Duo Country humoristique US formé en 1932. Homer Haynes né Henry Doyle Haynes, le 27 juillet 1920 à Knoxville (Tennessee), décédé le 7 août 1971 et Jethro Burns né Kenneth D. Burns le 10 mars 1920 à Conasauga (Tennessee), décédé le 4 février 1989.

Known as "the thinking man's hillbillies," Homer Haynes and Jethro Burns got a lot of mileage out of an act that shouldn't have lasted or gone as far as it did, at least on the surface of things. Certainly there were other, far more established duos mining similar turf on the country music circuit, with Lonzo & Oscar leading the way. But Homer & Jethro were far more than just two hayseeds doing cornball send-ups of pop tunes. Underneath the cornpone facade were two top-flight musicians with a decidedly perverse sense of humor and a keen sense of satire.
Homer D. Haynes was the older of the two men, born in Knoxville, TN, on July 27, 1918. Jethro was born with the decidedly non-show biz moniker of Kenneth D. Burns also in Knoxville on March 10, 1923. The duo met in their early teens and started playing music together almost immediately, with Haynes on guitar and Burns alternating between mandolin and banjo. In the mid-'30s they began working on local radio station WNOX as part of a larger group, the String Dusters. One night, the boys heard a radio broadcast of a pop singer doing a broad — and fairly denigrating — takeoff of a hillbilly singer singing a country tune. Using exaggerated vowel and consonant stressing (trademarks of bluegrass singing) and deliberately going off-key as much as possible, the singer's performance irked the duo to no end. They decided right then and there that payback was the only logical solution to this kind of insult. From here on out, they would take current popular songs and send them up as hillbilly renditions, performed in deadpan earnest by Haynes and Burns, who now took the stage name of Jethro. They started working in the act while the rest of the group took a break during the broadcast. The new duo's "intermission" turn proved to be immensely popular and within four years' time, their characters and their timing were fully honed to a razor edge.
By 1938, they had broken off from the String Dusters and moved up to the more prestigious Renfro Valley Barn Dance, later broadcasting on the Chicago-based Plantation Party. World War II split the duo up, with Homer serving in Europe and Jethro serving in the Pacific theater. Getting back together after their respective discharges, they started up their radio appearances again, this time working on the Cincinnati-based Midwestern Hayride. Their recording careers also began during this time period, signing with King Records out of Cincinnati, issuing several 78s between 1946 and 1948. By the end of the year, country producer legend Steve Sholes had signed them to RCA Victor, where they would spend the rest of their recording careers, cutting records — especially in the '60s — as if nothing could contain them. The duo joined up briefly with Spike Jones & His City Slickers, appearing in the stage show for a while, recording at least one session with him in 1950 ("Pal-Yat-Chee"), and letting Jones' agency handle all their bookings.
It was in the late '40s into the 1950s, basing themselves out of the Windy City, that the duo hit their true stride. Their first big hit was a takeoff on "Baby, It's Cold Outside" with a quite young June Carter contributing on vocals. The success of this single brought them to the attention of powerful radio station WLS, thus securing Homer & Jethro a regular spot on the National Barn Dance. Joining in 1949, the duo would stay faithful to the original version of the Grand Ole Opry, staying with the show until 1958. The national hookup did wonders for their career, which got an added boost when they started working double duty as regulars on Don McNeil's Breakfast Club, one of the top-rated morning-radio chat shows of its time, also based out of Chicago. The 1950s found them scoring big with numerous guest shots on television. The beauty of Homer & Jethro (as opposed to another country novelty act) was that they could work anywhere and be understood. They could be on the bill with Roy Rogers or trading cornball putdowns with Jimmy Dean or slickly one-upping Johnny Carson, and they always held their own. As time went on, their act became more deadpan and, if anything, even more polished, as if to distance themselves from everything else that had existed before them in their little corner of the country world. State-fair work was replaced with the glitzier surroundings of Las Vegas and the like. RCA Victor Living Stereo album covers aside, Homer & Jethro never had to dress up in bib overalls and play hicks to get their act over. If anything, the straighter they dressed and the straighter they acted, the funnier they were.
They were still singing with broad accents, but the satires were getting more acerbic with each release, giving rise to their lasting sobriquet as "the thinking man's hillbillies." Their satire of Patti Page's "How Much Is That Doggie in the Window?" (Homer & Jethro'd into "How Much Is That Hound Dog in the Winder?") became their first crossover hit in 1953. In 1959, the duo won their first — and only — Grammy award for "The Battle of Kookamonga," their hilarious spoof of Johnny Horton's "The Battle of New Orleans," a country crossover record that cut a wide swath on the charts that year.
When Southern country humor became a small phenomenon of the 1960s with the success of television shows like The Beverly Hillbillies, Petticoat Junction, and Green Acres, Homer & Jethro's career went into overdrive. They (and RCA Victor) released an avalanche of records like there was no tomorrow, issuing eight albums of new material between 1966 and 1967 alone. Their studio efforts were produced by Chet Atkins with the cream of Nashville sidemen, and one album, Playing It Straight, found them in an all-instrumental setting, showing there were chops aplenty behind the cornball vocals and broad satires. The duo also participated in a wildly successful advertising campaign in the mid-'60s for Kellogg's Corn Flakes, even issuing an album based on the ad's catch phrase, Ooh, That's Corny!, to brisk sales.
The duo continued until Homer's death in 1971. Jethro went into semiretirement for a few years, being coaxed back into show business by folksinger Steve Goodman, who brought him out on tour, spotlighting him to much recognition as a fine jazz-influenced mandolinist. Homer & Jethro were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001.

Talents : Homer : Vocal, Guitar - Jethro : Vocal, Mandolin, Banjo

Style musical : Traditional Country, Country Comedy

BABY, IT'S COLD OUTSIDE (1949) (with June Carter)

YALLER ROSE OF TEXAS YOU ALL (1955)

SIXTEEN TONS (1956)

CIGARETTES, WHISKY AND WILD WOMEN (1957)

Années en activité :

1910 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 2000

DISCOGRAPHY

78 t., Singles & EP

10/1946 78 t. KING 571 (US) . Five Minutes More / Rye Whiskey
11/1946 78 t. KING 583 (US) . Boll Weevil / Don't Let Your Sweet Love Die
01/1947 78 t. KING 596 (US) . Over The Rainbow / Ground Hog
03/1947 78 t. KING 615 (US) . Cielito Linto / For Sentimental Reasons
05/1947 78 t. KING 620 (US) . Bill Bailey Won't You Come Home / Managua Nicaragua
06/1947 78 t. KING 623 (US) . I'll Close My Eyes / Symphony
10/1947 78 t. KING 659 (US) . Donkey Serenade / Fly Birdie Fly
02/1948 78 t. KING 682 (US) . Three Nights Experience / I Wonder Who's Kissing You Now
03/1948 78 t. KING 695 (US) . Oh You Beautiful Gal / (Don't Telephone Don't Telegraph) Tell A Woman
04/1948 78 t. KING 701 (US) . Gotta See My Mama Every Night / It Bruised Her Somewhat
07/1948 78 t. KING 721 (US) . Glow Worm / It's Bloody War
09/1948 78 t. KING 731 (US) . Blue Tailed Fly / All Night Long
01/1949 78 t. KING 749 (US) . Goodbye Old Booze / I Feel That Old Age Creeping On
05/1949 78 t. KING 773 (US) . Girl In Police Gazette / Poor Little Liza Poor Girl
06/1949 78 t. RCA VICTOR 21-0078 (US) . HOMER & JETHRO & June CARTER - Baby It's Cold Outside / Country Girl
06/1949 SP RCA VICTOR 48-0075 (US) . HOMER & JETHRO & June CARTER - Baby It's Cold Outside / Country Girl
07/1949 78 t. RCA VICTOR 21-0087 (US) . Waltz With Me / Roll Along Kentucky Moon (Homer HAYNES)
07/1949 SP RCA VICTOR 48-0086 (US) . Waltz With Me / Roll Along Kentucky Moon (Homer HAYNES)
10/1949 78 t. RCA VICTOR 21-0110 (US) . Tennessee Border No 2 / I'm Gettin' Older Every Day
10/1949 SP RCA VICTOR 48-0144 (US) . Tennessee Border No 2 / I'm Gettin' Older Every Day
10/1949 78 t. KING 809 (US) . Always / Poor Little Liza Poor Girl
12/1949 78 t. RCA VICTOR 21-0140 (US) . HOMER & JETHRO & June CARTER - Wedding Of Hillbilly Lily Marlene / Huckle Buck
12/1949 SP RCA VICTOR 48-0144 (US) . HOMER & JETHRO & June CARTER - Wedding Of Hillbilly Lily Marlene / Huckle Buck
01/1950 78 t. RCA VICTOR 21-0162 (US) . I've Got Tears In My Ears / She Made Toothpicks Of The Timber Of My Heart
01/1950 SP RCA VICTOR 48-0170 (US) . I've Got Tears In My Ears / She Made Toothpicks Of The Timber Of My Heart
01/1950 78 t. RCA VICTOR 21-0169 (US) . HOMER & JETHRO & June CARTER - I Said My Nightshirt (And Put On My Pray'rs) / (Put Another Nickel In) Music! Music! Music!
01/1950 SP RCA VICTOR 48-0181 (US) . HOMER & JETHRO & June CARTER - I Said My Nightshirt (And Put On My Pray'rs) / (Put Another Nickel In) Music! Music! Music!
06/1950 SP RCA VICTOR 48-0349 (US) . Poison Pete / ?
12/1950 SP RCA VICTOR 48-0404 (US) . Oh Babe / ?
03/1951 SP RCA VICTOR 48-0446 (US) . I'm Movin' On No 2 / So Long No 2
06/1951 SP RCA VICTOR 48-0468 (US) . King-Sized Baby / That Texas Land
07/1951 SP RCA VICTOR 48-0484 (US) . HOMER & JETHRO & June CARTER - Knock Neel Suzie / She Loves To Cry
07/1951 SP RCA VICTOR 47-4239 (US) . Sound Off No 3 / I Love You A Thousand Ways
09/1951 SP RCA VICTOR 47-4290 (US) . Too Young / Too Old To Cut The Mustard
11/1951 SP RCA VICTOR 47-4397 (US) . Alabama Jubilee / Cold Cold Heart No 2
1951 SP KING / FEDERAL 10004 (US) . Night And Day / When It's Long Handle Time In Tennessee
1951 SP KING / FEDERAL 10019 (US) . I'm Glad I Waited For You / Margie
02/1952 SP RCA VICTOR 47-4557 (US) . Slow Poke No 2 / When It's Tooth Pickin' Time In False Teeth Valley
05/1952 SP RCA VICTOR 47-4770 (US) . I'm Yorn / Li'l Ole Kiss Of Fire
08/1952 SP RCA VICTOR 47-4936 (US) . Billboard Song / Child Psychology
10/1952 SP RCA VICTOR 47-5043 (US) . Jam-Bowl-Liar / You Belong To Me No 2
11/1952 SP RCA VICTOR 47-5099 (US) . Screwball's Love Song / Settin' The Woods On Fire No 2
1952 EP RCA VICTOR EPA 226 (US) HOMER & JETHRO MURDER THE STANDARDS
02/1953 SP RCA VICTOR 47-5214 (US) . Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyeballs / Unhappy Day
03/1953 SP RCA VICTOR 47-5280 (US) . (How Much Is) That Hound Dog In The Window / Poor Ol' Koo-Liger
06/1953 SP RCA VICTOR 47-5372 (US) . Mexican Joe No 67-8 / I'm Walking Behind You
08/1953 SP RCA VICTOR 47-5429 (US) . Gambler's Gift Box / Your Clobbered Heart
10/1953 SP RCA VICTOR 47-5456 (US) . I Saw Mommy Smoochin' Santa Claus / All I Want For Christmas Is My Upper Plate
10/1953 SP RCA VICTOR 47-5472 (US) . Pal-Yat-Chee / Dragnet (with Spike JONES)
11/1953 SP RCA VICTOR 47-5555 (US) . You-Ewe-You / Hay Shmo
1953 SP KING 45-1216 (US) . Long Handle Line / Don't Let Your Sweet Love Die
1953 EP RCA VICTOR EPA 3112 (US) HOMER & JETHRO FRACTURE FRANK LOESSER
1953 EP RCA VICTOR EPA 424 (US) KID THE TOP POPS
11/1953 EP RCA VICTOR EPA 499 (US) HOMER & JETHRO ASSAULT THE TOP POPS - (How Much Is) That Hound Dog In The Window / Pore Ol' Koo-Liger / I'll Never Waltz Again With You / Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyeballs
12/1953 EP RCA VICTOR EPA 534 (US) SEASONED GREETINGS : HOMER & JETHRO - (All I Want For Christmas Is) My Upper Plate / I Saw Mommy Smoochin' Santy Claus / Randolph The Flat-Nosed Reindeer / Frosty The De-Frosted Snow Man
02/1954 SP RCA VICTOR 47-5633 (US) . Oh My Poppy / Swappin' Partners
04/1954 SP RCA VICTOR 47-5708 (US) . That Tired Run Down Feeling / Crazy Mixed-Up Song
07/1954 SP RCA VICTOR 47-5788 (US) . Hernando's Hideaway / Wanted
10/1954 SP RCA VICTOR 47-5867 (US) . Hey There / They Were Doin' The Mambo
11/1954 SP RCA VICTOR 47-5903 (US) . Santy Baby / Night After Christmas
02/1955 SP RCA VICTOR 47-6029 (US) . Mr Sandman / Nutty Lady Of Shady Lane
03/1955 SP RCA VICTOR 47-6053 (US) . Let Me Go Blubber / Over The Rainbow 707
07/1955 SP RCA VICTOR 47-6178 (US) . Ballad Of Davy Crew-Cut / Homer And Jethro's Pickin' And Singin' Medley No 1
09/1955 SP RCA VICTOR 47-6241 (US) . Yaller Rose Of Texas You All / Listen To The Gooney Bird
11/1955 SP RCA VICTOR 47-6322 (US) . Nuttin' For Christmas / Santy's Movin' On
12/1955 SP RCA VICTOR 47-6342 (US) . Sifting Whimpering Sands / They Laid Him In The Ground
1955 EP RCA VICTOR EPA 580 (US) Hernando's Hideaway / Secret Love / I Really Don't Want To Know / Wanted
1955 EP RCA VICTOR EPA 595 (US) Let Me Go Blubber / Over The Rainbow / Mister Sandman / Nutty Lady Shady Lane
01/1956 SP RCA VICTOR 47-6374 (US) . Love And Marriage / This Is A Wife
05/1956 SP RCA VICTOR 47-6542 (US) . Heart Brake Motel / Two Tone Shoes
09/1956 SP RCA VICTOR 47-6651 (US) . Where Is The Doggone Girl Of Mine / Just Be Here
10/1956 SP RCA VICTOR 47-6706 (US) . Hound Dawg / Screen Door
1956 EP RCA VICTOR EPA 716 (US) THIS IS A WIFE AND SIXTEEN TONS - This Is A Wife / This Is A Husband / Love And Marriage / Sixteen Tons
02/1957 SP RCA VICTOR 47-6765 (US) . I'm My Own Grandpa / ?
06/1957 SP RCA VICTOR 47-6954 (US) . Gone / Ramblin' Rose
10/1957 SP RCA VICTOR 47-7030 (US) . My Dog Likes Your Dog / Kentucky
1957 EP RCA VICTOR EPB1-2 1412 (US) Barefoot Ballads Part 1 / Barefoot Ballads Part 2
1957 EP RCA VICTOR EPB 1560 (US) WORST OF HOMER & JETHRO
02/1958 SP RCA VICTOR 47-7162 (US) . At The Flop (At The Hop) / My Special Angel
06/1958 SP RCA VICTOR 47-7277 (US) . Rock Boogie / ?
08/1958 SP RCA VICTOR 47-7342 (US) . I Guess Things Happen That Way / Lullaby Of Bird Dog
1958 EP KING EP-317 (US) HOMER & JETHRO ENCORE
03/1959 SP RCA VICTOR 47-7493 (US) . Don't Sing-Along / Middle-Aged Teenager
07/1959 SP RCA VICTOR 47-7585 (US) . Battle Of Kookamanga / Waterloo
1959 EP AUDIO LAB EP-4 (US) HOMER & JETHRO
02/1960 SP RCA VICTOR 47-7704 (US) . That's Good That's Bad / El-Paso Numero Dos
06/1960 SP RCA VICTOR 47-7744 (US) . He'll Have To Go / Sink The Bismarck
09/1960 SP RCA VICTOR 47-7790 (US) . Please Help Me I'm Fallin' / Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie
02/1961 SP RCA VICTOR 47-7852 (US) . Are You Lonesome Tonight / I Love Your Pizza
08/1962 SP RCA VICTOR 47-8075 (US) . She Thinks I Don't Care / Are You Kissing More Now (But Enjoying It Less)
05/1963 SP KING 45-5747 (réédition) (US) . Five Minutes More / (Don't Telephone Don't Telegraph) Tell A Woman
02/1964 SP RCA VICTOR 47-8305 (US) . Joe Bean / Freda On The Freeway
03/1964 SP RCA VICTOR 47-8345 (US) . I Want To Hold Your Hand / She Loves You
05/1965 SP RCA VICTOR 47-8604 (US) . Tenderly / Misty
08/1965 SP RCA VICTOR 47-8664 (US) . King Of The Camp / Camp Runaway
07/1966 SP RCA VICTOR 47-8874 (US) . Finished Musicians / Act Naturally
02/1967 SP RCA VICTOR 47-9130 (US) . Nashville Cats / Winchester Cathedral
08/1967 SP RCA VICTOR 47-9299 (US) . Somethin' Stupid / Ballad Of Roger Miller
07/1968 SP RCA VICTOR 47-9581 (US) . Hill Billy Hippie / ?
11/1968 SP RCA VICTOR 47-9674 (US) . Gal From Possum Holler / There Ain't A Chicken' Safe In Tennessee
06/1970 SP RCA VICTOR 47-9866 (US) . You Smell Like Turtles / Daddy Played First Bass
10/1970 SP RCA VICTOR 47-9922 (US) . Punny Farm / Hello Darlin' No 2
09/1971 SP RCA VICTOR 74-0566 (US) . We Didn't Make It Through The Night / For The Good Times
19?? SP RCA VICTOR 547-0248 (réédition)(US) . My Darling My Darling / Bushel And A Peck
19?? SP RCA VICTOR 547-0249 (réédition)(US) . Moon Of Manakoora / Baby It's Cold Outside

Albums

1953 LP 10" RCA VICTOR LPM 3112 (US) HOMER AND JETHRO FRACTURE FRANK LOESSER - My Darling My Darling / Goshel And A Peck / Moon Of Manakoora / Baby It's Cold Outside / Have I Stayed Away Too Long / On A Slow Boat To China / If I Were A Bell, Once In Love With Amy
1957 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LPM 1412 (US) BAREFOOT BALLADS - Cigarettes Whisky And Wild Wild Women / West Virginia Hills / Sweet Fern / I'll Go Chasin' Women / Frozen Logger / Ground Hog / Keep Them Cold Icy Fingers / Boll Weevil No 2 / High Geared Daddy / Dig Me A Grave In Missouri / Tennessee Tennessee / Down Where The Watermelons Grow
1957 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LPM 1560 (US) THE WORST OF HOMER AND JETHRO - Hey There / Baby It's Cold Outside / Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyeballs / Pal-Yat-Chee / Huckle Buck / Billboard Song / I'm Movin' On No 2 / Love And Marriage / Hart Brake Motel / How Much Is That Hound Dog In The Window / Jam-Bowl-Liar (Jambalaya) / You Belong To Me No 2
01/1959 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LPM 1880 (mono) / LPS 1880 (stereo) (US) LIFE CAN BE MISERABLE - Oh Lonesome Me / Life Can Be Miserable / There's An Empty Hanger In My Closet Tonight / Drafted Volunteer / Don't Monkey Around My Widder / She's Went And Gone Away / Love Is The Craziest Thing / Have I Told You Lately That I Love You / Oh That's Terrible / I Don't Think My Hal Loves Me Anymore / I'll Go On A Diet Tomorrow / Monkey And The Baboon
1959 LP 12" AUDIO LAB AL 1513 (US) MUSICAL MADNESS - Boll Weevil / Blue Tail Fly / I Feel That Old Age Creeping On / Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home / It Bruised Her Somewhat / Goodbye Old Booze / Rye Whiskey / Cieltto Lindo / Poor Little Liza Poor Girl / All Night Long / Three Night Experience
1959 LP 12" GUEST STAR GS 1428 (US) DON'T BE CORNFUSED - Boll Weevil / Ground Hog / Sharp Shooting Gal / Chip Off Your Shoulder / Turkey In The Straw / Cielito Lindo / Rye Whiskey / Chicken In The Pan / They're Laughing At Me / On Top Of Old Smokey
1959 LP 12" KING 639 (US) THEY SURE ARE CORNY - Five Minutes More / Always / Donkey Serenade / Glow Worm / I'm Glad I / Waited For You / For Sentimental Reasons / Night And Day / Symphony / I Wonder / Who's Kissing Her Now / Margie / I'll Close My Eyes / Managua Nicaragua
1960 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 2181 (US) HOMER & JETHRO AT THE COUNTRY CLUB - Introduction / Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyeballs / Let Me Go Blubber / Fascination / Sixteen Tons / Lullaby Of Bird Dog / C-Jam Blues / Billboard Song / Yaller Rose Of Texas / San Antonio Rose / Battle Of Kookamonga / How Much Is That Hound Dog In The Window / Skater's Waltz / Hart Brake Motel
1961 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 2286 (US) SONGS MY MOTHER NEVER SANG - Among My Souvenirs / Sweet Violets / Come Here Little Wifey / Tatooed Lady / Please Help Me I'm Falling / How Come There's No Dog Day / I Love Your Pizza / Don't Jump Off The Roof Dad / Will You Love Me When / She Was Bitten On The Udder By An Adder / In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree
1962 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 2455 (US) ZANY SONGS OF THE 30'S - Flat Foot Floogee / Three Little Fishies / Friendship / Hold Tight Hold Tight (Want Some Sea Food Mama) / Hut Sut Song / Dipsy Doodle / I'm An Old Cowhand / Mairzy Doats / Rhythm In My Nursery Rhymes / Bei Mir Bist Du Schon / Your Feet Too Big / Music Goes Round And Round
1962 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 2459 (US) PLAYING IT STRAIGHT - If Dreams Come True / I Want To Be Happy / Melody From Raymond / Don't Be That Way / It's All Right With Me / Autumn Leaves / I'm Looking Over A Four Leaf Clover / Around The World / Homer And Jethro Boogie / Tico Tico / Nanner Puddin' / I've Found A New Baby
1962 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 2492 (US) HOMER AND JETHRO AT THE CONVENTION - Big Bad John / San Antonio Rose / Tennessee Waltz / He'll Have To Go / Sink The Bismarck / Malaguena / Nola / National Ember March / I Fall To Pieces / Flower Of The Wildwood / Sad Movies (Make Me Cry) / Ellie Mae
1962 LP 12" CAMDEN CAL 707 (US) STRIKE BACK - Mr Sandman / Let Me Go Blubber / Oh My Pappy / Gone / Oh Babe / Sound Off No 2 / Battle Of Kookamonga / Li'l Ole Kiss Of Fire / Unhappy Day / Too Young / I Really Don't Want To Know / Does The Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor
1963 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 2674 (US) GO WEST - Joe Bean / That Darling Still Of Mine / Ol' Paint / Roll On Deadorant Roll On / Oh Give Me A Home / Whoopie Ti Yi Yo / El Paso / Freda On The Freeway / Streets Of Weehawken / Down In The Alley / Oh Top Forty / I've Got No Use For The Women
1963 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 2743 (US) OOH, THAT'S CORNY - Ooh That's Corny / Does Anybody Here Play The Piano / Bread 'n Gravy / Charms Of The City Ain't For Me / She Made Toothpicks Of The Timber Of My Heart / I Can't Tell My Heart / Don't Go In The Lion's Cage Tonight / When Babana Skins Are Failing / I've Got Tears In My Eyes From Lying On My Back In Bed While I Cry Over You / I'll Never See Maggie Alone / I'm The Guy / Mama Get The Hammer
1963 LP 12" CAMDEN CAL 768 (US) THE HUMOROUS SIDE OF COUNTRY MUSIC - Pore Ol' Koo-Liger / Yaller Rose Of Texas You-All / Cold Cold Heart No 2 / Sixteen Tons / Ballad Of Davy Crew-Cut / He'll Have To Go / Your Clobbered Heart / Slowpoke No 2 / Tennessee Border No 2 / Screen Door / Unhappy Day / Pickin' And Singin' Medley No 1
1963 LP 12" KING 848 (US) CORNIER THAN CORN - Five Minutes More / It Bruised Her Somewhat / Goodbye Old Booze / Groundhog / It's A Bloody War / Fly Birdie Fly / Tell A Woman / Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home / When It's Long Handle Time In Tennessee / Poor Little Liza Poor Girl / Rye Whiskey / I Feel That Old Age Creeping On
1964 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 2928 (US) CORNFUCIUS SAY - Cornfucius Say / Doin' My Homework / Cousin John And Cousin Mabel / Dr Foo Man Choo / Mother Goose Is Chicken / Slowboat To China / Gonna Send 'em Home / Oh Golly Cornfucius / Darlin' You Look So Good To Me / Chow Hound's Lament / My Boss / Monsters Of The World Unite
1964 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 2954 (US) FRACTURED FOLK SONGS - Little Maggie / Mama Don't Whip Little Buford / Playboy Song / I Don't Give A Hoot (For The Nanny) / So Long (It's Been Good To Know Yuh) / Goodnight Irene / Why Don't You Wash Your Feet / After The Hangover's Over / Rye Whiskey / Fractured Folk Song / Jimmy Drinks Corn / Funny Farm
1965 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 3357 (US) TENDERLY AND OTHER GREAT LOVE BALLADS - Tenderly / I Got Rhythm / Fly Me To The Moon / Moon River / Arrivederci Roma / Baubles Bangles And Beads / Misty / Laura / I'm In The Mood For Love / You Made Me Love You / Donkey Serenade / Very Thought Of You
1965 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 3462 (US) THE OLD CRUSTY MINSTRELS - King Of The Camp / Red Roses For A Blue Lady / Cotton Fields / She Broke My Heart At Walgreens / Old Potato Peel Booze / Chase Is On / I'm Gonna Live In The Great Society / Charlie Cheated On His Income Tax / One On The Right Was On The Left / Egg Eatin' Dog / People Who Like People / Camp Runamuck
1965 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 3474 (US) THE BEST OF HOMER AND JETHRO - Battle Of Kookamonga / Let Me Go Blubber / Pore Ol' Koo-Liger / Cold Cold Heart No 2 / Baby It's Cold Outside / I'm Movin' On No 2 / Sixteen Tons / He'll Have To Go / Mr Sandman / How Much Is That Hound Dog In The Window / Hart Brake Motel / Jam-Bowl-Liar (Jambalaya)
1966 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 3538 (US) ANY NEWS FROM NASHVILLE - Act Naturally No 2 / No 1 Fan / Sweet Words / Folk Singer Song / Hallelujah I'm A Bum / It Makes No Difference Now / Finished Musicians / Loveliest Record / Dear Don Bowman / Any News From Nashville / I Can't Afford To Be A Star / I Can Do Without Nashville
1966 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 3673 (US) WANTED FOR MURDER - I Love You Drops / No Hair Sam (Mohair Sam) / He Loves Me / I Want To Go With You / Wanted For Murder / Great Men Repeat Themselves / I Don't Flirt Anymore (I Don't Hurt Anymore) / Drop Dead Little Darlin' / Laying Time (Crying Time) / I've Got A Tiger By The Tail / Good Little Boys / What A Lousy Day Was Yesterday
1966 LP 12" CAMDEN CAS 948 (US) SONGS TO TICKLE YOUR FUNNY BONE - You Tell Her I Stutter / Nutty Lady Of Shady Lane / Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Bikini / Melody Of Love / Listen To The Gooney Bird / Mama From The Train (A Kiss A Kiss) / They Were Doin' The Mambo / Hay Shmo / Don't Sing Along (On Top Of Old Smokey) / Houn' Dawg
1966 LP 12" KING 1005 (US) 24 GREAT SONGS - Five Mintues More / Night And Day / Always / Donkey Serenade / I'll Close My Eyes / Managua Nicaragua / Margie / For Sentimental Reasons / I'm Glad I Waited For You / I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now / Glow Worm / Symphony / Blue Tail Fly / Rye Whiskey / Cielito Lindo / It's A Bloody War / Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home / Boll Weevil / Three Night Experience / Poor Little Liza Poor Girl / Goodbe Old Booze / Fly Birdie Fly / It Bruised Her Somewhat / I Feel That Old Age Creeping On
1967 LP 12" CAMDEN CAS 2137 (US) SONGS FOR THE OUT CROWD - Settin' The Woods On Fire No 2 / Love And Marriage / Music Goes Round And Round / Your Feet's Too Big / Sifting Whimpering Sands / Flat Foot Floogie / At The Flop (At The Hop) / Hut-sut Song / When It's Tooth Pickin' Time In False Teeth Valley / Mairzy Doats
1967 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 3701 (US) IT AIN'T NECESSARILY SQUARE - Call Me / Li'l Darlin' / Broadway, More / Cute / Liza (All The Clouds'll Roll Away) / Shadow Of Your Smile / Weetest Sounds / Shiny Stockings / Satin Doll / Take The A Train
1967 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 3822 (US) NASHVILLE CATS - Nashville Cats / Light It Up / No Matter Where You Go / Go To Hal / Square Song / He's Goin' Down / She Loves You / Hillbilly Hands / Winchester Cathedral / Doctor Quincy Quack / Pusan U (Sioux City Sue) / Playin' Checkers With My Poodle
1967 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 3877 (US) SOMETHIN' STUPID - Ballad Of Roger Miller / Somethin' Stupid / Upside Down / Bagel Song / I Can Spell Banana / Kosher Chitlins / Laugh And Scratch / Smellin' Like A Rose / Human Cannonball / Pearl Handled Pocket Knife / Old Grand Dad / Sow Sow Sow Your Oats
1968 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 3973 (US) THERE'S NOTHIN' LIKE AN OLD HIPPIE - Hillbilly Hippie / I Crept Into The Crypt And Cried / Owed To Don Bowman / Four Room And Path / World's Oldest Teenager / Hootin' Holler Hilton Bar And Grill / Indian Trader / That Little Boy Of Mine / I Taught Her Everything She Knows / I Couldn't Spell Pffft, It Ain't No Fun To Be A Pigeon / Second Hundred Years
1968 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 4001 (US) COOL CRAZY CHRISTMAS - Nuttin' Fer Christmas / Frosty The Snowman / I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus / Santa Claus Thye Original Hippie / All I Want For Christmas Is My Upper Plate / Ornaments / Night Before Christmas / Jingle Bells / Rudolph The Flat Nosed Reindeer / Santa Baby / Santa's Movin' On / Nite After Christmas
1968 LP 12" NASHVILLE NLP 2072 (US) THE BEST - I Love You For Sentimental Reasons / Boll Weevil / It Bruised Her Somewhat / Rye Whiskey / I Feel That Old Age Creeping On / Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home / Cielito Lindo / When It's Long Handle Time In Tennessee / Groundhog / Goodbye Old Booze
1968 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 4024 (US) LIVE AT VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY - There's An Empty Hanger In My Closet Tonight / She Was Bitten On The Udder By An Adder / Jokin' Kind / Henry's John / Great Society / When You Wore A Tulip - Never On Sunday - Rain/Crazy Mixed Up Song / Lil' Darlin' / Turkish March And Cumana / Jitterburg Waltz
1969 LP 12" CAMDEN CAS 2315 (US) THE PLAYBOY SONG - Goodnight Irene / After The Hangover's Over / Jimmy Drinks Corn / Rye Whiskey / I Don't Give A Hoot (For The Nanny) / Fractured Folk Song / So Long (It's Been Good To Know Yuh) / Funny Farm / Playboy Song / Mama Don't Whip Little Buford
1969 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 4148 (US) NEXT ALBUM - There Ain't A Chicken Safe In Tennessee / Gal From Possum Holler / I Ain't Got A Worry In The World / Little Arrows / D-I-V-O-R-C-E (B-A-C-O-N And E-G-G-S) / What Have You Done For Me Lately / I Upped My Income (Up Yours) / Cap Driver / I Haven't The Foggiest / Pennsylvania Turnpike I Love You / Like Mother Used To Make / You Know A Thousand Ways
1971 LP 12" CAMDEN CXS 9012 (US) COUNTRY COMEDY - Pore Ol' Koo-Liger / Yeller Rose Of Texas / You All / Cold Cold Heart No 2 / Sixteen Tons / He'll Have To Go / Your Clobbered Heart / Slow Poke No 2 / Homer And Jethro Pickin' And Singin' Medley No 1 / Goodnight Irene / Settin' The Wood On Fire / Hut-Sut Song / You Tell Her I Stutter / Mr Sandman / Battle Of Kookamanga / I Really Don't Want To Know / So Long / Let Me Go Blubber / Does The Chewing Gum Lose It's Flavor
1972 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 4648 (US) THE FAR-OUT WORLD - Daddy Played First Base / Ballad Of Roger Miller / I Want A Rib / Drummer's Rib / Gal From Possum Holler / Fer The Good Times / Act Naturally No 2 / When A Man Loves A Woman / Don't It Make You Wanna Leave Home / We Didn't Make It Through The Night
1987 LP 12" BEAR FAMILY BF 15281 (DE) ASSAULT THE ROCK AND ROLL ERA - Houn' Dawg / Hart Brake Motel / Two Tone Shoes / Rock Boogie / At The Flop / Screen Door / Hernando's Hideaway / Middle Aged Teenager / Little Arrows / She Loves You / I Want To Hold Your Hand / No Hair Sam / Winchester Cathedral / Ballad Of Davy Crew-Cut / Yaller Rose Of Texas / You All / Battle Of Kookamonga
03/1997 CD RAZOR & TIE 82130 (US) AMERICA'S SONG BUTCHERS : THE WEIRD WORLD OF HOMER & JETHRO - Tennessee Border No.2 / Baby, It's Cold Outside / Tennessee, Tennessee / I'm Movin' On No.2 / Li'l Ole Kiss Of Fire / The Billboard Song / Jam-Bowl-Liar / You Belong To Me No.2 / Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyeballs / (How Much) Is That Hound Dog In The Window? / She Was Bitten On The Udder By An Adder / Hernando's Hideaway / Let Me Go, Blubber / Mister Sandman / Yaller Rose Of Texas, You All / Sixteen Tons / Hart-Brake Motel / The Battle Of Kookamonga / I Want To Hold Your Hand / Misty
08/2002 CD FEDERAL 501 (US) THE BEST OF HOMER & JETHRO - HALL OF FAME 2001 - Feel That Old Age Creeping On / Goodbye Old Booze / Cielito Lindo / It Bruised Her Somewhat / Bill Bailey / Poor Little Liza, Poor Girl / Boll Weevil / When It's Long Handle Time In Tennessee / Ground Hog / Blue Tail Fly

© Rocky Productions 25/09/2004