Ray Stevens' debut album was originally released in 1962 as 1,837 Seconds Of Humour and made a brief appearance on the US charts, peaking at #135. Nine years later the bulk of the album was re-released by Pickwick, although under a new title (Rock & Roll Show), minus two tracks (The Rockin' Boppin' Waltz and Further More) and with a new front cover. Overall the album gives a unique insight to the humourous style of Ray Stevens, which would later result in major hits such as The Streak.
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