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Published on Nov 26, 2010
In my childhood, there were two albums in my dad's record collection which impressed me. It was Jim Reeves with the album, Distant Drums and Ned Miller, with the album, The Best Of I can not say why, but when; Do What You Do Do Well, was played, it was a song that I liked, like the Snow Flake by Jim Reeves.
It is from 1965 and was recorded at Fabor Records, but Capitol Records released it, and today is one of the great when you're talking about 60s country music.
Ned Miller has written songs for himself, but many have interpreted his songs both in their 60s, 70s and up until today.