Wednesday, June 17, 2009

THE PORCH DOGS: LOW DOWN DIRTY: 1968


Ladies and gentlemen, I now present you with the top-selling bluegrass album of all time: The Porch Dogs: Low Down Dirty. Produced as a tribute to lead man Les Worth's paternal grandmother, Vernella (Dirty) Worth (pictured on cover), this record was the first of its ilk to go triple platinum, selling millions of copies in a mere matter of minutes. Referred to as, "backwoods brouhaha, (but in a good way)" and said to contain "the best damn banjoing this side of the Mason-Dixon Line", Low Down Dirty is the perfect shoe for any musicphile to chew on.

1 comment:

  1. Does this album feature the tunes "Your Comb Has Only One Tooth" and "Woodshed"?

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