45's With Rhyme But No Reason

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Monday, February 6, 2012

Bag pipe Stroll




















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9 comments:

Holly said...

Why did no one else ever think of this? I demand more bagpies in my tittyshakers!

Howdy said...

As much as I would like to think that is a bagpipe, I suspect this is a sax masquerading as a pipe!

DrunkenHobo said...

also came out on Keen (OK) 45 - 4011 (1958) not sure which was 1st press?

snakeboy said...

Is this what they mean by "lo-fi"?

JohnnyDiego said...

I'm with Howdy. No way that's a bagpipe. I don't think you can play the pipes without a drone, can you?

Timmy said...

I think you're right, DoodyHead, there's none of that twin + triple piping present.

Bruce said...

Maybe someone should re-cut it with actual bagpipes, it's got #1 written all over it.

Johnny Morgan said...

The only R&R record I know that uses real bagpipes is Under The Milky Way by Anglo/Oz 80s outfit, The Church. Fantastic middle eight played on pipes and 12-string guitars

sirlordford said...

This is the band with legendary actor Sid Haig on drums. A side is called Full House.