, Promo, RE). Buddah Records.
Album · 1971 · 14 Songs. Election Year Rag. 2:01. 14. Georgia Rag. 2:00. 14 Songs, 50 Minutes. Released: 31 Dec 1971. 1999 Buddha Records. More By Steve Goodman. See All. Living to Love and Loving to Live.
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Steve Goodman's 1971 self-titled album marked the debut of a great new songwriter. City of New Orleans," which was (then) soon to be a hit for Arlo Guthrie, is the obvious standout, and "You Never Even Call Me by My Name," later a country hit by David Allan Coe in a revised version, is also impressive, but "I Don't Know Where I'm Goin', but I'm Goin' Nowhere in a Hurry Blues".
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- Published By – Buddah Music
- Published By – Turnpike Tom Music
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Buddah Records
- Manufactured By – Buddah Records, Inc.
- Distributed By – Buddah Records, Inc.
- Mastered At – Frankford/Wayne Mastering Labs
- Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman
- Mastered By – Al Brown
- Written-By – Steve Goodman
NotesNot For Sale
A - Mono
B - Stereo
This version has the artist and titles printed in a narrower font.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): BDA 541 A
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): BDAS 541 A
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): Fw/ó p BDA 541 A-2 Al Brown
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): Fw/ó p BDAS 541A-3 Al Brown
|37.004||Steve Goodman||Election Year Rag (7", Single)||Buddah Records||37.004||Germany||1976|
|BDA 326||Steve Goodman||Election Year Rag (7", Promo)||Buddah Records||BDA 326||US||1972|
|BDA 541||Steve Goodman||Election Year Rag (7", Promo, RE)||Buddah Records||BDA 541||US||1976|