"Rim Shot" the great fake Rolling Stones album from National Lampoon we set to music late one night in Tatumville. The lyrics page would be censored for sure in this Obama era of Political Correctness. Heck, most of the real Stones songs would.
Freddie Whitley rim job!
Rim Shot cover art: http://picyou.com/ZXd9FC
Will Dockery I was just thinking of your guitar playing a couple of days ago, Freddie, when I found the old National lampoom satire of the Rolling Stones, their fake Stones album "Rim Shot", which we adapted late one night your guitar and our vocals. I must have be...See More
Will Dockery I'll post the scans to "Rim Shot" for you if you want to check 'em out... a simulated Rolling Stones album cover and lyric sjheet.
Freddie Whitley pickin up the chunks, and puttin out the light, don't you wish ya ha the good drank, that ya had last night!
Will Dockery And, the refrain/bridge: "And I heard him say... My Son John has gone / A little farther down the road..." -W.C. Whitley
Freddie Whitley And I came upon the son John! and the son John said "The methodist preacher live in the town his neck so stiff he can't look around!"
Freddie Whitley And I came upon the son John and the son John said " The Holiness Preacher sho am a site get em all a rollin and blow out the light!"
Freddie Whitley you remember any of these?
Will Dockery I don't remember near enough of what I need to of Grandmama & Grand-daddy's songs and stories. Just their "Goat Tales" alone would scare the bejesus out of these young flash in the pan horror writers. Like Poe, and Lovecraft, their spooky stories played a lot on a /psychological terror/ the unknown bumps in the darkness of weird old America.