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Franklin Burns
Friday Foolin'
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Artist Top 10. Play Cue. 1. Friday Foolin'.

Vince Gill & Paul Franklin. Foolin' Around Lyrics

A New Life is the second album by The Marshall Tucker Band. It was recorded in Macon, Georgia at Capricorn Studios. Guest musicians include Charlie Daniels and Jaimoe from The Allman Brothers Band. The band uses a mellotron on "Blue Ridge Mountain Sky", "You Ain't Foolin' Me" and "24 Hours At A Time". All songs written by Toy Caldwell.

Roy Burns is the main antagonist in the film Friday the 13th: A New Beginning. A soft-spoken loner, Roy was a paramedic who was partnered with fellow paramedic Duke Johnson. Roy Burns, also know as Fake Jason/Blue Jason (after his death) learned of the death of his son Joey, who was a resident at Pinehurst Youth Development Center.

Foolin' Around" was a hit for Buck Owens in 1961, and it opens Bakersfield. Originally co-written by Owens and the great country songwriter Harlan Howard, it's a prime example of the so-called "Bakersfield Sound. That was a lively, honky-tonk, California-based alternative to the smoother, more orchestrated style that Nashville was developing in the 1960s. When Gill and Franklin started plotting this collaboration, they didn't just listen to the hits. They also unearthed lesser-known songs by Owens and Haggard. Take, for example, "He Don't Deserve You Anymore," a 1966 Buck Owens album cut never released as a single, but a gorgeous example of country songwriting. Gill delivers the litany of body parts that ache with longing for a cherished woman in the song's cleverly worded chorus. Bakersfield could have been just a meticulous labor of love, of appeal primarily to cultists.