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The Dr. Demento Show #64 - October 19, 1975

NOTE: This was the first Dr. Demento Show heard on American Forces Radio.

It's Sister Ginny's Turn To Throw The Bomb - The Glencoves
Dragnet Goes To Kindergarten - Ricky Vera
Hootenanny (brief in-studio performance) - Dr. Demento

The Freckle Song - Larry Vincent & His Look Out Boys
Copland's Concerto For Piano - The Wolverine Classic Jazz Orchestra
The Black And Blue Danube Waltz - Spike Jones
The End Of A Symphony - Allan Sherman w/ the Boston Pops Orchestra

The Laughing Gnome - David Bowie

Cocktails For Two - Spike Jones & His City Slickers
How Fights Start In Saloons - Cyril Smith, introduced by Rudy Vallee
The Elements (live) - Tom Lehrer
Fried Ham Song (phone call) - Melissa & Cindy Pitsk (sp?) from Houston, TX
The Pickle In The Middle With The Mustard On Top - Artie "Mr. Kitzel" Aurbach

Almost Degraded - The Cornball Express
Marvin's Duckie - Dan Alexander
The Little White Duck - Burl Ives
Chicken Fat (Disc Jockey Version) - Robert Preston

It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo' - Wendell Hall

Argument Clinic - Monty Python
Pistol Packin' Mama - Al Dexter & His Troopers
Respect - Bobby Pickett
Braces - Darryl Rhoades

#10 Boogie - John Hartford
#9 Big Bruce - Steve Greenberg
#8 Transfusion - Nervous Norvus

#7 Boobs A Lot - The Holy Modal Rounders

#6 Deteriorata - National Lampoon
Third Most Demented City - Austin, Texas: Groover's Paradise - Doug Sahm
#5 Friendly Neighborhood Narco Agent - Jef Jaisun

#4 Spam - Monty Python
EXTRA: Happy New Year - Spike Jones & His City Slickers
Second Most Demented City - Houston, Texas: Angels In Houston - ?
#3 Lumberjack Song/Monty Python Theme (live at Drury Lane) - Monty Python
Most Demented City - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Oklahoma City Blues - ?
#2 The Ballad Of Irving ("schlepping" version) - Frank Gallop

#1 They're Coming To Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa! (Demented Mix) - Napoleon XIV
next week: salute to a certain type of critically reviled American music

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