Tom Paley Biography (Wikipedia)
Thomas T. "Tom" Paley (born March 19, 1928) is an American guitarist, banjo and fiddle player. He is best known for his work with the New Lost City Ramblers in the 1950s and 1960s.
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Tom Paley Tracks
The Story Of The Mighty Mississippi (Live In Session)
Jonny Bridgwood, Ben Paley, Robin Gillan & Tom Paley
Mississippi Medley (Sullivan's Hollow/Rufus Rastus)
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Tom Paley, Eliza Carthy, Alasdair Roberts, Trembling Bells, Babe, Kid Canaveral, RM Hubbert, By the Sea, Ela Orleans, Jonnie Common, Mary Hampton, Ian William Craig, Ashtray Navigations, The Family Elan, Guttersnipe, Sound Of Yell, Marry Waterson, David A Jaycock, The One Ensemble, Brigid Mae Power, Carbs, Mick Flower, Alasdair Roberts Trio, Marry Waterson & David A Jaycock, The Sensory Illusions, Tulla and Jim McKenna
Unknown venue, Glasgow, UK