A dozen posts in a dozen days.
Such heady times we live in.
June 1950 - RCA 48-0349 - Put That Knife Away, Nellie/Pizen Pete
Lo and behold, a fresh single with our boys having a hand in the composition of both sides. It works.
The A side is another of their Paeans to wedded bliss. Poor boy has the unfortunate misfortune of coming home a bit tipsy with his better half getting a bit out of sorts about the indiscretion and chasing him around with a carving knife.
I'd suggest counseling.
B side is a Western about a man too ornery to die. A quick google comes up with a 1913 short of the same name. Are they related? I dunno.
November 1950 - RCA 48-0404 - Oh Babe/Disc Jockey's Nightmare
In 1950 "Oh Babe" was a hit for Louis Prima & his wife Keely Smith. I kind of prefer this jumping little version to the original here. But that's me.
B side is a bit of lovely surreal word play nonsense authored by the boys themselves that they excelled at when they put their minds to it. For good measure they toss in a little nod to the biggest hit of the year the " Third Man Theme" from the Orson Welles movie which I can highly recommend for anyone not familiar with it.