- William Tell Overture - Spike Jones & His City Slickers
- A Mudder's Day Sport Spectacular (William Tell Overture) - Spike Jones & The Band That Plays For Fun
- Feetlebaum (A Mudder's Day Sport Spectacular) - Spike Jones
- William Tell Overture (Beetlebaum) - Spike Jones & His City Slickers
- Commentary by Doodles Weaver
- October 7, 1947 (original version)
- 1959 (re-recording)
- April, 1948 (original version)
- 1959 (re-recording)
Available on (*):
- RCA Victor 78 rpm single (20-2861, 1948) (original version)
- Omnibust (Liberty LP LRP-3140/LST-7140, 1959) (re-recording)
- Omnibust & 60 Years Of Music America Hates Best (Taragon CD TARCD-1095, 2002) (re-recording)
- 1994 CD set Musical Depreciation Revue: The Spike Jones Anthology (Rhino R2 71574, (original version))
- Rossini's "William Tell Overture" (a/k/a "The Lone Ranger" theme), with newly added spoken commentary
- Dance Of The Hours - Spike Jones & His City Slickers
Topics (not including words that are part of the title):
- horse racing
- Dr. Demento plays the original 1940s version.
- It was re-recorded for the 1959 album Omnibust, under the title "A Mudder's Day Sport Spectacular (William Tell Overture)".
- The re-recording was later released on The Very Best Of Spike Jones under the title "Feetlebaum (A Mudder's Day Sport Spectacular)".
- #6 1948 (single)
Also credited as:
- Spike Jones
- Spike Jones & His Wacky Wakakians
- Spike Jones & His Other Orchestra
- Spike Jones & The Band That Plays For Fun
- Spike Jones & His Band That Plays For Fun
- Spike Jones New Band
- The New Band Of Spike Jones
- The Country Dodgers
- Lindley Armstrong Jones
interesting facts (click to see playlist of show on which fact was mentioned, if applicable):
- one of the most requested artists in the history of "The Dr. Demento Show"
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* Note that it may be available on other releases or formats than are listed, and some releases listed may not be currently available. Generally the first release is listed, along with a commonly available release (for items that aren't out of print), and any Dr. Demento compilations on which it has appeared. Albums may be out of print in their original format but still available in another format. We suggest checking various online stores or the artist's web site (if applicable) to determine current availability.