Down Bound Train - Ken Colyer - The Decca Skiffle Sessions 1954 - 57 (Vinyl, LP, Album)
Label: Lake Records - LA5007 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz •
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Various Artists, Lonnie Skiffle, Original London Blue Blowers, Clyde Valley Stompers, Johnny Duncan, Delta Skiffle Group, Lea Skiffle Group Valley, Ken Skiffle Group Colyer, Alan Lomax & The Ramblers, Chas Skiffle Group - Skiffle Sensation - lipatdiaphohavetofercomigwelltop.coinfo Music/5(8).
Feb 11, · In late , whilst recording the song "Freight Train" - written by folk blues singer Elizabeth Cotten - for Oriole Records, studio owner Bill Varley suggested they should add a female singer. As a result, folk singer Nancy Whiskey was invited to join the Chas McDevitt Skiffle Group, and they re-recorded the song with her lipatdiaphohavetofercomigwelltop.coinfos: 3.
Downbound Train by Ken Colyer Skiffle Group. and on the basis that the CDs relate to only British skiffle the album may truly be regarded as an `Essential Collection'. it emerged as a craze in the s and it is generally agreed that it was given form by Lonnie Donegan playing in Ken Colyer's jazz band and stepping in to entertain /5(27).
Ken Colyer remains one of the leading cult figures of British Traditional Jazz. He epitomises, and is the Godfather for, the purist New Orleans approach. This CD, part of Lake's mid-price 'year' series, introduces what has become known as the 'classic' Ken Colyer Jazzmen of the s. It comprises all the recordings made for the Decca and Tempo labels in by both the Jazzmen and the.
The skiffle band—a kind of ensemble that nearly disappeared after the s—uses homemade or inexpensive instruments, including washboards, harmonicas, jugs, washtub basses, kazoos, tin flutes, woodblocks, and slide whistles to play a variety of songs. The .
This music from Ken Colyer is much different from what one would expect. Rather than playing New Orleans-style cornet, Colyer is heard as a folk singer and guitarist, reviving older songs such as "Casey Jones," "Go Down, Old Hannah," "Stack-O-Lee Blues," and "This Train." Joined by various rhythm sections (including guitarist Alexis Korner), Colyer performs what would be called "skiffle," a 9/
The tracks are Midnight Special, When the Sun Goes Down, New Buryin' Ground and Worried Man lipatdiaphohavetofercomigwelltop.coinfo my opinion, the vocals from Dickie Bishop are not in the same class as Lonnie's. The whole enterprise pails in comparison with those numbers on New Orlean's Joys. At the end of , Decca were struggling with Ken Colyer Skiffle Group single, and decided to release Lonnie's Rock Island .
If I Every Cease To Love/The Entertainer DECCA F Dippermouth Blues/The Girls Go Crazy By The Way I Walk DECCA F Mule Skinner/Down Bound Train DECCA F The Grey Goose/I Can't Sleep DECCA F-J