Note: Listeners may find this program offensive due to racial stereotyping themes.
We continue our look at an uncirculated country music and comedy show from circa 1949, with a couple more episodes of "Southland Echoes", produced by the Nelson Chesman Company in Chattanooga.
Sponsored by Black Draught Laxative and Cardui for Women, episode 49-5 features the influential Southern Gospel group, the Homeland Harmony Quartet, singing "Living on the Sunny Side" and "After the Sunrise". West Virginia performers the Jones Sisters sing "My Adobe Hacienda" and "The Echoes from the Hills". Blackface comedians Jam-Up and Honey do a routine on how love is like sea sickness.