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The Dr. Demento Show #79-5 - February 4, 1979

Special Topic: the origin of rock 'n' roll

Disco Tech - Homemade Theatre
Winter Wonderland - Stan & Doug
The Streak - Ray Stevens
Boppin' In A Sack (excerpt) - Lane Brothers
No Chemise Please - Gerry Granahan

Strange Things Are Happening - Red Buttons
Buzz The Fuzz - Biff Rose
The Eggplant That Ate Chicago - Dr. West's Medicine Show & Junk Band

Rock And Roll - The Boswell Sisters
My Daddy Rocks Me With One Steady Roll (1938 version) - Trixie Smith
Flower Punk (brief excerpt) - The Mothers Of Invention
Rock And Roll Must Go (It's In The Book) - Johnny Standley
You Must Be Born Again (excerpt) - Rev. Benny Campbell
Flat Foot Floogee (live) (excerpt) - Slim Gaillard & Bam Brown
You Must Be Born Again (excerpt) - Rev. Benny Campbell
Cigareetes, Whuskey, And Wild, Wild Women - Red Ingle & The Natural Seven

Doggy Doo - Steve Wahl & The Hydrants
Merry-Go-Round (UCLA version) - Wild Man Fischer

Yes, We Have No Bananas - Furman & Nash
I've Got The "Yes, We Have No Bananas" Blues (excerpt) - Belle Baker
How To Write A Popular Song (excerpt) - Clarence Senna
Chiquita Banana (excerpt) - Xavier Cugat/Buddy Clark
Juanita Banana - The Peels
A Song With A Peel - Spike Jones Jr.

New Math (w/ intro) - Tom Lehrer
Thank God I'm A Rich Kid (live on KMET, 3-5-78) - Ogden Edsl
Money - Mel Blanc

#5 The Masochism Tango (orchestral version) - Tom Lehrer
#4 The Ballad Of Irving ("schlepping" version) - Frank Gallop
#3 Fish Heads - Barnes & Barnes
EXTRA: Garbage Can Ballet - Nilsson

#2 Sweet Transvestite - Tim Curry
EXTRA: Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (outtake) - Bing Crosby

#1 King Tut (album version) - Steve Martin