Old Grey Whistle Test

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Area Code 615 was the band, and they made two albums around
1968-1970 on Monument. I bought both of them, but only kept the
first, which doesn't have Stone Fox Chase on it. It's Nashville
studio guys, progressive ones, doing Otis Redding and other pop
material somewhat grittier than their usual gigs permitted.

The second album was more stylistically diffuse, with a
recorder choir doing things like "Ding Dong the Witch is Dead" (I
think), and included on the liner the message

P.S. Ding Dong the Code is dead.

Soon after, Charlie McCoy solo records started appearing on
Monument and popping up on jukeboxes in Country markets.

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