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Published on Sep 6, 2010
An old commercial with an original song sung by Knoxville singer Terera Crowe-Rose. From around 1992, I guess. Teresa sang the vocals and then she lip-synced herself for the video. So that is her voice singing, and her on camera. Footage shot by Phil Hardison with Bob Deck as grip. In the Baker audio room in Homberg Place. We did a lot of pretty good original songs in those days! Teresa and I wrote this one, with Bob Deck as musical producer. We recorded it on an old 8-track machine. Comment: Nashville don't give a diddily poop how many good songs there'us been writ elsewhares. Their big old machine is too big. They "r" like the Company Store now. Ironical, ain't tit? Anyway... There was also a 60-sec version of Hey, Chattanooga, which I have somewhere. It has another verse. Herb Adcox Chevrolet was quite remarkable in that they did these kinds of commercials -- community minded.