Mom Always Liked You Best!" is the eighth comedy album by the Smothers Brothers (released August 17, 1965 on Mercury Records). It reached number 39 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart. The album was recorded at The Troubadour, Los Angeles, California, The Golden Bear, Huntington Beach, California, and the Flamingo Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Mom Always Liked You Best" (4:43) - Tom and Dick fight. Impersonation" (1:17). The Three Song" (2:44) - Written for the two of them by Mason Williams. The Smothers Brothers Play It Straight (1966). Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (1968). Golden Hits of the Smothers Brothers, Vol. 2 (1969). Sibling Revelry: The Best of the Smothers Brothers (1988). The Smothers Brothers Show (1965–1966). The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (1967–1969). The Summer Brothers Smothers Show (1968).
One of the most well-known features of The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour is the musical guests. Mason Williams’ hit record, Classical Gas, premiered on the show. Interestingly, Mason was also a head writer on the comedic series. Many of the artists that appeared on air were overlooked by other shows because of their music or political inclinations. Advertisers at the time were very wary that certain artists would turn-off some of their viewers. However, because the show catered to the young crowd they allowed many of these artists to air. Some of these artists included George Harrison, Joan.
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