Mungo Jerry Trio

Etton - UK - 1 and 2 June 2010


Line up:

Ray Dorset: Vocals-Guitar-Harp-Kazoo

Mike Cole: Bass

Garry Pullen: Washboard


1 June:
Stackolee - Maggie - Peace In The Country - See You Again - Baby Let's Play house - Ride My Car - Today It's Monday - Lady Rose - Midnight Special - San Francisco Bay Blues - Have A Whiff On Me - Dust Pneumonia Blues - In The summertime - Mighty Man - Long Legged Woman Dressed In Black - Alright Alright Alright - Wild Love - Let's Work Together
2 June:
Somebody Stole My Wife - Bottle Of Beer - Rock Island Line - Maggie - Let's Roll - Money Honey - Feels Like I'm In Love - You Don't Have To Be In The Army To Fight In The War - Margerita - Lady Rose - Have A Whiff On Me - Midnight Special - Saving All My Love For You - Summertime ( When The Living Is Easy ) - Wild Love - Bananaboat Song - Dust Pneumonia Blues - Ghost Riders In The Sky - In The Summertime - Baby Jump - Alright Alright Alright ( Skiffle Version ) - Goodnight Irene - Mighty Man

This is the way I like Mungo Jerry the most... "No Bullshit" 100% pure Skiffle / Blues / Rock / Bop / Billy.. and a lot of fun. In a packed full Processed Pea in Etton Ray Dorset gave us, together with Mike Cole and Garry Pullen ( from the Doghouse Skiffle Group) , two wonderful evenings, Ray is not only a great musician but also great entertainer, he amused the audience the whole evening with wonderful stories about his career. During the gig on wednesday the 2th, Ray invited a few guys to sing along on stage, Alan Tailor, Mike Rose (Wild Love) and me ( Feels Like I'm In Love). The gig on the 1st is recorded on video and soon available through the Mungo Jerry online shop:  Ray, Mike and me drove on wednesday to the BBC radio studio in Hull for a interview. The next day 3th June ( my birthday) Ray dropped me off at the railway station to catch a train to Manchester airport for my flight back to Brussels. (a year ago I moved from Holland to Belgium) Thanks to Derek Wadeson for pick me up in Manchester on the 1th June and dropped me off at the hotel in Beverley. Thanks again to Ray Dorset, Mike Cole and Garry Pullen for the rwo wonderful evenings. Now it's up to the 45th anniversarry....

Rob Kamphues.

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