Griddle Greasin' Daddies And Dirty Cowboys ORIGINAL RECORDINGS REMASTERED
Banned from the radio! Risqué Country music from the 1940s and early 1950s. Rowdy and lewd Hillbilly at its best. Kicking off this set is the Hillbilly classic "Birthday Cake Song" sung, with subdued rasping by it's composer Billy Hughes! Featuring the original recording of "The Tattooed Lady" with Skeets McDonald. This song was so popular, it was re-recorded and re-released with the same issue number!
by Billy Hughes
by Bucky Bates
by Hank Penny
by Hank Brown
by Hank Penny
by Randy Hughes
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A majority of the songs should have never been released, let alone re-released.
Rather than critique the general dismal badness of this CD, I will highlight the tracks which have some quality. Taint Big Enough features a fine country vocal lamenting the most ancient of womankind's complaints. The Freckle Song is cute and nasty and features some nice Western Swing orchestration. Eskimo Nell is a good song done well here, though not exceptionally risque. I recently looked at this item again and noted you can now download the songs individually. Eskimo Nell is well worth downloading--it has been one of my favorite songs on my MP3 player for a few years. The rest of the CD sounds like a smarmy amateur
I should note, if you have read the other review, that the cowgirl picture on the back of the CD is even hotter than the one on the front.