Last Chance Jug Band | Shake That Thing!

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Shake That Thing!

by Last Chance Jug Band

World renowned ethnomusicologist David Evans and his authentic crew of roots musicians have entertained audiences for years as the Last Chance Jug Band. Equipped with washboard, jug, kazoo, harmonica, one-string bass, guitar, piano and percussion.
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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1. Shake That Thing!
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2:35 album only
2. Last Chance Blues
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3:14 album only
3. Kansas City Blues
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4:41 album only
4. Write Me A Few Lines
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3:58 album only
5. Who Pumped The Wind In My Doughnut?
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2:40 album only
6. King and Queen Blues
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4:26 album only
7. Let Me Squeeze Your Lemon
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4:46 album only
8. Beale Street Dandy
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3:12 album only
9. Mississippi River Blues
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3:02 album only
10. Poor Boy Long Way From Home
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2:45 album only
11. Mister Crump
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5:02 album only
12. The Judge He Pleaded
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4:16 album only
13. Time Is Winding Up
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3:19 album only
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World renowned ethnomusicologist David Evans and his authentic crew of roots musicians have entertained audiences for years as the Last Chance Jug Band. Equipped with washboard, jug, kazoo, harmonica, one-string bass, guitar, piano and percussion, the group performs classic traditional songs like "Who Pumped the Wind in my Doughnut?" along with Evans' own tunes reminiscent of bygone days when street musicians of Beale Street thrived.


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nick fiore

blues aint tha same
thank you fer tha blues never been that good fer fer decades nick