Welcome to Magic Whistle Audio Elucidation #3
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And here are the contents:
CLAY COLE-Teenage Heaven
BASIN STREET SIX- Everybody Loves That Hadacol (1950)
THE DEBELAIRES- The Wa-Wabble
with Al Allen and the Skyscrapers
THE SEVEN-ELEVENS- Dance the Slurp (1967)
You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby
from The Hardship of Miles Standish, 1940.
None of the inflation calculators I've looked at go far back enough, but at the rate of 1.3% a year over almost 400 years $1.75 would be a lot let alone in 1940 dollars.
RON HAYDOCK & THE BOPPERS- You Is A Rat Pfink
from the motion picture classic Rat Pfink a Boo Boo, featuring Haydock under the name “Vin Saxon”, 1966.
TOM LEHRER- The Wild West Is Where I Want To Be (1953)
“A 20th century cowboy song about the wonders of present day Wild West, as described in the few news stories that penetrate the East”
Also brought to life in Mad #32.
written by Eden Ahbez
ETHEL WATERS- My Handyman (1928)
NORM BURNS & SINGERS- Wow We Wow
THE DETERGENTS- Double O-Seven (1966)
EDDY ARNOLD- Part Of America Died
CONNIE LINGUS- Fuck Me Forever
BOB AND DOR- Son of the Mummy (1960)
Dor was Rod McKuen
LEONA ANDERSON- I Love Paris (1958)
JACK MERLIN- Doo Wah Hooba Looba (1964)
And if you liked this, here's the last two, though the more detailed information like where these things come from are on this blog here.
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