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All Music Guide - Ken Dryden
The Bill Crofut-Chris Brubeck Trio with Joel Brown is augmented by harmonica player Peter "Madcat" Ruth for this concert taped at Goshen College. Their wide-ranging program includes folk, jazz, Baroque, and marches, as well as memorable originals. Crofut, the senior member of the group, revives his rendition of e e cummings "In Just," which he first set to music and recorded in the 1960s with the hearty approval of the poet's widow; he also collaborated on "The Music Makes the World Go Round" with Brubeck. Chris Brubeck's "The Cowboy Song" is a tongue-in-cheek parody of Western macho mythology, while his amusing lyrics to his father's fiendishly difficult "Unsquare Dance" ...
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All Music Guide - Ken Dryden
The Bill Crofut-Chris Brubeck Trio with Joel Brown is augmented by harmonica player Peter "Madcat" Ruth for this concert taped at Goshen College. Their wide-ranging program includes folk, jazz, Baroque, and marches, as well as memorable originals. Crofut, the senior member of the group, revives his rendition of e e cummings "In Just," which he first set to music and recorded in the 1960s with the hearty approval of the poet's widow; he also collaborated on "The Music Makes the World Go Round" with Brubeck. Chris Brubeck's "The Cowboy Song" is a tongue-in-cheek parody of Western macho mythology, while his amusing lyrics to his father's fiendishly difficult "Unsquare Dance" has the audience clapping along flawlessly. He also adds some bluesy piano to "Black and Blue" behind Crofut's vocal and wrote the subdued protest song "Red, White and Blues." The old folk song "Old' Joe Clark" features Madcat's wild harmonica, various sound effects, and his strong lead vocal on this very funny piece. Highly recommended!
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  • Release Date: 11/29/1995
  • Label: Albany Records
  • UPC: 034061008521
  • Catalog Number: 85

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Performance Credits
Bill Crofut Primary Artist, Banjo, Vocals, 12-string Guitar, Track Performer
Joel Brown Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Vocals, Classical Guitar
Chris Brubeck Bass, Piano, Trombone, Vocals, 12-string Guitar, Fretless Bass Guitar, Track Performer
The Goshen College Audience Vocals
Peter "Madcat" Ruth Harmonica, Jew's Harp, Vocals, Human Whistle, Whistle (Instrument), Jaw Harp
Technical Credits
Chris Brubeck Producer, Liner Notes
Bill Crofut Producer, Liner Notes
Peter "Madcat" Ruth Contributor
Don Klotz Artwork
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