Uploaded on Jul 12, 2009
The 3rd greatest Folk band of all time cover the 3rd greatest Rock 'n' Roll band of all time.
Its "an acoustic song that describes how people can relate to cars" , claim the band.
The band are :
Mark Shubb (bass vocals and upright bass)
Alan Barrows (tenor vocals, mandolin, guitar, and five-string banjo)
Jerry Palter (baritone vocals, guitar, and mandolin)
the Folksmen released six albums on the Folktown Records label:
Singin' (featuring "Old Joe's Place")
Pickin' (featuring "Blood on the Coal")
Ramblin' (featuring "Never Did No Wanderin'")
Hitchin' (featuring "Loco Man")
Wishin' (featuring "Barnyard Symphony" and "Skeletons of Quinto")
Saying Something (featuring "Children Of The Sun"), which broke with the tradition of using only acoustic instruments and single-word titles without final '-g's. Their biggest hit, "Old Joe's Place," reached position 17 in the charts.