Ryan and AD’s mothers drop by Shabby Road to criticize the conditions, drink Jameson, and unveil their mystery boxes full of records that their sons were subjected to in the 60’s and 70’s. Which artist decided to do an album of standards against the wishes of his label, and it stayed on the charts for 10 years? Which record was so ubiquitous in the 1970’s, that according to AD “you’re kinda weird” if there wasn’t a copy in your house? Which artist was trying to cover Jerry Reed’s guitar man but it wasn’t sounding right, so they flew Jerry in to get it right for them? What is the KISSmobile? Which singer recorded a gospel record in her father’s church and it became her best seller? Which singer started his career playing in a gay bathhouse?
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