This single was released by MCA Records in 1978. Nat Stuckey's The Days Of Sand And Shovels which reached number 26 on the Country chart that year, backed by Mexican Divorce.
Stuckey was born in 1933 and was raised near Atlanta in Cass County, Texas. Stuckey went to college at Arlington State College now the University of Texas at Arlington and there he earned a radio and television degree. Stuckey began working in radio as an announcer first at KALT in Atlanta, Texas and then at KWKH in Shreveport, Louisiana where he worked with Frank Page and Louise Alley. Page was an established Radio Personality and Alley was a known as a a trailblazer, a pioneer in radio for women. She also owned an advertising agency. This was about the time that Stuckey became a member of the former KWKH Country music show known as the Louisiana Hayride.
This record sounds good but shows some wear.