Guest:  Jack Imel

Original Air Date:  March 8, 1969

Lawrence and his Musical Family go to work! This charming show features the various occupations that keep us busy, ranging from Sandi and Sally flying high as a couple of astronauts performing “We’ll Make It To the Moon” to Larry Hooper digging deep as a coal miner in “Sixteen Tons.” The show concludes with an all-out Dixieland version of “Muskrat Ramble.”


"The Trolley Song" - Tanya, Sandi, Cissy, Andra, Bobby, Dick, Joe, Steve

"Penthouse Serenade" - Norma Zimmer and Jimmy Roberts

"The Circus Polka" - Myron Floren on accordion with Bob Ralston on keyboard, Neil Levang on banjo and Richard Maloof on tuba

"We’ll Make It to the Moon Tonight" - Sandi Griffiths and Salli Flynn

"My Heart Still Remembers" - Charlotte Harris on cello

"One, Two, Three" - sung and danced by Bobby Burgess and Cissy King

"The Wichita Lineman" - Dick Dale

"Call Me" - Tanya Falan

"School Days" - Jo Ann Castle on honky tonk piano

"Salt and Pepper" - Andra Willis

"Milkman, Keep Those Bottles Quiet" - danced by Arthur Duncan and sung by Larry, Steve, Curt and Charlie

"Cab Driver" - Larry Hooper, Steve Smith and Curt Ramsey

"Sam, You Made the Pants Too Long" - Cissy King, Tanya Falan, Sandi Griffiths, Andra Willis with Frank Scott at the piano

"Too-ra-loo-ra" - Joe Feeney and Natalie Nevins with Frank Scott at the piano

"He’s the Sound Effects Man" - Jack Imel with Sandi, Cissy, Andra and Tanya

"I’m an Old Cowhand" - Steve Smith

"Sixteen Tons" - Larry Hooper

"Muskrat Ramble" - David Joy on trumpet, with Bob Havens on trombone, Russ Klein on clarinet and the rhythm section