Top C.W. McCall Albums
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The Best of C.W. McCall
The Best of C.W. McCall
[1997]
C. W. McCall's Greatest Hits
C. W. McCall's Greatest Hits
[1990]
Telluride Breakdown lyricsSuper Slab Showdown lyricsSloan lyricsSing Silent Night lyricsSilver Iodide Blues lyricsRoy lyricsRound The World With The Rubber Duck lyricsRoses For Mama lyricsRocky Mountain September lyricsRiverside Slide lyricsRatchetjaw lyricsPine Tar Wars lyricsOutlaws And Lone Star Beer lyricsOregon Trail lyricsOld Home Filler-up & Keep On A-truckin' Cafe lyricsTake My Duds To The Junkman lyricsThe Battle Of New Orleans lyricsWrite Me A Song lyricsWolf Creek Pass lyricsWindshield Wipers In The Rain lyricsWilderness lyricsWheels Of Fortune lyricsWatch The Wildwood Flowers lyricsTwo-way Lovin' lyricsThere Won't Be No Country Music lyricsThe Silverton lyricsThe Only Light lyricsThe Little Things In Life lyricsThe Little Brown Sparrow And Me lyricsThe Gallopin' Goose lyricsThe Cowboy lyricsOld Glory lyricsOld 30 lyricsGlenwood Canyon lyricsGhost Town lyricsFour Wheel Drive lyricsFour Wheel Cowboy lyricsFlowers On The Wall lyricsCrispy Critters lyricsConvoy lyricsComin' Back For More lyricsColumbine lyricsClassified lyricsCity Of New Orleans lyricsCamp Bird Mine lyricsBlack Bear Road lyricsAurora Borealis lyricsGreen River lyricsHobo's Lullaby lyricsNishnabotna lyricsNiobrara lyricsNight Rider lyricsNight Hawk lyricsMountains On My Mind lyricsMilton lyricsLong Lonesome Road lyricsLivin' Within My Means lyricsLewis And Clark lyricsKidnap America lyricsJackson Hole lyricsI've Trucked All Over This Land lyricsI Wish There Was More That I Could Give lyricsI Don't Know lyricsAudubon lyrics
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Related Information for C.W. McCallC.W. McCall is the pseudonym of William Dale Fries (born November 15, 1928 in Audubon, Iowa, USA).McCall is best known for the 1975 #1 hit song “Convoy”, which came at the peak of the citizens band radio fad in the United States. Far from a one-hit wonder, McCall continued to chart with songs such as “Wolf Creek Pass”, which hit #40 on the U.S. read more