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May 19, 2010

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Dan

Another brilliant and welcome blast of American zany, Greg.

Listener Greg G.

Thanks, Dan.

andy

Jesus! I knew what "Uneasy Rider" was as soon as I read the description--I've been trying to figure out the name of this song for forever now, having heard it all the time growing up in Atlanta. They used to play it on "Psychedelic Psaturdays," of all things. Thanks!

Wavy Gary

Bet Your Sweet Bippy I'M A Hippy - The Wrest --- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUgZsvEUKf8

EasyEW

Interesting that you should illustrate this entry with a Lil' Abner, since a recent Mark Evanier blog entry had a quote from one of Al Capp's employees about how Al turned from a Kennedy-loving liberal into an ultra-righty because the conservatives' speaking engagements paid better.

Parq

Kind of ironic to hear that Charlie Daniels in light of his current public persona. He'd be the first to skin a hippy alive nowadays.

Justbeamensch

In 1966, The Beach Bums, an ad hoc group featuring a young Bob Seger, recorded "The Ballad of the Yellow Beret". The song was a send-up of "The Ballad of the Green Berets", chronicling the adventures of a draft dodger. The record was withdrawn after a cease and desist letter from Sadler.[from Wiki]

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