Jud Strunk - Pamela Brown album flac
The ol' YouTube is being stubborn with uploads today! So we'll try this one again, it's a cute song from the late Jud, whose music I haven't really ever.
Jud Strunk – Pamela Brown. Label: Melodyland – ME 6027 F.
Chords for Jud Strunk - Daisy A Day with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin.
Текст песни Leo Kottke – "Pamela Brown"
Jud Strunk (born Justin Roderick Strunk, J. June 11, 1936-October 5, 1981) was an American singer-songwriter and comedian. Born Justin Roderick Strunk, Jr. in Jamestown, New York, he was raised in Buffalo, New York, where as a small boy his showmanship became evident. After he learned to play the banjo, Strunk began entertaining locals and went on to wide recognition after appearances on national television network shows such as Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In and The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.
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Jud Strunk - Daisy A Day - LP Vinyl Album. His last charted side was the February 1976 88 Pamela Brown b/w They're Tearing Down A Town on Melodyland 6027. His final single came out in March 1978, but neither side of Tell Me Where I Am Tonight b/w Fool On My Shoulder (MCA 40872 could put him back on the charts. Judd Strunk died on October 15, 1981 at age 45 after suffering a heart attack while taking off in his airplane
Artists J Jud Strunk. Relevance alphabetically (asc) alphabetically (desc) Price (asc) Price (desc) Age (asc) Age (desc) newest. 3,60 €. My Country, The Will. 3,15 €. Children At Play, Self-Eating Watermelon. 4,80 €. Tell Me Where I Am Tonight. David's Place. Next Door Neighbor's Kid, I'd Prefer To Do It All Again.
Jud Strunk was a regular member of the Laugh-In cast during its last season; he often reported fictitious sporting events direct "from Farmington, Maine. Strunk also wrote and recorded three humorous songs that made it into the country music charts, and he toured with the Andy Williams Road Show. One of these songs, which continues to be played on the Dr. Demento show, is "The Biggest Parakeets in Town," a tongue-in-cheek story of a woman who is a bird fancier. Strunk became a folk hero of sorts in Maine, and in 1970 he narrowly lost the election for a Senate seat in the state legislature. He was also a private pilot and purchased a 1941 Fairchild M62-A. Unfortunately, on 5 October 1981, he suffered a heart attack while taking off in the aircraft at the Carrabassett Valley Airport in Maine and was killed instantly along with his passenger, local businessman Dick Ayotte.
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|ME-6027F||Jud Strunk||Pamela Brown (7", Single)||Melodyland||ME-6027F||US||1975|
|ME 6027 F||Jud Strunk||Pamela Brown (7", Promo, Mono)||Melodyland||ME 6027 F||US||1975|