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The Memphis Jug Band was an American musical group in the 1920s and 1930s. The band featured harmonicas, violins, mandolins, banjos, and guitars, backed by washboards, kazoo, and jugs blown to supply the bass; they played in a variety of musical styles.

Between 1927 and 1934 various African-American musicians in the Memphis, Tenn., area grouped around singer, song writer, guitarist, and harmonica player Will Shade (also known as Son Brimmer). The personnel of this jug band varied from day to… read more

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  • These cats were possibly ahead of their time. Listen to the sync of some of their arrangements blended together. Who else was better? No one I say.
  • Un temazo para siempre.
  • the best
  • I traveled back in time and I love it.
  • Killer. Bob Dylan, one of the most untidy rip -off artists ever, Love him, grabbed this for "Dirt Road Blues".
  • makes me want to pull on my working clothes, get my spade and work in the field
  • Bought one of their albums in a Memphis shop based on the name alone. Did not regret it.
  • cool shit....
  • This is crunk if I've ever heard it. Amped, I mean. God damn.

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