If I Had One - Dave Dudley - Greatest Hits (Vinyl, LP)

His duet with Tom T. Hall called "Day Drinking" demonstrated that he was not limited to trucking songs. He is one of the best-known singers of the truck-driving era in country music and was one of the icons in this category. Dave was born in in Spen… read more. Dave Dudley May 3, - December 22, was a country music singer. Dave… read more. Dave Dudley is best-known for his trucker songs in… read more. Dudley was injured once again in , this time in a car accident, setting back his career in music.

In , "Six Days on the Road" became a hit for Dudley. The song was written by Earl Green and Peanutt Montgomery. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc. In the original version of the song as recorded by Dudley the lyrics include the words " I'm taking little white pills and my eyes are open wide Holiday Inns! Ohhh, that is perfect. And how thoughtful of Dorothy to purchase all that life insurance just in the nick of time to pay her husband's lawyers!

What a nice lady. What was it was like to know you had that giant red target on your back the same one now on Julian's back placed there by the US government? This was the entity she had worked for, sacrificed for, and thoroughly believed in. A lot like The Mafia. It's your life, and then, finally, it is your death. And so, I write this for Dorothy Hunt. We will never know the truth about your death, Dorothy.

And I apologize for all the feminists who didn't bother to investigate. Mariska Hargitay-on-the-trail does not apply to everyone. This is for all the feminists who believed in cough "pilot error"; all the feminists who shrugged because you had the wrong politics and the wrong husband. Similarly, we see that liberal white US feminists are currently picking and choosing which victims are more important than others. Millions of victims of US carnage should rightly rate a few more blog posts than Michael Moore acting like Michael Moore, you know?

My question to all of you is: why haven't they? As I said, I am profoundly skeptical. I see the hundreds of probably-astroturfed blog post replies with all of the not-linked commenters predictably stating RIGHT ON, we are glad you are standing up to Assange the bully-rapist! How many of these posts are by government plants or right-wing apologists? Are you absolutely certain you are pursuing the right course of action?

Do you see that you are coincidentally! Women's bodies are littered throughout. Do you care about them? And if you do, why have you not written about them and said so? Julian's organization, Wikileaks, has exposed horrific war crimes. Why are you going after him, with the blessings of your repressive government? Is your attack on Julian ultimately going to endear you to the women of the world, women unfortunate to have been born on the wrong side , women who have been left without running water and whose children have been blown up?

Oh, please. They are using you. And they will continue to use you with aplomb and make sure you get lots of attention, blog links and air time. They will flatter your ego and put you on radio and TV. In fact, you can work for the government right up until the moment of your elimination, when you are no longer useful.

Ask Dorothy. Ask her as she was standing at that airline desk, her heart pounding, purchasing all that life insurance. I'm sure Julian has purchased his. I've been so profoundly exhausted from another holiday retail season, I almost neglected the fourth year in a row of our Dead Air holiday tradition.

Have a great Christmas everyone! Feliz Navidad! Labels: alt-country , Christmas , family , holidays , music , rednecks , Robert Earl Keen.

The Kinks. Dead Air official Christmas Carol for the fourth year in a row! Labels: Christmas , classic rock , holidays , The Kinks. I just realized I have been banned from a good half-dozen lefty-blogs in the past few weeks.

And not a single right-wing blog has banned me. I have been as much of a pest at the conservative right-wing blogs as I have been at the liberal-lefty-radical blogs; I have in fact been far more rude and nasty to the Tea Partiers.

I have more or less minded my manners at all of the lefty blogs, but that hasn't helped me. All arguments at left-leaning blogs centered on various minor points of dogma, or about the fact of confrontation itself something the right-wing welcomes and enjoys.

The Left will have none of it. It seems the good people of the Left cannot even answer ME, one of their own. How on earth could the Left realistically respond to the Right? Looking at the liberal blogs in question, I see that no outright conservatives are allowed to participate.

Looking at the conservative blogs, I see a willingness to take on the liberals, even a zeal to do so. This is how we know they are on the ascent; they are unafraid. Meanwhile, the Left cowers and censors some old hippie grandmother who already agrees with them.

Good lord, what's wrong with this picture. Oh dear. Does she know that Sarah Palin, Mama Grizzly of the Mama Grizzly movement, just shot a reindeer , which she will likely roast out on the snow-covered Alaskan tundra, and serve for Christmas dinner?

I do trust Sarah Palin to be a bloodthirsty warmonger, mindless Republican talking-head and overall narcissistic swine. Why, I wondered, do I come to such different conclusions than my customer She really does, too. Is it because of our different backgrounds that we have come to different conclusions?

We don't seem that different to me. That's the scary thing. For example, Todd Pettigrew just wrote a spirited defense of incest on Macleans. Not just any incest of course! These are porn-fantasies come to life, and various men on the left can barely restrain their enthusiasm. If I were Pettigrew's daughter and I lived in his house? I'd be making plans to move. Unless I was too young to move. Yes, we all know that's the way it usually happens, huh? Sure it is. Feminists write epistles the length of the Summa Theologica about incest and how it is an abuse of familial and patriarchal power; how it amounts to men creating and brainwashing sexual beings for their own use, and it all comes to this?

Some hotshot professor David Epstein is busted for "having an affair" with his something daughter, and well It MUST be okay. They have just received the memo, and they are on the case. We'll have your reputation restored in no time, professor Epstein! They are now comparing incest to homosexuality, which incidentally, is an argument I first heard from William Donahue of the Catholic League: First they'll say homos are okay and next thing you know, they will be championing incest.

Oh, don't be ridiculous , we replied. And now, the fashionable liberals are saying just that. I don't see anybody advocating moms diddling their sons of whatever age which I think would TERRIFY these men in a way they could not even discuss rationally.

Jesus H, has the Left lost all sense of morality? We have 9. I figure these sicko defenses of sicko Epstein brought at least another thousand people or so over to the Tea Party side. Labels: Election , animal rights , Blogdonia , child abuse , conservatives , David Epstein , feminism , fish , incest , progressives , rednecks , Sarah Palin , Tea Party Movement , the male dilemma , Todd Pettigrew , William Donahue , you know who you are , Zen of Retail.

You're not looking at a snow sculpture. It's actually a lighthouse encased in snow and ice. It happened after the chilly winds moving through Cleveland blew water and snow all over the Cleveland Harbor West Pier lighthouse. Parts of Ohio have seen more than a foot of snow in the last few days thanks to a late fall snowstorm. I understand just how the poor lighthouse feels! And I am very glad I am not in my home state of Ohio right now--as cold as it presently is, South Carolina clearly has its advantages.

I promise I will eventually write a real post. I have so much crap piled up on my "to do" list, I haven't even had time to pay my damn car insurance. The only recreational time I've had recently, I spent watching reruns of Fight Club with Mr Daisy and eating vegetarian quesadillas from Moe's.

And what have you been doing this week? Be especially nice to your local overworked Christmas retail employee! At left: Is it--? Yes it IS! It's Phil Spector as Santa Claus! Take cover! NOTE: This is one of my favorite posts, although my blog was largely unread when I wrote it back in December of , so I am rerunning it here. A very harried Christmas in retail gives me precious little time to write, so I am dipping into the Greatest Hits.

It was originally titled " You'll be doing all right, with your Christmas of white. COVID Because of processes designed to ensure the safety of our employees, you may experience a delay in the shipping of your order. Thank you for your patience and understanding. We are grateful for your business and hope you are staying safe and healthy! Detailed Site Map of Links. Dave Dudley Volume 1. Get email alerts for Dave Dudley. Free shipping. Search Search. Length Related Tags country trucker country classic country Add tags View all tags.

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Listen Betty (I'm Singing Your Song) (15/-) | Comin' Down (8/-) | Under Cover Of The Night | I Feel A Cry Coming On | Down On Whiskey Row | I Hope My Kind Of Love Didn't Break Your Heart | Farewell To The Road | Rollin's All Gone Out Of This Rollin' Stone | For The Good Times | Six-O-One | I Cry A Lot | () Will The Real Dave Dudley Please.

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Greatest Hits on Discogs. Label: Mercury - MG • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country/5(7).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Dave Dudley's Greatest Hits on Discogs. Label: Mercury - SR • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Vocal/5(5).
  3. Dave Dudley (May 3, - December 22, ) was a country music singer. Born David Darwin Pedriska, he is best known for his truck-driving country anthems of the s and '70s. Dave Dudley is best-known for his trucker songs including "Six Days on the Road" and "Truck Drivin' Son-of-a-Gun".
  4. vinyl lp record album. Tracks Are: Six Days on the Road; Cowboy Boots; Last Day in the Mines; Big Ole House; Hiding Behind the Curtain; Mad; Truck Drivin' Son-of-a-gun: Two Six Packs Away; Last Year's Heartaches; If I Had One; I Got Lost; Don't Be Surprised.
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  8. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Greatest Hits [Mercury] - Dave Dudley on AllMusic. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Greatest Hits [Mercury] - Dave Dudley on AllMusic If I Had One. Dave Dudley. Amazon: 7: Truck Drivin' Son of a Gun. Dearest Dean.
  9. DAVE DUDLEY Vinyl Records and CDs Bakersfield meets Honky-Tonk and an eighteen-wheeler; classic Country Truckin' Songs from one of the masters of the genre. Dudley's warm, hearty baritone tells the sorrows and joys of trucking better than just about anybody.

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