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  1. Nov 17,  · Label ℗ Made in U.S.A. Gatefold sleeve, slightly textured. Lyric sheet insert. Track A1 titled on label as: How Can You Keep On Moving On the first edition this song was wrongly stated to be a traditional, which was corrected on later editions.4/5().
  2. The full title of track A1 as printed on the label is: How Can You Keep Moving (Unless You Migrate Too) On first editions (Into The Purple Valley, and Into The Purple Valley), A1 was credited as traditional.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Into The Purple Valley on Discogs. Label: Reprise Records - REP 44 ,Reprise Records - MS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue Gatefold • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Country Rock.
  4. Apr 30,  · Into the Purple Valley, an Album by Ry Cooder. Released in February on Reprise (catalog no. MS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Americana, Country Rock, Folk Rock. Featured peformers: Lenny Waronker (producer), Jim Dickinson (producer, aka_text voice role_id aka_text), Lee Herschberg (recording engineer, mixing engineer), Rudy Hill (recording engineer), Ed Thrasher (cover /5(21).
  5. Produced by Lenny Waronker and Jim Dickinson, “Into The Purple Valley” takes its theme from the epic journey of Dust Bowl farmers west to California. Evoking an almost forgotten period of American history with such songs as “How Can You Keep Moving (Unless You Migrate Too),” “Taxes On The Farmer Feed Us All,” and “Vigilante Man,” the LP established Cooder’s credentials as both a respected musicologist .
  6. Ry Cooder sure can play the fuckin' bucket! As well as dress too! As attested to by the neat two-button pin-striper he's sporting on the inside cover, worn over a ritzy Aloha barf shirt (vintage ) that's open at the neck and which is set off by a pair of properly scuffed Miami Floaters (which brings to mind all the superstitions and taboos about wearing dead men's shoes).
  7. Into the Purple Valley is the second studio album by roots rock musician Ry Cooder, released in (see in music). The album's front cover is listed number 12 on Rolling Stone' s Greatest Album .
  8. The album opened with the song "How Can You Keep on Moving (Unless You Migrate Too)" by Agnes "Sis" Cunningham about the Okies who were not welcomed when they migrated west to escape the Dust Bowl in the s – to which Cooder gave a rousing-yet-satirical march accompaniment.

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