List of songs about Tuscaloosa
This is a list of songs about Tuscaloosa:
- "Tuscaloosa Waltz" by Wade Ray, recorded by the Ray Brothers, released in 1930 by Victor Records (23552)
- "Tuscaloosa Bus" by Johnny Mercer with Wingy Manone and The Pied Pipers and Paul Weston and his Orchestra.(Capitol 15285) 1944
- "Flaggin' the Train to Tuscaloosa" with music by Raymond Scott and lyrics by Mack David, first performed on screen by John Forsythe in Alfred Hitchcock's "The Trouble With Harry" (1955), and recorded by Ray McKinley & his Orchestra on August 27, 1954 for release as a single (Decca 29770)
- "Tuscaloosa Lucy", recorded December 1958 or January 1959 in Hollywood, California by Whitey Pullen, single released on Sage Records (45-313) in November 1959
- "Tuscaloosa Women", written by Ronnie King, appears on The Stampeders 1973 album "Sweet City Woman" and again on 1992's "Against the Grain"
- "Old Quadrangle (Tuscaloosa)", side 2, track 1 on Harry Lipson's 1982 Pandemonium Records LP "Fridays & Saturdays" (PA 531)
- "My Tuscaloosa Heart", performed by Ken Jenkins (Dr Kelso) on screen in Season 1, Episode 18 of "Scrubs", aired March 12, 2002
- "Waiting 'Round to Die" (1968) by Townes Van Zandt mentions a girl from a Tuscaloosa bar.
- "April 29, 1992 (Miami)", released in 1992 by Sublime, mentions Tuscaloosa as one of several cities experiencing riots in the wake of the 1992 Los Angeles riots.
- "I'm Gonna Strangle You Shorty" by Joe Ely, Scotty Moore and Lee Rocker, released on Moore's 1997 album "All The King's Men", mentions making a stop at a bar in Tuscaloosa.
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