- Performer:Homer & Jethro
- Title:The Worst of Homer & Jethro
- Style:Country Comedy,Traditional Country,Comedy
- Date of release:1957
- Size FLAC version1492 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1525 megabytes
- Size WMA version1531 megabytes
- Formats:APE VQF ADX MIDI MMF MOD
Album by Homer and Jethro. How Much Is) That Hound Dog in the Window. is a cover of. The Doggie in the Window by Patti Page (1953). You Belong to Me No. 2. You Belong to Me by Sue Thompson and Dude Martin Band (1952).
Homer and Jethro were the stage names of American country music duo Henry D. "Homer" Haynes (1920–1971) and Kenneth C. "Jethro" Burns (1920–1989), popular from the 1940s through the 1960s on radio and television for their satirical versions of popular songs. Known as the Thinking Man's Hillbillies, they received a Grammy in 1959 and are members of the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Their best early parodies include the hilarious "How Much Is That Hound Dog in the Window?" and "Jam Bowl Liar," a recasting of Hank Williams's "Jambalaya.
The Best of Homer & Jethro. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.
Homer and Jethro made several appearances on The Johnny Cash Show during the 1970-1971 season, though they weren't considered regulars. During one appearance, they reprised their old hit "Baby, It's Cold Outside" with June Carter Cash as part of a skit. Both were also established jazz musicians, who were deeply influenced by the European gypsy string jazz of Django Reinhardt. A final album for RCA, The Far-Out World of Homer and Jethro, followed in 1972 and the sleeve included a message from Burns playing tribute to Haynes. After Haynes' passing, Burns tried to maintain the duo with a new "Homer", guitarist Ken Eidson, but the effort was short-lived. The Worst of Homer and Jethro (RCA) (1958). Life Can be Miserable (RCA) (1959). At the Country Club (RCA) (1960) (recorded live in 1959).
Kenneth Charles "Jethro" Burns (March 10, 1920 – February 4, 1989) was an American mandolinist and one-half of the comedy duo Homer and Jethro with Henry D. "Homer" Haynes. Burns was born in Conasauga, Tennessee on March 10, 1920. His family moved to Knoxville, Tennessee when he was three
Homer & Jethro - Ground Hog 02:43. Dale Schure - Sharp Shooting Gal 03:01. Hicky Free - Chip Off Your Shoulder 02:43. Riley Shepard - Turkey In The Straw 03:02. Homer & Jethro - Cielito Lindo 02:50. Homer & Jethro - Rye Whiskey 02:40. Red Woodland - Chicken In The Rain 02:20. Hicky Free - They're Laughing At Me 02:50. Jeffrey Clay - On Top of Old Smokey 02:40. Slaughter the Standards - Homer & Jethro. The Very Best Of - Homer & Jethro. Homer & Jethro Go West - Homer & Jethro. Fractured Folk Songs - Homer & Jethro. Just Because - Riley Shepard.
Features Song Lyrics for Homer & Jethro's The Best of Homer and Jethro album. He'll Have to Go Lyrics. Homer & Jethro Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Homer & Jethro Lyrics.
CreditsHomer & Jethro - Primary Artist
|1||Hey There||Homer & Jethro|
|2||Baby It's Cold Outside||Homer & Jethro|
|3||Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyeballs||Homer & Jethro|
|4||Pal-Yat-Chee||Homer & Jethro|
|5||Huckle Buck||Homer & Jethro|
|6||Billboard Song||Homer & Jethro|
|7||I'm Movin' on, No 2||Homer & Jethro|
|8||Love and Marriage||Homer & Jethro|
|9||Hart Brake Motel||Homer & Jethro|
|10||How Much Is That Hound Dog in the Window||Homer & Jethro|
|11||Jam-Bowl-Liar (Jambalaya)||Homer & Jethro|
|12||You Belong to Me, No 2.||Homer & Jethro|