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** They also covered up Crowell's "Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight" about two years prior.

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** They also covered up Crowell's "Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight" about two years prior.prior, which Emmylou Harris also covered on her Quarter Moon In a Ten Cent Town album.


** "Elvira" was first released in 1966 by its writer, Dallas Frazier. Rodney Crowell also released a version before the Oaks covered it and also Kenny Rogers and The First Edition covered it in 1969.

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** "Elvira" was first released in 1966 by its writer, Dallas Frazier. Frazier and covered in 1969 by Kenny Rogers and The First Edition. Rodney Crowell also released a version before the Oaks covered it and also Kenny Rogers and The First Edition covered it in 1969.it.


** "Elvira" was first released in 1966 by its writer, Dallas Frazier. Rodney Crowell also released a version before the Oaks covered it.

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** "Elvira" was first released in 1966 by its writer, Dallas Frazier. Rodney Crowell also released a version before the Oaks covered it.it and also Kenny Rogers and The First Edition covered it in 1969.



** "Thank God for Kids" was written and originally cut by Eddy Raven, but his version was not released until after the Oaks' version was.

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** "Thank God for Kids" was written and originally cut by Eddy Raven, but his version Raven which was not released until as a B-Side in 1976, but appeared on the Thank God For Kids album released after the Oaks' version was.Oak Ridge Boys had the hit with it.


* EpicRiff: Richard Sterban's bass vocal in "Elvira" ("[[EarWorm Giddyup, ba oom papa oom papa mow mow]]") is one of the most remembered riffs in country music.

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* EpicRiff: Richard Sterban's bass vocal in "Elvira" ("[[EarWorm Giddyup, ("Giddyup, ba oom papa oom papa mow mow]]") mow") is one of the most remembered riffs in country music.


** "Thank God for Kids" was written and originally cut by Eddy Raven, but his version was not released until after the Oaks' version was.



** Two examples off their 1991 album ''Unstoppable'': "Heaven Bound (I'm Ready)" was later a single for Music/{{Shenandoah}} in 1995, and "Change My Mind" for John Berry in 1996.


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** Two examples off their 1991 album ''Unstoppable'' that were later hits for other artists: "Heaven Bound (I'm Ready)" was later a single for Music/{{Shenandoah}} in 1995, and "Change My Mind" for John Berry in 1996.


** Two examples off their 1991 album ''Unstoppable'': "Heaven Bound (I'm Ready)" was later a single for Shenandoah in 1995, and "Change My Mind" for John Berry in 1996.

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** Two examples off their 1991 album ''Unstoppable'': "Heaven Bound (I'm Ready)" was later a single for Shenandoah Music/{{Shenandoah}} in 1995, and "Change My Mind" for John Berry in 1996.

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** "Dream On" was originally recorded by the Righteous Brothers.


** Going the other way, their 1991 single "Change My Mind" (one of their last chart entries) was later a Top 10 hit for John Berry in 1996.

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** Going the other way, Two examples off their 1991 album ''Unstoppable'': "Heaven Bound (I'm Ready)" was later a single for Shenandoah in 1995, and "Change My Mind" (one of their last chart entries) was later a Top 10 hit for John Berry in 1996.


** They were the first artists to record "Callin' Baton Rouge". It was covered by the New Grass Revival before some guy named GarthBrooks had a huge hit with it in 1994.

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** They were the first artists to record "Callin' Baton Rouge". It was covered by the New Grass Revival before some guy named GarthBrooks Music/GarthBrooks had a huge hit with it in 1994.


* SignatureSong: "Elvira", hands down.

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* SignatureSong: "Elvira", hands down.down.

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* SignatureSong: "Elvira", hands down.


** "Elvira" was first released in 1966 by its writer, Dallas Frazier. Rodney Crowell also released a version before the Oaks covered it. They also CoveredUp Crowell's "Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight".

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** "Elvira" was first released in 1966 by its writer, Dallas Frazier. Rodney Crowell also released a version before the Oaks covered it.
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They also CoveredUp covered up Crowell's "Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight".Daylight" about two years prior.



** "Change My Mind", one of their last chart entries, was later a Top 10 hit for John Berry in 1996.

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** Going the other way, their 1991 single "Change My Mind", one Mind" (one of their last chart entries, entries) was later a Top 10 hit for John Berry in 1996.


* SugarWiki/Heartwarming: The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krU9sLSAxi0 music video]] for "No Matter How High", where all four Oaks reunite with their mothers.

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* SugarWiki/Heartwarming: SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments: The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krU9sLSAxi0 music video]] for "No Matter How High", where all four Oaks reunite with their mothers.


* EpicRiff: Richard Sterban's bass vocal in "Elvira" ("Giddyup, ba oom papa oom papa mow mow") is one of the most remembered riffs in country music.

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* EpicRiff: Richard Sterban's bass vocal in "Elvira" ("Giddyup, ("[[EarWorm Giddyup, ba oom papa oom papa mow mow") mow]]") is one of the most remembered riffs in country music.


** They were the first artists to record "Callin' Baton Rouge". It was covered by the New Grass Revival before some guy named GarthBrooks had a huge hit with it in 1994.



** Their ''It's Only Natural'' album (a Cracker Barrel exclusive) includes a cover of "Louisiana Red Dirt Highway", a song that Golden released during his solo career five years before he rejoined the band.

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** Their ''It's Only Natural'' album (a Cracker Barrel exclusive) includes a cover of "Louisiana Red Dirt Highway", a song that Golden released during his solo career five years before he rejoined in the band.early 90s.

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