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Civil War Derringers, KKK Records & Motown’s Bottom Line

  • Aired: 07/24/2012
  • 53:08
  • Rating: NR
In this episode, Wes traces the story behind a pair of Civil War derringers and introduces us to a descendent of their first owner. Tukufu makes an amazing discovery researching part of collection of 1920s vinyl albums labeled “All K.K.K. Records.” Did we find the amplifier of James Jamerson, the man who played the signature bass line of My Girl and hundreds of other Motown hits?
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In this episode, Wes tracks down the original owner of a pair of Civil War pistols.
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