The duo veer across the grooves with what may seem like gay abandon, but listen again and you'll find Weber's guitar playing is a complete joy Long John and quite distinctive Same Old Man , while Stampfel's violin cuts through and livens the choruses Flop Eared Mule with an electric charge. The boys' repertoire was culled from an enviable collection of original recordings. Like fellow troubadour Bob Dylan they admired the work of Henry Thomas, choosing his Fishing Blues for the 'Rounders treatment' and handing it over later to John Sebastian.
The pair then split, reformed and split again, but managing to record some of the most challenging and fun-stuffed music in between, including psychedelia, acid freeform and unholy folk mayhem. They still play the occasional gig to this day. For all other territories packaging is free and postage is charged on a weight basis. We use Royal Mail First Class for UK deliveries and standard Air Mail for all other territories, very large orders will usually be sent via parcelforce.
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Add links. The Holy Modal Rounders The Holy Modal Rounders 2 Indian War Whoop The Stanley Brothers. Henry Thomas. Blind Willie McTell. Michael Hurley , Weber. Uncle Dave Macon. Frank Hutchison. Mixing up the revered traditional song "Mole in the Ground" with the trippy "Crowley Waltz" was the whole idea! That quibble aside, however, this collection of outside material along the lines of the Stanley Brothers' "Clinch Mountain Backstep" and Blind Willie McTell's "Statesboro Blues" with traditional folk songs there's only one original, Steve Weber and Michael Hurley's fragmentary "Junko Partner" is nearly as successful as the duo's even weirder debut, showing that strangeness and mystery, along with raucous good humor, is at the heart of American folk music.
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