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Roger Miller

Roger Miller is best known for his humorous novelty songs, which overshadow his considerable songwriting talents as well as his hardcore honky tonk roots. After writing hits for a number of artists in the '50s, Miller racked up a number of hits during the '60s which became not only country classics, but popular classics as well.

Miller was born in Fort Worth, TX, but raised in the small town of Erick, OK, by his aunt and uncle, following the death of his father and his mother's debilitating sickness. Initially, he was attracted to music by hearing country over the radio as well as by his brother-in-law, Sheb Wooley. By the time he was ten, he earned enough money picking cotton to buy himself a guitar. At the age of 11, Wooley gave him a fiddle and encouraged him to pursue a performing career. Miller completed the eighth grade and left school to become a ranch hand and rodeo rider. Throughout his adolescence, he played music in addition to working the ranch. Soon, he was able to play not only guitar and fiddle, but also piano, banjo, and drums.

He enlisted in the Army during the Korean war and was stationed in South Carolina, where he met the brother of Jethro Burns who arranged an audition at RCA Nashville for him. Early in 1957, Miller left the army and auditioned for Chet Atkins at RCA. The session was unsuccessful, and he spent a year as a bellhop at a Nashville hotel. While in Nashville, Miller met George Jones and Pappy Dailey, who introduced him to Don Pierce, an executive at Mercury Records. Pierce signed Miller and had him cut three songs. His first single, "Poor Little John," disappeared without a trace. Following the failure of his first single, Miller continued to work at the hotel and tour with other musicians -- he played fiddle with Minnie Pearl for a short time, then he became the drummer for Faron Young. After a few months, he was signed as a songwriter for Tree Music Publishing and stopped performing as a supporting musician. Instead of playing music, he became a fireman in Amarillo, TX. The abandonment of performing was short-lived, however -- within a few months, he became the drummer for Ray Price's Cherokee Cowboys.

In 1958, Price recorded Miller's "Invitation to the Blues," and it went to number three. It was soon followed by three other successful versions of his songs -- Young's "That's the Way I Feel" and Ernest Tubb's "Half a Mind" both went Top Ten, while Jim Reeves had a number one hit with "Billy Bayou." That same year, Jones recorded "Tall Tall Trees" and "Nothing Can Stop My Love," which he had written with Miller; neither of the songs were hits. The following year, Reeves had a hit with another one of Miller's songs, "Home."

Since his songwriting career was flourishing, Miller decided it was again time to try to become a performing artist as well. He recorded a few tracks for Decca which weren't successful, and then he signed to RCA Records. "You Don't Want My Love," one of his first singles for the label, reached number 14 in early 1961, followed by the Top Ten "When Two Worlds Collide" later that summer.

Miller wasn't able to immediately follow the songs with another hit single. Two years later, "Lock, Stock and Teardrops" scraped the charts, and he left the record label.

Around that time, Miller moved to Hollywood began appearing regularly on The Jimmy Dean Show and The Merv Griffin Show, two of the most popular television programs in the country. His guest spots showcased his new style -- instead of concentrating on hardcore country, he had developed a willfully goofy persona, singing silly novelty songs. He signed a record contract with Smash Records and released his first single for the label, "Dang Me," in the summer of 1964. It was an immediate smash, vaulting to number one and spending six weeks at the top of the charts; it also crossed over into the pop charts, peaking at number seven. "Chug-a-Lug" followed a few months after it, reaching number three on the country charts and nine on the pop charts. At the end of the year, "Do-Wacka-Do" was released, becoming a number 15 hit.

Miller began 1965 with his best-known song, "King of the Road." The single spent five weeks at the top of the country charts and became his biggest pop hit, peaking at number four. Its accompanying album, The Return of Roger Miller, was another crossover success, also peaking at number four on the pop album charts and going gold. Miller was at his peak in 1965. Every song he released that year -- "Engine Engine #9," "One Dyin' and a Buryin'," "Kansas City Star," "England Swings" -- reached the country Top Ten, and at the end of the year, his Golden Hits album went Top Ten; it would eventually go gold. In the summer of 1965, he released The Third Time Around, a record that leaned toward his honky tonk roots; it peaked at number 13.

After the watershed year of 1965, Miller's career dipped slightly. Although other artists were still having hits with his songs -- Eddy Arnold took "The Last Word in Lonesome Is Me" to number two -- Miller had trouble breaking the Top 40 following the number five hit "Husbands and Wives" in early 1966. He continued to record throughout the late '60s, but fewer and fewer of the songs were becoming hits. Occasionally, he would record the songs of emerging songwriters, whether it was Bobby Russell's "Little Green Apples" (number six, 1968) or Kris Kristofferson's "Me and Bobby McGee" (number 12, 1969). Toward the end of the decade and beginning of the '70s, he began to concentrate on honky tonk, although he still made his trademark novelties.

During the '70s, he recorded sporadically, preferring to concentrate on his hotel chain, appropriately called King of the Road. "Tomorrow Night in Baltimore," released in the spring of 1971, was his biggest hit of the decade, climbing to number 11. Early in the decade, he wrote songs for Walt Disney's animated adaptation of Robin Hood -- he also provided a voice for the rooster in the film -- as well as the movie Waterhole Three. In 1973, he left Smash/Mercury for Columbia Records. He spent four years at Columbia and only his debut single for the label, "Open Up Your Heart," was a hit, peaking at number 14.

Miller didn't record much during the '80s -- his biggest hit was "Old Friends," recorded with Willie Nelson and Ray Price. In the mid-'80s, he wrote the music for Big River, a Broadway adaptation of Mark Twain's works. Both the play and Miller's music were critically acclaimed and enormously popular. Big River won seven Tony Awards and two of those went to Miller, for Best Musical and Outstanding Score.

Big River would be the last major work of Miller's career. In 1991, he was diagnosed with throat cancer and died a year later. After his death, his legacy remained strong, as each new generation of country singers found songs in his catalog to cover and reinterpret. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Selected Discography


Track List: Oo-De-Lally (From "Robin Hood") (Single)

1. Oo-De-Lally


Track List: Come Into My World, Vol. 2

1. Throw Another Log On The Fire

2. Making Believe

3. Till The End Of The World

4. How's The World Treating You

5. Someday (You'll Want Me To Want You)

6. Just Call Me Lonesome

7. (Now And Then There's) A Fool Such As I

8. May The Good Lord Bless And Keep You

9. Dear Hearts And Gentle People

10. Am I Losing You

11. Satan Can't Hold Me

12. Scarlet Ribbons

13. If Heartaches Are The Fashion

14. Home

15. Partners

16. I'm Beginning To Forget You

17. He'll Have To Go

18. In A Mansion Stands My Love

19. After Awhile

20. Snowflake

21. But You Love Me Daddy (Feat. Dorothy Ann Dillard)

22. But You Love Me Daddy (Alternate Version)

23. You'll Never Be Mine Again

24. Stand At Your Window

25. What Would You Do

26. Don't You Want To Be My Girl (Poor Little Doll)


Track List: The Hits

1. Billy Bayou

2. Chug-A-Lug

3. Dang Me

4. Do-Wacka-Do

5. Don't We All Have The Right To Be Wrong

6. Engine Engine #9

7. England Swings

8. Heartaches By The Number

9. Husbands And Wives

10. In The Summertime

11. Kansas City Star

12. King Of The Road

13. My Exclusive Dreams

14. My Uncle Used To Love Me But She Died

15. The Last Word In Lonesome Is Me

16. Walkin' In The Sunshine

17. When Two Worlds Collide

18. You Can't Roller Skate In A Buffalo Herd


Track List: A Man Like Me

1. You're Forgetting Me

2. My Pillow

3. Can't Stop Loving You

4. Poor Little John

5. A Man Like Me

6. The Wrong Kind Of Girl

7. Sweet Ramona

8. Jason Fleming

9. Country Girl

10. I Ain't Never

11. Under Your Spell Again

12. Jimmie Brown The Newsboy

13. Who Shot Sam

14. Playboy

15. Hot Rod Lincoln

16. I Wish I Could Fall In Love Today

17. The Tip Of My Fingers


Track List: The Very Best Of…

1. Billy Bayou

2. Burning Bridges

3. Chug-A-Lug

4. Dang Me

5. Do-Wacka-Do

6. Engine Engine #9

7. England Swings

8. Heartaches By The Number

9. Husbands And Wives

10. Kansas City Star

11. King Of The Road

12. The Last Word In Lonesome Is Me

13. My Elusive Dreams

14. My Uncle Used To Love Me

15. Release Me

16. Walkin' In The Sunshine

17. When Two Worlds Collide

18. You Can't Roller Skate In A Buffalo Herd

19. Me And Bobby McGee


Track List: Platinum & Gold Collection

4. You Don't Want My Love

5. When Two Worlds Collide

6. Lock, Stock, And Teardrops

7. Every Which-A-Way

8. Hitch-Hiker

9. Burma Shave

10. Sorry Willie

11. Footprints In The Snow

12. Trouble On The Turnpike


Track List: All Time Greatest Hits

1. Dang Me

2. Chug-A-Lug

3. Do Wacka Do

4. In The Summertime (You Don't Want My Love)

5. King Of The Road

6. You Can't Roller Skate In A Buffalo Herd

7. Engine Engine #9

8. One Dyin' And A Buryin'

9. Last Word In Lonesome Is Me

10. Kansas City Star

11. England Swings

12. Husbands And Wives

13. I've Been A Long Time Leavin' (But I'll Be A Long Time Gone)

14. Walkin' In The Sunshine

15. Little Green Apples

16. Me And Bobby McGee

17. Where Have All The Average People Gone

18. South

19. Tomorrow Night In Baltimore

20. River In The Rain


Track List: 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best Of Roger Miller

1. King Of The Road (Single Version)

2. Dang Me (Single Version)

3. Chug-A-Lug (Single Version)

4. Engine Engine #9 (Single Version)

5. You Can't Roller Skate In A Buffalo Herd (Single Version)

6. In The SummerTime (You Don't Want My Love)

7. Do-Wacka-Do (Single Version)

8. Kansas City Star (Single Version)

9. One Dyin' And A Buryin' (Single Version)

10. Atta Boy Girl (Single Version)

11. England Swings (Single Version)

12. Husbands And Wives (Single Version)


Track List: Golden Hits

1. King Of The Road

2. Engine Engine #9

3. Dang Me

4. England Swings

5. In The Summertime

6. Chug-A-Lug

7. Do-Wacka-Do

8. You Can't Roller Skate In A Buffalo Herd

9. Me And Bobby McGee

10. Husbands And Wives


Track List: At His Best

1. King Of The Road (Single Version)

2. Dang Me (Single Version)

3. Engine Engine #9 (Single Version)

4. Me And Bobbie McGee

5. You Can't Roller Skate In A Buffalo Herd

6. Ruby (Don't Take Your Love To Town)

7. By The Time I Get To Phoenix

8. Where Have All The Average People Gone (Single Version)

9. Husbands And Wives (Single Version)

10. Tomorrow Night In Baltimore (Single Version)

11. Loving Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)


Track List: Countrypolitan Classics - Roger Miller

1. It Happened Just That Way

2. My Uncle Used To Love Me But She Died

3. Do-Wacka-Do

5. Dang Me

6. You Can't Roller Skate In A Buffalo Herd

8. England Swings

10. Husbands And Wives

11. Engine Engine #9

12. Chug-A-Lug

13. In The Summertime

14. The Last Word In Lonesome

15. I'll Pick Up My Heart And Go Home

16. King Of The Road

17. Kansas City Star

18. Big Harlan Taylor

19. Swiss Maid

20. Little Green Apples


Track List: King Of The Road: The Genius Of Roger Miller

Disc 1

1. My Pillow

2. Poor Little John

3. A Man Like Me

4. Wrong Kind Of Girl

5. Jason Fleming

6. A World So Full Of Love

7. When A House Is Not A Home

8. You Don't Want My Love

9. When Two Worlds Collide

10. Sorry, Willie

11. So Saith He The Lord

12. Lock, Stock, And Teardrops

13. Ain't That Fine

14. Less And Less

15. Chug-A-Lug

16. Lou's Got The Flu

17. The Moon Is High (And So Am I)

18. Dang Me

19. It Takes All Kinds To Make A World

20. Reincarnation

21. Hard-Headed Me

22. Do Wacka Do

23. Atta Boy Girl

24. Our Hearts Will Play The Music

Disc 2

1. King Of The Road

2. As Long As There's A Shadow

3. You Can't Roller Skate In A Buffalo Herd

4. Heartbreak Hotel

5. Big Harlan Taylor

6. One Dyin' And A-Buryin'

7. Last Word In Lonesome Is Me

8. It Happened Just That Way

9. Engine Engine Number Nine

10. Kansas City Star

11. England Swings

12. I've Been A Long Time Leavin'

13. Husbands And Wives

14. Train Of Life

15. Dad Blame Anything A Man Can't Quit

16. You're My Kingdom

17. My Uncle Used To Love Me But She Died

18. Home

19. Absence

20. Ruby

21. Walkin' In The Sunshine

22. A Million Years Or So

23. Pardon This Coffin

Disc 3

1. The Ballad Of Waterhole #3 The Code Of The West

2. Old Toy Trains

3. Little Green Apples

4. What I'd Give To Be The Wind

5. Boeing, Boeing 707

6. Treat Me Like A Human (Alternate Take)

7. What Are Those Things With Big Black Wings

8. Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line

9. Swiss Cottage Place

10. Me And Bobbie McGee

11. Where Have All The Average People Gone

12. The Best Of All Possible Worlds

13. Invitation To The Blues

14. Tall, Tall Trees

15. Don't We All Have The Right

16. That's The Way I Feel

17. Half A Mind

18. Hoppy's Gone

19. What Would Mama Say

20. Orange Blossom Special (Live)

21. Old Friends

22. Guv'ment

23. River In The Rain


Track List: The Best Of Roger Miller Volume Two: King Of The Road

1. Poor Little John

2. Billy Bayou

3. Big Harlan Taylor

4. Home

5. Dang Me

6. Chug-A-Lug

7. King Of The Road

8. Do-Wacka-Do

9. You Can't Roller Skate In A Buffalo Herd

10. Reincarnation

11. Engine Engine #9

12. Kansas City Star (Single Version)

13. It Happened Just That Way

14. My Uncle Used To Love Me But She Died

15. England Swings (Single Version)

16. Little Green Apples (Single Version)

17. Me And Bobbie McGee

18. Where Have All The Average People Gone

19. (The Day I Jumped) From Uncle Harvey's Plane

20. Hoppy's Gone


Track List: Best Of Roger Miller

1. King Of The Road

2. Dang Me

3. Chug-A-Lug

4. Engine, Engine #9

5. England Swings

6. Do-Wacka-Do

7. Husbands And Wives

8. You Don't Want My Love

9. Me And Bobby McGee

10. When Two Worlds Collide

11. Kansas City Star

12. You Can't Roller Skate In A Buffalo Herd


Track List: The Best Of Roger Miller, Volume One: Country Tunesmith

1. My Pillow (Single Version)

2. Can't Stop Lovin' You

3. You're Forgetting Me

4. Tall Tall Trees

5. Nothing Can Stop My Love

6. That's The Way I Feel

7. My Ears Should Burn (When Fools Are Talked About)

8. Invitation To The Blues

9. I'll Pick Up My Heart And Go Home

10. When A House Is Not A Home

11. Half A Mind

12. When Two Worlds Collide (Single Version)

13. A World I Can't Live In

14. A World So Full Of Love

15. Don't We All Have The Right

16. The Last Word In Lonesome Is Me (Single Version)

17. A Million Years Or So

18. Less And Less

19. Husbands And Wives (Single Version)

20. Train Of Life (Single Version)

21. Old Toy Trains (Single Version)


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Very popular in the 1960s. Songs were goofy and you needed to listen to the words. More about the lyrics than the music.
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Every time I hear this song, I think of Rickey Bobbie
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I hint heard Jim Stafford in years
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U never hear enough of Ray anymore thx!
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I love king of the road reminds me of my grampa he allways had that song playing at his home
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King of the Road
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U will b
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When i was very young my dad would sing this song to me at bedtime. My dad was not a good singer, but i asked for it every night. It has always been one of my favorite songs.
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Very interesting song...keeps one listening. Very good!
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How do you turn this off for sleeping?
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timeless classics... what a sense of humor & great musician. *If you ever hear his ROGER MILLER LIVE album - he plays these 12 excellent songs like a master!
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My fave singer by fare he so funny.
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He is so awesome
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Hey Im Vincent Jolene,s son I play the fiddle like Wendel Rogers brother
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Awesome man
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Roger is a good singer
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Roger's brother WendeL plays the fiddle and I was lucky to be able to play in a band, base with him. I never got to meet Roger. Wendel and ROGER ARE great.
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I like Roger Miller. Love his song "chug-a-lug" , it makes me laugh.... Oh & so does his song "Do Whack-A-Do". . . . s o funny
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Does it always have to make some sense, he always makes it funny anyway.
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I don't get this song... Its the first time I've heard it. But it's really cute :P
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Long time no hear really great songs he probably constructed by himself? Love the songs really good. ;o))
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Robin hood
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I ain't got no cigarrettes
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One automaticall y sings along to "King Of The Road"!! Anyone who loves that genre of music (traditional country), is so in tune to this song that we know & love the words!
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Stupid Pandora took away our lyrics!!! Not happy. Look for other music service that doesn't REDUCE customer features!!!
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What happened to the lyrics??
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Jeremy Riddle 13616551130
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Roger was music genius
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Roger is the best
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I like plush by stone temple pilots
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Sink the Bismarck by Johnny Horton is a good song
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Looks like it was the Statler Brothers on the album Flowers on the Wall, but they did cover King of the Road.
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I want to know if Roger Milller sang Flowers on the Wall???
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i love this song king of the road
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This guy has so much great stuff within. Love to hear him again. Thanks PANDORA you did it again.
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HELLO?!?!?! R u going to kiss me or not?!?!?!?! :*
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I got his 8 track.makes me feel old.ruff life he miller
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Back in the 60's I had the pleasure to meet Roger at the Enlisted Club at the N A S I was stationed at. He was as great a man as his song were, he made you feel like a long lost pal he'd just found again. I'm glad I found his music here on Pandora..
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Hey, ashvlpippy, what's Toby Kieth? There're both great reasons to be a proud Okie. DMB
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England swings
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Best thing ever from Oklahoma.
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I was a fan of Roger Miller for several years before 1964. In 1964 . . I was in Marine boot camp and the song Private John Q was the song that I could sing that allowed me to get through the boot camp. Then in Nam' it helped me think that only me, in the Private JohnQ song that allowed me to understand that in THE WAR I was not an object of concern to the military, and that I was dispensibe. IS that what our soldiers are considered today ????? AND WHY ???????????? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
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the maestro of singalong!
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I really love Rogers' music. I remember this stuff from when I was a kid. It makes me smile and put on a happy face!
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