Fishin Blues - Various - Good Time Music From Greenwich Village (CD)

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Label: BMG Music - BVCM-31089 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Bubblegum, Garage Rock


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Good Time Music From Greenwich Village on Discogs. Label: BMG - BVCM • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Bubblegum, Garage Rock.
  2. The Village in question here is Greenwich, and the concept is simple: gather an assortment of contemporary artists to pay tribute to the early folk singer/songwriter movement of the '60s, specifically as heard in the New York clubs, by covering songs associated with those heady times. Naturally Bob Dylan looms over everything, and fully six of the 13 tracks are Dylan classics of the era 7/
  3. Get a bunch of contemporary artists and have them cover songs written or performed by the musicians connected with NY's Greenwich Village during the folk music boom of the late 50's and early 60's, but it seems that what they really wanted to do was a Dylan cover album/5(15).
  4. Apr 17,  · Various: The Greenwich Village Folk Scene: Original Album Series and the carefree happiness of the good-time jug band songs. We were like sponges, soaking up the different styles, and we learned some of the songs and they became part of the folk clubs and blues clubs of the UK. Some took on the jug band good-time music, some delved into /5.
  5. Fishin' Blues: 7: Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind: 8: Wild About My Lovin' 9: summery good-time music with its roots in Greenwich Village's jugband folk scene of the early '60s. However, besides the massive hits of the title track and the slyly funny "Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind," a good chunk of this brief album consists.
  6. UK released Monday 23 February (March in the USA) - "The Greenwich Village FOLK SCENE" in the Original Album Series (by Various Artists) on Warner Music Group/Elektra (Barcode ) is a 5CD Mini Box Set with 5" Card Repro Sleeves and breaks down as follows: Disc 1 ( minutes): 1. Take Your Fingers Off Of It /5().
  7. Five of the thirteen songs on this disc are Dylan tracks, including: Rickie Lee Jones's “Subterranean Homesick Blues”, the Duhks' “It’s Alright Ma”, Lucinda Williams's “Positively 4th Street”.
  8. "Fishing Blues" is a blues song written in by Chris Smith, who is best known for "Ballin' the Jack". "Fishing Blues" was first recorded in by Henry Thomas "Ragtime Texas" on vocals and guitar with the introduction and breaks played on quills, a type of panpipe. Some later versions by other artists call it "Fishin' Blues".The song ostensibly describes the pleasures of catching.

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