Pop! Goes the Country

Season 4 Episode 24

Del Reeves / LaCosta / The Geezinslaws

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Aired Unknown Feb 18, 1978 on

Episode Recap

LaCosta opens with the Dave Loggins composition: Lovin' Somebody On A Rainy Night – Ralph talks for a bit with LaCosta about the rumor that she was quitting Country Music, and moving over to Pop, but she quickly dispels that rumor, explaining that her roots are in Country, and that she has no intention of leaving it – Ralph introduces the former regulars of 'The Arthur Godfrey Show', The Geezinslaw Brothers (Sam Allred, and Dewayne 'Son' Smith). The Geezinslaws perform You Wouldn't Put The Shuck On Me, then Sam tells a hilarious story about the time they visited a haberdashery, to buy a new suit for Son, then comments on how 25% of Americans are a little 'off' – Del Reeves sings A Dime At A Time – Ralph chats for a bit, with Del, during which, Del does an impression of Roy Acuff, then goes on to explain how he thinks that impressions are a high form of flattery – LaCosta sings the Buzz Cason/Bobby Russell composition: Jessie And The Light – Del Reeves sings After The Lovin' – Ralph chats for a bit with 'Cos' about her new album, then thanks Del Reeves, and The Geezinslaws for appearing on the show, then Del and LaCosta team up for Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms, with some backup from The Geezinslaws.

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