|A1||Choo Choo Charlie|
|A2||Casey Jones (The Brave Engineer)|
|A3||She'll Be Comin' Round The Mountain|
|A4||The Wreck Of The Old 97|
|A5||Little Red Caboose|
|B1||Rock Island Line|
|B2||Choo-Choo! Choo-Choo! (When Are You Gonna Bring My Daddy Home?)|
|B3||Wabash Cannon Ball|
|B4||I've Been Workin' On The Railroad|
|B5||Down By The Station|
Recorded in RCA's Studio B, New York City
"Once upon a time there was an engineer... Choo Choo Charlie was his name we hear." So begins the story of a little boy who was born all grown up to the age of seven because he was created in a television commercial. Charlie is pretty much like any other normal little boy except that he is crazy about railroads - so much so that he thinks he is an engine. Instead of walking arond, he choo-choos. And he always holds a box of Good and Plenty candy in his hand which he shakes back and forth to make a choo-choo sound just like the old steam engines.
Charlie has a little girl friend. Very often, he will let her ride on his train. But even though he likes her as a friend, he never lets her have any of his Good and Plenty candy - 'cause that would ruin his engine!
Charlie is famous for one thing more: He loves to sing, especially about trains. His most famous song, of course, is Charlie Says, but he is happy to sing any song that tells about the fun and excitement of a big Iron Horse racing down long ribbons of rails. In this album Charlie and his family capture all the glory of the good old choo-choos with ten different musical stories.