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Smilin’ Jack Smollon does ‘Rocky Top,’ Auburn-style

Photo from J.M. Comer’s 2009 classic “The Re-education of Smokey,” which you can and should check out here.

You hate hearing “Rocky Top.” But—Shug forgive us—it’s so darn catchy. It comes in your head and you feel so guilty. Make it stop, Smilin’ Jack, make it stop!

From 1988, if you can believe it:



For previous installments of Rah-rahs Per Minute, TWER’s longstanding series focusing on the vinyl (and otherwise-formatted) sounds of Auburn Spirit too long relegated to the rotting Shasta box bulk-bins of our thrift stores and garage sales, go here.

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