Peter Stampfel | You Must Remember This...

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You Must Remember This...

by Peter Stampfel

De-constructed pop songs from the 20\'s through the 60\'s.
Genre: Folk: Psych-folk
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1. Goldfinger
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2. Take Me Away
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3. Mighty Mississippi
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4. Running Wild
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5. Haunted Heart
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6. Cry of the Wild Goose
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7. Indian Summer
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8. It Isn't Fair
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9. Gotta Get Me Somebody to Love
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10. Elmer's Song
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11. My Darlin'
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12. Tit Willow
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13. New Matthew
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14. Believe Me, If All These Endearing Charms
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Peter Stampfel was born in Wauwautosa, WI, in 1938. He dropped out of the University of Wisconsin after attending for two years, and began supporting himself by playing music, living in New York, Florida, Chicago, and several cities in California. In 1963, Stampfel formed the folk-pop unit Holy Modal Rounders with his collaborator Steve Weber. Stampfel also played in the bands Bottle Caps (who released albums in 1986 and 1989) and the Fugs. In 1994, he and guitarist Gary Lucas began a duo, the Du-Tels, to play originals, and covers of Charlie Patton, the Stanley Brothers, and other such personal heroes. By 1999, Stampfel lived in lower Manhattan, active in the Du-Tels, working as a science fiction editor, and occasionally collaborating with Chicago\'s the Dysfunctionells.

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