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Friday, April 29, 2011

Wire My Grave With Country Music (MP3)



John & Margie Cook - Wire My Grave With Country Music

Unfortunately, the production on this deep fried country effort makes the whole thing sound slightly mossy, but I can find no fault with the philosophy they're espousing.

If you're not inclined to embrace such a philosophy, spending the next two and a half minutes of your life listening to this record might not be such a good idea.

7 Comments:

Jukeboxmafia said...

Nice. Hello new profile pic.

Timmy said...

YEAAHHHHH! I like it! and I'm gonna do it.
Thanx..............

Jukeboxmafia said...

Harelip Hillbilly!

The Polyvinyl Craftsmen said...

perfect

Holly said...

Lovely:-)

Bruce said...

The first thing that pops up when you Google them. Hope they found the right owner and that John's grave got wired with country music.

"I am looking for anyone who is related, or has knowledge of John and Margie Cook. I found a packet at a flea market that was mailed from John and Margie Cook of Rt. 3, Box 1, Maynard, Ark to Mr. and Mrs. Homer Meachanis/Meachania of Rt. 7, Batesville, AR dated March 26, 1983. This packet included a letter from Margie Cook informing of John Cook's death. Apparently, John and Margie Cook were country-western performers and the packet included pictures and 45rpm records. Another letter from Dr. Michael J. Levinson was mailed to Mrs. John Cook at 2416 E. Barton, West Memphis, AR. The obituary states his wife was living in West Memphis and two daughters in Memphis. Burial was at Memory Hill Gardens in Memphis. I would like to return this information to the rightful owner."

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