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The Very Best of Mungo Jerry

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Album Review

This fine collection of Mungo Jerry's better-known tracks, including the band's big hit, "In the Summertime," is presented in DVD audio. Probably not a solid buy for a newcomer to the band, but fans will probably be interested in the improved sound.

Customer Reviews

I remember Mungo!

The only tune I'd recommend is "In the Summertime." I haven't listened to the others listed here. They didn't have a drummer so they kept time by blowing out their mouth! Their name comes from a TS Eliot poem, and their sound is just as unique.

Good

In the summertime is the only good song i love it though it makes me so happy its got a nice beat and is a cheery toon. I recomend ONLY getting in the summer time not the other songs

I love it

I love "in the summertime" it soothing country music. It makes me want to back in time

Biography

Formed: 1970 in England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Mungo Jerry is one of rock's great one-hit successes. Outside of England, they're known for exactly one song, but that song, "In the Summertime," is a seasonal anthem known by listeners who weren't even born when it was released. Mungo Jerry was a solid blues outfit as well — in fact, one suspects they were the kind of blues band that purists Alexis Korner and Cyril Davies would have loved, had they...
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