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Muleskinner Blues - The Brothers Four - Ever Green (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. The Brothers Four (First Album) B.M.O.C. (Best Music On/Off Campus) Ever Green Greatest Hits Song Book Big Folk Hits Folk Standard Album Four Strong Winds Today And Yesterday Souvenir For Youth In Person Cross Country Concert More Big Folk Hits.
  2. Their first album, Brothers Four, released toward the end of the year, made the top Other highlights of their early career included singing their fourth single, " The Green Leaves of Summer ", from the John Wayne movie The Alamo, at the Academy Awards, and having their third album, BMOC/Best Music On/Off Campus, go top
  3. Album: Mule Skinner Blues Get It was Monroe's first recording as a solo artist apart from his group The Monroe Brothers. His energetic cry "Good Moooooorning, Captain!" opens the yodeling tune about a proud mule skinner trying to land a job. A mule skinner is another name for a mule driver, who leads one or more of the animals to deliver.
  4. ha ha ha ha ha ha Do you need another mule skinner down on your new mud run? ha ha haha ha ha ha ha hey hey hey heeeeeeeeeeee he hee hee he he hee heee heeeee he hee he he hee heee hee he he heee hee heeeee Well im an old mule skinner [yeah you are] well im from old kentuky and i can make any mule listen or i wont except your pay he heee hey heyy hey hey hey heee hey hey hey .
  5. Mule Skinner Blues Lyrics: Good morning captain good morning son / Do you need another mule skinner / Out on your new road line / Well I like to work I'm rolling all the time / Lord I like to work.
  6. Muleskinner Blues This song is by Stompin' Tom Connors and appears on the live album Live at the Horseshoe ().
  7. About “Blue Yodel No. 8 (Mule Skinner Blues)” Rodgers wrote this in , and subsequent covers number almost a dozen dozens. The first two verses are close to genius in their presentation of.
  8. Feb 24,  · Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin () Led Zeppelin’s eponymous debut featured a mix of original material and covers of blues songs, including a re-recording of the track “Dazed and Confused,” originally written and recorded by Jake Holmes, which was also covered by Jimmy Page’s old band the Yardbirds. Oddly enough, the iconic record was met with mixed reviews — Rolling Stone called.

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