Homer & Jethro - Country Comedy flac album
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|A1||Homer And Jethro's Pickin' And Singin' Medley No. 1||2:05|
|A2||Pore Ol' Koo-Liger
Written-By – Rose*, Williams*
Written-By – Travis*
|A4||Cold, Cold Heart No. 2
Written-By – Williams*
|A5||He'll Have To Go
Written-By – A. Allison*, Haynes*, Burns*, J. Allison*
|B1||Your Clobbered Heart
Written-By – Williams*
|B2||You Tell Her, I Stutter
Written-By – Rose*, Friend*
|B3||I Really Don't Want To Know
Written-By – Robertson*, Barnes*
|B4||So Long (It's Been Good To Know Yuh)
Written-By – Guthrie*
|C1||Yaller Rose Of Texas, You-All
Written-By – Haynes*, Burns*
|C2||Let Me Go, Blubber
Written-By – Carson*
Written-By – Owens*, Killion*, McMichael*
Written-By – Ballard*
|C5||Does The Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor (On The Bedpost Overnight)
Written-By – Rose*, Breuer*, Bloom*
|D1||Slow Poke No. 2
Written-By – Price*, King*, Stewart*
|D2||The Battle Of Kookamonga
Written-By – Reynolds*, Driftwood*
|D3||Settin' The Woods On Fire No. 2
Written-By – Nelson*, Rose*
Lyrics By [Special Lyrics] – Homer & Jethro*Written-By – Ledbetter*, Lomax*
- Copyright (c) – RCA Records
- Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Rockaway
- Artwork – Jack Davis
- Liner Notes – Cy Coben
- Reissue Producer – Ethel Gabriel
- Remastered By – Ernie Oelrich*
Stereo effect reprocessed from monophonic.
B4, D4 * Recorded in true Stereo
A2, B2, C4, C5, D3: ASCAP
A3, A4, A5, B1, B3, B4, C1, C2, C3, D1, D2, D4: BMI
RCA Corporation - Made in U.S.A.
© 1971 RCA Records, New York, N.Y.
Printed in U.S.A.
Record One: Side 1, Side 4
Record Two: Side 2, Side 3
Homer & Jethro appears on front of sleeve and labels; Homer And Jethro appears on spine.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label side 1): CXS-9012(e)-1 (ACRS-6021)
- Matrix / Runout (Label side 2): CXS-9012(e)-2 (ACRS-6023)
- Matrix / Runout (Label side 3): CXS-9012(e)-2 (ACRS-6024)
- Matrix / Runout (Label side 4): CXS-9012(e)-1 (ACRS-6022)
- Matrix / Runout (Etched side 1): ACRS-6021- 6S AIA R
- Matrix / Runout (Etched side 2): ACRS-6023-1S BIB R
- Matrix / Runout (Etched side 3): ACRS -6024-1S - A2 D R
- Matrix / Runout (Etched side 4): ACRS-6022- 1S - AI H R
- Rights Society: ASCAP, BMI
- Other (Back of sleeve): 3/CXS9012
Homer and Jethro were the stage names of American country music duo Henry D. "Homer" Haynes (1920–1971) and Kenneth C. "Jethro" Burns (1920–1989), popular from the 1940s through the 1960s on radio and television for their satirical versions of popular songs. Known as the Thinking Man's Hillbillies, they received a Grammy in 1959 and are members of the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Record One: Side 1, Side 4 Record Two: Side 2, Side 3. Homer & Jethro appears on front of sleeve and labels; Homer And Jethro appears on spine. Matrix, Runout (Label side 1): CXS-9012(e)-1 (ACRS-6021). Matrix, Runout (Label side 2): CXS-9012(e)-2 (ACRS-6023). Matrix, Runout (Label side 3): CXS-9012(e)-2 (ACRS-6024). Matrix, Runout (Label side 4): CXS-9012(e)-1 (ACRS-6022). Matrix, Runout (Etched side 1): ACRS-6021- 6S AIA R.
Homer & Jethro were a popular country comedy duo who continued to record together for decades until the death of Homer. This long-out-of-print live LP was taped at the Hillwood Country Club in Nashville, with many country celebrities evidently on hand, including Grandpa Jones, Jim Reeves, Chet Atkins (the album's producer), and Archie Campbell (the latter wrote the liner notes).
Homer & Jethro (the stage names of guitarist Henry Haynes and mandolin player Kenneth Burns) were a country duo active from the 1940’s to the 1960’s, famous for satirical parodies often set to country or bluegrass variations of popular tunes. Known as the thinking man’s hillbillies. They poked fun at current events, popular musicians, and early rock & roll. A precursor to Hee-Haw style comedy.
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The best comedy albums of the 1960s take different approaches to making listeners laugh. Some Grammy-nominated comedians are observational comics, while other hilarious acts combine music and stand-up into their releases. Many of the comedians behind these Grammy-nominated 1960s albums also have their own popular stand-up specials. What laugh-out-loud releases will you find on this 1960s comedy albums list? Throughout the decade, one comedian stood head and shoulders above the rest. Future sitcom star Bill Cosby won six consecutive Grammy Awards for Best Comedy Album from 1965–1970. Homer & Jethro at the Country Club Homer and Jethro. Nominated for Best Musical Comedy Album in 1961. 12. 4 1. Mom Always Liked You Best Smothers Brothers.
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