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OZARK JUBILEE (JUBILEE USA) 1959/60

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Ozark Jubilee was a country and hillbilly musical variety program that was broadcast from Springfield, Missouri and ran from January 1955 through September 1960. The Jubilee featured the top country and western stars of the day. The show was hosted by Red Foley.

OZARK JUBILEE USA
U.S. TV show. 1960. Performances include: Entire cast: "Skip To The Lou My Darling." Bluegrass duo Harold and Jimmy: "Ashes of Love." Spirited square dance by The Teenage Wagon Wheelers: (with caller Gary Ellison). Comedy routine from Uncle Cyp and Aunt Sap. Betty Patterson: sings the rockabilly-ish "Primrose Lane." Buddy Childers: "I Understand." Teenage rockabilly group, The Harmonettes (Girl vocalist sounds like Lorrie Collins): "Big Wheel." Red Foley: "Talking To The Lord." Original commercials: TV shows "Maverick," "Colt 45," "Lawman," "21 Beacon Street."

OZARK JUBILEE USA
U.S. TV show. 1959. Hosted by Slim Wilson. Performances include: Slim Wilson: "A Smile Goes a Long, Long Way." Doctor Lew Childre: "Alabama Tap Rap." The Pitch Hikers: "If I Were the Only Boy." Bill Ring: "Come Out My Pretty Kitten." Speedy Holworth: Awesome distorted "Guitar Boogie" on a Stratocaster. Teenager Terry Gott: "Poor Boy." Spirited square dance by The Teenage Wagon Wheelers: (with caller Gary Ellison). Frankie Miller: "Family Man." Duet by Slim Wilson & Frankie Miller: "I Don't Mind." The Jubilaires: "He Cares for You." Original commercials: TV shows "Broken Arrow," "Lawman," "The Alaskans," "Maverick."

Plus this bonus selection...

BOPPIN' HILLBILLY JUBILEE
Complete songs taken from various Ozark Jubilee episodes that highlight the boppin' hillbilly side of the Ozark Jubilee. Songs include: Red Foley: "Company Comin'," "Crazy Little Guitar Man." Slim Wilson Band: "At The Woodchoppers Ball," "Blues In My Mind," "Sugar Moon," "South." Chuck Bowers: "Oakie Boogie." Roy Acuff: "Come And Knock," "Don't Know Why." June Webb: "Oh Lonesome Me," "Afraid." Roy Lanham: "Lover Come Back To Me," "Instrumental." Leon McAuliffe: "Three Bears." Jimmy Riddle: "The Fox Chase." Red Foley & Roy Acuff: "Night Train To Memphis." Howdy Forrester & "Bashful" Brother Oswald: "Smoky Mountain Gal." "Bashful" Brother Oswald: "Weary Blues." Frankie Miller: "Family Man." Speedy Holworth: "Guitar Boogie." Rex Allen: "Money Marbles & Chalk." Brenda Lee: "Dynamite." Sonny James: "Speak To Me," "Young Love." The Marksmen: "Be Ready." Susie Arden: "If You Want Some Lovin'." Brenda Lee & Rex Allen: "On The Trail Of The Lonesome Pine."


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