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The Fendermen - Mule Skinner Blues - Canada Issue - Rock - Rockabilly - LP

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The Fendermen - Mule Skinner Blues

Label: Point Records
Catalog#: P-213
Format: Vinyl, LP
Record is: VG+ VG++ light scuff marks only
cover VG+ split top 2 inches bottom one inch

Cover: Ringwear
Country: Canada Issue
Genre: Rock
Style: Rock & Roll, Rockabilly, Classic Rock


A1 Mule Skinner Blues
A2 Torture
A3 Beach Party
A4 Bertha Lou
A5 Honky Tonk
A6 Lonesome Road

B1 Don't You Just Know It
B2 Heartbreakin' Special
B3 Jack Of Diamonds
B4 High Noon
B5 Koo-Koo
B6 Caravan

Formed in 1959 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, the Fendermen were a trio best known for the 1960 US chart Top 5 rock n roll adaptation of the Jimmie Rodgers country standard Muleskinner Blues.

The group consisted of guitarists Jim Sundquist and Phil Humphrey (both 26 November 1937, Sundquist in Niagara, Wisconsin, USA, and Humphrey in Stoughton, Wisconsin, USA) and drummer John Howard, of LaCrosse, Wisconsin, USA. The two guitarists, who preferred the Fender brand of electric guitar, hence the name of the group, recorded Muleskinner Blues initially for the small Cuca label. It was picked up by the somewhat larger Minnesota-based Soma Records and became a hit in May 1960. (Howard was added at that time, for live appearances.) The group recorded one album for Soma, now a valued rarity in the USA, and continued together until 1966, with no other chart successes.

Don't dare believe The Fendermen started and ended with "Mule Skinner Blues," the crazed, pickled-in-reverb hoot-fest that had parents from coast to coast yelling, "what in the name of jehosephat are you listening to??" Describing this album as Jimmie Rodgers meets the Ventures on a three-day bender doesn't begin to do justice to the fearless vocalizin,' aggressive strummin' and unearthly yodelin' herein! It's all guaranteed to raise your eyebrows, move your feet and make you smile!

The Fendermen - Mule Skinner Blues

The Fendermen play Mule Skinner Blues. Jim and Phil meet at Madhouse Music in Green Bay for the first time in 45 years to have some fun!

FENDERMEN - Bertha Lou

The Fendermen - Don't You Just Know It

The Fendermen - Beach Party - 1960 45rpm

This product was added to our catalog on Friday 18 February, 2011.

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