ROBERT CRUMB - ROBERT CRUMB AN HIS CHEAP SUIT SERENATORS album flac
- Album: ROBERT CRUMB AN HIS CHEAP SUIT SERENATORS
- FLAC: 1126 mb | MP3: 1752 mb
- Released: 1966
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 406
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The most familiar is probably R. Crumb and his Cheap Suit Serenaders' Party Record (1980), with the double-entendre "My Girl's Pussy" on the "A" side and "Christopher Columbus" on the "B" side. Robert Crumb was the band's frontman and album cover artist.
Crumb and his Cheap Suit Serenaders are an American retro string band playing songs from, and in the style of, the 1920s: old-time music, ragtime, "evergreen" jazz standards, western swing, country blues, hokum, vaudeville and medicine show tunes
Laughing Rag. Robert Crumb. feat: R. Crumb & His Cheap Suit Serenaders. 2. True Blue Lou. 3. Little Rascals Medley. 4. Willie the Chimney Sweeper. Crumb & His Cheap Suit Serenaders
Vocals, Banjo – Robert Crumb. Cardboard replica mini sleeve Album is also known as "Chasin' Rainbows".
Lots of fun and well worth checking out. ~
Robert Crumb and his cheap suit serenaders create a superb album here. If you like that "old style" jazz/blues/swing this is for you. The sound is fantastic and great separation on the stereo. I'm a massive fan of Robert Crumb's and I guess that's essentially why I bought this album by his Cheap Suit Serenaders. Saying that, I was rather more impressed with it than I thought I might be. This is Crumb and friends playing what he might call "real music" - American ragtime (though not the piano type) and blues, all very much in the folk tradition. Much of the album is cover versions of "standards" like the title track "Chasin' Rainbows" with the one or two originals ("Fine Artiste Blues" springs to mind).
The Record Cover Collection", de Robert Crumb, éd. Cornelius Eds, novembre 2011. Robert Crumb and His Cheap-Suit Serenaders. Robert Crumb and His Cheap-Suit Serenaders, "Number Two", Blue Goose, pochette de 33 tours, 1976. The Record Cover Collection", de Robert Crumb, éd.
Crumb, Bob Armstrong, Bob Brozman, Al Dodge, Terry Zwigoff and Tony Marcus.