All CDs are shipped in padded bubble mailers. Buy multiple items and save on shipping. Thanks for Visiting!! Home About Adv. Favourite auctions Favourite searches. Mar 21, End Date. Mar 12, Start Date. Favourite Auctions. Biography Coe was born in Akron, Ohio on September 5, Underground albums While Coe lived in Key West, Shel Silverstein played his comedy album Freakin' at the Freakers Ball for Coe, spurring him to perform his own comedic songs for Silverstein, who encouraged Coe to record them, leading to the production of the independently released Nothing Sacred.
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Silverstein encouraged him to record the songs, leading to the production of this album. The lyrics of Nothing Sacred are profane, often sexually explicit and describe an orgy in Nashville's Centennial Park and sex with pornographic film star Linda Lovelace. In the song, bluntly titled "Fuck Aneta Briant" [ sic ], Coe calls out Bryant as being hypocritical for her opposition to the lifestyles of gay people, stating that "In fact Anita Bryant, some act just like you".
The album also has a song criticizing Jimmy Buffett in response to a feud between the two musicians at the time. Buffett had accused Coe of plagiarizing the melody of "Divers Do It Deeper" from Buffett's " Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes ", stating "I would have sued him, but I didn't want to give Coe the pleasure of having his name in the paper.
The album was generally criticized as being profane and crude. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. David Allan Coe. Country outlaw country comedy.