Fulfillment by Amazon FBA is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's fulfillment centers, and we directly pack, ship, and provide customer service for these products. If you're a seller, Fulfillment by Amazon can help you grow your business. Learn more about the program. Cars, motorcycles, vans, choppers, and bongs--it's easy to see where Fu Manchu find their inspiration, and it's clear this isn't cerebral rock. These boys, who hail from the synapse-frying heat of the California desert, go for the gut.
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Skip to main content. Fastest delivery: Sep 10 - Only 2 left in stock - order soon. Qty: 1 2 Qty: 1. Add to Cart. Secure transaction. Your transaction is secure. We work hard to protect your security and privacy. Our payment security system encrypts your information during transmission.
Amazon's Roger Miller Store
It was Miller's fifth single for Smash Records. The popular crossover record hit No. Miller recalled that the song was inspired when he was driving and saw a sign on the side of a barn that read, "Trailers for sale or rent". Miller performs it in the concert film The Big T. The recording by The Proclaimers is included in the film The Crossing Near the end of their official music video, the pair are shown reading a newspaper whose headline is "Roger Miller, King of Plugs". Miller's recording appears in an episode of the Super Dave TV show, where Super Dave Osborne Bob Einstein sings along while sitting at a piano mounted on top of his tour bus.
BOISE, Idaho — Twenty-seven years ago this month, country music icon Roger Miller died of cancer … leaving behind a whole slew of hit songs that have survived over the years. Back in the Sixties, when songs were played on vinyl records and AM radios, listeners knew well the story of a down-on-his luck hobo … smoking stogies … railing the rails … earning his keep wherever he could. Miller was known for composing songs while on the road, scribbling down lyrics here and there, between all his concerts and TV appearances. Boise broadcast historian Frank Aden remembers it well. Many have heard Miller reportedly wrote the song while staying at a downtown hotel. Some say it was the Idan-ha. Others say: no, it was the Hotel Boise -- which is now the Hoff building. And still others have heard Miller got the idea for the song while passing through the Boise airport. Boise resident Rick Just has done a lot of research on Idaho history.