Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
I Love Me
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, Rock, Broadway & Vocalists
Tiny Tim rocks!
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Anyone who thinks that Tiny Tim is just "Tip-Toe through the Tulips" will be suprised. Tiny has a wonderful baritone voice and performs a wide variety of music. This is one of Tiny's best efforts. Producer Pink Bob really hit a home run with this project. He's a musical genius!"
Nice Variety; somewhat Bizarre
David L Hutchins | Mesa, AZ | 12/01/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is really a very odd album, but it's a joy to listen to. Only Tiny Tim could make a song as strange as "She Left Me With the Herpes" sound interesting (and funny) or successfully sing "I Woke Up With a Cold" (a short 37 second ditty). This is probably not the album to buy to get an introduction to Tiny Tim. The first time listener might scratch his or her head wondering what it was that he or she just listened to. I think this album really shows what a true talent Herbert Khaury (aka Tiny Tim) really was. He goes through a variety of material here and gives each song his own bizarre treatment. He introduces most of the songs with a bit of history; unfortunately the volume level of the intro is a little low. If you turn the volume up to hear the intro, then the music is too loud. "True Love" features his then current wife, Sue Gardner, along with his singing. "Star Spangled Banner" is an outstanding rendition and really highlights his beautiful baritone voice. He sings a couple of songs or parts of songs on this album with the zany falsetto voice that made him a star with "Tip Toe Through the Tulips" (not on this album). Depression Medley is the most bizarre song on the album with all kind of strange sounds and noises in it. Very entertaining album even if the songs here may not be your cup of tea. A must for any Tiny Tim fan."
The One and only Tiny Tim
Common Sense | Mass, USA | 04/04/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"If anyone out here is a Tiny Tim fan they should get this cd. It is made up of studio cuts and songs that are introduced by Tiny. He is even drinking a beer while introducing the religious medley. Soul Twister has Tiny matching perfectly the sounds of the disco 70s. This song and others are performed in Tiny's baritone voice. Overall this cd provides lots of surprises. When Tiny Tim died he took those great turn of the century songs with him. He was one of a kind.
Non Tim fans won't get much from this cd. Tiny fans will enjoy it."