2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 10 September 2008
Kweskin and co, are in superlative form, never taking themselves other than loosely seriously yet producing memorable music - the sort you'll find yourself humming a couple of hours later. All kinds of roots are found here, from the jug bands of the Gus cannon era to the Hawaian ukelele-playing of more modern times.For me this record proved an unforgettable intro to the beautiful voice of the lovely Maria Muldaur. But everyone, even the gloomy-voiced Fritz, has a ball. So will you. Buy it. If you can honestly tell me you didn't love it I'll eat the CD (you pay P&P).
Ukelele Lady, Borneo and Beedle-um-Bum are MY favourites. Tell me yours....