|production credits unknown|
|Released on January 1971|
|US CHART POSITION #64 (charted Jan. 27, 1971 for 8 weeks)|
|Find it at GEMM|
|7-21988 wo. picture sleeve
[high resolution scan]
O ne of The Dead’s most enduring hits, “Truckin’” held the distinction of being the band’s highest-charting U.S. single until “Touch of Grey.” The flip side, “Ripple,” comes from the same album, American Beauty. Great album, of course; if you don’t own it, buy it. Years later, Warner Bros. re-released “Truckin’” as part of their Back To Back Hits series, alongside a live version of “Sugar Magnolia” that served as the single from Europe’72. Sugar Magnolia first appeared on American Beauty. See a pattern developing here?
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|US||January 1971||Warner Bros.||7"||7464|
|US||Warner Bros.||7"||7-21988||back-to-back hits reissue|
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