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Muleskinner Blues Cd Imported

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Muleskinner Blues Cd Imported

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Muleskinner Blues Cd Imported

The unlikely hit Muleskinner Blues sold over one million copies in April 1960. Soon afterwards, the guitar-toting duo the Fendermen were household names, even getting to perform on American Bandstand alongside Bobby Darin. BeatRocket's collection compiles a selection of 45s and album tracks reco...
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The unlikely hit Muleskinner Blues sold over one million copies<br /> in April 1960. Soon afterwards, the guitar-toting duo the Fendermen<br /> were household names, even getting to perform on American Bandstand<br /> alongside Bobby Darin. BeatRocket&#39;s collection compiles a selection<br /> of 45s and album tracks recorded between 1960 and 1964. Jimmie<br /> Rogers meets the Ventures on a three-day bender is perhaps the<br /> closest way to describe this preposterous American form of music<br /> that blended manic yodeling with rockabilly, hillbilly, and<br /> primitive guitar twang. The Beatles came along in 1964 and laid<br /> this kind of endearing nonsense to rest. BeatRocket, however, has<br /> raised it from the grave, and those with a crazy sense of humor and<br /> a love of the absurd will be pleased to see this released. ~ Jon<br /> Mojo Mills

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Artist

Fendermen

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Audio CD

Label

Dee Jay Germany

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City Hall Records

The unlikely hit Muleskinner Blues sold over one million copies
in April 1960. Soon afterwards, the guitar-toting duo the Fendermen
were household names, even getting to perform on American Bandstand
alongside Bobby Darin. BeatRocket's collection compiles a selection
of 45s and album tracks recorded between 1960 and 1964. Jimmie
Rogers meets the Ventures on a three-day bender is perhaps the
closest way to describe this preposterous American form of music
that blended manic yodeling with rockabilly, hillbilly, and
primitive guitar twang. The Beatles came along in 1964 and laid
this kind of endearing nonsense to rest. BeatRocket, however, has
raised it from the grave, and those with a crazy sense of humor and
a love of the absurd will be pleased to see this released. ~ Jon
Mojo Mills
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The unlikely hit Muleskinner Blues sold over one million copies
in April 1960. Soon afterwards, the guitar-toting duo the Fendermen
were household names, even getting to perform on American Bandstand
alongside Bobby Darin. BeatRocket's collection compiles a selection
of 45s and album tracks recorded between 1960 and 1964. Jimmie
Rogers meets the Ventures on a three-day bender is perhaps the
closest way to describe this preposterous American form of music
that blended manic yodeling with rockabilly, hillbilly, and
primitive guitar twang. The Beatles came along in 1964 and laid
this kind of endearing nonsense to rest. BeatRocket, however, has
raised it from the grave, and those with a crazy sense of humor and
a love of the absurd will be pleased to see this released. ~ Jon
Mojo Mills

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