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The Ultimate Moe & Joe

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Though it's barely half an hour long, The Ultimate Moe & Joe compiles all the singles by one of the hottest country duos of the '80s into one absolutely outrageous, indispensable package that need not be one second longer. Moe Bandy & Joe Stampley used a Hee Haw satire aesthetic and got some of the hottest country songwriters to pen redneck anthems for them -- including Boudleaux Bryant with the duo's "Hey Joe Hey Moe" Cajun-dipped theme. It all began as a one-off with Ray Baker, Moe Bandy's producer, as the duo recorded a version of Johnny Horton's "Honky Tonk Man," and the formula worked so well that the pair's albums and singles never left the Top Ten. They ...
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All Music Guide - Thom Jurek
Though it's barely half an hour long, The Ultimate Moe & Joe compiles all the singles by one of the hottest country duos of the '80s into one absolutely outrageous, indispensable package that need not be one second longer. Moe Bandy & Joe Stampley used a Hee Haw satire aesthetic and got some of the hottest country songwriters to pen redneck anthems for them -- including Boudleaux Bryant with the duo's "Hey Joe Hey Moe" Cajun-dipped theme. It all began as a one-off with Ray Baker, Moe Bandy's producer, as the duo recorded a version of Johnny Horton's "Honky Tonk Man," and the formula worked so well that the pair's albums and singles never left the Top Ten. They disbanded amicably and perform together on occasion to this day. Here is the evidence: the first honky tonk drag queen anthem, "Honky Tonk Queen," Ansley Fleetwood's "Just Good Ol' Boys," which blared out of frat house speakers all over the South and Texas in the '80s, and the amazing anthem "Let's Hear It for the Workin' Man," which George Bush would do well to listen to. In addition, "Country Boys" and "Holding the Bag" round out what is indeed a flawless collection.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/24/2003
  • Label: Audium Entertainment
  • UPC: 684038818327
  • Catalog Number: 8183

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Moe Bandy & Joe Stampley Primary Artist
Moe Bandy Indexed Contributor
Buddy Emmons Steel Guitar
Johnny Gimble Fiddle
Tommy Allsup Guitar
Phil Baugh Guitar
Hayword Bishop Drums
Jimmy Capps Guitar
Chip Young Guitar
Ray Edenton Guitar
Leo Jackson Steel Guitar
Dave Kirby Guitar
Mike Leech Bass
Kenny Malone Drums
Weldon Myrick Steel Guitar
Hargus "Pig" Robbins Piano
Billy Sanford Guitar
Henry Strzelecki Guitar
Pete Wade Fiddle
Charlie McCoy Harmonica
Bob Moore Bass
Terry McMill Harmonica
Technical Credits
Moe Bandy Composer
The Jordanaires Contributor
Joe Stampley Composer
Becky Hobbs Composer
Ray Baker Producer
George Cummings Composer
Blake Mevis Composer
Laverna Moore Contributor
James Van Heusen Composer
Steve Wilkison Reissue Design
Nick Shaffran Liner Notes
Bucky Lindsey Composer
Tony Stampley Composer
Ansley Fleetwood Composer
Dave Nives Reissue Producer
Ray Norman Contributor
John Greenebaum Composer
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