The Journeymen - 500 miles [Original Version] (1961)




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Published on Jul 7, 2009

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The Journeymen are John Phillips, Scott McKenzie and Dick Weissman. Their version of "500 Miles" went nowhere. It was first popularized in France by Richard Anthony "J'entends siffler le train". It has been covered many times, Peter, Paul & Mary...
The song has been composed by Hedy West. It's available in YT. It seems she recorded her song later than the Journeymen unless it was released on an obscure single.
"Accompanying Herself on the 5-String Banjo" the Hedy West including "500 miles" has been released in 1963 on Vanguard VRS-9124. Though the Original version recorded must be back to the Journeymen.

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  • Artist

    • The Journeymen
  • Album

    • Capitol Collectors Series
  • Writers

    • Hedy West
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