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The Dr. Demento Show #59 - September 14, 1975

Surfin' Bird (Demented Mix) - The Trashmen
Shortnin' Bread - Spike Jones & His City Slickers f/ Doodles Weaver
Who Stole The Keeshka? - Walter Solek
Transfusion - Nervous Norvus

If - Yin & Yan
The Maharajah Of Magador - Vaughn Monroe/Ziggy Talent (w/ occasional sing-along by Dr. Demento)
Biddy McGraw - The Carlton Showband

Shark Bait - Larry & Dixie Davis
I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None Of This Jelly Roll - The New Leviathan Oriental Fox-Trot Orchestra

Mr. Custer - Larry Verne
Collegiate - Billy Jones & Ernest Hare
That's What I Learned In College - The Hoosier Hot Shots
Lobachevsky (original studio version) - Tom Lehrer

Hello Mudduh, Hello Fadduh! (A Letter From Camp) - Allan Sherman
That's My Boy - Stan Freberg
Poisoning Pigeons In The Park (orchestral version) - Tom Lehrer

Frankie And Johnny - Frank Crumit

There's Nothing Like A Circus - Spike Jones & His City Slickers
Boy Wonder, I Love You - Burt Ward
The Last Blast Of The Blasted Bugler - Sonny Giannotta (w/ Phil Camarata & Tommy Cardinale)

#10 Junk Food Junkie - Peter Alsop
#9 Obese Man - The Ladmo Trio
#8 The Cockroach That Ate Cincinnati (missing spoken outro) - Possum (Rose & The Arrangement)

#7 Deteriorata - National Lampoon
EXTRA: Nina-Kocka-Nina - The Dinks

#6 Lumberjack Song/Monty Python Theme (live at Drury Lane) - Monty Python
#5 Big Bruce - Steve Greenberg
EXTRA: They're Here - Boots Walker
#4 Boobs A Lot - The Holy Modal Rounders

#3 The Ballad Of Irving ("schlepping" version) - Frank Gallop
Third Most Demented City - Lincolnwood, Illinois: [no song played]
Second Most Demented City - New Orleans, Louisiana: [no song played]
Most Demented City - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: [no song played]
#2 It's A Gas - Alfred E. Neuman
EXTRA: A Satchel And A Seck - Allan Sherman & Sylvia Froos

#1 The Dr. Demento "They're Coming To Take Me Away" Salad ("Funny Farm With Variations") - Napoleon XIV, The Emperor, Josephine XIII, Henry IX, Josephine XV, noelopaN VIX

[transcribed by Annie Sattler; thanks to Mike Kieffer for supplying the playlist]