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Johnny Booker - The Dust Busters With John Cohen (2) - Old Man Below (CD, Album)

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  1. Jan 27,  · SirCoughsalot uploaded a great banjo piece called Johnny Booker and it brought to mind this old song. Two Neil Youngs Sing "Old Man" - Duration: The Dust Busters - .
  2. That man is year-old Topeka, Kansas, resident John T. Booker who also likes to go by Muhammad Abdullah Hassan. Back in April , Booker was first accused of having desires to carry out a.
  3. Old Johnny Booker was a gay old bugger and a gay old bugger was he. As for origins, I'd guess something like the Ramblers Association. They were very active just before WWII, 20s 30s, and produced their own songbooks. The 'God made man' verse of course is much older.
  4. Apr 02,  · The Dust Busters with John Cohen. By admin | April 2, The Dust Busters (now The Downhill Strugglers) live in The Roadhouse on KEXP. Recorded March 16, With John Cohen of New Lost City Ramblers. Host: Greg Vandy.
  5. "Flight" is TAÏ PHONG's 3rd album from and was aply titled as it was the last album recorded by this original band. Although I suppose you would say that this album is definitely more accessible than their first two brilliant albums, "Last Flight" also shines in its own light/5.
  6. Dust Busters mentor and Ramblers elder John Cohen joins Eli Smith, Walker Shepard, and Craig Judelman in this solidly grounded, future-looking album of classic melodies that makes the legacy of yesterday the sound of today. 60 minutes, page booklet .
  7. Compact disc. Guide includes thoughts about the music by Eli Smith, notes on the songs and program credits. Credits: Produced by Eli Smith and the Dust Busters. Performer(s): Dust Busters (Eli Smith, Walker Shepard, Craig Judelman) ; John Cohen ; additional accompanying musicians. Description.
  8. "JOHNNY BOOKER. AKA and see "Knock John Booker," "Mister Booger," "Old Johnny Booker," "Old Johnny Bucker Wouldn't Do." This widely disseminated song/tune is known as a banjo piece and stems from the minstrel era where it was called "Old Johnny Bigger," among other titles.

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