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The Dr. Demento Show #60 - September 21, 1975

Special Topic: singing cowboys

The Late Late Late Movies, Part I - Spike Jones & The Band That Plays For Fun
Marvin - Christine Nelson
Respect - Bobby Pickett
I Kiss Your Hand, Madame - Spike Jones & His City Slickers

Who's Next - Tom Lehrer
A New Slant On War - Will Rogers
Talking John Birch Blues - Bob Dylan

Little Boxes - The Womenfolk

The Singing Cowboy (excerpt) - Beau Brummels
Back In The Saddle Again (excerpt) - Gene Autry
The Lone Star Trail - Ken Maynard
That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine - Gene Autry & Jimmy Long
Chisholm Trail - Tex Ritter
Blood On The Saddle - Tex Ritter

Red River Valley (early fade) - Beverly Hill Billies
Cool Water - Sons of the Pioneers
Tumbling Tumbleweeds - Sons of the Pioneers

Hoppy, Gene And Me - Roy Rogers
Happy Trails - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans

Look At Me, I'm Sandra Dee - Popkin & Ellenbogen
The Late Late Late Movies, Part II - Spike Jones & The Band That Plays For Fun
Junk Food Junkie - Larry Groce
Japanese Banana - David Seville & The Chipmunks

#10 The Purple People Eater - Sheb Wooley
#9 The Cockroach That Ate Cincinnati - Possum
EXTRA: Yankee Doodle - Piper's Gap Ramblers

#8 The Bumble Bee Invaded A Nudist Colony - Billy Mitchell
Third Most Demented City - Roanoke, Virginia: [no song played]
Honorable Mention - Richland, Washington; Metairie, Louisiana; Springfield, Missouri: [no song played]
EXTRA: The Seat May Still Be Up - Jackie Kannon

#7 Twinkle Twinkle Little Earth - Leonard Nimoy
#6 It's A Gas - Alfred E. Neuman
#5 Friendly Neighborhood Narco Agent - Jef Jaisun

#4 The Ballad Of Irving ("schlepping" version) - Frank Gallop
Second Most Demented City - New Orleans, Louisiana: (brief in-studio piano performance)
#3 Spam - Monty Python
Most Demented City - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Oklahoma! (brief in-studio piano performance)
#2 Who's On First (slightly edited) - Abbott & Costello
EXTRA: Liz - Shel Silverstein

#1 They're Coming To Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa! - Napoleon XIV