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Rhino Hi-Five: Allan Sherman - EP

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the song hello muddah hello faddah is the funniest song ive ever heard.2 thumbs up

Hoot to the 60's

Thanks iTunes for putting Allan Sherman back on the "airwaves". Not for everyone, but his parodies are a hoot!

"Must Have!"

Allan Sherman's tale of a boy's life at camp, "Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah…" is one of the funniest songs of all time. Everyone should have this, and at last we can! Thank you, iTunes!

Biography

Born: November 30, 1924 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Comedy

Years Active: '60s

Arguably the most successful musical humorist in pop history, song parodist Allan Sherman was born Allan Copelon in Chicago on November 30, 1924. After entering show business as writer for the likes of Jackie Gleason and Joe E. Lewis, Sherman attempted to mount his own career as a performer, but initially found little success; "A Satchel and a Seck," a 1951 duet with comedienne Sylvia Froos satirizing Frank Loesser's "A Bushel and a Peck," went nowhere, and an ambitious...
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