Complete your The Bob Cort Skiffle Group Featuring Ken Sykora collection. Where'd You Get Your Whiskey. Your Feet's To Big. Lulu's Back In Town. Ain't It A Shame (To Sing Skiffle On Sunday). .
Vocalion's 2006 release featuring skiffler/rock 'n' roller Bob Cort's late 1950s Decca output. Remastered from the original Decca masters. item 2 The Bob Cort Skiffle : Aint It a Shame to Sing on Sunday DECCA Singles Comp CD -The Bob Cort Skiffle : Aint It a Shame to Sing on Sunday DECCA Singles Comp CD. £. 9. item 3 Bob Cort Skiffle Ain't it a Shame Decca 1950s Vocalion -Bob Cort Skiffle Ain't it a Shame Decca 1950s Vocalion. item 4 Bob Cort Skiffle - Ain't It A Shame & Singles Compilation - Skiffle -Bob Cort Skiffle - Ain't It A Shame & Singles Compilation - Skiffle.
A Skiffle Special with performances by Chas McDevitt Skiffle Group, Chris Barber Skiffle Group & Lonnie Donegan, The City Ramblers Skiffle Group and the Bob Cort Skiffle featuring Ken on guitar. Ken performed with the Bob Cort Skiffle briefly in the 50s. Notably he played lead guitar on Six-Five Special which was the theme tune for the BBC music programme of the same name. This show was the precursor of Top of the Pops.
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Artist: Bob Cort Skiffle, Ken Sykora. Album: Great British Rock 'n' Roll Instrumentals - Just About As Good As It Gets! Release year: 2010. Download Bob Cort Skiffle, Ken Sykora - Bouncing Around (feat. Great British Rock 'n' Roll Instrumentals - Just About As Good As It Gets!
The skiffle craze that swept the UK for a couple of years in the late 1950s was short-lived but laid the foundation for decades of successful British Rock and Pop music. Future members of bands such as The Shadows, Led Zeppelin, The Hollies, Deep Purple and, famously, The Beatles first performed as part of skiffle groups. The music’s sudden popularity can be traced back to the post-war British Traditional Jazz movement. It Takes a Worried Man to Sing a Worried Blues - The Bob Cort Skiffle Group 00:02:21. Itching For My Baby - Johnny Duncan and The Blue Grass Boys 00:02:03. I've Got Rocks In My Bed - Lonnie Donegan and his Skiffle Group 00:05:30. Jessamine - The Bob Cort Skiffle Group 00:01:53. Jig Along Home - Johnny Duncan and The Blue Grass Boys 00:02:06. Jimmy Brown The Newsboy - Lonnie Donegan and his Skiffle Group 00:02:37.
The Vipers Skiffle Group – later known simply as The Vipers – were one of the leading British groups during the skiffle period of the mid to late 1950s, and were important in the careers of radio and television presenter Wally Whyton, coffee bar manager Johnny Martyn, wire salesman Jean Van den Bosch, instrument repairer Tony Tolhurst, journalist John Pilgrim, record producer George Martin, and several members of The Shadows.