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From his "Travis On His Own" CD, Travis Edmonson sings The Web, In Sonora, I'm a Drifter, Ellen, One for the Money.

Travis Edmonson was an American singer-songwriter from San Francisco, California, who recorded material both solo and as one half of the folk duo Bud & Travis. Edmonson befriended the young David Crosby and treated the aspiring hipster to his first taste of marijuana. He also recorded this Crosby-penned song for his Travis On His Own album. This was the first song that David Crosby ever wrote. He told Mojo magazine (February 2014): "l've always been fascinated with wagon trains and the movement of people west. It wasn't a very good song

Track A4 is the first song written by David Crosby.

Travis Edmonson (born in Long Beach, California, USA on 23 September 1932 – 9 May 2009) was an American folk singer, who performed both as a soloist and in the group Bud & Travis. Edmonson did not graduate from the University of Arizona, but he "became locally famous for serenading college girls" and met first his wife while studying there. In the early 1950s, Edmonson served in the United States Army, before beginning his musical career in San Francisco.

Bud & Travis was an American folk music duo from San Francisco, California, consisting of Bud Dashiell and Travis Edmonson. Bud & Travis began recording together in 1958; Edmonson was related to Colin Edmonson, whom Dashiell had met while serving in the Korean War. Travis Edmonson had previously been a member of the Gateway Singers. They released multiple singles and albums and toured widely before splitting in 1965, becoming significant musicians on the folk revival circuit.

Travis on His Own (Reprise R9-6035, 1963); reissued in 1965 minus three cuts on Tradition TR-2074 as Travelin' with Travis. The Liar's Hour (Latigo 32286, 1975); with Bill Moore. Ten Thousand Goddam Cattle (Katydid 10076, 1977); with Katie Lee, Earl Edmonson, and David Holt. The Travis Edmonson Diamond Jubilee Anthology (2007); Spanish tracks from the Latin Album and others. Hootenanny At The Troubadour (Horizon WP-1616, 1963); "E La Bas".

Travis Edmonson - The Breeze and I Travelin' with Travis, 1967 02:59. Travis Edmonson - Cielito Lindo Live at UC Santa Barbara, 5/9/66, 1966 04:16. Travis Edmonson - E la Bas Live at UC Santa Barbara, 5/9/66, 1966 03:30. Travis Edmonson - Guadalajara Live at UC Santa Barbara, 5/9/66, 1966 01:49. Travis Edmonson - The Last Thing On My Mind The Tucson Tapes (first set), 2001 04:30. Travis Edmonson - We Live To Love Travis On Cue - Recorded Live At The Troubadour, 2009 03:36.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Cuanta La Mera (Guantanamera)
Arranged By, Adapted By – Travis Edmonson
2:40
A2 I'm A Drifter 2:45
A3 New Ashville Junction
Arranged By, Adapted By – Travis Edmonson
2:00
A4 'Cross The Plains
Written-By – Crosby*
2:53
A5 Judgement Day 2:18
A6 The Things I've Saved 1:54
B1 The Web 2:30
B2 Ellen 2:55
B3 Cape Anne
Arranged By, Adapted By – Travis Edmonson
1:21
B4 In Sonora
Arranged By, Adapted By – Travis Edmonson
2:27
B5 The Time Of Man 2:51
B6 One For The Money 2:45

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Reprise Records

Credits

  • Art Direction – Merle Shore
  • Cover – Barry Feinstein
  • Guitar, Vocals – Travis Edmonson
  • Liner Notes – Nat Hentoff
  • Written-By – Travis Edmonson (tracks: A2, A5 to B2, B5, B6)

Notes

Track A4 is the first song written by David Crosby [Mojo magazine, February 2014].

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label matrix no.): 10,121
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label matrix no.): 10,122
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Side A runout): R-6035-A-2 10,121
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Side B runout): R-6035-B-2 10,122
  • Rights Society (A1 to B3, B5, B6): BMI
  • Rights Society (B4): ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
R9-6035 Travis Edmonson Travis On His Own ‎(LP, Album) Reprise Records R9-6035 US 1962
R-6035 Travis Edmonson Travis On His Own ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Reprise Records R-6035 US 1962

Travis Edmonson - Travis On His Own FLAC album

Performer: Travis Edmonson

Title: Travis On His Own

Country: US

Date of release: 1962

Style: Folk

Genre: Folk, Country

Size MP3: 1580 mb

Size FLAC: 1871 mb

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