Southland Echoes - Pgm 49-17

Note: This program may be offensive to some listeners due to racial stereotyping themes.

Another episode of "Southland Echoes", a weekly quarter hour program of music and comedy syndicated to stations serving hillbilly audiences circa 1949. The program was syndicated by the Nelson Chesman Company of Chattanooga, Tennessee and sponsored by Black Draught Laxative and Cardui for Women.

The Homeland Harmony Quartet performs "I Love My Savior, Don't You?" and "Lord Lead Me on". The Jones Sisters do a nice yodeling tune, "Down at the General Store", and "Two Little Overall Girls". Jam-Up and Honey contribute a routine about buying a car.

Some shows in this series have an odd technical problem in the form of a brief drop out that is in the transcription disc; in this show, the drop out is heard in the opening theme song. This isn't a problem with the MP3 file.

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