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The Sorry Muthas | Greatest Hits Vol 3

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Greatest Hits Vol 3

by The Sorry Muthas

This re-issue will satisfy all your yearnings for a simpler time when jug band music collided with spoons, traditional blues, new folk, and classic country for a rollicking, mind-bending adventure through American Music.
Genre: Folk: Jug Band
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1. Martha'sTune
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2. Talking Wolverine 14
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3. Hitch-Hiker
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4. Glad To See You Got Religion
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5. Hesitation Blues
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6. Freeze To Me, Mama
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7. Ain't Nothin' In Ramblin'
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8. Everything You Always wanted To Know About Sex
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9. Easy Rider
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10. Beaumont Clearwater
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11. Mobile Line
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12. Get Drunk
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Album Notes
The Sorry Muthas play more than 35instruments -- if you include kazoos, spoons, washtub bass, swinette and a hand horn--and they tool around the country in a painted-white school bus with bunk beds and Victorian chairs, they play Mutha music, and they can charm the pants off any audience... the Muthas,all six of them live in Minneapolis,and at the drop of a suggestion they'll break into a folky love song about Hershey bar floors or a low-down gospel screamer by Sister Rosetta Tharp, or they'll twang out a blues thumper or swing into a super funky country song. And they'll talk your ears off with a combination of irony, put-on reminiscence, bold humor or an occasionally serious rap...

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