Monkey and the Engineer - Jesse Fuller - Google книгиHe played simultaneously String Guitar, harmonica, the high-hat and the futdella. The futdella was a big base instrument of Jessie's invention that he played with his feet. I was happy to see he used the words as-is and gave credit to Jessie as the book author. This song was also a favorite of Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead. Jerry and Jessie have left us now, so let's sing the song in their memory.
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I just love this. First, take a folk song popular in the s, written by someone born in Then, take that song and make it even more popular: make sure that the Grateful Dead play it regularly. In fact make sure they play it 31 times. For good measure, make sure that Bob Dylan also plays on it with them. My thanks to dead. To make it a little more interesting, make sure someone, David Opie , writes an award-winning book about the song.
“Monkey and the Engineer” kids’ book
Or browse results titled :. Alice DiMicele seeks to uplift the human experience through music. Her lyrics are love incantations to the elements earth, water, fire, and air. With her powerful band behind her, or alone with her acoustic guitar Alice's multi-octave voice soars high and rumbles deep. As a lyricist and singer DiMicele invokes passionate emotion.