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DISC: 1

1. Ain't You Glad
2. Pick a Bale of Cotton
3. Don't You Rock Me Daddy-O
4. 10,000 Years Ago
5. Hey Liley, Liley Lo
6. Jim Dandy
7. The Cumberland Gap
8. Maggie May
9. It Takes a Worried Man to Sing a Worried Song
10. Streamline Train
11. Railroad Steamboat
12. Homing Bird
13. Pay Me My Money Down
14. Last Train to San Fernando
15. Puttin' on the Style
16. Glory Land
17. John B. Sails
18. Wanderin'
19. I Saw the Light
20. Precious Memories
21. Darlin'
22. I Know the Lord Laid His Hands on Me
23. This Land Is Your Land
24. If I Had a Hammer
25. Easy Rider
26. Skiffle Party Medley Part 1 (She'll Be Coming Round the Mountain / on Top of Old Smokie / Rock Island Line)
27. Skiffle Party Medley Part 2 (Wabash Cannonball / Gimme Crack Corn / Skip to My Lou)
28. No Other Baby
29. Why Baby Why?
30. Make Ready for Love
31. Nothing Will Ever Change (My Love for You)
32. Summertime Blues
33. Liverpool Blues

More Info:

Formed In The Spring Of 1956 And In Terms Of Commercial Success, Were The Second Skifflers Out Of The Blocks After The Mighty Lonnie Donegan. Indeed, It's Probably Fair To Say That Apart From Lonnie, They Left Skiffle's Strongest Recorded Legacy. This Compilation Comprises Everything That They Released Under Their Own Name On EMI's Parlophone Label, Between 1956-58. These Include Their Four UK Hits, 'Don't You Rock Me Daddy-O', 'Cumberland Gap', 'Maggie May' And 'Streamline Train', As Well As Popular Near-Misses Like 'Ain't You Glad', 'Hey Liley, Liley Lo', 'No Other Baby', Etc. , And Their "Coffee Bar Session" LP. They Also Recorded Under Various Other Aliases; Hopefully, Their Extra-Curricular Recordings Might Be The Subject Of A Future Jasmine Compilation. Like Many Skiffle Groups Their Personnel Fluctuated, But Their One Constant Factor Was Their Founder, Wally Whyton, Later A Popular BBC TV And Radio Presenter.