Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Elton and Betty White "The Best Love-Maker in the World"

Posted By on Tue, Jun 3, 2008 at 12:39 PM

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More good news for fans of criminally unknown Arkansas musicians: musician and artist Jerry Colburn is teaming with Donavan Suitt, one half of RURAL WAR ROOM, the local radio show, record label and “cyber band,” to put out an album of unreleased material from cult favorites Elton and Betty White.

According to RWR's MySpace site, the label will release "The Best Love-Maker in the World" on August 27 to coincide with the release of the Oxford American's music issue, which will include an article on the couple.* The site calls the album the "first official release of the [duo's] full back catalog"

In the meantime, whet your appetite for multi-generational sexually explicit jams by going here. The pictures! The story**! The music***!

*The Music Issue probably won't be out until the fall.

**Too rich and convoluted to get into here, but it involves a "psychic and sexual renaissance,"a congressional run, Bill Clinton, Venice Beach and "Arsenio Hall." 

**Especially, “I’m in Love With Your Behind.”

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