In 1965 Don Meredith recorded and released this 45 rpm record. On the A side was Travelin' Man and on the other was Them That Ain't Got It Can't Lose. The record label, Dot Records.
Any football fan knows of Dandy Don Meredith, yes pro football was his career but it all started Nov. 28, 1959, when he signed a personal services contract to play for a proposed NFL team that had no nickname, no coach and no other players.
From that start came the Dallas Cowboys. Dandy Don was captivating and exciting and he was an All American from Mount Vernon being a big start at SMU. He led the Cowboys to the 1966 and 1967 NFL Championship games and retired in 1969 at the age of 31.
Next he was "Monday Night Football's" "Irrepressible One," as booth mate Howard Cosell called him. Millions tuned in to hear Meredith needle Cosell, and everyone looked forward to him singing "The Party's Over" as the game wound down.
Don Meredith Football Star, Announcer, Singer and Good Guy. This record is a radio station audition copy and is in very good condition except for two little initials on the plug side.