|1||The Cook (With Ralph Emery)|
|2||Moonshining (With Ralph Emery)|
|3||The Bird Mule (With Jim Morrison)|
|4||On Television (With Eddie Hill)|
|5||Bitten By The Love Bug (With Bob Jennings)|
|6||The Hunter (With Tommy Dee)|
|7||The Disorderly House (With Tommy Dee)|
|8||Keep On Keeping On (With Bill Powell)|
Appears to be a 2-disc EP and comes with the album slick folded to fit inside the 45 sleeve. A-disc has tracks A1-2/B1-2 and B-disc has tracks C1-2/D1-2.
From the liner notes of the album:
"I don’t know whether people read liner notes on the back of albums before or after they play the record that’s inside, but in any case the recording that’s inside this album jacket is the result of one of the most amazing stories I’ve encountered in my sixteen years of covering stories about show business and it’s people. Junior Samples is a North Georgia backwoodsman who backed into show business through an amazing set of circumstances that seem more like a fairy tale than that legendary lady, Cinderella.
I suppose it all started when one of Junior’s young sons found the head of a big fish on the shores of Lake Laneer near his home in Cummings, Ga. He took it to a race track to show his dad, our hero, who had taken a few drinks, and, needless to say, was feeling pretty good. Junior paraded the fish among the racing fans and claimed that he had caught a big bass. A radio announcer covering the races also heard Junior’s story and proceeded to broadcast it to his audience. Thus the story of the big fish spread, and soon came to the attention of the Georgia Game and Fish Commission who, in turn, dispatched Jim Morrison to the home of Junior Samples with a tape recorder to get Junior’s own account of how he caught the big fish.
Today Junior says, “this is one of my stories that got out of hand. I told Mr. Morrison to forget it, but when he kept insisting that he had to get a story, I took a drink and told him one!”
In the Spring of 1966, the original ‘Big Whopper’ interview was broadcasted all over the state of Georgia through the regular Game and Fish Commission program. It was so funny that stations were asked by their listeners to repeat it.
Junior was then forgotten for a while until Spring of 1967, when the program was repeated and the reaction again was fantastic. Slim Williamson, President of Chart Records, was contacted, and he immediately signed Junior to a recording contract and gained the rights to release the interview as a record. The two guitars were dubbed in to provide background music and the interview was shortened to conform with the time of most of today’s records.
The results have been fantastic. Junior, after appearing on my night radio program and on my television show, as well as others, was immediately taken into the hearts of all who heard him. He was asked to, and did, appear before the Legislature at the Tennessee State Capital. Johnny Cash was so favorably impressed with Junior that he asked him to join his radio show this fall. He was written up in newspapers all over the South, and is now being acclaimed as the comedy find of 1967.
I personally think that Junior’s greatest appeal is in his honest approach to any subject, as I’m sure you will be able to tell by listening to this, his first album."
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The Wolrd Of Junior Samples - Junior Samples. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. April 10, 1926 November 13, 1983 was an American comedian best known for his 14-year run as a cast member of the TV show Hee Haw. A sixth grade dropout, Samples was a stock car racing driver and carpenter by trade who went on the radio at the age of 40 and told a story about catching the largest fish ever seen in his hometown. The story was a humorous tall tale, and the recording of this radio story became a best-selling novelty record, You Shoulda Seen The. Album 1967 11 Songs. It Happened To Junior w Jim Morrison Original Chart Recording. The Disorderly House w Tommy Dee Original Chart Recording. Junior Samples is a North Georgia backwoodsman who backed into show business through an amazing set of circumstances that seem more like a fairy tale than that legendary lady, Cinderella. I suppose it all started when one of Juniors young sons found the head of a big fish on the shores of Lake Laneer near his home in Cummings, Ga. A radio announcer covering the races also heard Juniors story and proceeded to broadcast it to his audience. Thus the story of the big fish spread, and soon came to the attention of the Georgia Game and Fish Commission who, in. Listen free to Junior Samples The World of Junior Samples. unior Samples, born Alvin Samples, Jr. Samples notorious for pre-fishing was a stock car racing dri read more. Similar Artists. Junior Samples Fan Page. This is not really Junior Samples because we are sorry he can't be around. Alvin Samples Jr. born in Cumming Georgia on April 10, 1926, worked as a farmer, sawmill hand, stock car driver and carpenter until entering show business age 40. He was discovered after a story he told about catching a record-setting fish was recorded by a Game Commission investigator and played on the radio. The recording was developed into an album and became a best-seller. In 1969 he joined the cast of the country variety show . Discover all Junior's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. 49 samples, 13 covers, 1 remix. Mama Used to Say 1982. was sampled in. Take Your Time by Shabazz the Disciple 1998. Junior Samples, Self: Hee Haw. One of the most unlikely TV stars in history, Alvin Samples, Jr. was a carpenter by vocation and avid fisherman and teller of tall tales by avocation. A recording of Junior's tall tales, originally made for a radio program, was heard by Chet Atkins, who, in turn, introduced him to country music comedian Archie Campbell