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  • Dokinos
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    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Muleskinner - Muleskinner at Discogs. Complete your Muleskinner collection/5(46).
  • Yozshutaur
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    Muleskinner was perhaps the one and only bluegrass supergroup. Composed of David Grisman (mandolin, vocals), Clarence White (guitar), Peter Rowan (guitar, vocals), Richard Greene (fiddle), and Bill Keith (banjo), the group formed as a favor to a California public television station looking for someone to perform on a show with Bill Monroe's Bluegrass Boys.
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  • Akilar
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    Jan 12,  · A muleskinner is a professional mule driver whose sole purpose was to keep the mules moving. The term “skinner” is slang for someone who might “skin” or outsmart a mule. Mules have a characteristic of being very stubborn so outsmarting them to make them move used skill, wit, and a type of determination.
  • Fegar
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    Define muleskinner. muleskinner synonyms, muleskinner pronunciation, muleskinner translation, English dictionary definition of muleskinner. n. Informal A driver of mules; a muleteer.
  • Samudal
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    Muleskinner Instruments is a one man luthier shop in Randolph, Vermont focusing on hand crafted mandolins and guitars Contact MANDOLIN RAFFLE! Andy has donated a beautiful Yellow Birch, Oval Hole Muleskinner Mandolin to raffle to Support Live&Up! Programming at Chandler in Raffle Tickets start at only $10 and you could win this gorgeous Yellow Birch Mandolin Buy Tickets .
  • Voodoom
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    Muleskinner. Members: Bill Keith, Clarence White (2), David Grisman, Peter Rowan, Richard Greene [a] Artist. Edit Artist ; Share. Marketplace For Sale. Vinyl and CD Discography; 3 Releases 2 Albums 1 Videos.
  • Zolojora
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    Muleskinner could be a metaphor for that. You never talk about a horse like that. Although, in Hungary the common man (transporter, farmer) in the fifties till the eighties (later I don’t know) treated his horse like a mule: they were often skin over bone, with wounds from the harness.
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