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Rubber Duck is an album by country musician C. W. McCall, released on Polydor Records in 1976 (see 1976 in music). It is his fourth album, released the same year as Wilderness, but concentrating on the themes the McCall character was popular for - trucking, as opposed to the various depictions of nature that could be found in Wilderness. Among others, the album contains the song "'Round the World with the Rubber Duck", a sequel to McCall's earlier wildly popular hit "Convoy", with many humorous and absurd elements added. "Audubon" is a quasi-autobiographical song, while "Ratchetjaw" is a take on trucker slang, with a multitude of CB-related terminology included in the lyrics. Track listing "'Round the World with the Rubber Duck" (Bill Fries, Chip Davis) - 4:08 "Audubon" (Fries, Davis) - 3:41 "Super Slab Showdown" (Fries, Davis) "Windshield Wipers in the Rain" (Fries, Davis) - 3:41 "Sing Silent Night" (Fries, Davis) "Ratchetjaw" (Fries, Davis) - 2:38 "Nishnabotna" (Fries, Davis) "Two-Way Lovin'" (Fries, Davis) "Camp Bird Mine" (Fries, Davis) - 3:36 "Niobrara" (Fries, Davis)
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