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THE HILLBILLIES/ AL HOPKINS & HIS BUCKLE BUSTERS Document 8041 Vol. 3 : 1926-27 ● CD $16.98

CHRIS HILLMAN Sugar Hill 3743 Desert Rose ● CD $16.98

CHRIS HILLMAN & HERB PEDERSON Sugar Hill 3850 Bakersfield Bound ● CD $11.98
13 tracks, 35 min; recommended
Two longtime stalwarts of the southern California bluegrass/ progressive country scene bow toward Bakersfield on this beautiful new album, which features the exquisite harmonizing of the pair, honed during their years as members of the Desert Rose Band. Herb Pedersen is widely known as one of the finest harmony singers extant and mandolinist Chris Hillman's been in such creative and influential bands as The Byrds, The Burritos, and the aforementioned Desert Rose, and has one of the finest lead singing voices in the business. The duo apply themselves to several Bakersfield Sound standards here to excellent effect, including Playboy (one of Wynn Stewart's finest recordings), two by Buck Owens (including the little known but wonderful There Goes My Love), Leon Payne's Lost Highway, Hank Cochran's It's Not Love (But It's Not Bad), the bluegrass standard Congratulations, Boudleaux and Felice Bryant's classic Brand New Heartache, two originals by Hillman, and more. The Bakersfield Sound is enhanced by the work of fellow Desert Rose member Jay Dee Manesss on steel guitar, Gabe Witcher on fiddle, and others. A nice melding of the honkytonk ethos, Bakersfield twang, and aching bluegrass harmonies. (RP)

THE HILLMEN Sugar Hill 3719 The Hillmen ● CD $11.98
15 tracks, 40 min; recommended
I don't know why I'm surprised at how well these recordings, made in 1963 and 1964, hold up. Banjo player Don Parmley, after all, grew up in Kentucky, and later went on to lead the highly influential and popular Bluegrass Cardinals, and Alabamans Vern and Rex Gosdin have certainly left their marks on country music, Rex as a writer and Vern as a hugely successful mainstream country artist. Originally called The Golden State Boys, the band became The Hillmen when young southern California mandolinist Chris Hillman, later to make his mark with such progressive country and country/rock groups as The Byrds, The Burrito Brothers, and The Desert Rose Band, joined the group. Contemporaries of the legendary Kentucky Colonels in the bluegrass and burgeoning southern California folk scene of the time, The Hillmen distinguished themselves from that group by including many more " folk" derived numbers in their repertoire. Included on this CD reissue of their only album are two Bob Dylan songs, one from Woody Guthrie copyright and one by Pete Seeger as well as bluegrass arrangements of such by then common folk festival fare as Barbara Allen/ Fair and Tender Ladies and Copper Kettle. There are also four Gosdin Bros. originals. The close harmony singing is outstanding (mostly trios featuring The Gosdins and Parmley; Hillman sings lead on Dylan's When The Ship Comes In), and the instrumental work is uniformly fine. Enjoyable look at early southern California bluegrass or the progressive country sound in evolution. (RP)

THE HODGES BROTHERS Arhoolie 9037 Bogue Chitto Flingding - Old Time Mississippi Country M ● CD $9.98
21 tracks, 50 mins, recommended
Delightful collection of old time country music recorded in the 60s by these three brothers from Bogue Chitto, Mississippi. This is a reissue of Arhoolie 5001 from 1971 with six bonus tracks - five previously unissued performances and one side of one of their Trumpet Records from 1951. The group consisted of Felix on fiddle and vocals, Ralph on guitar, mandolin and vocals and James on rhythm guitar with John White providing string bass and occasional vocals. The perform and mix of popular traditional songs and tunes (Bile Dem Cabbage Down/ Banks Of The Ohio/ Ida Red, etc as well as less familiar local songs and tunes (Mississippi Baby/ Bogue Chitto Waltz, etc). The performances are not particularly polished but do have a lot of charm and are well worth a listen. (FS)

ADOLF HOFNER & HIS TEXANS Arhoolie-Folklyric 7029 South Texas Swing ● CD $12.98
Great western swing from 1936-51. 

ROY HOGSED Bear Family BCD 16191 Cocaine Blues ● CD $21.98
33 tracks recorded for Capitol and Coast between 1947 and 1953 including half a dozen previously unissued.

ROY HOGSED Bronco Buster 9004 Snake Dance Boogie ● CD $18.98
16 tracks, 36 min., recommended
Western Swing/Hillbilly music recorded from 1950 to 1954, that's what you've got here. Roy Hogshed was a somewhat obscure artist and I don't think any of these songs songs were hits. But they're full of fun, with plenty of accordion, fiddle and guitar. That combination of fun and swing that seems to have been so plentiful in the country music of the West Coast in the early 50's can be found all over this CD. The title cut along with Babies and Bacon, Shuffleboard Shuffle, Put Some Sugar In Your Shoes ...... they just don't write 'em like that anymore. As usual, Bronco Buster provides interesting but incomplete information on the artist, on the other hand, they are making the music available. (RS)
ROY HOGSED: Babies and Bacon/ Do You Call That a Sweetheart?/ Don't Bite the Hand That's Feeding You/ I'm Gonna Get along Without You/ I'm Hurtin' Again/ Let Your Pendulum Swing/ Mean; Mean Woman/ Poco Tempo (Inst.)/ Put Some Sugar in Your Shoes/ Shuffleboard Shuffle/ Snake Dance Boogie/ Stretchin' a Point or Two/ The Red We Want Is the Red We've Got (in the Old Red, White and Blue)/ Too Many Chiefs and Not Enough Indians./ Who Wrote That Letter to Old John/ You're Just My Style

ROSCOE HOLCOMB Smithsonian Folkways 40104 The High Lonesome Sound ● CD $16.98
21 tracks, 71 mins, essential
Many great traditional musicians were discovered in the late 50s and 60s but a few stand out above the rest - Roscoe Holcomb, discovered by John Cohen in Daisy, Kentucky in 1959, is just such a person. He was a superb singer, banjo player and guitarist with a high, intense vocal style that is drenched with emotion. His music was steeped in blues, traditional ballads and the Baptist church and carries an emotional charge that has few parallels - Robert Johnson is one that springs to mind! This wonderful collection features all the aspects of his diverse repertoire originally issued 3 Folkways LPs in the 60s and 70s and makes for spellbinding listening. His singing frequently sends shivers down my spine it is so affecting. The 24 page booklet includes detailed, informative and affectionate notes from Cohen along with some wonderful photos. If you love traditional music this is a must. (FS)

ROSCOE HOLCOMB Smithsonian Folkways 40144 An Untamed Sense Of Control ● CD $15.98
26 tracks, 74 mins, essential
Roscoe Holcomb is a wonder! One of the greatest of all traditional singers his incredible high and intense voice never fails to send shivers down my spine. He was also a magnificent musician on the guitar and banjo and, as this collection shows, he was also adept on fiddle and harmonica. This second collection of his recordings (his first on Smithsonian Folkways 40104 is also essential) is mostly drawn from his three Folkways albums issued between 1961 and 1972 but also includes some unissued tracks including several from a 1973 live concert. Roscoe's repertoire embraced old time songs, traditional ballads, blues, Baptist hymns, popular songs and more - all performed with Roscoe's "untamed sense of control" as Bob Dylan so aptly put it. Songs and tunes include Swanno Mountain/ Graveyard Blues/ Born And Raised In Covington (an incredible unaccompanied vocal) Barbara Allen Blues (an harmonica instrumental)/Rock Island Prison/ Combs Hotel Burned Down/ The Hills Of Mexico/ Mississippi Heavy Water Blues/ Train That Carried My Girl From Town/ Milk Cow Blues (a blues banjo instrumental!)/ Darling Corey/Sitting On Top Of The World/ Foggy Mountain Top/ Fair Miss In The Garden and more. 24 page booklet has beautiful photos and extensive and insightful notes from Roscoe's discoverer John Cohen whose life was changed by Roscoe and his music - it might very well have the same effect on you. (FS)

THE HOLLOW ROCK STRING BAND County 2715 Traditional Dance Tunes ● CD $16.98
Reissue of 1968 album originally on the Kanawah label featuring this popular and influential string band with Alan Jabbour on fiddle, Tommy Thompson on five string banjo, Bobby Thompson on guitar and Bertram Levy on mandolin.

HOMER & JETHRO B.A.C.M. 043 Ground Hog ● CD $14.98
25 tracks, 71 tracks, highly recommended Great collection featuring all but one of the tracks recorded by this fine comedic duo for King in 1947. Featuring vocal and guitar from Henry "Homer" Haynes and vocal and stunning mandolin playing from Kenneth "Jethro" Burns they perform traditional songs (Boll Weevil/ Poor Little Liza Poor Girl/ Ground Hog, etc), twisted version of Tin Pan Alley Songs (Margie/ Five Minutes More/ Night And Day/ I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now/ Glow Worm, etc) and a few originals (I Brusied Her Somewhat/ Goodbye Old Booze/ All Night Long, etc. Sound is generally excellent and there are brief notes by Brian Golbey. (FS)
HOMER & JETHRO: All Night Long/ Always/ Bill Bailey Won‘t You Please Come Home/ Blue Tailed Fly/ Boll Weevil/ Cielito Lindo/ Donkey Serenade/ Don‘t Let Your Sweet Love Die/ Don‘t Telephone, Don‘t Telegraph/ Five Minutes More/ Fly Birdie Fly/ Glow Worm/ Goodbye Old Booze/ Ground Hog/ I Feel Old Age Creeping On/ I Wonder Who‘s Kissing Her Now/ It Bruised Her Somewhat/ I‘ll Close My Eyes/ I‘m Glad I Waited For You/ Margie/ Night And Day/ Poor Little Liza Poor Girl/ Rye Whiskey/ Sympathy-symphony/ When It‘s Long Handle Time In Tennessee

HOMER & JETHRO Razor & Tie 2130 America's Song Butchers : The Weird World Of Homer & Je ● CD $16.98
20 tracks, essential
The set begins with Tennessee Border No. 2, and moves to their hit version of the pop hit Baby It's Cold Outside with June Carter. Their best-known numbers included novelties like The Billboard Song, but most were parodies of country hits, including I'm Movin' On No, 2, Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyeballs, Sixteen Tons and The Battle of Kookamonga (a spoof of Battle of New Orleans). They also demolished such pop hits as You Belong To Me, a pop hit for Jo Stafford, Mister Sandman, Hart-Brake Motel, (Heartbreak Hotel), Let Me Go, Blubber, (Let Me Go, Lover), I Want to Hold Your Hand and Misty, with an arrangement that clearly influenced Ray Stevens' 1975 hit version. One never-issued number is included: the novelty She Was Bitten On the Udder By An Adder. Homer & Jethro authority Dave Samuelson compiled the collection and wrote excellent notes based on his research and longstanding friendship with Jethro Burns. Now, all we need is Bear Family to reissue their instrumental LPs "Playing it Straight" and "It Ain't Necessarily Square" on one CD. (RK)
HOMER & JETHRO: Baby, It's Cold Outside/ Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyeballs/ Hart-Brake Motel/ Hernando's Hideaway/ I Want To Hold Your Hand/ I'm Movin' On No.2/ Is That Hound Dog In The Window/ Let Me Go, Blubber/ Li'l Ole Kiss Of Fire/ Mister Sandman/ Misty/ Sexteen Tons/ She Was Bitten On The Udder By An Adder/ Tennessee Border No.2/ Tennessee, Tennessee/ The Battle Of Kookamonga/ The Billboard Song Jam-Bowl-Liar/ Yaller Rose Of Texas, You All/ You Belong To Me No.2

HOOSIER HOTSHOTS Circle 905 Are You Ready, Hezzie ● CD $16.98

THE HOOSIER HOT SHOTS Proper BOX 63 Everybody Stomp ● CD $26.98
4 discs,100 tracks, essential
Are you ready Hezzie? This quartet spent decades combining Dixieland jazz, stomp, country & pure hokum, mainly for the radio audience where they were huge, but they also managed to put out quite a lot of recordings which, though never huge sellers were very influential - Spike Jones's City Slickers started years later & included many tunes from the Hoosier's repertory. Started by brothers Paul "Hezzie" Trietsch on washboard & slide whistle, & Ken Triesch - guitar, joined by Gabe Ward on clarinet & Frank Kettering on bass. With weekly exposure on The National Barn Dance, the boys had no problems getting recording contracts - here we have tunes from Banner/Conqueror/Vocalion & later on Okeh & Decca, + a rare V-disc. Also a 36 page booklet. Meet Me By The Ice House Lizzie/ I Like Bananas Because They Have No Bones/ The Girl Friend Of The Whirlin' Dervish/ From The Indies To The Andes In His Undies/ Connie's Got Connections In Connecticut/ When There's A Tear In The Eyes Of A Potato as well as more "normal" fare like Down In The Valley/ You're Driving Me Crazy/ I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate/ Wabash Blues/ Swanee/ St. Louis Blues/Divorce Me C.O.D., etc. (GM)

JOHNNY HORTON Bear Family BCD 15543 Rockin' Rollin' Johnny Horton ● CD $21.98
20 of his more rockin' 1950s Columbia recordings - most of these were previously reissued on Bear Family LP BFX 15069 but this includes some extra tracks including previously unissued versions of Got The Bull By The Horns and Ole Slewfoot. Also includes I'm A One Woman Man/ I'm Ready, If You're Willing/ I Don't Like I Did/ Honky Tonk Mind/ Let's Take The Long Way Home/ Honky Tonk Hardwood Floor/ All Grown Up/ Cherokee Boogie/ Sal's Got A Sugar Lip/ The Electrified Donkey and others. Many of these were attempts to cross country and rockabilly and they succeeded quite respectably. The original Honky Tonk Man, a big hit for Dwight Yoakam in 1986, is also here. Musicians include Grady Martin, whose piercing lead guitar was the perfect foil for Horton's voice.

JOHNNY HORTON Bear Family BCD 16258 The Early Years ● CD $99.98
CD reissue of LP box set 15289. 4 CD set covers all Horton's early recordings for Cormac in 1951, Abbott in 1951-52 Mercury from 1952-54 and 31 demo recordings he made in the early fifties plus some Dot and Briar sides.

JOHNNY HORTON Columbia CK 40665 Greatest Hits ● CD $9.98
Without question, Johnny Horton's greatest successes came in the four years he spent with Columbia, ranging from his early rockabilly-flavored hits like Honky Tonk Man to his "saga song" hits like Battle of New Orleans and North To Alaska . This set brings it all together, and is essntial to understanding one of the most gifted singers of his generation. ( RK )

JOHNNY HORTON Columbia CK 64761 Honky Tonk Man - The Essential John Horton ● CD $19.98
2 discs, 36 tracks, 84 min., recommended
If the Bear Family Horton boxed set is too much for either your budget or your appetite, this spiffy two disc set from Columbia, covering the years 1956 to 1960, just might do the trick. It begins with numbers that lean in the direction of rockabilly and ends with the "saga songs" that finally catapulted this veteran performer to fame. In between, there are even a few romantic ballads. My one quibble, however, is that several of my favorite Horton songs, such as All for the Love of a Girl, are not here. And with each disc under 45 minutes long, such omissions seem downright parsimonious. Oh well. Disc one, entirely monaural, includes the title track, I'm a One Woman Man, I Don't Like I Did (Before), I'm Coming Home, The Woman I Need (Honky Tonk Mind), I'll Do It Every Time, Lover's Rock, The Wild One, and Hot in the Sugarcane Field. And disc two, entirely stereo, includes When It's Springtime in Alaska (It's Forty Below), The Battle of New Orleans, Cherokee Boogie, Words, Johnny Reb, Sink the Bismark, The Mansion You Stole, and North to Alaska. Otherwise, sound quality is solid, and the liner notes by Colin Escott are brief but informative. (DH)

THE HOT CLUB OF COWTOWN Hightone 8094 Swingin' Stampede ● CD $14.98
14 tracks, 38 mins, recommended Debut release from this Austin threesome that blends Western Swing with Le Jazz Hot. Excellent musicianship to pull this off successfully off and the Hot Club delivers. Elana Fremerman on fiddle is a standout but Whit Smith on guitar and Billy Horton on bass more than hold up their end as well. The cuts range from vigorous and skillfully played instrumentals like Snowflake Reel and the Djangoesque Somebody Loves Me to Bob Wills covers My Confession and Ida Red. Various guests like Johnny Gimble and Jeremy Wakefield make appearences but the trio carries the music. At times the singing is a little weak but the enthusiasm that the band has for their music is evident throughout and the instrumental work is excellent! (FS)

THE HOT CLUB OF COWTOWN Hightone 8124 Dev'lish Mary ● CD $16.98

HOT RIZE Sugar Hill 3748 Traditional Ties ● CD $16.98

HOT RIZE Sugar Hill 3756 Untold Stories ● CD $16.98

LEON HUFF B.A.C.M. 126 The Texas Song Bird - The Early Years, Vol. 1 ● CD $14.98
25 tracks, 70 mins, recommended
First of two volumes featuring recordings with the outstanding country vocalist Leon HUff. Although he never recorded under his own name he was vocalist with several great Western Swing Bands including W.Lee O'Daniel's Light Crust Doughboys & Hillbilly Boys, Bob Wills & His Texas PLayboys, Johnny Lee Wills & His Boys and others. Huff's earliest sides from 1933 with the Light Crust Doughboys are available on Origin Jazz 1003 ("Western Swing Chronicles - W. Lee O'Daniel" - $16.98) and this CD opens with one track with The Doughboys and continues with six tracks from 1935 through 1937 with O'Daniel's Hillbilly Boys. There are 13 tracks from 1939 radio transcriptions by essentially the same group led by W. Lee's son Pat - these tracks find Leon as a pop crooner with quite a few of the songs being pop standards (And The Angels Sing/ Chapel In The Moonlight/ Red Sails In The Sunset, etc) with fairly lethargic accompanied. There are three fine sides from 1940 radio transcriptions featuring Leon with Jerry Sadler's Cowboy Stringsters with Cliff Bruner/ fiddle, Kermit Whalen/ steel guitar and floyd Tillman/ bass. From 1941 is some more crooning on Little Star Of Heaven with Charlie Mitchell & His Orchestra and the set ends with the fine Ten Years from 1942 with Bob Wills & the Texas Playboys. Sound quality is generally decent tough the radio transcriptions have too much digital noise reduction. Excellent notes by Kevin Coffey. (FS)
PAT O'DANIEL & HIS HILLBILLY BOYS: Ain‘t She Sweet/ And The Angels Sing/ Baby Your Mother/ Chapel In The Moonlight/ Clouds/ Cry Baby Cry/ Music Maestro Please/ My Buddy/ Old Gray Mare/ Red Sails In The Sunset/ Roll On Mississippi Roll On/ Stardust/ The Moon Got In My Eyes/ We‘ll Make Hay While The Sun Shines/ W. LEE O'DANIEL & HIS HILLBILLY BOYS: A Jug Of Wine And You/ Everyone‘s Out So Let‘s Stay In Tonight/ Goodnight My Love/ Long, Long Ago/ W. LEE O'DANIEL & HIS LIGHT CRUST DOUGHBOYS: Prairie Lullaby/ W. LEE O'DANIEL & HIS HILLBILLY BOYS: Someday Sweetheart/ There‘s Evil In Ye Children/ JERRY SADLER'S COWBOY STRINGSTERS: Does Jesus Care/ Get Along Home Cindy/ Little Star Of Heaven/ Vote For Jerry Sadler/the Singing Hills/ BOB WILLS & HIS TEXAS PLAYBOYS: Ten Years

LEON HUFF B.A.C.M. 127 The Texas Song Bird - The Early Years, Vol. 2 ● CD $14.98
24 tracks, 65 mins, recommended
24 more fine sides with most of the same groups except instead of Bob Wills the set ends with a 1947 track with Johnnie Lee Wills and the Boys. Again there are rather too many bland pop style offerings with Pat O'Daniel's group - these are not bad, just somewhat dull though the uptempo numbers like There'll Be Some Changes Made are hot. There are another couple of splendid sides with Jerry Sadler's Cowboy Stringsters. I think they could have condensed two albums into one by leaving out many of the Pat O'Daniel sides and the rest would have been a killer. (FS).
PAT O'DANIEL & HIS HILLBILLY BOYS: Annie Laurie/ Carry Me Back To The Lone Prairie/ Dear Old Western Skies/ God Bless America/ Jealous/ Margie/ Nobody‘s Sweetheart/ That Old Fashioned Way/ The Sheik Of Araby/ There‘ll Be Some Changes Made/ Tumbling Tumbleweeds/ Yellow Rose Of Texas/ W. LEE O'DANIEL & HIS LIGHT CRUST DOUGHBOYS: El Rancho Grande/ W. LEE O'DANIEL & HIS HILLBILLY BOYS: Everything Is Lovely In Dixieland/ I Can‘t Give You Anything But Love/ I Don‘t Mind/ My Cotton Pickin‘ Darlin‘/ One Sweet Letter From You/ Song Of Hawaii/ We‘ll Rest At The End Of The Trail/ What Will I Tell My Heart/ JERRY SADLER'S COWBOY STRINGSTERS: Leaning On The Old Top Rail/ Li‘l Liza Jane/ JOHNNIE LEE WILLS & HIS BOYS: How Soon

HARLEY HUGGINS & THE BARN DANCE GANG Country Routes 27 1946 ● CD $16.98
32 tracks from radio transcriptions made in 1946 featuring this fine Western Swing band led by former Bob Wills sideman - singer/ guitarist Harley Huggins and including several other Wills alumni like Junior Barnard, Alex Brashear, Mancel Tierney and others. Includes a wide variety of material - I Got Rhythm/ Shine/ At the Darktown Strutters Ball/ Columbus Stockade Blues/ Jole Blon Likes The Boogie/ In The Heart Of The Golden West/ Across The Alley From The Alamo/ Oklahoma Hills/ Poor Folks All The Time/ In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree/ Draggin' The Bow/ Texas Playboy Rag and more. Sound is very good considering the sources used and disc comes with 24 page booklet with extensive notes, photos and discographical info.

THE CORNELL HURD BAND Behemoth 1006 Cool & Unusual Punishment ● CD $16.98
24 tracks, 54 minutes, good
This Austin based band would seem to have a lot going for it on this recording. Johnny Bush and ex Asleep at the Wheelers Lucky Oceans and Chris O'Connell are guests and the material is a mix of honky tonk classics like Driving Nails in My Coffin and original tunes. Unfortunately what you get is somewhat less than the sum of these parts. The playing of many of the individuals here is fine, especially Lucky Oceans' work on pedal steel, but perhaps due to the high number of guest stars there is a lack of cohesion and tightness. The lead vocals by Cornell Hurd sound flat and uninspired. Many of the original tunes are fine, especially Seven Cups of Coffee and 14 Cigarettes and I Don't Care What It is That You Did When You Lived In Ft. Worth. However, much of the rest of the material is below par. The tracks include several brief passages of studio chatter that add nothing to the overall effect. (DP)

FERLIN HUSKY AS TERRY PRESTON B.A.C.M. 045 Tennessee Hillbilly Ghost ● CD $14.98
24 tracks, 62 mins, recommended A fine collection of some of Ferlin's earliest recordings from the early 50s before he achieved pop-country fame and is straight honky tonk country with few of the vocal mannerisms that would mar some of his later recordings. Ferlin is accompanied by a fine band including Speedy West on guitar. This set includes his first recording from 1952 of Smokey Rogers' fine song Gone which went nowhere at the time but became a number one country hit when he re-recorded it in 1957.  (FS)
FERLIN HUSKY: Cotton Pickin' Heart/ Counting My Heartaches/ Cross Eyed Gal From The Ozarks/ Crying Heart Blues/ Deadly Weapon/ Echoes In My Heart/ Flowers Speak Louder Than Words/ Gone/ Hard Hearted/ Heart Of Stone/ I Love You/ I Want You So/ I Wished A Thousand Times/ I've Got A Woman's Love/ Jezebel/ Lose Your Blues/ Now And Then/ Put Me In Your Pocket/ Road To Heaven/ Say When/ Tennessee Hillbilly Ghost/ The Letter You Promised To Write/ Time/ Watch The Company You Keep

FERLIN HUSKY Jasmine 3504 Feelin' Better All Over ● CD $11.98
Another collection of sides from radio shows this time featuring Ferlin Husky along with several by his comic alter ego Simon Crum. It includes live versions of a couple of his big hits from the 50s I Feel Better All Over (More Than Anywhere's Else) and Gone plus sides like If You Be My Baby/ Missing persons/ I Couldn't Treat A Dog Like You're Treating Me/ Don't Walk Away From Me/ The Kingdom Of Love and others. The Simon Crum sides will appeal to those who like Crum's persona.


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