For enthusiasts of early banjo
Work made in 1849. A song played in Perry 's black ship anchored here in Yokohama on March 27, 1854. The performance at this time was the American popular mu...
Well that was great! :D
Dito, Chris. I wish we could see/hear more postings from Samurai banjo!
Hey Samurai Banjo! Where are you man? We know you are in a different time zone but your fan club wants to hear from you! Anyway, job, and love your band too! Best Wishes, Tom
sounds a lot like Jimmy crack corn, which came first?
Jim Crack Corn, or, The Blue Tail Fly was published in 1846 three years before Ladies Won't You Marry. But is it really just the chorus that sounds similar. Jim Crack Corn is a comedic song whereas Ladies Won't You Marry is a sentimental song. But yup . . . you are right Curtis. Very similar! Best Wishes, Tom
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