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A group for the discussion of songsters and string bands from the 20's and 30's, and pickers who enjoy playing this music.

50 Members, Created 1/30/2011 -

Administrators: Paula_DHJ (owner)


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I Feel Just Like A Potato

I enjoyed Marc's recent post very much. It inspired me to add my friend Jess's tune to the posts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cx3XvWVHI9s
From Newl Post 8 years ago
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Kudos to Marc

Marc, if it weren't for you, this group would be moribund.....Keep up the good work!
From elmangle 8 years ago
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Has Anyone Heard of these Guys?

The Slocan Ramblers are coming to Kingston (Friday, 24 Jan). A banjo player at the Thursday jam said he'd heard them, and they're a lot like the New Lost City Ramblers. I hope there's... Read More
From Paul R 8 years ago
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George Wade & His Cornhuskers

  George Wade & His Cornhuskers     I’ve been doing a lot of research lately on the history of local musicians from the 20’s and 30’s. ... Read More
From Paula_DHJ 10 years ago
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The Allen Brothers

  Sorry, I've been such a slacker about posting anything lately.  Here's some weekend reading that I hope you'll find interesting.   The Allen... Read More
From Paula_DHJ 11 years ago
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Desolation Row - clawhammer style banjo - live performance
Linked by Marc Nerenberg 5 years ago

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All You Fascists Bound To Lose - clawhammer style banjo
Linked by Marc Nerenberg 5 years ago: This Woody Guthrie song is around 75 years old. Suddenly, it is the object of somewhat of a revival here in August 2017.

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Needed Time (Daniel in the Lion's Den)
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On The Street Again
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See See Rider
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Hobo's Lullaby
Linked by Marc Nerenberg 5 years ago: Hobo's Lullaby is a song by "The Texas Drifter" (Goebel Reeves) who was a one-time hobo, turned country singer who specialized in songs about hobos. This song is probably from the early 1930s.

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"The Two Sisters" on a Jason Romero Banjo
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Simple Twist of Fate - Marc Nerenberg, with Bashu Naimi-Roy & Gareth Dicker
Linked by Marc Nerenberg 5 years ago

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I Beg Your Pardon - First Demo
Linked by Marc Nerenberg 5 years ago: adapted from a poem by Kevin Bradley

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Delia's Dilemma
Linked by Marc Nerenberg 5 years ago: Not quite a murder ballad, I would characterize this song as an "attempted murder" ballad.

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