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Instruments typically found in a "skiffle band" include (in any combination) guitar, banjo, mandolin, "gutbucket" (washtub bass), washboard, jug, harmonica, kazoo, cornet, fiddle, clarinet, musical saw, comb, etc. Mingus was called the “heir apparent to Duke Ellington” because of his fantastic writing for medium-sized ensembles. At least the ones over the years that I have hung out with, played with, and have been influenced by, do.

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