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Joy Of Cooking — Brownsville/Mockingbird
Album: Joy Of Cooking
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Released: 1969
Length: 5:50
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Like these old recordings, but this song reminds me of that constipated singer who mangled Rollin' on the River.
youngj wrote:
Behold, my joy of cooking:
Yikes! I like Giada but that image makes me think of The Shining too much :eyes:
Bathroom break?
Not my thing... off to another stream until this ends. I can't think with this in the background.
From Wikipedia, my favorite disseminator of dubious information: Joy of Cooking was an American folk-rock band, formed in 1967 in Berkeley, California. It was unusual in that it was led by two women - pianist Toni Brown and guitarist Terry Garthwaite - with three men providing backup. The music was a mix of "hippy" sensibility on blues and folk roots, and the lyrics often reflected feminist or environmental themes.
Not everything about the 60s was good. P.U.
Behold, my joy of cooking:
thewiseking wrote:
i suppose this would be ok in a preschool classroom with a bunch of 4 year olds sitting on the floor
For naptime?
is it over yet?
Pianist Toni Brown and guitarist Terry Garthwaite were pioneers as female band leaders. Joy of Cooking was such a fun group! Those boys and girls sure knew how to party.
wtf?
Careful Bill. You're showing your age, and mine too. Another 1960's group that disappeared once I graduated. Hey! A test! Got anything by "Fanny"? :think:
i suppose this would be ok in a preschool classroom with a bunch of 4 year olds sitting on the floor
Wow, I haven't heard this nursery song in forever.
Let's hear it for the set of avian tunes!