Yes with his trousers in his hand honey He couldn't take the elevator Don't step on the dog son And look out for that clothesline Boogity boogity boogity around them garbage cans. J. Jerry Reed Lyrics. album: "Rides Again" (1977). With His Pants In His Hands" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
With His Pants in His Hand" (1977). East Bound and Down" (1977). You Know What" (1977). East Bound and Down" is a song written by Jerry Reed and Dick Feller, and recorded by Reed for the soundtrack for the film Smokey and the Bandit. The song features Reed on the lead vocal, and vocalist Gordon Stoker of the Jordanaires on the harmony vocal. It was released in August 1977 as a single on RCA Records. The song spent sixteen weeks on the . a.
Reed told GP in his March 1971 cover feature what it was like to record with his hero for the first time. Reed would often work his hybrid-picking magic on a Baldwin nylon-string acoustic, but he could also be seen picking on a Peavey T-60 electric, as well as various Gibson, Fender, and Gretsch guitars. He would play them on his own recordings, as well as on sessions for Elvis, Bobby Bare, Porter Wagoner, Joan Baez, Ringo Starr, Willie Nelson, and others.
The Bully Of The Town. We've Called It Everything Else. Somethin' Bout You Baby I Like. Right String But The Wrong Yo Yo. With His Pants In His Hands. The Phantom Of The Opry.
Rides Again "With His Pants in His Hand" 68 � � "East Bound and Down" 2 103 � East Bound and Down "(I'm Just a) Red Neck in a Rock and Roll Bar" flip � � Jerry Reed Rides Again "You Know What" (com sua filha, Seidina Reed) 20 � � Sweet Love Feelings 1978 "Sweet Love Feelings" 39 � �. "I Love You (What Can I Say)" 10 � � "High Rollin'" flip � � single only "Gimme Back My Blues" 14 � � Half Singin' and Half Pickin' 1979 "Second-Hand Satin Lady (And a Bargain Basement Boy)"18 � � . .
By 1958, Lowery signed Reed to his National Recording Corporation, and he recorded for NRC as both artist and as a member of the staff band, which included other NRC artists Joe South and Ray Stevens. Reed married Priscilla "Prissy" Mitchell in 1959. They had two daughters, Charlotte Elaine "Lottie" Hubbard Zavala, and Seidina Ann Hubbard, born April 2, 1960. In June 2005, American guitarist Eric Johnson released his album Bloom, which contained a track titled "Tribute to Jerry Reed" in commemoration of his works. Reed appeared as a guest on the fishing television series Bill Dance Outdoors. In one memorable appearance, Reed caught a particularly big largemouth bass and planned to have it preserved and mounted by a taxidermist.
21. I Love You, What Can I Say. 22. Gimme Back My Blues. 23. Second Hand Satin Lady (And a Bargain Basement Boy). 24. Sugar Foot Rag. 25. She Got the Goldmine (I Got the Shaft). One person found this helpful.
NASHVILLE - Jerry Reed, a popular country singer and movie actor whose larger-than-life storytelling and flashy guitar work vividly evoked Southern life, died early Monday morning at his home here. He was 71. The cause was emphysema, said Butch Baker, Mr. Reed’s friend and song publisher. Best known in later years for his role in the movie The Waterboy (1998), starring Adam Sandler, and in the three Smokey and the Bandit adventures of the late ’70s and early ’80s, in which he played Burt Reynolds’s gear-shifting sidekick the Snowman, Mr. Reed was first and foremost a musician
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