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Monte Ballou And His New Castle Jazz Band - They're Moving Willie's Grave To Dig A Sewer flac album

Monte Ballou And His New Castle Jazz Band - They're Moving Willie's Grave To Dig A Sewer flac album
  • Performer Monte Ballou
  • Title They're Moving Willie's Grave To Dig A Sewer
  • Date of release 1986
  • Country US
  • Other formats MMF AAC AHX WMA ASF WMA ADX
  • Genre Jazz
  • Size MP3 1953 mb
  • Size FLAC 1233 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 481

They're Moving Willie's Grave. Debbie Harry, Chris Stein. 5. At the Storybook Ball.

They're moving his remains to lay down nine-inch Drains To irrigate some rich bloke's residence. Now father in his life was not a quitter And I'm sure that he'll not be a quitter now. And in his winding sheet, he will haunt that privy Seat And only let them go when he'll allow. Write about your feelings and thoughts about They're Moving Father's Grave To Build A Sewer. Know what this song is about? Does it mean anything special hidden between the lines to you?

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The Castle Jazz Band started in 1944, part of a West Coast revival of traditional jazz that rebelled against modern jazz. It was named after the Castle, a roadhouse tavern south of Portland (although at the time the group worked there they were simply called "Monte Ballou and his Orchestra. The band was a cooperative venture that never paid its members. It was led by banjoist Monte Ballou. The first recordings took place March 28 and April 16, 1944, and their first issue was limited to 200 copies. Wartime and employment difficulties ensured the band would not.

Tracklist

They're Moving Willie's Grave
Little Girl
Stumblin'
Pretty Baby
The Bush Hog Bullies
The New Orleans Shuffle
Margie
Sorry

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GHB-155 Monte Ballou And His New Castle Jazz Band Monte Ballou And His New Castle Jazz Band - They're Moving Willie's Grave To Dig A Sewer ‎(LP) G.H.B. GHB-155 US 1986
BCD-155 Monte Ballou And His New Castle Jazz Band Monte Ballou And His New Castle Jazz Band - They're Moving Willie's Grave To Dig A Sewer ‎(CD, Album) G.H.B. BCD-155 US 2001