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A-Log on the Airwaves, March 3, 2012
Topic: Novelty Knock-Offs

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The Doctor And The MonksTip Top Band
A Fella In A White Coat  [first known play]Alvin & The Squirrels
The Space ManAlan Freed, Steve Allen, Al "Jazzbo" Collins, & The Modernaires w/ George Cates & The Out Of Spacers
The Space Man  [first known play]Geddins & Sons
Flying Saucers Have Landed  [first known play]Dewey, George & Jack and The Belltones
The Curly Shuffle  [first known play]The Knuckleheads (Canadian)
The Curly Shuffle  [only known play]The Stone Country Band
The Mummy
School DaysStan Ross
Winchester Cathedral  [first known play]Smooth Lundvall & The New Happiness
Winchester Cathedral  [first known play]Dana Rollin
Stranded In The JungleThe Gadabouts
Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini  [only known play]Paul Hanford
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Arthur Allen   Offline  -  Member  -  09-07-16 01:26 AM  -  1 year ago
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Novelty records were especially susceptible to knock-offs, especially Peter Pan Records. Hey, it's just for kids, and they won't notice. And while it's not surprising for someone to do his own take on a straight song, it just seems weird for someone to honestly say they are doing a tribute to a comedy record. I personally have an autographed 45 of someone who did a live cover of "You Need Feet." It's a different arrangement, so it's not a knock-off, but for comedy what's the point of doing a different version? We want to hear new stuff.
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