Trains have been a part of popular culture since the first trains appeared in the early 1800s. The Hobos that often rode the rails have become thoroughly identified with trains and have become a strong part of popular culture. Trains and the hobos that ride them have, over the years, found their way into jazz, pop, rock, country, folk, bluegrass, and other musical culture.
This tag celebrates trains and hobos and their expression across musical genres.
|Rank||Play||Loved||Artist and track name||Buy|
|1||Roy Acuff — Freight Train Blues|
|2||The Highwaymen — Desperados Waiting For A Train|
|3||Taj Mahal — Railroad Bill|
|4||Sister Rosetta Tharpe — This Train|
|5||Tom Waits — Train Song|
|6||Pete Seeger — Hobo's Lullaby|
|7||Uncle Dave Macon — When The Train Comes Along|
|8||Asleep At The Wheel — My Baby Thinks She's A Train|
|9||Big Bill Broonzy — She Caught the Train|
|10||Furry Lewis — Kassie Jones|