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Album Review

As a duo, Moe Bandy & Joe Stampley hit the country charts nine times between 1979 and 1985, usually with comic or novelty material, and they provoked enough laughs to be named the CMA Duo of the Year in 1980. But you will find only their four most successful collaborations here-"Just Good Ol' Boys," "Where's the Dress," "Holding the Bag," and "Hey Joe (Hey Moe)." The other six tracks on this budget-priced album are evenly divided, with three of each singer's solo Top Ten hits. While that's in keeping with the "super hits" logo (none of the other Joe & Moe singles made the Top Ten), it may not be what consumers expect when they see the two co-billed. Better to have given Bandy and Stampley their own separate Super Hits albums for their solo works and collected all the duo records here instead.

Customer Reviews

Glad to be raised country!

This review is mostly for the song "Bandy the Rodeo Clown". This song reminds me of when I was younger and was growing up on a farm filled with orchards in Northern California. It wasn't a cattle ranch but we worked just as hard. With country as the soundtrack we made it through and it made me who I am, now a hard working white collar worker who knows how to two step! Thank you Moe for your great songs throughout those days that I can still enjoy. Give it a try, you'll love it!

not original

Not an not buy...

moey dude

Stinky moey just a discrace


Born: June 6, 1943 in Springhill, LA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Joe Stampley has had a career that spans the genres and styles of music and entertainment. Born in Louisiana and raised on his father's Hank Williams records, Stampley began playing piano before the age of ten, and by the age of 15 he was recording demos with a local DJ named Merle Kilgore. The demos went nowhere, however, and neither did a 1961 session with the Chess label, but Kilgore was able to score a smooth R&B hit with a group he had formed called the Uniques. The song, 1966's "Not Too Long...
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