Skiffle is a type of folk music with jazz, blues and country influences, usually using homemade or improvised instruments such as the washboard, tea chest bass, kazoo, cigar-box fiddle, musical saw, comb and paper, and so forth, as well as more conventional instruments such as acoustic guitar and banjo. Skiffle and jug band music are closely related. Skiffle was particularly popular in Britain in the 1950s and 1960s. Skiffle's use of country, folk and blues influences mixed with a much faster tempo, electric instrumentation and wild, energetic performances has led some people to suggest it as an early form of rock & roll, very similar to rockabilly.
Everyone goes "on the wagon" at some stage in their life but, eventually, they get "back on the booze". A ripping paced blues number with fire & elation in a jug band skiffle style. Male Vocals, Folk Music, Skiffle
A song about the London Underground trains that run from Hammersmith west London to Barking in the east. Played in a folk/blues/skiffle style with acoustic guitars, impressive harmonica, stand-up bass and percussion. Very suitable for London scenes. Possible cockney connatations. Male Vocals, Folk Music, Skiffle
Rumbacious jug band/ skiffle music with guitars mandolin harmonica and kazoo making a real 20/30's authentic country blues style. Great for period rural and Americana movie tv and radio productions. Male Vocals, Folk Music, Skiffle