Another week, another episode of Magic Whistle Audio Elucidation, number 4 to be exact.
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Parody of Martin Denny's Quiet Village
ANDRE WILLIAMS- The Greasy Chicken (1957)
ALTHEA & THE MEMORIES- Worst Record Ever Made (1967)
One of many phony bands of the recently deceased Kim Fowley.
DAFFY DUCK- William Tell Overture
From Yankee Doodle Daffy, 1943
THE BONNIE SISTERS- Cry Baby (1956)
Basis for John Waters movie of the same name
THE SHAGGS- My Pal Foot Foot (1969)
Out-take of Don't Play Around With Love not released until 1971, which they considered superior.
BO CARTER- Please Warm My Weiner (1934)
Song poem studio musician.
CHARLIE WHITE EAGLE- Get Off My Cloud
BIG DUKE & HIS ORCHESTRA- Hey, Doctor Kinsey
MR. WIGGLES- Homeboy
HARRY HEPCAT & THE BOOGIE WOOGIE BAND- Streakin' USA
PAUL SPECHT & HIS ORCHESTRA- That's What I Call Sweet Music (1929)
HANK PENNY- Hadacillin Boogie
BERTHA “CHIPPIE” HILL- Street Walker Blues
THE MOONGLOWS- Ten Commandments of Beautiful Hair (1970)
Doo-wop group parodies their own The Ten Commandments of Love in these radio spots.
WYNONA CARR- Please Mr. Jailer (1956)
THE ALTAR BOYS- You Really Got Me
ROSE MARIE MCCOY- Dippin' In My Business (1954)
LEFTY AND ERNIE- Would You Like to Buy an O
From Sesame Street, 1971
COCA-COLA- Packaging and Pricing
LUCKY MILLINDER- Silent George (1950)
”Silent George” was a famous skit on party records and among r & b musicians.
PETER LIND HAYES & MARY HEALY- I Wish I Was A Car (1953)
written by Ross Bagdasarian a/k/a David Seville
The previous show can be found here and here's the one before that and the one before that.
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