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  • Johnny Paycheck - You can take this job and shove it The classic 1977 Old Country song by Johnny Paycheck.
  • Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 - Tribute to Yelling Hopper This is my tribute to Dennis Hopper yelling like the crazy man that he is (not a put down) and at the end, the stupid way to end the film imo.
  • Johnny Paycheck Take This Job And Shove It
  • Old Violin Johnny Paycheck The Late great Johnny Paycheck
  • Johnny Paycheck Chillicothe Prison Interview
  • JOHNNY PAYCHECK - Only Hell My Mama Ever Raised
  • Paycheck Trailer HQ (2003) Director: John Woo Cast: Ben Affleck, Uma Thurman, Michael C. Hall, Aaron Eckhart, Kathryn Morris. Plot: An electrical engineer who has been working on a top secret project for two years wakes up one day to discover that his employer has erased the parts of his memory concerning his top secret work. Trying to collect his "paycheck", he discovers that instead of a cash payment, he had agreed to receive a package of seemingly meaningless objects instead. As he tries to put the "pieces" of his life back together, he also discovers that the government is apparently after him, aiming to put him in jail for something else he can't remember.
  • DAVID ALLAN COE Take This Job And Shove It flv DAVID ALLAN COE - Take This Job And Shove It
  • Johnny Paycheck - If You Think You're Lonely This video follows my other Paycheck video "Old Violin" it was caputred/recorded from the same night on the Grand Ole Opry. One of my favorite Paycheck performances. This is Johnny's rendition of an old over-looked Ray Price tune "If You Think You're Lonely (You Should Be Here With Me)". This is what country should sound like!
  • Classic Track: Old Violin (Johnny Paycheck) A one-time hell-raising renegade from Greenfield, Ohio, Johnny Paycheck took to playing music and raising hell at young age. Born Donald Eugene Lytle in Greenfield on May 31, 1937, Johnny was playing guitar at the age of six and singing professionally at the age of fif***. After dropping out of high school, Johnny began having minor run-ins with the law. However, none were serious enough to keep him from pursuing a career in music. While playing local gigs, he continued developing his skills as a songwriter and as a backup singer. Although he'd been writing since the mid-50s, it wasn't until two of his singles broke the charts in 1966 that he gained recognition as a songwriter. That year Ray Price charted with Touch My Heart and Tammy Wynette scored with Apartment #9. A prelude to his solo career began as a bass player for Ray Price. From there Johnny took a job with George Jones. He stayed with George for six years, playing bass and later steel guitar. Paycheck also worked with Faron Young and Porter Wagoner. Meanwhile, Johnny began working on a solo career by recording his own singles. Paycheck first appeared on the charts in 1965 with A-11. By 1966, Johnny had co-founded Little Darlin Records and for three years, he cut several sides for the label. Only one single The Lovin' Machine broke the top-10. Paychecks big break came when he signed a contract with Epic Records in 1971. After his first recording session with Epic, he began turning out singles at a steady pace ...
  • Johnny Paycheck Slide Off Your Satin Sheets
  • Johnny Paycheck "Colorado Kool-Aid" Funny song! Made it to #50 in 1978.
  • Johnny Paycheck - I'm the Only Hell (my mama ever raised)
  • George Jones & Johnny Paycheck - Love Bug From Oklahoma City's "Mathis Bros. Country Social". This was a legendary local tv show sponsored by and produced in a furniture/appliance store. The show was a down-home TV hoe-down packed with music and fun. The Mathis brothers wore cowboy hats and boots. They sang, danced and performed comedy routines. Between 1959 and 1964, the Mathis Brothers' Country Social enjoyed high ratings. The show surpassed Rod Serlings's "The Twilight Zone" in popularity. Promoting their store for its "fire blazin'" prices, Don and Bud saw the store increase sales. Buck Owens, a periodic guest host on the "Country Social", was named host of the program, however in 1967 he would leave to co-star on TV's "Hee Haw."
  • Teachers Unions Abuse Non-Union Teacher Paychecks Due to family medical hardships, non-union Pueblo school employee Becky Robertson missed an annual deadline to opt out of union fee paycheck deductions. The union rejected her appeal. Though she had chosen not to be a union member, Becky ended up paying the union hundreds of dollars that could have been used for medical bills and other expenses. Why do Colorado laws allow this type of abuse to continue?
  • Me and the IRS Johnny Paycheck song "Me and the IRS".
  • Johnny PayCheck - A 11 (1965) This is one of, (if not the best) song that Johnny PayCheck ever recorded, "A-11", from 1965. This is one of his best songs in my opinion, ripped from the original vinyl. I also like hearing his tenor vocals on early Faron Young recordings. The man is truly missed. I made the montage from pictures off the Internet. Hope you enjoy. Johnny Paycheck (May 31, 1938 -- February 19, 2003) was a country music singer. He is most famous for recording the David Allan Coe song "Take This Job and Shove It". Born Donald Eugene Lytle in Greenfield, Ohio, United States, he began playing guitar by age six and made his first record at age 15. Country icon and longtime friend, George Jones, purchased Paycheck's burial plot and headstone when he learned that his family couldn't cover the interment costs. He was buried in Woodlawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Nashville. (source Wikipedia)
  • Paycheck movie trailer feat. Eight Days by Pitchshifter Pitchshifter's Eight Days featured on the movie trailer for Paycheck in Europe only. Track lifted from Pitchsifter's PSI album.
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  • Johnny Paycheck - A11
  • Johnny Paycheck - Colorado Kool-Aid One of my favorite songs from Johnny Paycheck. One of the "Outlaws" from the 70's
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  • Johnny Paycheck-Jukebox Charlie. Another written by Johnny and Aubrey Mayhew. This was put on Little Darlin' Records in 1967, the record company Paycheck and Mayhew started together. Johnny Paycheck worked for some of the best like Faron, Porter, Ray Price and George Jones. Lloyd Green is on steel.
  • Bobby Austin ~ Apartment #9 (Johnny Paycheck, vocal harmony) The Life and Work of West Coast Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist Bobby Austin Bobby Austin was an accomplished West Coast singer and songwriter, with a pleasant voice. Bobby made his first brief chart appearance in 1966. The song that brought him into the national spotlight was Apartment #9, which was named Song of the Year by the Academy of Country Music that year. Bobby recorded for Tally Records, Challenge Records and Capitol Records and placed singles on the Billboard chart from 1966 through 1972. Robert Allen Austin was born on May 4, 1933, in Wenatchee, Washington. After working in local bands, Austin moved to Los Angeles in 1955 and soon gained footing in the local country music scene. His first professional recording session was with the small Sundown label in 1958. Two years later, Bobby recorded his single, 'Polynesian Baby on Challenge Records. Austin subsequently joined label mate Wynn Stewart's band and played bass on recording sessions for Buck Owens. Bobby played bass guitar in Wynn Stewart band and he was with Wynn when he setup residence at the Nashville Nevada Club (Las Vegas) in 1961. Bobby remained with Stewart until 1962. The earliest version of the group known as the Nashville Nevada Club Band, featured Roy Nichols (guitar), Ralph Mooney (pedal steel), Bobby Austin (bass), Peaches Price (drums), Jim Pierce (piano) and bandleader Wynn Stewart (guitar, vocals). The band was augmented by singer Jackie Burns. In 1961 Jackie Burns, Wynn Stewart and the ...
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  • Paycheck Movie Trailer Michael Jennings (Ben Affleck) is a talented reverse engineer who is hired by technology firms to work on top secret projects and have his short term memory erased when he completes the job. When Michael begins work on his newest project for powerful businessman James Rethrick (Aaron Eckhart), he believes that he will receive four billion dollars for his troubles. Instead, he awakens to discover that he has forfeited his money and sent himself an envelope full of random objects. To figure out just what happened during the last few months, Michael will need the help of his friend Shorty (Paul Giamatti) and bioscientist Rachel Porter (Uma Thurman), his beautiful ex-coworker. Directed by John Woo. With Colm Feore, Michael C. Hall and Kathryn Morris. Categories: Sci-Fi, Thriller, Action, Mystery. Year: 2003.
  • New Paycheck Deduction Nancy Pelosis and Barack Obamas words are ringing true: We will learn what is in the bill once it is passed. New long term care deduction on everyone's paycheck-$150-250 a month, unless you opt out. This would be in addition to your health insurance premiums, and taxes you already pay. The final version of the bill is only 906 pages long and can be found here in Pdf format:
  • Paycheck Score ''Hog Chase Part 2'' - John Powell No Copyright Infringement Intended.
  • Johnny Paycheck: The Outlaw's Prayer Live on the MCT show circa early 1990s
  • Johnny Paycheck - 11 months and 29 Days
  • JOHNNY PAYCHECK - 15 Beers
  • Paycheck Woman Cledus T. Judd - "Paycheck Woman" Album: Bipolar & Proud Label: Koch Director: Shaun Silva Released - 2004
  • Johnny Paycheck & Tracy Byrd "Someone To Give My Love To", slightly abbreviated version from 1997.
  • Johnny Paycheck - I'm the only Hell My Mama ever Raised Johnny Paycheck - I'm the only Hell My Mama ever Raised.
  • The ***ing Cops - Paycheck Are we just trying to get paid? Video by Jon Rybicki and Andy Merrill (My Friend Cleveland). Read lyrics and listen to more music at: the*** Purchase stuff from TFC and other diy punk bands at Download the ***ing Cops demo for free at http
  • TRIBUTE TO JOHNNY PAYCHECK... To the Old Violin himself, Johnny Paycheck...
  • Johnny Paycheck & Merle Haggard I'm The Only Hell IN THE CHILLICOTHE, OHIO PRISON You wanted it. So here it is. PAY gave me this copy of his concert back in 1993 at the Chillicothe Correctional Institute with Merle Haggard. Yes you heard me right. The Hag. is with him in this video. People have been asking me. How can I get a copy. Well this video has never been released to the public. SPECIAL THANKS TO: BILLY DON BURNS - Who had the forsight to produce such a super rare piece of country music history. Thank you Billy. The way I understood. It never will be. Go to Johnny OFFICIAL web-site. Ran by his son Jonathon at:
  • My YouTube Pay Check .How to get yours,"Quit Working"a job. In this video I'm showing everyone what I have done to get Paid and how easy it is for you to do the same .This is my second pay check from be a YouTube Partner and I just quit my job.You don't need thousands of subscribers,all it takes is a dream and a little hard work and you could be on your way .Thank you YouTube for the Love you have shown my family and I in our time of need.Thank you YouTube family and friends also for your Love.All that I do is for the Love of Baby Sean,PEACE.
  • Johnny Paycheck singing A-11 This totally kicks major country ass!!!!....Notice how he says it's his "new record"....some of the guys playing here, are on his original Hilltop record....Charlie Justice on fiddle and Sonny Curtis on steel.
  • JOHNNY PAYCHECK - Take This Job And Shove It
  • Johnny Paycheck Apartment Number 9 Got another fantastic cut from the "Jukebox Charlie" LP. Ohio born Johnny wrote this hit, and it's the one that got Mississippi native Miss Tammy Wynette on the road to stardom. Listen to Johnny's version.