The Wicked Good Band | Maine Cookin'

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Maine Cookin'

by The Wicked Good Band

Maine humor with a jug band meets George Jones meets Spike Jones published in Mad Magazine twist.
Genre: Folk: Jug Band
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1. Maine Cookin'
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2. Ballad of the Sensitive Guy
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3. Gray
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5:17 $0.99
4. Italian
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5. When it's Mud Season in Phillips (I'll be slid'n down the mountain to you)
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6. Pass-A-Dum-Keag
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7. Shoot-A-Moon
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8. Manifold Magic
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9. Hussey's Heart
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10. Oh My Achin' Back
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11. Clams
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12. Buried in Bingham
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13. Maine Cookin' (second helping)
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Album Notes
The Wicked Good Band came out of the woods long enough to pay tribute to the legendary Rufus Doofus with this recording, Maine Cookin'. With back-up assistance on some tracks by Doofus' own Duffers, the WGB was trying to replicate that "Jelly Donut" style made famous by Doofus in the 40s with mixed success. A follow-up recording, "You Are My Jelly Donut" was never released due to legal battles and gathers dust somewhere in the vast WickGooCo Industries warehouse in Bingham.


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