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Little Acoustic Drummer Boys

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Update for Playlist Unheilige Nacht:

The Johnny Cash Show December 23, 1970 (according to the episode guide a Christmas special out of curriculum):

Although not strictly complete and uncut, as a highlights reel, it contains all the best bits from the holiday-themed episode, including the world TV debut of John Carter Cash. Cash père welcomes the episode’s guests into an ersatz living room and passes a guitar around.

  • Everly Brothers: Kentucky;
  • Roy Orbison: Pretty Paper (solo acoustic);
  • Ike Everly: Cannonball Rag;
  • Mother Maybelle Carter with Ike Everly: acoustic string duet;
  • Vince Matthews: Melva’s Wine;
  • Ray Cash talks about meeting President Nixon and his mother;
  • Carrie Cash and ensemble: Silent Night;
  • Johnny and June Carter Cash introducing the infant John Carter Cash to the world: Turn
  • Around (repurposed’ and released a few years later as Miss Tara);
  • ensemble: Little Drummer Boy.

Written by Wolf

24. December 2011 at 12:01 am

Posted in Reeperbahn

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  1. Leider nicht in der Sendung: Kris Kristofferson:

    Jesus was a Capricorn, he ate organic food.
    He believed in love and peace and never wore no shoes.
    Long hair, beard and sandals and a funky bunch of friends.
    Reckon they’d just nail him up if He come down again.

    ‘Cos everybody’s got to have somebody to look down on.
    Who they can feel better than at anytime they please.
    Someone doin’ somethin’ dirty, decent folks can frown on.
    If you can’t find nobody else, then help yourself to me.

    Get back, John!

    Egg Head’s cousin Red Neck’s cussin’ hippies for their hair.
    Others laugh at straights who laugh at freaks who laugh at squares.
    Some folks hate the whites who hate the blacks who hate the clan.
    Most of us hate anything that we don’t understand.

    ‘Cos everybody’s got to have somebody to look down on.
    Who they can feel better than at anytime they please.
    Someone doin’ somethin’ dirty, decent folks can frown on.
    If you can’t find nobody else, then help yourself to me.

    Help yourself, brother.
    Help yourself, Gentlemen.
    Help yourself Reverend.

    Wolf

    24. December 2011 at 10:04 am


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