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Friday, May 01, 2009

PICK'N AND A-GRIN'N


by The Thrasher Brothers
"...those Singing Americans"


PRESTIGE RECORDS
760834
1970s
STEREO


Recorded at Prestige Productions
KENNY WALLIS - Recording Engineer
GOLDIE ASHTON - Drums
ROGER HALLMARK - Lead/Rhythm Guitar
RANDY McDANIEL - Piano
BOB SIMMONS - Steel Guitar

THRASHER BROTHERS
BOX 2868
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 35212





SIDE A:



WHAT A BEAUTIFUL DAY
TEDDY BEAR
READY TO LEAVE
AMAZING GRACE
DOWN BY THE RIVERSIDE (Instrumental)

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SIDE B:



COME ON DOWN
SING THE GLORY DOWN
I'VE GOT THAT OLD TIME RELIGION
WHEN IT'S MY TIME
PLEASE SEARCH THE BOOK AGAIN

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Editor's note: these there fellers shar ken sang. Seriously, they can. Plus the sound of the record is top notch for a lesser tier production company. I think the most ironic and best thing about the album though is that "TEDDY BEAR" seems to be the inspiration for Red Peters' "The Ballad of a Dog Named Stains".

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