Greetings From Wawa is Old Crow Medicine Show’s first album. It was originally released in January 2000 and has been out of print for seven years. Includes the fan favorites “Gospel Plow”, “Cumberland Gap” and “Reuben’s Train”. 


Greetings From Wawa is Old Crow Medicine Show’s first album. It was originally released in January 2000 and has been out of print for seven years. Includes the fan favorites “Gospel Plow”, “Cumberland Gap” and “Reuben’s Train”. 


789577619425
Greetings from Wawa

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Rel. Date: 01/19/2010
UPC: 789577619425

Greetings from Wawa
Artist: Old Crow Medicine Show
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New: Not on Hand, Let us get it for you
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DISC: 1

1. GREETINGS FROM WAWA/ REUBEN’S TRAIN 

2. KITTY CLYDE
3. GOSPEL PLOW
4. BEECH CREEK DIRGE
5. 
WE FOLLOWED GIRLS 

6. ELKHORN RIDGE 

7. DAISY ON THE PORCH

8. HARLEY IN THE BALLROOM (LET’S GO TO NUNAVUT)

9. A LITTLE NUMBER 

10. OLD RED
11. TELL HER TO COME BACK HOME 

12. WHEN DEY WUD NO CRAWFISH 

13. WOW THAT IS DIVERSE 

14. BLACKEYED SUSIE
15. WAITING FOR AL 

16. GREASY COAT

17. GRANNY DOES YOUR DOG BITE 

18. POUR IT ON, DOCK 

19. WORRIED MARY
20. GOODBYE SWEET DAISY
21. 
OH MY LITTLE DARLING
22. 
SIX RAINBOWS OVER WAWA

23. CUMBERLAND GAP

More Info:

Greetings From Wawa is Old Crow Medicine Show’s first album. It was originally released in January 2000 and has been out of print for seven years. Includes the fan favorites “Gospel Plow”, “Cumberland Gap” and “Reuben’s Train”. 



Reviews:

Greetings From Wawa, Old Crow’s first full-length album, was recorded over the course of a few weeks in September 1999, in a small farmhouse on Flatsprings Road just outside Elk Park, North Carolina.  It captures the primitive sound of a young old-time string band in its brilliant infancy.  With nearly 60 minutes of music, Wawa captures rasping fiddle lines, shocks of guitar and banjo, and clear, gripping vocals — in addition to yipping beagles, howling locomotives, and the crack of drill sergeant snares — all encompassed in a collection of traditional rural, American songs — the kind of tunes that blow into town, get drunk and leave in a hurry.
 

 
It all started a decade ago with a record called Greetings From Wawa, and a new band in town called Old Crow Medicine Show.