Just Good Ol' Boys (album)

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Just Good Ol' Boys
Studio album by Moe Bandy & Joe Stampley
Released 1979
Genre Country
Label Columbia
Producer Ray Baker
Moe Bandy & Joe Stampley chronology
Just Good Ol' Boys
(1979)
Hey Joe! Hey Moe!
(1981)

Just Good Ol' Boys is first second album by country singers Moe Bandy and Joe Stampley, released in 1979 on the Columbia label recorded at the CBS Recording Studios, Nashville, Tennessee and Jack Clements Recording Studio, Tennessee.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Just Good Ol' Boys" (A. Fleetwood) - 2:33
  2. "Make A Little Love Each Day" (B. Moore) - 2:32
  3. "Tell Ole I Ain't Here, He Better Get On Home" (W. Kemp) - 2:18
  4. "Honky Tonk Man" (J. Horton/T. Franks/H. Hausey) - 2:04
  5. "Partners In Rhyme" (B. Fischer) - 2:36
  6. "Holding The Bag" (B. Moore/P. Bunch) - 2:34
  7. "Bye Bye Love" (B. Bryant/F. Bryant) - 2:27
  8. "Only The Names Have Been Changed" (H. Howard/D. Schaef) - 2:42
  9. "When It Comes To Cowgirls (We Just Can't Say No)" (J. Abbott/P. Jackson) - 2:10
  10. "Thank Goodness It's Friday" (A. Fleetwood) - 2:24

Musicians[edit]

  • Bob Moore
  • Johnny Gimble
  • Chip Young
  • Tommy Allsup
  • Hargus Robbins
  • Jimmy Capps
  • Leo Jackson
  • Weldon Myrick
  • Kenny Malone
  • Charlie McCoy
  • Billy Samford
  • Hayward Bishop
  • Terry McMillan
  • Buddy Emmons
  • Phil Baugh

Backing[edit]

The Jordanaires with Laverna Moore.

Production[edit]

  • Sound Engineers - Billy Sherrill & Ron Reynolds
  • Photography - Larry Dixon & Chip DeVilbiss
  • Design - Bill Johnson
  • Art Direction - Virginia Team.