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The Womenfolk may never have broken through to mass sales, but it wasn't for lack of trying, either by the quintet or by their label, RCA Victor, which released this live album fairly late in their history.
Jim Friedman, Shel Silverstein. Bob Camp, Shel Silverstein. 5. Our Love Is Special. 6. The Ballad of Murder, Inc. Ernie Sheldon. 8. Da Da Da Da Dum Da. Elaine Gealer. 10. Never Wed an Old Man. 12. Farewell Brothers.
Bluegrass Titan BILL MONROE Decca PROMO 1964 SIGNED!
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album: (Scraps) for the Hungry Soul. Eddie Cantor - I'm Hungry for Beautiful Girls. album: Jazz on Air. Jamez Da Youngsta - Don't Need To Spit game. Emma & the Hungry Truth - Let Us Dance With Our Fear. Six 4 - Can't Tell Me Shit. The Womenfolk - Our Love Is Special. album: The Womenfolk Vol. 4: (1965) the Womenfolk at the Hungry I. The Womenfolk - Georgia Road. Lil Peezi - Spotlight. Gavin Mikhail - Let Me Love You. album: On The Walls Of The Hall Of Fame, Hungry Hearts, Let Me Love You (The Script feat. will i am, Nause, NeYo Covers). Zoom Karaoke - The Hungry Years. album: Zoom Karaoke Party, Vol. 360. Flies on the Square Egg, James Frederick Johnson - Hungry Like the Wolf. album: This Is Halloween Party!
The Womenfolk were an American folk band from Los Angeles, California. The Womenfolk were active from 1963 to 1966 and were signed to RCA Records during the folk revival boom of the 1960s. They released several albums, the most successful of which was their self-titled 1964 effort, which reached on the Billboard 200. The Womenfolk's version of "Little Boxes" was their only hit single, peaking at in April 1964. It was at the time the shortest record (1:03) to make the Billboard Hot 100.