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Jumpin' Bill Carlisle

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Busy Body Boogie
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Rattlesnake Daddy
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Love, Love, Love (That's What It Is)
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No Help Wanted
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Something Different
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Knot Hole
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T'ain't Nice
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Too Old To Cut The Mustard
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Is Zat You Myrtle?
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I Need A Little Help
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Doggie Joe
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Feet Don't Fail Me (This Time)
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Shake A Leg
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If You Don't Want It
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Female Hercules
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Honey Love
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New Liza Jane
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I Don't Want To Run
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Money Tree
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Ladder Of Love
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Old Fashioned Love
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I'm Rough Stuff
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Uncle Bud
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 23   Total Length: 52:56

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Legendary Country Radio Performer

farawayhills

Bill Carlisle, who died in 2003, aged 94, had a seventy year career as a radio and stage performer. His 1933 hit, "Rattlesnake Daddy" is a good example of the influence of prewar "Hillbilly Boogie" on the development of Rockabilly. Bill developed a stage act which involved frequent jumping during his songs (hence the nickname). Many of his songs (such as the popular "Too Old the Cut the Mustard") involved comedy elements, which may or may not survive well the passage of time - but there is no denying the enduring appeal of the boogie. He often appeared with his family, and the female voice on some tracks is likely to be his daughter Sheila.