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Daisy A Day Single

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MGM SE 4898 (1973)

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  • Vinyl
  • Format: Single
  • Label: MGM
  • ASIN: B000TZ1IMK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #320,313 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By AvidOldiesCollector TOP 500 REVIEWER on December 12, 2012
When Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In was nearing the end of its 1967 to 1973 run on TV, a new regular and ultimately extremely popular performer was added in 1972 in the person of singer/songwriter and tenor banjo player Judd Strunk. Born Justin Roderick Strunk, Jr. in Jamestown, New York on June 11, 1936, he eventually made a farm he had purchased in Eustis, Maine as his home base, writing most of his own music, much of it leaning towards the humourous side. In 1969 he appeared on record for the first time with the Moto-Ski promotional disc The Santa Song (Santa's gotta Moto-Ski) b/w A Special Christmas Tree. By the following year he was with Columbia where he released the single David's Place b/w Lion In The Park in March 1970 on Columbia 4-45121.

Neither side charted nationally, but did well enough on a regional basis to earn him this LP titled "Judd Strunk's Downeast Viewpoint" (Columbia CS-9990) which emerged in late April 1970 containing: 1. David's Place; 2. Goodbye Mr. Rags; 3. Lions In The Park; 4. Green Bay; 5. Downeast Viewpoint; 6. It Might Not Have Been This Way; 7. Penny Millionaire; 8. Mr. Bojangles; 9. Allied Chemical Square; 10. Children At Play; 12. Self-Eating Watermelon. And from that album emerged the July 1970 single Children At Play b/w Self-Eating Watermelon on Columbia 4-45189. Again with no national success. The LP would be re-released in 1973 as Harmony KH-32344 under the title "Mr. Bojangles And Other Favorites" with track 4 removed.

In 1971 he had Bill Jones General Store b/w The Runaway come out on the small CoBurt 108 but while it too failed nationally it did attract MGM's attention who leased it and then had him record the album "Jones General Store" (see the contents in the Comments below).
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By JJJ on November 3, 2012
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I heard the song about 3yrs-ago "Daisey A Day" in an AM-RADIO790 station here in Florida. I finally found it (and who wrote/sung-it)about half-yr-ago, and ordered the [45rpm] copy to make sure it was what I remembered. The lyrical-poem of the storyline was immediately etched into mymind and heart. I first heard it while driving and I had to pull-over to cry...happy and sad at the same time. I knew a few old-tymer/married-couples when I was a kid (50's) who were still in love in their 70's and up...realy still in love...they almost glowed!
I then bought the album to make sure I had 2-coppies, plus, I found out I liked some of his other-songs, also. Never heard of Mr. Jud, but was worth knowing him through his song. I have a boyhood friend who is a part-time guitarist(didn't quit his day-gig) and his early work does the same thing.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J-Boy on October 25, 2011
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Great, hard to find album from the Rowan and Martin Laugh-In days. Jud was a regular on Laugh-In for a year or two toward the end of the show's run.
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By annie60 on June 2, 2013
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I LIVED IN MAINE IN THE 60s. AND BOUGHT THIS WHEN IT CAME OUT AND IT TAKES ME BACK TO CUMBERLAND CENTER EVERYTIME I PLAY IT.
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