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All My Life - The Old Joe Clarks - Town Of Ten (CD, Album)

8 Replies to “ All My Life - The Old Joe Clarks - Town Of Ten (CD, Album) ”

  1. Yosho says:
    Description: The great American folk songs and rhymes on this new CD has enthralled young people for generations. This recording embodies the true spirit of these songs, delightfully sung by Jill Trinka and accompanied by a wide variety of acoustic instruments, including guitar, dulcimer, autoharp, piano, percussion, string bass, and violin.
  2. Gora says:
    An' drinks my booze all up. Chorus: Old Joe Clark came to my house Scared my little pup Broke up all my chairs and stuff And drunk my liquor up Chorus: Old Joe Clark he had a mule His name was Morgan Brown And every tooth in that mule's head Was sixteen inches round Chorus: Old Joe Clark was married His wife was ten feet tall And when her head.
  3. Kirg says:
    A traditional US old time frailing banjo tune and song. Recorded in
  4. Tojagrel says:
    Old Joe Clark is a US folk song, a mountain ballad that was popular among soldiers from eastern Kentucky during World War I and afterwards. Its lyrics refer to a real person named Joseph Clark, a Kentucky mountaineer who was born in and murdered in The "playful and sometimes outlandish verses" have led to the conjecture that it first spread as a children's song and via play parties.
  5. Fenrigal says:
    The great American folk songs and rhymes on this new CD has enthralled young people for generations. This recording embodies the true spirit of these songs, delightfully sung by Jill Trinka and accompanied by a wide variety of acoustic instruments, including guitar, .
  6. Daizilkree says:
    Town of Ten: Checkered Past Records Metal Shed Blues: Checkered Past Records Find Old Joe Clarks discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums All. Year Album Label AllMusic Rating.
  7. Nishakar says:
    Fare thee well old joe clark Fare thee well I say Fare the well old joe clark I’m a goin’ away. I will not marry an old maid I’ll tell you the reason why Her neck is so long and stringy I’m afraid she’ll never die. I asked my girl to marry me And what do you think she said Time enough to marry you When all .
  8. Galabar says:
    The Old Joe Clarks' solid debut, Town of Ten, was all delicate acoustic picking and melancholy motifs. The follow-up Metal Shed Blues remains faithful to those country-blues beginnings, but it also marks a significant step forward for the group. Singer/songwriter Mike Coykendall's craggy voice sounds something like Bob Dylan's might after 5/5(2).

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