Monday, March 3, 2014

muck arty park


King Kong did not die for our sins



get it
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10 comments:

jj said...

Outstanding! Is it possible that refreshments were taken during or prior to this recording? ;)

Rockin' Jeff said...

It's a definite possibility.

jj said...

Love your collection here Mr J. A veritable treasure trove.

Anonymous said...

3/6/14
RobGems.ca Wrote?
Muck-Arty Park?! Found this one once in a Toronto, Canada record shop located on a long out-of-print Motown LP called "Soupy's Bag" (Soupy was HUGE in Detroit during the 1950's, so it figured he signed with a Detroit record label) This is one mondo-bizarre parody of a loved & loathed pop song, even more weird than Weird Al's "Jurrasic Park" parody. And why isn't Jim Webb not credited for his song being parodised? Did Motown expected to keep the royalties for themselves? Not as good as "The Mouse", but close.

Anonymous said...

3/6/14
RobGems.ca Wrote:
Found this one in a Pontiac Michigan flea market in 1993. Unfortunately the juke box organ didn't come with it. This sounds like it was recorded in 1963, not 1973. Maybe it was available a decade earlier before the juke box organ?

Anonymous said...

3/6/14
RobGems.ca Wrote:
Correction: The album's title was "A Bag Of Soup",not "Soupy's Bag." It was released in 1969, and instantly became a cut-out favorite in the Detroit area.

Timmy said...

A real winner... Worth the pledge drive contribution all by itself.

Rez said...

M O T O W N ? ? ?

Anonymous said...

6/5/14
RobGems.ca Wrote:
Another correction: The "Jamborie Jukebox" blog answer was printed by mistake on this blog about Soupy Sales. Sorry about the mis-print. The "Jamborie Jukebox" record from Ohio Art I found in a Pontiac Michigan thrift shop. The Soupy Sales "Bag Of Soup" album I found in Toronto Canada.

Anonymous said...

I cannot believe what I am hearing. My soaked and skidmarked underwear are testimony to that.
What were they thinking?

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