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Punisher, The (2nd Series) #50 VF/NM ; Marvel comic book
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Punisher, The (2nd Series) #50 VF/NM ; Marvel comic book
2017
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Punisher, The (2nd Series) #52 VF/NM ; Marvel comic book
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Punisher, The (2nd Series) #52 VF/NM ; Marvel comic book
2017
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Pokemon: Sinnoh Handbook About the Author Tracey West is the author of more than 150 books for children and young adults, including the Pixie Tricks and
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About the Author Tracey West is the author of more than 150 books for children and young adults, including the Pixie Tricks and Scream Shop series. An avid fan of cartoons, comic books, and manga, she has appeared on the New York Times bestseller list as author of the Pokémon chapter book adaptations. She currently lives with her family in New York State’s Hudson Valley.

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Rough Guide To Jug Band Blues The original jug bands had their origins in the 1890s amongst African-Americans, and were then known as ‘spasm bands’. This
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The original jug bands had their origins in the 1890s amongst African-Americans, and were then known as ‘spasm bands’. This ‘do it yourself’ approach to their instrument-making gained immense popularity in America during the 1920s and early 1930s, and became closely linked to the development of the blues. The jug could be earthenware or glass and was played by buzzing one’s lips into its mouth from about an inch away, thus creating a sound somewhere between that of a tuba or trombone. The swoop sounds that could be made gave the impression of sliding notes and a good player could get two octaves out of a good-sized jug. Incorporating all manner of homemade instruments, early jug bands were typically made up of African-American vaudeville and medicine show musicians and played a mixture of blues, ragtime and jazz music with a strong backbeat. Not only was Memphis a centre for Delta blues during the late 1920s but it was also the home of many of the great jug bands including Will Shade’s Memphis Jug Band and Gus Cannon’s Jug Stompers. These bands developed out of the country blues and songster traditions and created an upbeat and comic sound perfectly suited to entertaining crowds, and far removed from the raw sound of the Delta blues. This allowed them to play all manner of places from street corners to vaudeville stages and saloons. The Memphis Jug Band recorded under several different names for various labels including the Picaninny Jug Band, the Carolina Peanut Boys and the Memphis Sheiks and produced more sides than any other pre-war jug band including the featured classic ‘Stealin’, Stealin’’ which was subsequently recorded by the Grateful Dead. Often referred to as a training ground for musicians, many fine performers passed through the ranks of the Memphis Jug Band including Memphis Minnie who is accompanied here by her own jug band on ‘Grandpa And Grandma Blues’. Although Memphis became synonymous with the jug band craze the first jug bands to record were in Louisville, where their sound was much more rooted in the jazz influences that came by riverboat from New Orleans, and used the jug more for its novelty value. Clifford Hayes from Kentucky was a multi-instrumentalist and bandleader who was not only the first to record with a jug band (the Old Southern Jug Band) in 1923, but also teamed up with the legendary Jimmie Rodgers on the featured ‘My Good Gal’s Gone Blues’. Sometimes a stovepipe (usually a section of tin pipe, 3” or 4” in diameter) was played in much the same manner as a jug, perfectly demonstrated by the aptly named ‘Stovepipe No. 1’ aka Sam Jones who recorded with King David’s Jug Band and created a distinctive deep guttural jug sound with his stovepipe. Originally billing himself as ‘Daddy Stovepipe’ he probably didn’t know of the existence of the more famous Maxwell Street one-man band also known as ‘Daddy Stovepipe’, aka Johnny Watson until he first went to record in 1924. His namesake here performs the stomping masterpiece ‘The Spasm’’ with his wife, singer and jug player Mississippi Sarah, with their humorous and unique banter creating a good-time feel in true jug band spirit. Further highlights include the sublime slide guitar playing of blues legend Tampa Red who formed his own Hokum Jug Band, as well as the frenzied and voice-like harp of Jaybird Coleman, the virtuoso harmonica player of the Birmingham Jug Band. Although other well-known blues performers embraced the jug-band craze, by the mid-1930s it had run its course due to a combination of the depression and the devastating effect of radio on record sales. This collection goes to show how during its heyday this not-often-talked-about genre was a highly influential and most vibrant of musical styles in the history of the blues.

2017
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Green Lantern: Mosaic #10 VF/NM ; DC comic book
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Golden-Age Greats #TPB 10 VG ; Paragon comic book
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DEADPOOL VS PUNISHER #1 (OF 5) MARVEL COMICS
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2017
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Jonah Hex #60 FN ; DC comic book
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Batwing #5 VF/NM ; DC comic book
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Batwing #5 VF/NM ; DC comic book
2017
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X-Men Alpha #1 VF/NM ; Marvel comic book
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Bombshells #21 NM Keep'em Flying Bennett Andolfo Ortiz Braga DC Comics MD1
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The Amazing Spider-Man #624 (1963-1998, 2003-2014) Limited Series Marvel Comics - 6 Comics
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The Amazing Spider-Man #624 (1963-1998, 2003-2014) Limited Series Marvel Comics - 6 Comics
2017
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ADVENTURE COMICS #462 [1979 VG-FN] "DEATH OF BATMAN"
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Super Heroes Stamp Album #5 VF/NM ; DC comic book
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Warlord (DC) #3 FN ; DC comic book
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Warlord (DC) #3 FN ; DC comic book
2017
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Archie Button Set "Archie's Girls" 3 Buttons, 2 Book Marks & 2 Cards and Archie vs. Predator Comic
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FF #8 VF/NM ; Marvel comic book
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FF #8 VF/NM ; Marvel comic book
2017
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