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8 Commentsto Jim Kweskin - What Ever Happened To Those Good Old Days At Club 47

  1. Dolrajas says:
    Lyrics to Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue by Jim Kweskin from the What Ever Happened to Those Good Old Days at Club 47 album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  2. Malashura says:
    What Ever Happened To Those Old Good Days At Club 47 () What Ever Happened to Those Old Good Days at Club Mississippi Mud; Buddy Bolden Blues; Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home? Ain't She Sweet? Jim Kweskin & The Jug Band • Jim Kweskin .
  3. Mekazahn says:
    Folk/Country LP Jim Kweskin. Jim Kweskin. What Ever Happened To Those Good Old Days At Club 47 LP (Item ) Vanguard, Out Of Stock LP, Vinyl record album because in our experience, we find that no records ever qualify for such a high grade. Even sealed records tend to have one or two slight faults, enough to usually qualify them.
  4. Kajigami says:
    The band is so closely associated with the venue that Kweskin even recorded a live album there titled, fittingly, “What Ever Happened to Those Good Old Days at Club 47,” released in
  5. Kajitaur says:
    Jim Kweskin. Jim Kweskin (born July 18, , Stamford, Connecticut) is the founder of the Jim Kweskin Jug Band, with Fritz Richmond, Geoff Muldaur, Bob Siggins and Bruno Wolfe. They were active in Boston in the s. Maria Muldaur, formerly with the Even Dozen Jug Band, joined the band in Update this biography».
  6. Akishura says:
    Jim Kweskin (born July 18, , Stamford, Connecticut) is the founder of the Jim Kweskin Jug Band, with Fritz Richmond, Geoff Muldaur, Bob Siggins and Bruno Wolfe. They were active in Boston in the s. Maria Muldaur, formerly with the Even Dozen Jug Band, joined the band in Update this biography» Complete biography of Jim Kweskin».
  7. Mular says:
    Jul 08,  · Jim Kweskin – What Ever Happened to Those Good Old Days at Club Year: Label: Vanguard. Review by Richard Foss. Jim Kweskin may not have been a groundbreaking instrumentalist or a spectacularly gifted singer, but he certainly was an entertainer who knew how to get every bit out of his repertoire of American traditional music.
  8. Gocage says:
    Aug 05,  · Jim Kweskin And His Friends - What Ever Happened To Those Good Old Days - Live At Club 47 - What Ever Happened To Those Good Old Days. The Jim Kweskin Jug Band formed in and was together for five years. It was the first of the jug bands formed in the ’s folk revival and gained widespread popularity.

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