Amiable ambassador of a bygone age, Papa Lemon Nash embraced the itinerant lifestyle of his medicine show peers for much of his life. That near-constant state of perambulation made recordings barely an afterthought. Securing a salary through live performance and the attendant peddling of elixirs and tonics was the order of each day. Fortunately, folklorists Richard Allen and Harry Oster were able to catch up with Nash later in life and sit him down for a series of interview and performance sessions. It’s from those tape troves that these valuable recordings originate.
This is an outstanding record.
Peter Sellers with ukulele and dog in The Optimists.
Nancy Mitford playing her ukulele at Asthall Manor (via Winin Boy)
"Sheep" Ukulele by celentanowoodworks
I made my first Bitcoin sale! And I’m very excited about it.
The ebooks are currently 50% off if you pay by Bitcoin.