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Jerry Clower's Greatest Hits

Jerry Clower  Main Performer

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1 A Coon Huntin' Story Clower 7:20
2 Marcel Ledbetter Moving Company Clower 2:40
3 The New Chandelier Clower 1:46
4 The She Coon of Women's Lib Clower 3:17
5 Newgene and the Lion Clower 1:57
6 The Resort Hotel Clower 4:09
7 Wanna Buy a Possum Clower 2:15
8 Steel Marbles Clower 4:35
9 Marcel's Talkin' Chain Saw Clower 3:45
10 A New Bull Clower 3:14
11 The Burning Building Clower 2:28
12 Bird Huntin' at Uncle Versies' Clower 2:55
13 The Coon Huntin' Monkey Clower 2:50
14 Claude and the Game Warden Clower 1:48
15 The Chauffeur and the Professor Clower 4:58
16 Sittin' up with the Dead Clower 4:06
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Jerry Clower's Greatest Hits

Audio Compact Disc

Label: MCA

Style: Comedy

Jerry Clower's Greatest Hits

UPC: 076732093924

Release Date: 04/26/1994

Original Release Date: 04/26/1994

Number of Discs: 1

Tracks: [A Coon Huntin' Story, Marcel Ledbetter Moving Company, The New Chandelier, The She Coon of Women's Lib, Newgene and the Lion, The Resort Hotel, Wanna Buy a Possum, Steel Marbles, Marcel's Talkin' Chain Saw, A New Bull, The Burning Building, Bird Huntin' at Uncle Versies', The Coon Huntin' Monkey, Claude and the Game Warden, The Chauffeur and the Professor, Sittin' up with the Dead]

David Jeffries

Jerry Clower’s clean, country humor gets proper representation on this well-assembled Greatest Hits, a collection that, since its release in 1994, has launched many a hunting season with some down home laughs. All of Clower’s most colorful characters are here, including Uncle Versie (the king of bird huntin’) Marcel Ledbetter (the king of schemes), and Claude Ledbetter (the king of catching fish). These hilarious, slowly winding stories of growing up in Mississippi are the Southern counterparts to Bill Cosby’s stories of growing up in the city, and just like Bill’s work, Jerry's work is best experienced in its original form. Check Clower’s early releases to hear these bits in the best context, but to be bitten by the bug, check Greatest Hits. You’ll soon know why he’s been dubbed “The Mouth of the Mighty Mississip’”. ~ David Jeffries, Rovi