Have your sound on.....
Here's one for you ... Burma Shave with the Statler Brothers.
You may need to watch it twice; once to watch the Burma shave signs change and once to catch all the pictures plus listening to the music of the Statler Brothers.
I am sending this to my "older friends" (because most folks under 50 would have no idea what they are singing about) and to my kids (so that they understand why we are the way we are). Too bad they missed it!
Click: http://oldfortyfives.com/DYRT.htm <
Named after a brand of tissues, the four members of the Statler Brothers did not in fact share a fraternal bond; what they did share, however, was the distinction of being one of the most successful vocal harmony groups in the history of country music. Formed in the group's home base of Staunton, VA, in 1955, the Statlers were originally a church trio comprised of bass vocalist Harold Reid (born August 21, 1939), baritone Phil Balsley (August 8, 1939), and tenor Lew DeWitt (March 12, 1938). In 1960, Reid's younger brother Don (born June 5, 1945) signed on to take the lead vocal reins, and the quartet performed gospel music under the name the Kingsmen.
For more on The Statler Brothers go HERE.