by Red Ingle


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Red Ingle, like the Hoosier Hot Shots and Spike Jones (Ingle was a City Slicker for a couple of years), performed novelties and song parodies with inventive, over-the-top arrangements, and a wicked sense of humor. A duet with Jo Stafford, "Tim Tay-Shun (Temptation)," became a smash hit for Capitol in 1947, and Ingle kept cranking out similar material for the label for several years afterwards. Some of his creations are still hilarious and simply brilliant; others, particularly those from the early '50s, are forced and uninspired. Overall, there are more stunners than duds, and the packaging and fidelity is excellent. This is sophisticated, witty music in the guise of hillbilly stupidity.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/03/1997
Label: Bear Family
UPC: 4000127161154
catalogNumber: 16115

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Performance Credits

Red Ingle   Primary Artist,Clarinet,Fiddle,Violin,Leader,Saxophone,Vocals
Paul   Guitar
Carl Kress   Guitar
Victor Arno   Fiddle
Perry Botkin   Guitar
Frank Flynn   Percussion,Drums,Vibes
Hank Wayland   Bass
Don Whitaker   Bass
Red Cooper   Drums
Art Wenzel   Accordion
Werner Callies   Fiddle
Frank Leithner   Piano
Joe Quadri   Fiddle
Wesley Webb West   Steel Guitar
Lloyd Armstrong   Guitar,Mandolin
Paul Sells   Accordion
Jim Hawthorne   Vocals
Matt Utal   Saxophone
Ivy J. "Jimmy" Bryant   Fiddle,Guitar
Hayden Causey   Guitar
Ormond Downes   Drums
William Guy   Trumpet
Herman Crone   Piano
Milton Curtis "Muddy" Berry   Drums
Luther Roundtree   Guitar
Country Washburne   Vocals
Herman "The Hermit" Snyder   Banjo
Carl H. Hunt   Fiddle,Mandolin
Madrigal Singers   Vocals

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