Top Mungo Jerry Albums
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The Lockdown Thank You Song - Single
The Lockdown Thank You Song - Single
[2020]
Touch the Sky
Touch the Sky
[2020]
Xstreme
Xstreme
[2019]
Live at the 2017 Bansko Jazz Festival
Live at the 2017 Bansko Jazz Festival
[2018]
100% Live in Baden Baden
100% Live in Baden Baden
[2015]
Mungo Jerry: 45 Years Of 'In the Summertime' - EP
Mungo Jerry: 45 Years Of 'In the Summertime' - EP
[2015]
Old Shoes, New Jeans
Old Shoes, New Jeans
[2015]
Good Times: Some Hits & More Stuff
Good Times: Some Hits & More Stuff
[2015]
Lo Mejor de Mungo Jerry
Lo Mejor de Mungo Jerry
[2013]
Tales of an Imaginative Mind
Tales of an Imaginative Mind
[2013]
Hits Everywhere, Vol. 2
Hits Everywhere, Vol. 2
[2013]
My Mate Mungo
My Mate Mungo
[2013]
In the Summertime and More Mungo Jerry Hits
In the Summertime and More Mungo Jerry Hits
[2013]
No Frills
No Frills
[2013]
The Very Best
The Very Best
[2013]
The Dawn Singles Collection
The Dawn Singles Collection
[2012]
Lady Rose and Other Great Mungo Jerry Hits, Vol. 1
Lady Rose and Other Great Mungo Jerry Hits, Vol. 1
[2011]
Mungo Jerry - Essentials
Mungo Jerry - Essentials
[2011]
Pushbike Song
Pushbike Song
[2010]
In the Summer Time
In the Summer Time
[2009]
Naked - from the Heart
Naked - from the Heart
[2007]
Baby Jump - The Definitve Collection
Baby Jump - The Definitve Collection
[2004]
Mungo Jerry Sings Folk Songs, Vol. 1: No Frills
Mungo Jerry Sings Folk Songs, Vol. 1: No Frills
[2002]
In the Summertime 2001 - EP
In the Summertime 2001 - EP
[2001]
In the Summertime
In the Summertime
[2000]
Lovin' in the Alleys Fightin' in the Streets
Lovin' in the Alleys Fightin' in the Streets
[1977]
Baby Jump • The Definitve Collection
Baby Jump • The Definitve Collection
[1974]
Boot Power
Boot Power
[1972]
Lady Rose (21st Century) - EP
Lady Rose (21st Century) - EP
[1971]
You Don't Have to Be in the Army
You Don't Have to Be in the Army
[1971]
Mungo Jerry
Mungo Jerry
[1970]
Related Information for Mungo Jerry
Mungo Jerry is an English folk/classic rock group from Ashford, Englandwhose greatest success was in the early 1970s, though they have continued throughout the years with an ever-changing line-up, always fronted by Ray Dorset. They are remembered above all for their hit "In the Summertime". It remains their most successful and most instantly recognisable song. Their name was inspired by the poem Mungojerrie and Rumpelteazer, from T. S. Eliot's Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats. According to Joseph Murrell's "The Book of Golden Discs" (1978), 'Mungomania' was possibly the most startling and unpredicted pop phenomenon to hit Britain since The Beatles.Dorset and Colin Earl had previously... read more