Donegan (guitar, banjo & vocals), Van Morrison (vocals), Gerry
Conway (drums), Alan Sticky Wicket (percussion), Nick Payne (harmonica),
Jaqui McShee (harmonica), Brian Hodgson (bass), John Ward (bass), Vic
Pitt (guitar & bass), Paul Henry (guitar), Albert Lee (guitar &
keyboards), Paul Slaughter (guitar), Rufus Thibodeaux (fiddle), Joel Le
Sonier (accordéon), Jerry Allison (drums), Paco Javier Jimeno (guitar),
Paul Lincoln (keyboards), Chris Barber (bass & vocals), Gary Booker
(organ), Sam Brown (vocals), Sonia Jones (vocals), Margot Buchanan
(vocals), Paul Kennerley (vocals), Eden Sarstedt (vocals), Kane Sarstedt
(vocals), Peter Sarstedt (vocals) ...
Lonnie Donegan (Anthony James Donegan, 1931-2002) was a skiffle (skiffle
is a type of folk music with a jazz and blues influence) musician, with
more than 20 UK Top 30 hits to his name. He is known as the 'King of
Skiffle' and is often cited as a large influence on the generation of
British musicians who became famous in the 1960s (The Beatles &
The Rolling Stones, among others).
Muleskinner Blues, was his first studio album in over 20 years, it
features new versions of his classics 'RockIsland Line', 'I'm Alabammy
Bound' & 'Muleskinner Blues' alongside beautifully crafted new
compositions. Guests include Van Morrison,
Albert Lee, Sam Brown, Chris Barber, Jerry Allison and Jaqui McShee.