A QUICK Independence Day Week post paying tribute to the Spirit of American Music — and the willingness of musicians everywhere to cross borders, b(l)end genres, venture into the metaphorical musical wilderness a-lookin for the elephant guided only by those inner voices whispering “Over here… come on over here, pilgrim…”

Cronin’s HornpipeDiddy Wah DiddyGlen AllenMama’s Getting Younger

— from the 1984 album Late Bloomer by L.E. McCullough (Kicking Mule Records).

Ernie Hawkins – guitar (Cronin’s, Diddy-Wah-Diddy), vocal (Diddy-Wah-Diddy); Doug Anthony – guitar (Glen Allen, Mama’s Getting Younger); Larry Edelman – mandolin; Sam Waterkotte – acoustic bass; L.E. McCullough – vocal (Mama’s Getting Younger), harmonica, tinwhistle, clarinet, bones

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12th Generation American trying to convince this country to live up to its promise of liberty and justice for All.
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1 Response to Diddy-Wah-Diddy

  1. Jim says:

    I love this. Thanks LE.

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