Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Country, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
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Great fun disc
musiccdvideo | Florida | 07/12/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Here's a list of the original recordings that appear on this great collection -
Close the door - Jim Lowe / Ape call - Nervous Norvus / No chemise please - Gerry Granahan / Big Bopper's wedding - The Big Bopper / I got a wife - The Mark IV / Seven little girls - Paul Evans / The Mummy - Bob McPhadden / Oh Neil - Carole King / My old man's a dustman - Lonnie Donegan / Let's think about living - Bob Luman / Donald where's your trousers - Andy Stewart / Nag - Halos / My boomerang won't come back - Charlie Drake / Greasy kid stuff - Janie Grant / Harry the hairy ape - Ray Stevens / Martian hop - Ran-dels / Ode to little brown shack out back - Billy Ed Wheeler / OO7 - Detergents / Girl on the billboard - Del Reeves / Juanita banana - The Peels, total 20 fun tracks."
A Truly Essential CD for a True Fan of Good Music
Mrs. Barbara M. Muirhead | toronto,canada | 03/27/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have to say this is hands down the best novelty album out there are songs on here you can't get anywhere else like Close The Doorby Jim Lowe,Donald Where's Your Trooser's by Andy Stewart(A great piece of Scotich Rock and Roll)That Gressy Kid Stuff by Janie Grant which is a veary difficult song which is rarely heard today Double-O-Seven which is a hilarious song about a girl who gets all dressed up to go see bond movies and my two favorites The Mummy by Bob McFadden and Dor and my all time favorite song The Martian Hop By The Ran-Dells and for anybody out there interested the other 5 songs The Ran-Dells released where Forgive Me Darling (I Have Lied),Sound of The Sun,Beyond The Stars and Wintertime but they are all extremly difficult to obtain and will probably never be availible on CD all in all GREAT CD"
Oh, baby, that's what I like!
Johnny Heering | Bethel, CT United States | 01/25/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is a collection of novelty songs from 1955 to 1966. There are 20 songs here, and hardly any of them have appeared on Dr. Demento CDs, so it's a good purchase for novelty song collectors. Most of these songs were minor hits in the US. However, some of the songs are rather dated now, and not very funny to modern ears. For instance; there are songs about sack dresses, Neil Sedaka and hair tonic commercials. But most of these songs are hard to find, so novelty song collectors will want to get this CD."