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Archie Campbell - Pfft! You Were Gone / Rindercella (Vinyl)

  1. Tojanris

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Have A Laugh On Me on Discogs.
  2. Dukazahn

    Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Where, oh where? (Pfft! You Was Gone) From: Bob the Postman Date: 30 Dec 07 - AM The theme song for the CBC radio programme "Vinyl Cafe" is a tasty bit of rag-inflected finger-picking. Someone wrote to the show asking what the tune was, and Stuart Maclean told us that it was derived from a Caribbean cover of "The Song Of The Clyde".
  3. Malakazahn

    Aug 05,  · You Were Gone,” b/w his classic double-entendre spoonerism routine “Rindercella.” He even put out a Christmas record on Knoxville’s Big Mama label. “Christmas Eve in Heaven” is a sentimental religious-themed tale, while “The Chris Before Nightmas” is a “Rindercella”-like take on the beloved Clement Clarke Moore poem.
  4. Vujora

    Archie Campbell - Pfft! You Were Gone / Rindercella - RCA Victor - USA ().
  5. Mor

    Mar 26, - archie Campbell comedian / singer on hee haw. See more ideas about Archie, Hee haw, Campbell pins.
  6. Molmaran

    Archie Campbell was born on November 7, in Bulls Gap, Tennessee, USA. He was a writer, known for The Drifter (), Nashville Rebel () and Smokey and the Good Time Outlaws (). He died on August 29, in Nashville, Tennessee. See full bio».
  7. Zulkihn

    May 19,  · Archie Campbell (November 7, – August 29, ) was an American writer and star of Hee Haw, a popular long-running country-flavored network television variety psychenepridchobunearleomagiftcopost.coinfo was also a recording artist with several hits on the RCA label in the s. Legacy. Campbell’s childhood home on Main Street in Bull’s Gap has been preserved as a memorial, and has been expanded into a "tourism.
  8. Daikree

    Campbell once told the "RinderCella" story on an episode of the game show Juvenile Jury. At the conclusion of the story, host Jack Barry said "That's one of the funniest stories Carchie Ampbell tells." "Pfft You Were Gone" — The Best of Archie Campbell:

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