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Phil Harris - That's What I Like About The South flac album

Phil Harris - That's What I Like About The South flac album

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Performer: Phil Harris
Title: That's What I Like About The South
Country: US
Released: 1958
Style: Easy Listening
Category: Jazz / Pop
Rating: 4.8 ✦
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ParolesThat's What I Like About th. hil Harris. Rédigé par: Andy Razaf. the news Got the box back coat and the button shoes Well he's all caught up with his union dues And that's what I like about the south Here come ole Roy down the street Ho, can't you hear those coupla feet He would rather Sleep And tha tha tha that's what I like about the south Now every.

C F And tha tha tha that’s what I like about the South.

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That's What I Like About The South. 15. Never Trust A Woman. 16. He's His Own Grandpa. 17. One-Zy, Two-Zy (I Love You-Zy). 19. Buds Won't Bud. 20. I Wanna Be A Brat. 21. My Kind Of Country. Some of Phil Harris's best songs. Wish music was still like this! If you like Classic Country, you'll love this DVD! Highly recommended!

The Greatest Hits of Phil Harris. Woodman, Woodman, Spare That Tree. 3. That's What I Like About the South. 4. The Preacher and the Bear.

Phil Harris was born on June 24, 1904, in Linton, Indiana, but grew up in Nashville, Tennessee, and identified himself as a Southerner (his hallmark song was "That's What I Like About the South"). He was born to Harry and Dollie Harris. His mother was of Irish descent. Addressing a man as "Jackson" or "Mr. Jackson" became popular slang in the late 1930s and early 1940s. He usually referred to Mary Livingstone as "Livvy" or "Liv". His signature song, belying his actual Indiana birthplace, was "That's What I Like About the South". His comic persona-that of a musical idiot who never met a bottle he didn't like or a mirror he could bypass-masked his band's evolution into a smooth, up-tempo big band.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 The Dark Town Poker Club
Written-By – Williams*, Havez*, Vodery*
3:11
A2 Woodman, Spare That Tree
Written-By – Berlin*, Bryan*
2:35
A3 That's What I Like About The South
Written-By – Harris*
2:45
A4 The Preacher And The Bear
Written-By – Arzonia*
2:11
A5 Deck Of Cards
Written-By – Tyler*
3:43
A6 Is It True What They Say About Dixie
Written-By – Marks*, Caesar*, Lerner*
2:31
B1 Goofus
Written-By – Kahn*, King*, Harold*
2:51
B2 The Thing
Written-By – Grean*
2:17
B3 The Persian Kitten
Written-By – Goldwater*, René*
3:24
B4 St. James Infirmary
Written-By – Primrose*
3:13
B5 Muskrat Ramble
Written-By – Ory*, Gillbert*
2:53
B6 Row, Row, Row
Written-By – Monaco*, Jerome*
2:23

Credits

  • Conductor [Orchestra] – Walter Scharf (tracks: A1, A2)
  • Ensemble – Phil Harris And His Dixieland Syncopators (tracks: A5), Phil Harris And His Orchestra (tracks: A1, A2, A4, A6 to B6), Skip Martin And His Orchestra (tracks: A3)
  • Vocals – Phil Harris

Notes

UK mono version from 1958

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Runout Stamped): J3PP-4240-1B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Runout Stamped): J3PP-4241-1B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Matrix): J3PP-4240
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Matrix): J3PP-4241

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CAS-456(e) Phil Harris That's What I Like About The South ‎(LP, Album) RCA Camden CAS-456(e) US 1958
CAS-456(e) Phil Harris That's What I Like About The South ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Camden CAS-456(e) US Unknown
31,192, 31.192 Phil Harris That's What I Like About The South ‎(LP, Album, Mono) RCA, RCA 31,192, 31.192 South Africa 1958
CAS-456(e) Phil Harris That's What I Like About The South ‎(LP, Album) RCA Camden CAS-456(e) US Unknown
CAL-456 Phil Harris That's What I Like About The South ‎(LP, Album) RCA Camden CAL-456 US 1958