11/30/19 Bob L. Moore and Joe Perkins

Bob Moore, who is 87 years old today, is especially known as part of Nashville’s famed “A Team.” He participated in over 17,000 recording sessions (the most of anyone in history ???), including many very famous country recordings: http://www.nashvillesound.net/index.htm

His songwriting credits are much less known, but in 1963, he did write a couple of eeefin’ songs for Joe Perkins, and “Little Eeefin’ Annie” actually charted, a singular feat for such songs: http://www.angelfire.com/tn2/bobloyce/eeef.html

“Uncle Eeef” is quite unusual. According to “Eef Beat Manifesto,” Perkins did construction work for Bob Moore, which led to Perkins’ singing career: https://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2009/03/eef-beat-manifesto.html

Joe Perkins, “Little Eeefin’ Annie” https://youtu.be/uklw_TXuGXA

Joe Perkins, “Uncle Eeef” https://youtu.be/k1vMmAftxmk

Perkins did go on to record more music, mostly R&B/ soul. He did cover “Think I’ll Go Somewhere And Cry Myself To Sleep,” which was written by Whisperin’ Bill Anderson and recorded by various country stars. https://youtu.be/2tYiZzUeg30

Little Eeefin’ Annie was covered in French, German, and Italian.

French https://youtu.be/JzOigXIqt8c

German https://youtu.be/1rEkJL6QBrg

It doesn’t appear that anyone has uploaded the Italian cover.

You can find more oddities on my Odds and Ends list: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0_pvQKkaTWk_mMuZBq0AHJC

There was an odd little burst of eefing recordings in 1963, including “Eefin’ Alvin” by Alvin and the Chipmunks and Jerry Reed writing “Eefananny” for The Ardells.

11/28/19 New Albums This Week

Cliona Hagan, Kacey Musgraves (Christmas), Jack Marion and the Pearl Snap Prophets, Sarah Jane Scouten, John Riggins, JS Ondara, Brandon Elder, and Mark O’Connor Band.

Record Store Day Black Friday: https://recordstoreday.com/PromotionalEvent/571

My October-December Country Plus Showcase includes over 165 artists so far: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-tR16mK6iahWJja7WOZA5A

The Bellamy Brothers released a video this week for “Over The Moon” https://youtu.be/IZ4xbP53MtI

Robert Ray released a lyric video this week for “Break My Heart All Over Again” https://youtu.be/vdvxxtdmrtk

I haven’t gotten into this year’s Christmas music much yet, but I’ll start keeping an ear open for some different entries to add to my list: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-j9NjX4777a9nZ97D5gVFK


Turkey is the traditional main course for the holiday, but most Thanksgiving music doesn’t sound like this:

“Turkish Country Music” by American Ottoman: https://youtu.be/T7P966SSlyA

I don’t know why the Ottoman Turks from Dallas chose their band name, but they released an album this year, including a video for “Glass Bottles” https://youtu.be/hOV6-Z9ecsE

Here’s a bluegrass version of “Misirlou,” a song with roots in the Ottoman Empire, but made famous in the US by Dick Dale’s surf rock version: https://youtu.be/XZvJ3CQpHZA

Johnny Cash covered Bob Marley’s “Redemption Song” with Joe Strummer, who was born in Turkey: https://youtu.be/VNBJiy4JS3o

Here’s Johnny Cash’s “Thanksgiving Prayer” https://youtu.be/egIB7tYW80M

We need a traditional side dish to go with our Turkey. How about some Cranberries, bluegrass style ? Della Mae’s cover of “Zombie” https://youtu.be/yFFAXc7pO58

For dessert, let’s try some 1941 Fats Waller, “Eep, Ipe, Wanna Piece of Pie” https://youtu.be/xcv1NJeP-SU

11/26/19 The Courtroom Of Red Lane

Red Lane (1939-2015) had great success as a country songwriter, and here’s his writeup in the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame: http://nashvillesongwritersfoundation.com/Site/inductee?entry_id=2080

He lived in an airplane that he converted into a house ! Here’s a 2010 CMHOF “Poets and Prophets” feature on Red Lane: https://countrymusichalloffame.org/plan-your-visit/exhibits-activities/public-programs/poets-and-prophets/red-lane/

“Merle Haggard once goaded his longtime friend Red Lane by calling him the world’s third-best songwriter. “Hank Cochran is first,” Haggard said. “I’m second. You’re third.”

Red Lane wrote so many country songs, but today’s feature is a song that neither of the above articles happened to mention: 1971 soul/funk #12 R&B hit “The Courtroom,” recorded by Clarence Carter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EtTyRXTvyE&list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-V1Zm3r_8zuhMVhWlU0O00&index=15&t=0s

Blowfly recorded an R-rated parody of “The Court Room” in 1974, so there’s an early example of an artist best known as a rapper covering a song written by a country writer. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blowfly_(musician)

Blowfly: “”In hillbilly, you’ll find some of the best lyrics and morals. I used to listen to Homer and Jethro, and they would rap most of the time, only they didn’t call it rap then. They used to call it soul talkin’.”

I wouldn’t generally think about Country Music Hall Of Famers Homer and Jethro in that context, but here’s their CMHOF profile: https://countrymusichalloffame.org/artist/homer-and-jethro/

Note that Homer and Jethro were once called “The String Dusters.” Modern bluegrass group “The Infamous Stringdusters” included “infamous” in their name to differentiate: https://bluegrasstoday.com/whats-in-a-name-the-infamous-stringdusters/

The Unfamous Stringbusters are a Japanese group that often covers Infamous Stringdusters songs. Here’s a very recent performance of “Black Rock” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOkYIyVm1Bs

11/25/19 Eleven Texans

Today, we take a look back at a few of the Texans who released music this year, and not just the biggest names. I have mentioned most of these in previous posts, but I wanted to corral a bunch of Texans in one post.

The last fifteen songs on my January-February Country Plus Showcase have western themes. Here’s “Where Are Red and Cowboys Are Blue” by 22-year-old Triston Marez: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHi-B0h8GWY&list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-kwTHYUZwwwF1RGBkE2CP1&index=144&t=0s

My March-April list includes this fun video from Felix Truvere, “Always Somethin'” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZxuTAe03Lk&list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-bwAXPAD9vVn5DA_X-Xhka&index=3&t=0s

My May list includes the 15-year-old Jake Blocker, “It’s Your Turn To Cry” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LD2SbUZwznI&list=PLkY8-UOMZQ09cdworoiMzVB8_CdCxVZJ-&index=24&t=0s

Bri Bagwell is very well known in the Texas scene, but she deserves to be better known on a national scale. Here’s “Cheat On Me” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xOCLeO80gg&list=PLkY8-UOMZQ09cdworoiMzVB8_CdCxVZJ-&index=25&t=0s

I had to remove a Shane Smith & The Saints song because of a “video blocked in country” error. I lost over a dozen songs from the May list alone because songs were removed for various reasons.

My June list includes entries from well-known Texas acts like Mike and the Moonpies and Aaron Watson, but also check out Lucas Ebert, “Stuck To The Ground” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yj9V5bGJ_Vw&list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-wdHepjkgDCr8-Sp2DsYTJ&index=30&t=0s

Sunny Leigh Shipley’s album is one of the most underappreciated in the Texas scene this year. “Out Of the Sky” includes Texas bluegrass group Wood & Wire: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=firgcUml3GQ&list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-wdHepjkgDCr8-Sp2DsYTJ&index=80&t=0s

My Southern Rock Plus list includes well-known Texas acts like Whiskey Myers, but also check out The Whiskey Prophets, “Worth The Pain” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AyJ2XY2sRRg&list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0_bYlp0JhEwQrLHaURsl7ER&index=35&t=0s

My July list includes Vincent Neil Emerson’s fun video for “Willie Nelson’s Wall” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqwaVg6o8gg&list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0_p3uv1wJwiGcf7DPaCfMRg&index=14&t=0s

My August list includes “The Jameson Waltz” from Kayla Ray: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDY9-ESxwWs&list=PLkY8-UOMZQ08us-o88qKzw1LmH8Xsuf8q&index=31&t=0s

My September list includes “10,000 Acres” from Charley Crockett: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WJXS5rOnYQ&list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0_FemLPcAnqZM3UUNrx8AUP&index=18

My October-December list includes plenty of Texans, too. Here’s “West Texas Turbine” by The Blan Scott Band: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7KRixPTBU8&list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-tR16mK6iahWJja7WOZA5A&index=105

11/24/19 Hit’s Briarhopper Time

The WBT Briarhoppers have been around since 1934: http://wbtbriarhoppers.blogspot.com

Here’s a video about the group’s timeline: https://youtu.be/X7ZyY_EUQ8s

Billie Burton Daniel turned 95 this year, and she’s the kid in the 1936 group photo.

Arthur Smith and Earl Scruggs were among the vast number of musicians who played with the group at some point: http://briarhoppersresting.blogspot.com

The group has had a lot of members over 85 years, and they released their first album in 15 years a few months ago, “Hit’s Still Briarhopper Time.” It is available only directly from the group. https://www.lincolntimesnews.com/arts_and_entertainment/local-group-keeps-up-legacy-of-mountain-music/article_022028e6-90ee-11e9-ab0f-fb4a2a76f898.html

““If Bill Monroe is the father of Bluegrass, then the Briarhoppers are probably the grandfather of Bluegrass,” Tom Warlick said. “We had that ensemble before Bill Monroe ever thought of hiring a banjo player.”

Whitey and Hogan were a country duo for an unparalleled 66 years, from 1935 to 2001. They recorded as a duo and with others, in addition to their work with the Briarhoppers. The CMHOF archives include this 1982 interview: https://countrymusichalloffame.org/oral-history/whitey-hogan-2/

Whitey and Hogan once declined the opportunity to join the Opry, according to this article by That Nashville Sound: https://thatnashvillesound.blogspot.com/2010/09/whitey-grant-country-music-pioneer.html

11/23/19 The Country Side Of Quinton M Claunch

Last year, Quinton Claunch (who will turn 98 December 3rd) produced Willie Hightower’s soul album, and I mentioned that while Quinton’s best known for his work as a Memphis producer in the 1950s-1960s (soul, R&B, rock and roll, and gospel), he also played the Grand Ole Opry in a country band in the 1940s, and wrote some country songs. Let’s dig in and enjoy a few of his country and rockabilly songwriting efforts:

Jimmy C Newman took “Day Dreamin'” to number 7 on the country chart in 1955: https://youtu.be/Q3YPJwCja58

Wanda Jackson also recorded a fine version: https://youtu.be/8tI9bKUEyTA

Charlie Feathers’ first single in 1955, “I’ve Been Deceived” https://youtu.be/9zWhs5t1pv8

After Jimmy Dean’s big hit “Big Bad John” and Chubby Checker’s huge success with “The Twist,” here’s the 1962 novelty “Big Bad Jon The Twister,” sung by Jon Kennedy: https://youtu.be/NBImT3Jhxno

“Dinky John” in 1960 by Charlie Feathers https://youtu.be/jpGOoex02Fw

1955 Carl Perkins, “Sure To Fall (In Love With You)” https://youtu.be/i0G6xLQC6qs

1972 Barbara Mandrell and David Houston, “Lovin’ You Is Worth It” https://youtu.be/sHjB6lS3JmQ

11/21/19 New Albums This Week

Another week = another week of new music to enjoy…

Jason Aldean, Graham Reynolds (14-piece band), Triggers & Slips, The Bodarks, Jomo & The Possum Posse, Keller & The Keels, Nick Dittmeier, Benjamin Tod, Amanda Anne Platt (Christmas), Dick Jr & The Volunteers, Jack Nathan Harding, “Women Sing Waits” compilation, and Scott H. Biram. New albums from Hert LeBlanc and Patrick Norman are partly in French.

My October-December list includes nearly 150 artists: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-tR16mK6iahWJja7WOZA5A

The 2019 “Country Plus” series as a whole includes nearly 2,000 songs, so there’s plenty of new music to discover throughout the year.

Here are links to many of my YouTube lists:

Christmas: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-j9NjX4777a9nZ97D5gVFK

Country Polka: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ09gKahRkf7C-L1Ju0kdM6_V

A Few Good Tunes is a small list that I change around: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ09OfzcFwcXG8kIdG-WVMaCQ

September 2019 Country Plus Showcase: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0_FemLPcAnqZM3UUNrx8AUP

Trucking Songs: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0_eYTC_yZ-jG8V3Y-oJeM70

Western Music Before 1960: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ09fOAMoP5dQFLW-de24vp5P

Western Music 1960-1979: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-zwHDHQlgGhLMsKG4EzqjG

My Spotify lists: https://open.spotify.com/user/okralemon

Honky Tonk, from 1916-present: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-1yoTDTQV3Jrn6Oe8MaXef

Square Dance: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ08WEniLfJ754gkbf3FdvpQo

Funny & Weird: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0_EK_Dl_W92YMWSGoYgM2yt

Odds and Ends, but Mostly Odds: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0_pvQKkaTWk_mMuZBq0AHJC

Interesting Instrumentals: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-6BHcuXYX13cajGpJpKl8Z

Island Country Vibe: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ09gcNdHaAXRxhYc8-scNOUi

Marching Band country & western: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-U2lSP1Y7xa5uzpwPC_xu5

Bluegrass Covers (including one from The Bodarks, who have a new live album this week): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ08ALquMHcr8MRHspvPZAd_4

Acts I saw or met during CMA week this June: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-WbuM-pNw3IKPAU7nc4Ele

Hip Hop Meets Country Plus: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-V1Zm3r_8zuhMVhWlU0O00

August Country Plus Showcase: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ08us-o88qKzw1LmH8Xsuf8q

July Country Plus Showcase: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0_p3uv1wJwiGcf7DPaCfMRg

June Country Plus Showcase: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-wdHepjkgDCr8-Sp2DsYTJ

May Country Plus Showcase: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ09cdworoiMzVB8_CdCxVZJ-

Mar-Apr Country Plus Showcase: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-bwAXPAD9vVn5DA_X-Xhka

Jan-Feb Country Plus Showcase: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-kwTHYUZwwwF1RGBkE2CP1

2018 Country Plus Showcase: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ08rh-5bkVOnbB0uP9XV09XX

2017 Country Plus Showcase: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ08t6N9eIxaDWm-2YP-niDXa

2015-2016 Country Plus Showcase: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-uqAS0M4LlvpR7zBwLC4js

Halloween: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0_xX_BwEull5byladrYInML

Virginia Mountains: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0_33VovZTkvKF_TwzC3BcRd

Coal Songs: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ08yWYJ2Sr_UeqY6DZxsxFzM

Snakesss: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0_4c2rJLSHdU1JkcRSDLwS4

Southern Rock Plus, 2015-2019: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0_bYlp0JhEwQrLHaURsl7ER

International Country Music 2018: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0_3cF48cNpjzUaypVVInUia

Songs Written By Chris Stapleton: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0_STDPd0CJaA3dFiEWiiT4R

Staplemania (Chris Stapleton singing, playing, backup vocals, etc): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-zKPI5u39k8hklw0eEy-P0

Religious & Inspirational: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ09Sb75VzDdfRPjiNtElF0zA

2017-2018 CMA Week Meet & Greets: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ08QBqY-maPhaX0Zdh59dQkg

11/20/19 Grammy Nominations

Here’s the official list: https://www.grammy.com/grammys/news/2020-grammy-awards-complete-nominees-list

I’m more interested in the Waffle House awards tonight, but I’ll congratulate these nominees, too.

Country music is sparsely represented in the general field categories, though Billy Ray Cyrus shows up for Old Town Road.

Tanya Tucker did get a nomination for song of the year for “Bring My Flowers Now.” The video for the song is included in my October-December Country Plus Showcase.

Yola landed a nomination for new artist. She isn’t a country artist, per se, but she does have country influences, and she tours with country/Americana artists.

Rodrigo and Gabriela show up in the “best contemporary instrumental album” category. Although not considered “country,” this act is included on my March-April Country Plus Showcase: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-bwAXPAD9vVn5DA_X-Xhka

Rival Sons have a couple of nominations in the rock categories, but I’ll mention them because Dave Cobb produced their album. Although the California band is not a “southern rock” band, I do include a song from this album in my Southern Rock Plus Showcase because the band went to Muscle Shoals, Alabama to record, and the Muscle Shoals influences are reflected in the music.

Best Country Album looks pretty good, for the most part. I would have liked seeing George Strait in there, too. His album sold better than a lot of the other country albums this year, but he has been shut out of awards. It’s worth mentioning that the winning CMA country album from Maren Morris did not receive a nomination. I was unimpressed by the album, and apparently the Grammy voters were, also. The Highwomen album is a better example of Maren as a country artist, but was released after the eligibility deadline. Carrie Underwood and Garth Brooks were in the headlines a whole lot last week at the CMAs , but both were shut out entirely at the Grammys.

Tanya Tucker and Ashley McBryde are two of the five in the “country solo performance” and “best country song” categories, but I have no idea if that gives them any advantage over the other nominees in those categories. Willie Nelson landed a nomination for country solo performance, which adds to his already exceptional legacy.

I’m not impressed by most of the country duo/group nominees. Luke Combs with Brooks and Dunn did a very straightforward remake of an old Brooks and Dunn hit. If voters wanted to reward Combs’ huge year, honoring one of Luke’s own songs would have been more appropriate. Maren Morris and Brandi Carlile ? If voters wanted to recognize these artists, they’d have been better off recognizing one of the songs released by The Highwomen.

For “best country song,” Miranda Lambert’s “It All Comes Out In The Wash” seems marginal to consider. Poll some random Miranda Lambert fans for their list of five favorite Miranda Lambert songs, and see if this song gets many votes. It’s not a bad song. I just think she has had some much bigger songs in her career.

Dolly Parton landed a nomination for “contemporary Christian performance” with King & Country. They performed at the CMA awards. Dolly also picked up a nomination for a movie soundtrack song.

The American Roots, Americana, folk, and regional roots categories are a jumbled mess. Good luck figuring out which is what and why. Keb Mo is apparently Americana, rather than blues, Vince Gill is American Roots, and Yola is somehow both Americana and American Roots, and she’s not even American !

The bluegrass category is nice enough, but I’m surprised that neither Molly Tuttle nor Billy Strings are included somewhere in the bluegrass or other roots categories. Seriously, folks, check ’em out. With all of the roots/folk/Americana categories, you’d think they could land a song or performance somewhere.

Bluegrass fans should also take note of a couple of the nominees in the “roots gospel album” category, since Steven Curtis Chapman’s album is a bluegrass gospel album, and his long-time friend Jerry Salley is also best known for his work in the bluegrass field.

There are some other country names in a few of the obscure categories near the bottom of the page, too. For instance, Randy Newman has a nomination for writing the “Lonesome Cowboy” song in Toy Story 4. Chris Stapleton sang the song (and very well, of course), but isn’t nominated for this or anything else, unfortunately.

11/19/19 News Bits

There are too many awards for any sane individual to keep track of, so I guess it’s up to me ? Last week, the CMA awards drew the headlines, but ASCAP, BMI, and SESAC also gave out awards. Grammy nominations will be announced tomorrow, and the fan-voted American Music Awards will be on ABC November 24th.

The Americana Music Awards, which are completely different from the American Music Awards, were held in September, but the Americana ceremony will be shown on this weekend’s episode of Austin City Limits. Speaking of Austin City Limits, this past weekend’s episode included Kane Brown and Colter Wall, representing young artists from opposite ends of the country and western spectrum. I attended both tapings. The ACL staff is always very pleasant, and I recommend attending ACL tapings whenever you get the chance, no matter who is playing.

The Waffle House Tunie Awards are tomorrow evening on Facebook Live. Yes, even the Waffle House has its own set of music awards, and Chris Stapleton and Hootie and the Blowfish are among the advertised names.

President Trump will award Alison Krauss with a National Medal of Arts: https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/president-donald-j-trump-award-national-medal-arts-national-humanities-medal/

Texas Sounds International Country Music Awards winners: https://www.texassounds.org/past-events/

International Western Music Association award winners: https://iwesternmusic.org/recent-award-winners.php

From Music Row Magazine, Luke Combs has the “largest streaming week in history for a country album” https://musicrow.com/2019/11/weekly-register-luke-combs-new-album-sets-record-with-no-1-all-genre-debut/

Alabama with Charlie Daniels Band will play a two-night run at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena: https://www.wsmv.com/news/alabama-to-play-bridgestone-arena-with-the-charlie-daniels-band/article_27d34914-0a0c-11ea-bab1-f7151836aa75.html

Chris Young and Gavin DeGraw will tape an episode of CMT Crossroads November 26th, and it’s free for the public to attend.

Last night, we attended the Texas Music Scene television taping for Josh Weathers and Stoney LaRue. Josh Weathers played at the presidential inauguration a couple of years ago, and here’s a video where he explains how that came about : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7B8qEUlPDIQ

Stoney LaRue has a new album out, and has been a big part of the Texas scene for a long time. At the end of his taping, he saw Austin Meade in the audience. Austin didn’t know he was going to get called up to the stage, but he sang one song to finish the evening.

My Honky Tonk list on Youtube has extremely few views, but fully 150 songs, so I’ll post it again. I mix in a few current artists like Jon Pardi and Luke Combs, but the bulk of the list is from decades ago, with a few of the very earliest entries near the top. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkY8-UOMZQ0-1yoTDTQV3Jrn6Oe8MaXef