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In the late 1960s, Nashville prime time television was dominated by country music. Viewers were treated to the lysergic hayseed-isms of THE PORTER WAGONER SHOW, the pastel psychedelia of THOSE SINGIN' SWINGIN' STOMPIN' SENSATIONAL STONEMANS, and the beer and laxative commercials that erupted in between It was possible to channel surf between the multitude of country stars. Snake oil and lube. Primate and convict. While hick salesmen peddled their wares, hillbillies sang laments of heartbreak and tax slave revolt, saloon booze ups and death row fuckups. This disc can be played in lip-sync (with standardized applause) or live in the studio to hear some of your favorite country music stars of yesteryear, broadcast from Music City U.S.A.
In the late 1960s, Nashville prime time television was dominated by country music. Viewers were treated to the lysergic hayseed-isms of THE PORTER WAGONER SHOW, the pastel psychedelia of THOSE SINGIN' SWINGIN' STOMPIN' SENSATIONAL STONEMANS, and the beer and laxative commercials that erupted in between It was possible to channel surf between the multitude of country stars. Snake oil and lube. Primate and convict. While hick salesmen peddled their wares, hillbillies sang laments of heartbreak and tax slave revolt, saloon booze ups and death row fuckups. This disc can be played in lip-sync (with standardized applause) or live in the studio to hear some of your favorite country music stars of yesteryear, broadcast from Music City U.S.A.
934334411273

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Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 10/06/2023
UPC: 934334411273

Nashville Gold: Hayseed Delirium From Boob Tube
Artist: Nashville Gold: Hayseed Delirium From Boob Tube
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. Porter Wagoner - Wino
2. The Stonemans - Tupelo County Jail
3. Hank Thompson - Cocaine Blues
4. Dick Curless - Loser's Cocktail
5. Webb Pierce - the Good Lord Giveth (And the Government Taketh Away)
6. Anita Carter - Tulsa County
7. Roger Miller - a Million Years or So
8. Dolly Parton - Daddy Come and Get Me
9. The Stonemans - I Am the Grass
10. Pete Drake - Oriental Twist
11. Porter Wagoner - Sing Me Back Home
12. Norma Jean - I Wouldn't Buy a Used Car from Him
13. Roger Miller - Do-Wacka-Do
14. Tommy Collins - All of the Monkeys Ain't in the Zoo
15. Mel Tillis - I Could Have Gone Right (Just As Easy As I Went Wrong)
16. Porter Wagoner - Pictures from Life's Other Side
17. George Hamilton IV - Urge for Going
18. Gil Trythall ; His Yakety Moog - Yakety Moog

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In the late 1960s, Nashville prime time television was dominated by country music. Viewers were treated to the lysergic hayseed-isms of THE PORTER WAGONER SHOW, the pastel psychedelia of THOSE SINGIN' SWINGIN' STOMPIN' SENSATIONAL STONEMANS, and the beer and laxative commercials that erupted in between It was possible to channel surf between the multitude of country stars. Snake oil and lube. Primate and convict. While hick salesmen peddled their wares, hillbillies sang laments of heartbreak and tax slave revolt, saloon booze ups and death row fuckups. This disc can be played in lip-sync (with standardized applause) or live in the studio to hear some of your favorite country music stars of yesteryear, broadcast from Music City U.S.A.
        
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