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Let’s Reconsider…

September 6, 2011

Album titles or concepts that should have been properly consulted…

 

Florida Boys – “The Many Moods Of The Florida Boys”

(At least they had the courage to tell the truth…they didn’t really need superior PR to sell records.)

 

The Kingsmen – “Reverand Everette Beverly and Sister Annie Laura

(I’m not exactly crackin’ on the song.  But I’m sure there could’ve been some consulting on a shorter album title.)

 

More Kingsmen… – “1686 Pounds of Gospel

(Nobody flaunted their weight collectively like The Kingsmen.  But that’s approximately 241 lbs per person.  Wish my offensive line was that big.  We would’ve won a State Championship.)

 

Equally, the Kingsmen & Florida Boys have their share of terrific album titles/cover concepts.  When you put out 3 albums per year for 30+ years, you’re bound to strike gold every now and then.

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6 Comments
  1. quartet-man permalink

    🙂 Interesting idea. If you want to go for a long title, try the Oak Ridge Boys’ “Old Fashioned, Down Home, Hand Clappin’, Foot Stompin’ Southern Style Gospel Quartet Music” 😀

    • I found a new guest blogger. Gather it up. If I ever have any Oak Ridge questions, I know where to go, no doubt.

      • quartet-man permalink

        What is funny that in many listings the title is shortened to something like “Old Fashioned…Quartet Music” because the columns are too narrow to fit the title. 🙂 It really is a great album and the last album they did on Columbia and practically the last they did before going country. (Although they did do a live lp on their own label that was half gospel and half country in between the two).

  2. I challenge you to find an album title longer than “James Blackwood & the Blackwood Brothers Combine with Hovie Lister & the Statesmen to Wish You a Musical Merry Christmas”.

    I love the Kingsmen albums and covers from the 1970s and 1980s.

  3. One of the most unique album titles in my entire collection is the Hopper Brothers & Connie’s 1975 recording ‘Lord Help Me Bury The Hatchet’.

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