Memories of America, Ode to the Little Brown Shack Out Back (1964). Album by Billy Edd Wheeler. was covered in. After Taxes by Johnny Cash (1978). Blistered by Johnny Cash (1969).
Jackson" is a song written in 1963 by Billy Edd Wheeler and Jerry Leiber and first recorded by Wheeler.
Billy Edward "Edd" Wheeler (born December 9, 1932, Boone County, West Virginia) is an American songwriter, performer, writer and visual artist. He has written songs performed by over 90 different artists including Judy Collins, Jefferson Airplane, Bobby Darin, The Kingston Trio, Johnny Cash, Neil Young, Kenny Rogers, Hazel Dickens, and Elvis Presley. One of his co-writers, on the song "Hadn't Been For Baby" recorded by Soul group The Relatives, was noted singer-songwriter Jimmy Radcliffe.
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Billy Edward Wheeler. Wheeler is the author-composer of eight plays and musicals, a folk opera (Song of the Cumberland Gap), commissioned by the National Geographic Society, and three outdoor dramas: the long-running Hatfields & McCoys at Beckley, West Virginia, Young Abe Lincoln at Lincoln City, Indiana, and Johnny Appleseed, at Mansfield, Ohio . The Wheeler Man. - - 1966. Goin' Town and Country.
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In 1963, Wheeler began recording more or less as a folk artist for Kapp Records, but as that New York-based label soon made a move into country music, Wheeler found the transition a natural one. The following year, he made his debut on the charts with "Ode to the Little Brown Shack Out Back," a satirical lament for the vanishing outhouses of the rural south that hit number three on the country charts. No more hits were forthcoming, but Wheeler 's albums on Kapp fell well outside the '60s country mainstream; 1967's Paper Birds showed the influence of psychedelia.
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|A1||Ode To The Little Brown Shack Out Back||3:05|
|A5||Hot Dog Heart||1:50|
|A6||The Reverend Mr. Black
Written-By – Wheeler*, Peters*
Written-By – Wheeler*, Rodgers*
Arranged By, Conductor – Cliff ParmanProducer – Paul Cohen
Written-By – Wheeler*, Lieber*
- Written-By – Billy Edd Wheeler
NotesA1 recorded Live at The Mountain State Art & Craft Fair, Ripley, W. Va.
A Lieber-Stroller Production.
*Produced by Paul Cohen
*Arranged and conducted by Cliff Parman
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Label Code (Side 1 label): KL 1425
- Label Code (Side 2 label): KL 1425
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 runout): KL 5 1425-A-51 D
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 runout): KL 4 1425-B-51 C
|KL-1425||Billy Edd Wheeler||Memories Of America / Ode To The Little Brown Shack Out Back (LP, Album, Mono)||Kapp Records||KL-1425||US||1964|
|KS-3425||Billy Edd Wheeler||Memories Of America / Ode To The Little Brown Shack Out Back (LP, Album)||Kapp Records||KS-3425||US||1965|
|KL-1425||Billy Edd Wheeler||Memories Of America (LP, Album, Mono)||Kapp Records||KL-1425||Canada||1964|
|KS-3425||Billy Edd Wheeler||Memories Of America / Ode To The Little Brown Shack Out Back (LP, Album)||Kapp Records||KS-3425||US||Unknown|
|HAR.8221, HA-R 8551||Billy Edd Wheeler||Memories Of America / Ode To The Little Brown Shack Out Back (LP, Album, Mono)||London American Recordings, Kapp Records||HAR.8221, HA-R 8551||UK||1964|