Jim Terr | Don't Get Me Started

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Don't Get Me Started

by Jim Terr

24 songs from the satire star of radio, YouTube and The Internets with his first album of strictly satire and comedy. Some political (leftie), mostly just hilarious. Jim Terr and "BuDDy" and friends solve almost all the world's problems in 24 easy songs.
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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1. Tonsils in Taiwan
3:02 $0.99
2. More Time with My Family
2:35 $0.99
3. Another Texas President
3:32 $0.99
4. Take Fifteen (Feat. Marilyn Priddy)
2:52 $0.99
5. Thank God for the Supreme Court (Feat. Buddy)
2:26 $0.99
6. Where the Sun Don't Shine
4:36 $0.99
7. Standard and Poor
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8. Red or Green's All Right
2:06 $0.99
9. Nekkid (Feat. Buddy)
3:54 $0.99
10. Please Mister President
2:00 $0.99
11. Let's Go through Menopause Together (Feat. Buddy)
3:16 $0.99
12. I'm Gonna Love the Glenn Beck Out of You (Feat. Buddy)
2:55 $0.99
13. Like Me Like You Used To
1:21 $0.99
14. Livin' in the Land of the Free (Feat. The Hamsters)
3:36 $0.99
15. Did It Hurt?
4:29 $0.99
16. How About Them Dodgers?
2:49 $0.99
17. Where'd I Put that Henpecking Contract?
2:25 $0.99
18. Son of a Rabbi Man (Feat. Kate Bennett)
3:02 $0.99
19. Bosses of the World, Unite!
3:19 $0.99
20. Don't Get Me Started
1:05 $0.99
21. Death of a Satirist (Feat. Susan Goar)
1:22 $0.99
22. Campaign Finance Song
2:20 $0.99
23. Mama Don't Send Me to the Big Box Store
2:49 $0.99
24. Do They Have E-Mail in Heaven?
2:41 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
“Don’t Get Me Started” – Jim Terr and friends

REVIEWS …[Jim Terr has been] described as a modern day Mark Twain, Will Rogers, Jimmie Rodgers and Jackie Mason rolled into one. Can I add to that list names like Shel Silverstein, Tom T. Hall, Bobby Bare, Ray Stevens and the likes--master wordsmiths all, and country boys too. / "Some of the most thoroughly enjoyable tunes I've ever heard...tiny monuments to songwriting...For whatever elements came together to make the genius of Jim Terr and his music happen, we should be truly gleeful, grateful and gratified. / "A cross between Tom Lehrer and Ray Stevens...sorely needed comedy in these uncertain times." -Country Music People (UK). / He shares equal territory with the folksy politicism of Phil Ochs, the sheer songwriting skill of Townes van Zandt, and the shamelessly naive sense of ironic humor of Loudon Wainwright III." / "Jim Terr's spirit shows through consistently in his songs... It's the droll, sardonic, 'cut-the-B.S.' outlook known around the world as American." -James Fallows

Information on recordings: Most of the earlier of these songs were recorded using “Band-in-a-Box” sampled tracks at Ricky Recordo’s in Santa Fe, NM, with Rick Mena on guitar, and occasional harmonica, banjo, etc., and Jim Terr on bass on a couple. Newer tracks also recorded – almost entirely- on Band-in-a-Box. Most vocals by Jim Terr, most harmonies by Margaret Burke, some by Marilyn Priddy. Kevin Zoernig plays solo piano on several of the newest songs. “Son of a Rabbi Man” features Steve Hill, Michael Hearne and Mark Clark. Other background vocals by Lydia Clark, Michael Hearne, Trez Gregory; mandolin by Rich Hardy, keyboards by Alberto Alcocer, and live BuDDy audiences at Tricklock’s Reptilian Lounge, Albuquerque, NM. Apologies to anyone I might have left out here.

Thanks to the many supporters who donated to and invested in these various recordings. Website for Jim Terr’s satire is BlueCanyonSatire-dot-com. Please see that site also, for lyrics, etc.

This work is also supported by sales of fine art prints at MountainDragonfly-dot-com

Jim (and BuDDy) perform custom songs etc. at weddings, parties, conventions and banquets, both corporate and anti-corporate. Many of these songs exist in video form on YouTube, on the HYMIEHYMIE channel. (over 600,000 views as of September, 2011).

We hope to develop “The Public Campaign Finance Song” into a comedic stage musical called “The Canyon Campaign” to be staged initially in Washington, DC by the summer of 2012. Any inquiries / support are welcome.

Thanks to Thom Hartmann, Jim Bohannon, Dr. Demento, BuzzFlash.com, Mountain Stage, Mike Malloy, NPR, and many other programs, networks, writers, fans and supporters for keeping this all going for so long. Jim Terr's work has aired on the ABC, CBS, NBC/Mutual, Westwood One, BBC (British) and National Public Radio networks, Air America, Voice of America, the Larry King, Jim Bohannon, G. Gordon Liddy, Jim Hightower, Paul Harvey, Thom Hartmann, Peter Werbe, Mike Malloy, Dr. Demento, "Mountain Stage," Sam Seder, Jon Elliott, "This Way Out" and "Whaddya Know?" radio shows, NBC- and CBS-TV News, in film, and has been broadcast in over 20 countries. He wrote and performed the national jingle favorite, "Sing a Song of Snapple"

Finally, thanks for the big-time celebrity, big-name support to BuDDy, whose website is



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