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9 thoughts on “ Garden Of Joy Blues

  • Meztirisar
    27.11.2019 at 12:00
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    At the Garden of Joy You know that he's a man, Who should not land, He has nothing but money to spend. He can't be beat, he's no cheat, he's just the man that you want to meet, Oh, oh, oh, let's go down and have one more time, I pray. Oh, oh, oh, I feel like a blowin' breeze. Well, let's go down and have a time, 'Cause all I want is one more wine, Oh, Oh, oh. Reply
  • Arashizuru
    04.12.2019 at 01:26
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    The example on this album that comes to mind is the little known but, currently, very relevant song "Bank Failure Blues". Also the classic jug tune "Garden Of Joy" and another one "Sweet Lovin' Ol' Soul" (also done blues-style on a previous album of the same name). This is good stuff but begs the question. Jim Kweskin is still performing. Reply
  • Bakazahn
    28.11.2019 at 08:27
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    The Ghost Of St Louis Blues: 5: Let It Simmer: 6: Sweet Lovin' Ol' Soul: 7: Medley: Life's Too Short / When Elephants Roost In Bamboo Trees: 8: Garden Of Joy: 9: He Calls That Religion: I Ain't Gonna Marry: Bank Failure Blues: The Panic Is On. Reply
  • Nekazahn
    05.12.2019 at 06:07
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    Garden of Joy Blues, a song by Phoebe Snow on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, Music Duration: 4 min. Reply
  • Samujora
    03.12.2019 at 13:51
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    The third of four CDs from the Austrian RST label has the final ten selections from the Dixieland Jug Blowers along with 14 by Clifford Hayes's Louisville Stompers. Although the former no longer had the powerful jug playing of Earl McDonald, the mysterious H. Clifford was a good substitute and the three-horn septet (which features two guest vocalists) certainly had plenty of spirit. Reply
  • Megis
    04.12.2019 at 15:05
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  • Durg
    03.12.2019 at 23:38
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    May 02,  · Garden of Joy Blues · Dixieland Jug Blowers Louisville Stomp ℗ Frog Records Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube. Reply
  • Kinos
    28.11.2019 at 07:44
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    "Garden of Joy," a classic Muldaur cut with Jim Kweskin, was the title tune of one of his early solo albums. It features a terrific fiddle solo by Suzy Thompson, and Muldaur's vocals still hit all the high notes, although her low end is now richer and more soulful than in her youth. "I Ain't Gonna Marry," another ragtime slow blues from Kweskin Price: $ Reply
  • Gonos
    28.11.2019 at 00:32
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    The Garden of Joy exists as a collaborative effort of spreading the highest quality swing music whilst maintaining authenticity. It can function as anything from a duo (Colescott and Hunter) to a 10 piece music revue; it can serve as a backing band for featured artists or stands on its own. Reply

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