And we’ll finish off this series with another record from the notorious Reb Rebel label. I’ve found a few copies of this one, with a variety of covers and different flipsides. I’ve also heard a different version of “Flight NAACP 105”, but I only have a bootleg copy of it. Anyway, as I have been lead to believe, this was a fairly popular comedy recording down South back in the day and many of these records were pressed. As I realize most of you mouse-clickers have no attention spans to speak of, I’ll detail what the skit is about. What we have is a couple drunk Amos and Andy rejects trying to fly a plane, one of whom sharing the last name of a certain activist who was causing a fuss at the time. The plane is getting low on gas, so they call the control tower to find a place to land, where some redneck dude steers them into the side of a mountain. Now, I believe I’ve stated elsewhere that some comedy doesn’t stand the test of time, right? And who was Amos and Andy you ask? Just forget it. The flip is another political statement like the Happy Fats stuff I posted last year.