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Homer & Jethro Vinyl Record Albums

Country music parody and comedy duo. Homer (Henry Doyle Haynes Jr., July 27, 1920 - August 7, 1971, Knoxville, TN) and Jethro (Kenneth Charles Burns, March 10, 1920 - February 4, 1989, Conasauga, TN) met at the age of 12 when both showed up in separate bands for an amateur contest at Knoxville's WNOX radio station. They were hired by the station after being disqualified from the contest for sounding too professional. A show's MC forgot their names and introduced them as "Homer and Jethro," giving them their stage names. Their parodies earned them a BMI award, a gold record, and a 1959 Grammy, and their popularity caused Kellogg's to feature them in a series of commercials for Corn Flakes. The partnership continued until Homer's death from a heart attack while preparing for a concert in August, 1971. Jethro continued as a respected jazz and country mandolinist until his death from cancer in February 1989.

 

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Artist
Title

Year

Catalog Number

Description

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Price

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LP
The Best Of Homer And Jethro
Homer & Jethro
The Best Of Homer And Jethro
1966
LSP-3474(e)
RCA Victor Records Label; Album cover has light ring and edge wear; Record appears new; Stereo recording; Track listing: The Battle Of Kookamonga; Let Me Go Blubber; Pore Ol' Koo-Liger; Cold Cold Heart No. 2; Baby It's Cold Outside; I'm Movin' On No. 2; Sixteen Tons; He'll Have To Go; Mister Sandman; (How Much Is) That Hound Dog In The Window; Hart Brake Motel; Jam-Bowl-Liar
VG+/NM-
$10.99
LP
Fractured Folk Songs
Homer & Jethro
Fractured Folk Songs
1964
LPM-2954
RCA Victor Record Label; Album cover and record appear new; Mono recording; Track listing: Little Maggie; Mama Don't Whip Little Buford; The Playboy Song; I Don't Give a Hoot; So Long; Goodnight Irene; Why Don't You Wash Your Feet; After the Hangover's Over; Rye Whiskey; Fractured Folk Song; Jimmy Drinks Corn; The Funny Farm
NM-/NM-
$24.99
LP
Greatest Comedy Stars of the Grand Ole Opry
Homer & Jethro; Brother Owsald; Lonzo & Oscar; Cousin Jody
Greatest Comedy Stars of the Grand Ole Opry
1960
G 1475
Guest Star Record Label; Minor ringwear and edgewear on album cover; Record appears new; Mono recording; Track listing: Boll Weevil; Unpucker; Lady Cop; Television Set; Gotta Find Julie; Mountain Dew; Back In Bee Log; Ain't Marriage Grand; Goin' To Mississippi; Washington
VG+/NM-
$19.99
LP
Homer & Jethro at The Convention
Homer & Jethro
Homer & Jethro at The Convention
1962
LPM-2492
RCA Victor Record Label; Mono recording
VG/VG
$29.99
LP
Homer & Jethro at The Country Club
Homer & Jethro
Homer & Jethro at The Country Club
1960
LPM-2181
RCA Victor Record Label; Mono recording
VG/VG
Sold
LP
Life Can Be Miserable
Homer & Jethro
Life Can Be Miserable
1959
LPM-1880
RCA Victor Record Label; Minor ringwear and edgewear on album cover; Record appears new; Mono recording; Includes the original inner liner sleeve; Track listing: Oh Lonesome Me; Life Can Be Miserable; There's An Empty Hanger In My Closet Tonight; Drafted Volunteer; Don't Monkey Round My Widder; She's Went and Gone Away; Love Is the Craziest Thing; Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?; Oh! That's Terrible; I Don't Think My Gal Loves Me Anymore; I'll Go on a Diet Tomorrow; The Monkey and the Big Baboon
VG+/NM-
$19.99

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