Comedian Ray Stevens has his sights on the Duck Dynasty clan. The singer has released archived video footage, claiming to be the original Duck-a-Fone commander.

"I really love those Duck Dynasty guys on TV," says Stevens. "I hope they get a kick out of this. Quack, quack!"

The video includes an advertisement of a new CD, including songs like 'On a Wing and a Prayer,' 'I'll Fly Away' and 'On Golden Pond.'

Stevens' debut of the video comes on the heels of the recent Duck Dynasty firestorm, when patriarch Phil Robertson made controversial remarks regarding homosexuality and African Americans. The famous family also released an album of Christmas tunes last year.

The 75-year-old has had an illustrious career releasing funny tunes and parody albums. Best known for his 1974 song, 'The Streak,' Stevens other albums include 'Osama-Yo' Mama, The Album,' 'Shriner's Convention' and his No. 1 album, 'I Have Returned.'

Stevens releases all of his music on his own record label, Clyde Records. His extensive catalog is available for purchase here.