The Gutbucket Jug Band | Singing Syrup Sinfonia

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Singing Syrup Sinfonia

by The Gutbucket Jug Band

Jug Band Music in both the old style and with a contemporary touch
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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1. C\'est La Vie
4:08 album only
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2. Ready for the River
3:06 album only
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3. Hair Parted in the Middle
3:01 album only
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4. Mary
3:41 album only
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5. Take It Slow and Easy
3:42 album only
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6. The Shadow of Your Smile
5:24 album only
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7. Mabel\'s Dream
4:21 album only
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8. Wild About My Loving
6:00 album only
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9. Until the Real Thing Comes Along
4:36 album only
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10. Three Little Words
3:49 album only
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11. Who Will the Next Fool Be?
5:43 album only
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12. Home
5:36 album only
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13. Sitting on Top of the World
4:35 album only
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14. At a Georgia Camp Meeting
4:10 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Gutbucket Jug Band is comprised of Brent Davey (banjo), Ron Davis (guitar), Tony Dunn (jug), Ken Farmer (washboard and percussion), Tim Shaw (clarinet, sax & recorder) and Colin Stevens (mandolin & harmonica).

The band was joined in the recording of “Sitting on Top of the World” by past band members Rick Amor (guitar),Teana Amor (washboard/vocal), Mick Fleming (banjo/vocal) and Marni Sheehan (mandolin/vocal). John Roberts (cornet/vocal) also makes an appearance in this song.

Other guests are Stephen Grant (accordion & piano) and The Gutbucket Brass Band comprised of John Roberts (cornet, trombone, tenor horn & vocal) and Bryant Ham (sousaphone).

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