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  • Performer: Shep's Banjo Boys
  • Album: Shep’s A Go-Go
  • FLAC: 1137 mb | MP3: 1596 mb
  • Released: 1969
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Shep's Banjo Boys - Shep’s A Go-Go album flac

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A1 Slip And Slide
Composed By – P. Reno*
1:52
A2 Paula
Composed By – P. Reno*
2:23
A3 Policeman’s Holiday
Composed By – M. Ewing*
3:29
A4 Plantation Medley
Arranged By – H. Shepherd*
4:33
B1 Dixieland Express
Composed By – P. Reno*
2:08
B2 Shep’s A Go-Go
Composed By – P. Reno*
2:10
B3 Ups-A-Daisy
Composed By – P. Reno*
2:07
B4 Old Folks At Home
Arranged By – H. Shepherd*
2:21

From the album-live at the golden garter,released on the domino label in 1970.

Shep's Banjo Boys - the band from "The Comedians" TV show in the 1970's. Back on stage on Wednesday 26th. November 2008 @ 8 . at Manchester's Forum Hall.

Although they first use him as a source to get alcohol, Mangalam enjoys their company and becomes a mentor of sorts for the boys. They even go as far as hiring a prostitute (Bhuvaneswari) (whose contact was obtained from Mangalam) to have sex with while Munna's parents are out of station, but all of them back down at the last moment.

Shep's Banjo Boys was a British musical act, which appeared each week on The Comedians, a British television show of the 1970s (later reprised in the mid-1980s and early 1990s). They were a 7-piece band comprising (for the first five series) Charlie Bentley (tenor banjo), Andy Holdorf (trombone), John Drury (sousaphone), John Orchard (piano), John Rollings (drums), Graham Shepherd (banjo) and Howard Shepherd (lead banjo).

Shep's Banjo Boys was a British musical act, which appeared each week on The Comedians, a British television show of the 1970s (later reprised in the mid-1980s and early 1990s) produced by Johnnie Hamp of Granada Television.

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When Shep’s Banjo Boys first formed the front line led by Howard included his father Will and brother Graham (who left the band in 1975 to go to Australia). Shep’s Banjo Boys were resident at the Golden Garter Manchester for over 3 years. They have made guest appearances on Pebble Mill, The Golden Shot and Wheel.

Oh Golly Hello There Toasterheads!". Purple Shep's intro greeting. Oh Golly! - Purple Shep's Catchphrase. Purple Shep is known as one of the ugliest creatures in the world, but is loved anyways by his many fans (but not as many as his gangster dad). He is the son of Pink Sheep and the Ender Dragon, who both thought that he was ugly, but he never seemed to care, and instead just went about his life trimming toasters

Shep's Banjo Boys was a British musical act, which appeared each week on The Comedians, a British television show of the 1970s (later reprised in the mid-1980s and early 1990s) produced by Johnnie Hamp of Granada Television. They were a 7-piece band comprising (for the first five series) Charlie Bentley (tenor banjo), Andy Holdorf (trombone), John Drury (sousaphone), John Orchard (piano), John Rollings (drums), Graham Shepherd (banjo) and Howard Shepherd (lead banjo)

All under the age of 16, brothers Jonny, Robbie and Tommy Mizzone are from New Jersey, a US state that's better known for the rock of Bruce Springsteen than the bluegrass of Earl Scruggs. Nonetheless, the siblings began performing bluegrass covers, as well as their own compositions, at a young age. Here, they play three dazzling songs in three different keys, passing the lead back and forth from fiddle to banjo to guitar.