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Bob Cort - Mule Skinner Blues album flac Performer: Bob Cort
Title: Mule Skinner Blues
Style: Skiffle
Released: 1960
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1756 mb
FLAC album: 1654 mb
Rating: 4.4
Other formats: AA XM AHX ADX VQF DXD AUD
Genre: Rock

Album: Mule Skinner Blues (1940). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Monroe re-recorded this in 1950 as "New Mule Skinner Blues," with updated lyrics by George Vaughn (aka Vaughn Horton), who is sometimes listed as co-author of the original. In Rodgers' song, the narrator is a one-woman man trying to earn money to keep his lady well-stocked in booze and hats, but Monroe's take casts him as a lothario juggling three women. In "New Mule Skinner Blues," he's back to one broad. He also addresses the boss as foreman instead of captain

Mule Skinner Blues" (. Blue Yodel "Muleskinner Blues", and "Muleskinner's Blues") is a classic country song written by Jimmie Rodgers and George Vaughan. The song was first recorded by Rodgers in 1930 and has been recorded by many artists since then, acquiring the de facto title "Mule Skinner Blues" after Rodgers named it "Blue Yodel (one of his Blue Yodels).

The Fendermen - Mule Skinner Blues (Soma Records, 1960) This Madison, Wisconsin-based duo reached on the Billboard charts with their version, featuring abbreviated lyrics and strong Fender electric guitar instrumentation. This version is arguably the most widely circulated of recent versions of the song, due to its Billboard chart performance and its subsequent prolific appearances on novelty song collections. Mule Skinner Blues" – The Fendermen.

Blue Yodel, Mule Skinner Blues Song originally by Jimmie Rodgers Published 1930 Recorded July 11, 1930 Genre Country Bluegrass Blues. Woody Guthrie recorded the song in 1944 for Asch Recordings. A 1998 Guthrie album is named Muleskinner Blues - Asch Recordings, Vol. 2 and features his version. Odetta - Odetta Sings Ballads and Blues (1956). Lonnie Donegan - Lonnie Donegan Live, 1957. Joe D. Gibson (Jody Gibson) recorded a souped up version titled "Good Morning Captain" on tetra Records which served as a model for The Fendermen.

A muleskinner or mule skinner is a muleteer or mule-driver. The word may also refer to: The Muleskinner, the student newspaper of the University of Central Missouri. Muleskinner, the mascotte of St. John's Military School, Kansas, . Muleskinner, an alternate title for the album Jack Takes the Floor by Ramblin' Jack Elliott. Muleskinner (album), the eponymous debut album by the bluegrass band Muleskinner. Muleskinner (band), a bluegrass band. Mule Skinner Blues, a song.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Mule Skinner Blues
Written-By – Vaughn*, Rodgers*
B The Ballad Of Walter Williams
Written-By – Russell*

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – The Decca Record Company Limited
  • Published By – Southern Music
  • Published By – Mellin Music
  • Mastered At – Decca Studios
  • Pressed By – Decca Record Co. Ltd., Pressing Plant, UK.


  • Mastered By – C


Very similar to Mule Skinner Blues but without "W.T" present on label A, next to the UK Tax code to the left.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label A, inverted): DR.27235
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B, inverted): DR.27236
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): DRF 27235-TI-IC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): DRF 27236-TI-IC
  • Other (UK Tax code, both label, to the left): E/T

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DRF 27236 Bob Cort The Ballad Of Walter Williams ‎(7", S/Sided, Promo) Decca DRF 27236 UK Unknown
45-F 11256 Bob Cort Mule Skinner Blues ‎(7", Single) Decca 45-F 11256 UK 1960