Cledus T. Judd Just Another Day in Parodies
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- Released: December 1, 2009
- Originally Released: 2009
- Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
- 1.My Cellmate Thinks I'm Sexy
- 2.Goodbye Squirrel
- 3.What the *$@# Did You Say
- 4.More Beaver
- 5.Record Deal
- 6.How Do You Milk a Cow
- 7.Night I Can't Remember
- 8.Momma's Boy
- 9.Wife Naggin'
- 11.Merry Christmas From the Whole Fam Damily
Personnel: Cledus T. Judd, John Anderson, Julie Reeves, Brad Paisley (vocals); Russ Pahl (electric & pedal steel guitars, banjo, dobro); J.T. Corenflos, Troy Lancaster, Howard Hall (electric guitar); Dan Dugmore (pedal steel guitar); Gary Burnette, Michael Spiggs, Stephen Davenport (6-string banjo, mandolin, fiddle); Glen Duncan (mandolin, fiddle); Larry Paxton (tuba, electric bass); Gary Smith (piano, organ); Jeff Hazard (keyboards); Mike Brignardello, Alison Prestwood, Harrell Cook (electric bass); Paul Scholten, John Singer (drums); Trenna Barnes, Chris Clark, Joanna Cotten, Wes Hightower, Buffy Lawson, H.L. Voelker, Melissa Bell, Meredith Bell, Hillary Radcliff, Maddie Radcliff (background vocals).
Engineers include: T.W. "Big" Cargile, Rob Matson, Chuck Pfaff.
Recorded at County Q and Station West Studios, Nashville, Tennessee. Includes liner notes by Cledus T. Judd.
Nashville's answer to "Weird" Al Yankovic, the Artist Formerly Known As (No Relation) returns with another set of merciless lampoons of the leading lights of country music (the sole exception being a raspberry directed into the more urban neighborhood of Kid Rock).
The high-profile satiric targets here include the Dixie Chicks, whose "Sin Wagon" is recast as "Wife Naggin'" (obviously, a whole other moral kettle of fish), Kenny Chesney, whose "She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy" mutates into the slightly more disturbing prison anthem "My Cellmate Thinks I'm Sexy," and Toby Keith, whose "How Do You Like Me Now" gets a rural makeover and emerges as "How Do You Milk a Cow."
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- UPC: 886974938620
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