Ray Stevens - Joggin





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Published on Mar 18, 2012

"Joggin" is from the album called "He Thinks He's Ray Stevens" and was Ray's twenty-first studio album and his first for MCA Records, released in 1984.

The front of the album cover shows Stevens spoofing French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte.

The track "Mississippi Squirrel Revival" is the only Top 40 single from this album, reaching #20 on Hot Country Singles (now Hot Country Songs) in 1984.

"Furthermore" is a re-recording and partial rewrite of Stevens' 1962 single of the same name.

"The Monkees (Theme From)" is a cover of the theme song to The Monkees but sung by Ray in broad German dialects under the guise of two fictional singers, Wolfgang and Fritzy.

This album also marked the debut of "It's Me Again, Margaret," a chart single about an obscene phone caller.

A re-release on CD on August 15, 1992, titled Mississippi Squirrel Revival, featured this album's first eight tracks in a different order.

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