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Playlist of Johnny Dyer

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    Johnny Dyer - Come back home

    6:55

    From Shake it! ...

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    Johnny Dyer Live

    3:37

    Another Amazing song by the West Coast Legend Johnny Dyer . Great harp playin with Hash Brown, Terry Goeff, Bobby B. at the Bluecat, Dallas 1997

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    Johnny Dyer, Billy Flynn, and Bharath at Amandas Rollercoaster

    4:01

    Rhythm Room in Phoenix AZ October, 2010

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    JOHNNY DYER - Shake It

    3:35

    From CD, Album '' Shake It '' 1995 [Black Top Records ‎– CD BT-1114, USA]
    Vocals, Harmonica – Johnny Dyer
    Guitar – Rick Holmstrom
    Bass – Flaco Medina
    Acoustic Bass – Tyler Pedersen
    Piano – Tom Mahon
    Drums – Steve Mugalian

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    JOHNNY DYER & RICK HOLMSTROM - Cant You See

    3:50

    From CD, Album '' Shake It '' 1995 [Black Top Records ‎– CD BT-1114, USA]
    Vocals, Harmonica – Johnny Dyer
    Guitar – Rick Holmstrom
    Bass – Flaco Medina
    Acoustic Bass – Tyler Pedersen
    Piano – Tom Mahon
    Drums – Steve Mugalian

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    Johnny Dyer And The L.A. Jukes ‎– Johnny Dyer And The L.A. Jukes

    27:31

    Johnny Dyer And The L.A. Jukes ‎– Johnny Dyer And The L.A. Jukes (1983)


    01 Feel Like Cryin Again
    02 Aw Baby
    03 Natural Ball
    04 Hoochie Koochie Man
    05 Johnny's Boogie
    06 Oh Baby
    07 Overdose Of Love
    08 Okie Dokie Stomp
    09 Two Hound Dogs

    I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes.

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    Johnny Dyer & Barry Levenson ~ Chasing The Money& 9 OClock Blues 2003

    8:28

    Modern Electric Harmonica Chicago Blues 2003
    Barry Levenson guitars
    Enjoy , my friends !!!
    *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners.
    The videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes.
    No Copyright infringement intended!
    All rights go to their rightful owners.
    I do not own the rights of the music.
    For your information, if a band or an artist wishes one or some of the songs/videos to be removed from my channel's upload list, it is advisable to come into contact with me by sending a personal message and I will delete it or them as soon as possible.

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    Johnny Dyer- Overdose Of Love

    4:00

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    Johnny Dyer - Everybody Talking

    4:50

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    Johnny Dyer, Mark Mumea, Mark Bukich - Sad Sad Day

    4:38

    Recorded 10/24/04 (Vista, CA)

    Recorded 10/24/04 in Vista, CA. this is a glimpse into a rare and impromptu home recording we did in the late hours directly following a late afternoon gig. This session features Johnny Dyer - vocals, Mark Bukich – harp, Mark Mumea – guitar. This is the type of blues J.D. loved to do most, and to my knowledge is the only, or at least one of the very few sessions that captures J.D. in an “Acoustic” and stripped down arrangement. J.D. was 100% Muddy, Jimmy Rogers, Little Walter, Rice Miller etc. at heart. He often spoke about how the blues is to be “spoken”, not screamed or yelled. J.D. was never fond of the later string bending guitar styles, he referred to (as many of his generation did) “choking” the strings or “stinging guitar”. He also talked frequently about playing simple and not “cancelling yourself out” by playing too many notes and failing to leave space. When we finished this recording using a simple 4 track cassette recorder (used only 2 channels), a very cheap old plastic mic for vocals, 1 small amp shared for vocals and harp, and a small amp for guitar; we listened back to this single recording for probably 5 hrs straight. J.D. would not let me turn the machine off…”One More Time”, he would say over and over as the song came to a close. I believe it was about 4-5am before we finally shut it down and at least 100 times through the recording. J.D. kept saying this is the best recording he ever did. Probably a gross over-statement, led by some drinking and no sleep, but the fact that Johnny could relax and not have to compete with a loud and pumped up band was something I believe Johnny would like to have seen a lot more of in his career, and thus was clinging on to the moment. Many a nights after doing shows with Johnny, he and I would sit in the cab of my truck listening to guys like Muddy, Walter, Brim, Nighthawk, Sonny Boy, John Lee Williamson etc. We would sit there for hours as he would demonstrate the phrasing of all these different vocal styles and many more. He could nail them all! He would do things at such a low volume that were NEVER captured on recordings… so effortless and natural. I’d grab my guitar, still in the cab of the truck, he would go into a Jimmy Rogers tune or Muddy etc…he would blow some harp, sing and point out different things to me in each tune. These memories are invaluable to me. J.D. was incredible person, a true master of blues and always a great friend. This recording of Sad Sad Day will always be what I remember him by most. R.I.P. J.D.

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    JOHNNY DYER & RICK HOLMSTROM - Crazy About That Thing

    2:46

    From CD, Album '' Shake It '' 1995 [Black Top Records ‎– CD BT-1114, USA]
    Vocals, Harmonica – Johnny Dyer
    Guitar – Rick Holmstrom
    Bass – Flaco Medina
    Acoustic Bass – Tyler Pedersen
    Piano – Tom Mahon
    Drums – Steve Mugalian

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    JOHNNY DYER & RICK HOLMSTROM - Big Leg Women

    3:01

    From CD, Album '' Shake It '' 1995 [Black Top Records ‎– CD BT-1114, USA]
    Vocals, Harmonica – Johnny Dyer
    Guitar – Rick Holmstrom
    Bass – Flaco Medina
    Acoustic Bass – Tyler Pedersen
    Piano – Tom Mahon
    Drums – Steve Mugalian

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    JOHNNY DYER - So Glad Im Livin

    3:33

    Various ‎– Hard Times / L.A. Blues Anthology
    Label: Black Magic Records (2) ‎– 9016
    Format: CD, Compilation
    Country: Netherlands
    Released: 1991
    Genre: Blues
    Style: Harmonica Blues, Jump Blues, Rhythm & Blues

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    Johnny Dyer/ Nine Below Zero

    5:03

    Live At Bluecat Blues, Dallas Texas

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    Johnny Dyer - Shake It - 1995 - Come Back Home - Dimitris Lesini Blues

    7:00

    Johnny Dyer Shake It 1995 Come Back Home Dimitris Lesini Blues

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    Johnny Dyer - Howlin Wolf

    4:31

    Live @ the Irwindale Speedway 2003/2004?
    Johnny Dyer - vocals, harp
    Mark Mumea - 1st guitar
    Curtis Smith - 2nd guitar
    Jason Cambell - bass
    Brad Karow - drums

    Recorded by Brad Karow

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    Johnny Dyer & the LA Jukes on Bro Matts Bluez Shift

    49:06

    Johnny Dyer & the LA Jukes are Bro Matt's guests on this 1985 edition of The Bluez Shift from Jack Barry Cable in Westchester, CA.

    The amazing one-armed guitar player, Steve Samuels appears here in his 3rd Bluez Shift. He can also be found playing on the episodes with The William Clarke Band.

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    Johnny Dyer / Hash Brown

    7:00

    Heres a really Hot # , Great harp by the Great Johnny Dyer, Hash does some really good T-Bone style playin on his 52 gibson , live at the Bluecat Dallas, special thanks to Dallas Blues Society

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    JOHNNY DYER - Baby What You Want Me To Do

    2:53

    From ''Jukin' '' 1995 [Blind Pig Records ‎– BPCD 5028] [ re-issue of LP ''Johnny Dyer And The LA Dukes'' 1983, with additional tracks]
    Bass [Upright] – Wild William Brinlee
    Drums – Bob The Pacemaker Newham
    Lead Guitar – Steve Kilman
    Piano – Honey Piazza
    Rhythm Guitar – Mike Watson
    Vocals, Harmonica – Johnny Dyer

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    JOHNNY DYER - Im Your Hoochie Coochie Man

    2:45

    From ''Jukin' '' 1995 [Blind Pig Records ‎– BPCD 5028] [ re-issue of LP ''Johnny Dyer And The LA Dukes'' 1983, with additional tracks]
    Bass [Upright] – Wild William Brinlee
    Drums – Bob The Pacemaker Newham
    Lead Guitar – Steve Kilman
    Piano – Honey Piazza
    Rhythm Guitar – Mike Watson
    Vocals, Harmonica – Johnny Dyer

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    Johnny Dyer With Mark Hummel - Young Fashioned Ways

    3:38

    Johnny Dyer, a blues harmonica player born in 1938 in Rolling Fork, Mississippi, died in San Dimas, California, on November 11, 2014. Mark Hummel, harmonica player, singer and songwriter born in 1955 in New Haven, CT. Mark with Johnny produced an album called Rolling Fork Revisited, which was greatly appreciated by blues music enthusiasts. The name of this album refers to the city where Muddy Waters' birthplace was the legendary blues musician and at the same time was Johnny Dyer's birthplace! A strong blues album from Chicago with full blood! Johnny Dyer, who sang everywhere, comes from Mississippi, although LA has been his home for decades. Mark Hummel, who was a tireless promoter, musician and band leader for more than 20 years, helped bring this project together. The disc is really very strong, strong, but devoid of any originality and stylistic independence. The efforts of Mark Hamm and his musicians were that the sound recorded in this work was as close as possible to the sound of Muddy Waters' works in the 1950s, and it seems that they have achieved their goal in that direction. Because the band's musical instruments also resemble Chicago Blues, and Johnny Dyer's song sounds like Muddy Waters. Check out also the incredible Steve Wolf on the electric Fender getting a bass sound from stand. If you close your eyes, you'd think of being at the Chess Records Studios in 1957. Apparently, the concept was: to become cool, like Muddy. And it happened. It is highly recommended for lovers of tradition, Harp fans.
    Johnny Dyer - vocals
    Mark Hummel - harmonica
    Bob Welch - piano
    Rusty Zinn - guitar solo
    Charles Wheal - guitar
    Steve Wolf - bass
    Marty Dodson - drums
    Label: Mountain Top Productions
    Release Year: 2004




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    Johnny Dyer ~ Aw Baby & Overdose Of Love 1983

    7:01

    Modern Electric Harmonica Chicago Blues 1983
    Johnny Dyer & The L.A. Jukes
    Steve ''The Actor'' Kilman guitar
    Enjoy , my friends !!!
    *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners.
    The videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes.
    No Copyright infringement intended!
    All rights go to their rightful owners.
    I do not own the rights of the music.
    For your information, if a band or an artist wishes one or some of the songs/videos to be removed from my channel's upload list, it is advisable to come into contact with me by sending a personal message and I will delete it or them as soon as possible.

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    JOHNNY DYER

    3:47

    From CD, Album '' Shake It '' 1995 [Black Top Records ‎– CD BT-1114, USA]
    Vocals, Harmonica – Johnny Dyer
    Guitar – Rick Holmstrom
    Bass – Flaco Medina
    Acoustic Bass – Tyler Pedersen
    Piano – Tom Mahon
    Drums – Steve Mugalian

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    Little Walter - Juke

    3:02

    Mark the Harp and the Blue Lights

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    Johnny Dyer & Rick Holmstrom ~ If You Please&Little Girl Wont Quit 1994

    6:40

    Modern Electric Harmonica Chicago Blues 1994
    Enjoy , my friends !!!
    *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners.
    The videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes.
    No Copyright infringement intended!
    All rights go to their rightful owners.
    I do not own the rights of the music.
    For your information, if a band or an artist wishes one or some of the songs/videos to be removed from my channel's upload list, it is advisable to come into contact with me by sending a personal message and I will delete it or them as soon as possible.

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    Johnny Dyer

    6:01

    This song is from a 2003 album by Barry Levenson. Veteran blues guitarist Barry Levenson wrote all 11 selections for Hard Times Won, which co-stars Johnny Dyer on vocals and harmonica. The music ranges from lowdown Chicago blues to swinging jazz/blues with Mike Thompson's organ giving a soul-jazz feel to some of the instrumentals. Levenson's lyrics are intelligent, there is a surprising amount of variety on the songs even though they do stick to blues, and the musicianship is excellent. Levenson and Dyer in particular make for a great team, and the results are often exciting and are always quite spirited. This highly enjoyable set should appeal to both blues and jazz fans. ~ Scott Yanow

    Recorded at Pacifica Studios, Los Angeles, California.

    Personnel: Barry Levenson (guitar); Johnny Dyer (vocals, harmonica); Phil Krawzak, Jeff Big Dad Turmes (saxophone, horns); Mike Thompson (piano, organ); Dave Kida (drums); Mike Sandberg (percussion).

    Audio Mixers: Mike Sandberg; Barry Levenson.

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    Johnny Dyer @ the Blues Harp Blowdown 5

    3:31

    Recorded Nov 21, 2009 @ the VFW 1944 in Industry, CA.

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    JOHNNY DYER - Oh Baby

    3:12

    From ''Jukin' '' 1995 [Blind Pig Records ‎– BPCD 5028] [ re-issue of LP ''Johnny Dyer And The LA Dukes'' 1983, with additional tracks]
    Bass [Upright] – Wild William Brinlee
    Drums – Bob The Pacemaker Newham
    Lead Guitar – Steve Kilman
    Piano – Honey Piazza
    Rhythm Guitar – Mike Watson
    Vocals, Harmonica – Johnny Dyer

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    Johnny Dyer Let It Roll

    2:05

    Let It Roll with Johnny Dyer on vocals recorded in Los Angeles in 2003.

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    JOHNNY DYER & RICK HOLMSTROM - BLUE MIDNIGHT

    4:37

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    Come Back Home - Johnny Dyer

    7:01

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    Johnny Dyer / Dallas

    3:48

    West Coast Bluesman Johnny Dyer with Hash Browns Great Band Johnny came through Dallas in 1997 thanks to Hash Brown . Johnny really cuts loose on this song , reminds me so much of muddy Waters . Blue cat , Dallas

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    Amandas Roller Coaster: Johnny Dyer, Kim Wilson and Junior Watson

    3:50

    Phoenix, AZ October 2nd, 2010 at The Rhythm Room
    Richard Innes: drums
    Larry Taylor: bass
    Barrelhouse Chuck: piano
    see the title for the rest and enjoy

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    JOHNNY DYER

    2:19

    From ''Jukin' '' 1995 [Blind Pig Records ‎– BPCD 5028] [ re-issue of LP ''Johnny Dyer And The LA Dukes'' 1983, with additional tracks]
    Bass [Upright] – Wild William Brinlee
    Drums – Bob The Pacemaker Newham
    Lead Guitar – Steve Kilman
    Piano – Honey Piazza
    Rhythm Guitar – Mike Watson
    Vocals, Harmonica – Johnny Dyer

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    JOHNNY DYER & RICK HOLMSTROM - Dont Have Much Time

    2:53

    From CD, Album '' Shake It '' 1995 [Black Top Records ‎– CD BT-1114, USA]
    Vocals, Harmonica – Johnny Dyer
    Guitar – Rick Holmstrom
    Bass – Flaco Medina
    Acoustic Bass – Tyler Pedersen
    Piano – Tom Mahon
    Drums – Steve Mugalian

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    Johnny Dyer live @ Banana Peel Belgium 2003

    28:22

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    Johnny Dyer & Rick Holmstrom ~ Come Back Home 1994

    7:10

    Modern Electric Harmonica Chicago Blues 1994
    Enjoy , my friends !!!
    *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners.
    The videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes.
    No Copyright infringement intended!
    All rights go to their rightful owners.
    I do not own the rights of the music.
    For your information, if a band or an artist wishes one or some of the songs/videos to be removed from my channel's upload list, it is advisable to come into contact with me by sending a personal message and I will delete it or them as soon as possible.

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    JOHNNY DYER - Holmes Hop

    2:50

    From CD, Album '' Shake It '' 1995 [Black Top Records ‎– CD BT-1114, USA]
    Vocals, Harmonica – Johnny Dyer
    Guitar – Rick Holmstrom
    Bass – Flaco Medina
    Acoustic Bass – Tyler Pedersen
    Piano – Tom Mahon
    Drums – Steve Mugalian

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    JOHNNY DYER - Lets Have A Natural Ball

    2:50

    From ''Jukin' '' 1995 [Blind Pig Records ‎– BPCD 5028] [ re-issue of LP ''Johnny Dyer And The LA Dukes'' 1983, with additional tracks]
    Bass [Upright] – Wild William Brinlee
    Drums – Bob The Pacemaker Newham
    Lead Guitar – Steve Kilman
    Piano – Honey Piazza
    Rhythm Guitar – Mike Watson
    Vocals, Harmonica – Johnny Dyer

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    Bluez Shift 1986: Johnny Dyer & the LA Jukes - part3

    25:14

    Back in the mid 1980s, every Wednesday from midnight to 2AM at KXLU, Los Angeles, Brother Matt's Bluez Shift was kinda like you'll see in this video: a party - a westside roadhouse, broadcasting live music, with a background collection of misc fun-loving party people (known as The Bluez Shift Dancers). This night in 1986 was an especially big party - 2 bands!!! Part 3of3 is a set by the Johnny Dyer & LA Jukes (Steve Samuels, Ed Mann, Ron Maldonado, Jed Parker, Jay Gordan) with a special appearance by Jennifer James. The video is pretty dark but captures the festive environment often surrounding Brother Matt, as well as a behind the scenes look at old time KXLU.

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    Kim Wilson, Junior Watson, Johnny Dyer at the RollerCoaster clip 2

    2:36

    Amandas RollerCoaster in Phonix,AZ at the Rhythm Room

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    Vicki Swan & Johnny Dyer Steamboat Folk Festival 2012 12

    6:07

    Vicki Swan & Johnny Dyer to of the great musicians who sang and played at the Steamboat Folk Festival Last weekend. These to versatile musicians was a great pleasure to everyone Vicki playing The pipes, Flute and the amazing Swedish instrument, The Nyckelharpa was such a pleasure to see and hear.

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    Amandas Rollercoaster / Johnny Dyer & Kim Wilson

    2:29

    Nice Pairing with johnny Dyer on vocals and Kim Wilson on harp. Junior Watson, Richard Innes, Larry Taylor and Barrelhouse Chuck.

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    JOHNNY DYER

    3:29

    From CD ''Jukin' '' 1995 [Blind Pig Records ‎– BPCD 5028] [ re-issue of LP ''Johnny Dyer And The LA Dukes'' 1983, with additional tracks]
    Bass [Upright] – Wild William Brinlee
    Drums – Bob The Pacemaker Newham
    Lead Guitar – Steve Kilman
    Piano – Honey Piazza
    Rhythm Guitar – Mike Watson
    Vocals, Harmonica – Johnny Dyer

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    Vicki Swan & Johnny Dyer Steamboat Folk Festival 2012 6

    4:01

    Vicki Swan & Johnny Dyer to of the great musicians who sang and played at the Steamboat Folk Festival Last weekend. These to versatile musicians was a great pleasure to everyone Vicki playing The pipes, Flute and the amazing Swedish instrument, The Nyckelharpa was such a pleasure to see and hear

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    Vicki Swan & Johnny Dyer - Steamboat Folk Festival 2012 .mts

    3:55

    Vicki Swan & Johnny Dyer to of the great musicians who sang and played at the Steamboat Folk Festival Last weekend. These to versatile musicians was a great pleasure to everyone Vicki playing The pipes, Flute and the amazing Swedish instrument, The Nyckelharpa was such a pleasure to see and hear.

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    Youre The One by Johnny Dyer

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    Randy Chortkoff's Birthday Party Jan. 2, 2010 Johnny Dyer = vocals, MojoMark C = guitar, Rod Piazza = harp (don't know the names of the rest of the band), sorry it's cut short, camera issues...

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    JOHNNY DYER - Walkin Through The Park

    3:17

    From ''Jukin' '' 1995 [Blind Pig Records ‎– BPCD 5028] [ re-issue of LP ''Johnny Dyer And The LA Dukes'' 1983, with additional tracks]
    Bass [Upright] – Wild William Brinlee
    Drums – Bob The Pacemaker Newham
    Lead Guitar – Steve Kilman
    Piano – Honey Piazza
    Rhythm Guitar – Mike Watson
    Vocals, Harmonica – Johnny Dyer

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    Vicki Swan & Johnny Dyer Steamboat Folk Festival 2012 16

    4:54

    Vicki Swan & Johnny Dyer to of the great musicians who sang and played at the Steamboat Folk Festival Last weekend. These to versatile musicians was a great pleasure to everyone Vicki playing The pipes, Flute and the amazing Swedish instrument, The Nyckelharpa was such a pleasure to see and hear.

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    Vicki Swan & Johnny Dyer Steamboat Folk Festival 2012 18

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    Vicki Swan & Johnny Dyer two of the great musicians who sang and played at the Steamboat Folk Festival Last weekend. These to versatile musicians was a great pleasure to everyone Vicki playing The pipes, Flute and the amazing Swedish instrument, The Nyckelharpa was such a pleasure to see and hear.

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