Midnight Train to Georgia: Gladys Knight and the Pips

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  1. Zoey & Me Says:

    A young man who played guitar and mowed my parents lawn sang this song really slow at our wedding, in the church. People loved it.

  2. buzz Says:

    3rd best train song ever, right after “The Wreck Of Ol’ 97” and “The City Of New Orleans”

    Trivia note: Originally was going to be called “Midnight Plane To Dallas” until wiser/more romantic heads prevailed

    On Richard Pryor’s short lived TV variety show in the late 70s/early 80s. They once had “…And The Pips” on as guest performers (i.e., the group w/o Gladys Knight). They did “Midnight Train To George” w/back-up only, no lyrics! No wonder the show was cancelled after 4 episodes.

    • katry Says:

      Midnight Train to Dallas just doesn’t resonate. I can’t think of a reason even to want to go to Dallas.

      I listened to this song again ignoring as much of Gladys as I could. The Pips must have been awful-probably looked good and had great moves but sounded awful.

      • buzz Says:

        It was as goofy as you would expect, one of those things that that’s hilarious for about 30 seconds then just peters out.

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