Skeets McDonald plays his classic country tune "What a Lonesome Life it's Been" in a rare televised performance from 1959.
This is the coffee pot a work.
Listen to it perk.
Look at the coffee as it gets darker and stronger.
Smell the honest coffee smell.
Ahhhh ... ... Smell it!
In this clip, from the B Western "Take Me Back to Oklahoma," Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys croon in perfect harmony 'Oklahoma we love you,' with Wills' signature backup calls.
Riding with Tex Ritter, they sing together 'Calamity Kate.'
In this vintage performance, the yodeling is entirely live and more contemporaneous, with a definitively rockabilly slant.
An amusing soundie from 1942, Who's Yehoodi?, was originally composed in 1940 by Bill Seckler and Matt Dennis.
Based on a running gag by radio comedian Jerry Colona, this rendition of Who's Yehoodi? is quite risque for its day.
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