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The Village Stompers

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The Village Stompers was a U.S. music group that originated from Greenwich Village, New York. The group consisted of Dick Brady, Don Coates, Mitchell May, Ralph Casale, Frank Hubbell, Lenny Pogan, Al McManus and Joe Muranyi. They developed the "Folk-Dixie" instrumental sound, originated and produced by Joe Sherman, beginning with the hit "Washington Square" (written by Bob Goldstein) in 1963. Of Folk-Dixie, Sherman declared, "We feel it's bound to be here as long as there is folk music and jazz."

 

Washington Square

Washington Square

1964

Blowin' In The Wind

More Sounds of Washington Square

More Sounds of Washington Square

1964

Don't Think Twice, It's All Right

Some Folk, a Bit of Country and a Whole Lot of Dixie

Some Folk, a Bit of Country and a Whole Lot of Dixie

1965

Mr. Tambourine Man

The Village Stompers

The Village Stompers

1965 EP Spain

Mr. Tambourine Man

Essential Masters

Essential Masters

2011 CD ReIssue

Blowin' In The Wind
Don't Think Twice, It's All Right

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