Lil Rev | Sing Song Daddy

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Sing Song Daddy

by Lil Rev

A no-holds barred celebration of american roots and branches, that leans heavily on the happiest instrument of them all...the Ukulele.
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. Flip
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2. No Culture No Class
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3. I'll Be Around Long After I'm Gone
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4. The Night Dan Emmett Wrote Dixie
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5. The White Man's Burden
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6. My Bluebird's Blues
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7. The Old Sheboygan Soft Shoe
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8. The Milwaukee Waltz
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9. Be Careful What You Write
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10. Gone to the Ages
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11. Jasper Johns
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12. Working Class Uke
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13. Giving the Dog a Bone
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14. John Lee's Dream
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15. Woohoo for Your Hoo-Hoo
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Album Notes
Deep down in the wellspring of early musical wonder is where Lil Rev's heart resides.

Sing Song Daddy is chalk full of deeply rooted relics penned by Lil Rev himself and accompanied by an all-star cast
of Wisconsin musical mavens on ukulele, dobro, upright bass, harmonica, guitar, percussion and harmony vocals.

This is not a record for the faint of heart, but rather for the those who like the road less traveled, filled with rambling cowboys, truckers, hobo's, troubadours, poets, working class hero's, the broken-hearted and a timely tip of his hat to all things ukulele.


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