Country comedy : songs & frolic by Ham & Scram, featuring Buzz Busby

Ham & Scram

Label:Mount Vernon MVM 176
Release Date:1963
Format:LP
Country:United States

Song Information:

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A-1. Deep freeze mama blues
Recording Date:1954
Place:Ben Adelman Studio, Washington, DC
Instruments:Buzz "Ham" Busby-m; Pete "Scram" Pike-rhythm g; Don Stover-bj; Lee Cole-sb
Vocals:P. Pike-L; B. Busby-T
A-2. Baby baby
Recording Date:1954
Composer:B. Busby-K. Adelman
Place:Ben Adelman Studio, Washington, DC
Instruments:Buzz "Ham" Busby-m; Pete "Scram" Pike-rhythm g; Don Stover-bj; Buck Austin-piano; Lee Cole-sb
Vocals:P. Pike-L; B. Busby-T; L. Cole-recitation/chorus; B. Austin-chorus
A-3. Take back your heart (I ordered liver)
Recording Date:1954
Place:Ben Adelman Studio, Washington, DC
Instruments:Buzz "Ham" Busby-m; Pete "Scram" Pike-rhythm g; Don Stover-bj; John Hall-f; Lee Cole-sb
Vocals:P. Pike-L; B. Busby-T
A-4. Pearly gates (Wicked path of sin)
Recording Date:1954
Composer:Bill Monroe
Place:Ben Adelman Studio, Washington, DC
Instruments:Buzz "Ham" Busby-m; Pete "Scram" Pike-rhythm g; Don Stover-bj; John Hall-f; Buck Austin-piano; Lee Cole-sb
Vocals:P. Pike-L; B. Busby-T
A-5. The funniest sight I ever did see
Recording Date:1954
Place:Ben Adelman Studio, Washington, DC
Instruments:Buzz "Ham" Busby-m; Pete "Scram" Pike-rhythm g; Don Stover-bj; John Hall-f; Buck Austin-piano; Lee Cole-sb; unknown-drums
Vocals:P. Pike-L; B. Busby-T
B-1. I do mean moo
Recording Date:1954
Place:Ben Adelman Studio, Washington, DC
Instruments:Buzz "Ham" Busby-m; Pete "Scram" Pike-rhythm g; Don Stover-bj; Lee Cole-sb
Vocals:J. Hall-L; B. Busby-T
B-2. Don't leave me alone
Instruments:Buzz "Ham" Busby-m; Pete "Scram" Pike-rhythm g; Donnie Bryant-bj; John Hall-f; Buck Austin-piano; Lee Cole-sb
Vocals:P. Pike-L; B. Busby-T
B-3. Pretty Polly
Instruments:Buzz "Ham" Busby-m; Pete "Scram" Pike-rhythm g; Donnie Bryant-bj; John Hall-f; Buck Austin-piano; Lee Cole-sb
Vocals:P. Pike-L; B. Busby-T
B-4. Just for me
Instruments:Buzz "Ham" Busby-m; Pete "Scram" Pike-rhythm g; Donnie Bryant-bj; John Hall-f; Buck Austin-piano; Lee Cole-sb
Vocals:P. Pike-L; B. Busby-T
B-5. Just a little talk with Jesus
Recording Date:1954
Composer:B. Busby-K. Adelman
Place:Ben Adelman Studio, Washington, DC
Instruments:Buzz "Ham" Busby-m; Pete "Scram" Pike-rhythm g; Don Stover-bj; John Hall-f; Buck Austin-piano; Lee Cole-sb
Vocals:P. Pike-L; B. Busby-T