Kweskin, Jim

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Kweskin, Jim - What Ever Happened To Those Good Old Days What Ever Happened To Those Good Old Days
Pop New - LP VSD 79278 Vanguard
Sealed, Rare 1968 Stereo Original. Small Cut Corner. “Jim Kweskin May Not Have Been A Groundbreaking Instrumentalist Or A Spectacularly Gifted Singer, But He Certainly Was An Entertainer Who Knew How To Get Every Bit Out Of His Repertoire Of American Traditional Music. On This Live Album, The Complete Title Of Which Is What Ever Happened To Those Good Old Days At Club 47 In Cambridge Mass. With Jim Kweskin & His Friends, Kweskin Is Backed Only By His Faithful Sideman Fritz Richmond And By Maria Muldaur On One Track. His Autoharp May Be Slightly Out Of Tune And His Piano Playing A Bit Shaky, But Kweskin Grabs The Audience's Heart On The Very First Track And Keeps It Until The End Of The Album. The Sound Quality Has Its Off Moments Too, But That Doesn't Matter Either, Because As Long As Kweskin Is Bashing Away On That Old-Time Music, All's Right With The World. If There Was Any Doubt That Jim Kweskin Was A Great Showman Even With Minimal Accompaniment, This Album Would Dispel It.” Richard Foss, AMG.... more details
 
Kweskin, Jim - Lives Again Lives Again
Folk New - LP MR 52782 Mountain Railroad
Sealed 1977 Original.... more details
 
Kweskin, Jim - Garden Of Joy Garden Of Joy
Folk Used - LP RS 6266 Reprise
1967 Tri-Color Steamboat Label Stereo Original In Shrink Wrap. Pristine, Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Kweskin, JIm - Jump For Joy Jump For Joy
Folk New - LP VSD 79243 Vanguard
Sealed Stereo Original, Cut Corner.... more details
 
Kweskin, Jim - Relax Your Mind Relax Your Mind
Folk New - LP VSD 79188 Vaguard
Sealed 1966 Stereo (Label Variation Unknown). “Released In 1966, Relax Your Mind Finds Jim Kweskin Taking A Break From His Jug Band For A Mellow Solo Effort. He's Joined By Harp Player Mel Lyman And Washtub Bassist Fritz Richmond For What Amounts To A Stripped-Down Jug Band On A Dozen Tracks. Two Of The Tracks, "I Got Mine" And A Long Version Of "Buffalo Skinners," Were Recorded Live At Club 47 In Cambridge. Even Stripped Down, The Arrangements Of Traditional Songs Like "The Cuckoo" Are Quite Lively When Placed Side By Side With The One-Singer/One-Guitar Approach Preferred By Some Revivalists. Kweskin's Guitar And Richmond's Bass Keep Time And Fill In The Background While Lyman Adds Asides And Flourishes To Mississippi John Hurt's "My Creole Belle" And Grandpa Jones' "Eight More Miles To Louisville." Overall, Relax Your Mind Is A Subdued Recording, And Lacks The Irresponsible Hijinks Fans Had Come To Expect From The Jim Kweskin Jug Band. Compared To Other More Traditional Folk With Barebones Arrangements, However, Relax Your Mind Is A Lively Affair. The Album Also Shows That Good Folk Recordings Continued To Be Made After Dylan Supposedly Pulled The Plug On The Folk Revival In 1965.” Ronnie D. Lankford Jr. AMG.... more details
 
Kweskin, Jim - Garden Of Joy Garden Of Joy
Pop New - LP RS 6266 Reprise
Sealed 1967 Tri-Color Steamboat Label Stereo Original. Pristine Store Stock Copy.... more details
 
Kweskin, Jim - Relax Your Mind Relax Your Mind
Folk Used - LP VSD 79188 Vanguard
1966 Heavy Vinyl Orange Label Stereo Original. Appears Unplayed. Light Upper Left Corner Bump.... more details
 

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