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Dickie Goodman's Rarest Flip Side Favorites

Dickie Goodman B Side Bizarre Bazaar Brought To You By Goodman Brothers Liner Notes By Jon Goodman. Since the time of the dinosaurs throngs of demented fans have sought after the rare Dickie Goodman B sides. Once thought extinct, some of these semi-precious fossils have surfaced in the ecosphere. A team of highly trained and barely dedicated mercenaries has been dispatched to go in and get them out! After you download these recordings, it is upon you to figure out a way to eat all of them and leave no evidence behind! They are all here, from the rare Martian Melody to the Dickie Daddy cover versions of Get A Job and Purple People Eater. There is even a not-so-hidden bonus track by yours truly. Dickie Goodman took terribly obscure music, twisted and tortured it, and then of course, lovingly named it after his ex-wives and estranged children; now that’s what I call a real man! Sorry, but the Beatles or Beetles or however you spell it, did not invent the backwards, wrong speed, or looped song sample. It took the zany dementia of Dickie Goodman to do that, so if you are a Led Zeppelin fan, toooooo baaaaad! Dickie did it first! If you can remember the birth of rap (around the same time as break-dancing) without puking, and reflect back upon Grande Master Flash and all those other turntable abusers, with their record scratching, mixing and sampling, then fast forward to today’s mash-ups; then you deserve the truth that only this album can provide. The hidden messages, the horrible throw away tunes; all that crap…Dickie Goodman was doing it in ’56 ok? So now you can log back in to the chat room and find the Blog you posted eight years ago asking for the flip side to one of your favorite Dickie Goodman “Bubble-Unders,” and alert the media…Dickie Goodman Lives! So whether you are a baby boomer, clinging to the memory of that freakish flip-side you loved so dearly all those years ago, or just a young whippersnapper who thanks to Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Al Gore has discovered all the juicy goodness today’s technology has gifted unto to you; sorry, I forgot what I was gonna say. Anyway, since you don’t have a record I can’t say, “Flip it over and find out.” So download it, stream it, put it in your iPod and find some way to use it against your enemies…or you can share it with a friend, play it for your guinea pig or just enjoy it all in the privacy of your room next to your ant farm nightlight. That’s what I’m gonna do.


Born: April 19, 1934 in Hewlett, NY

Genre: Comedy

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s

Although Weird Al Yankovic gets most of the credit for popularizing novelty songs and parodies, the godfather of the genre is unquestionably Dickie Goodman. Born on April 19, 1934, in Hewlett, NY, Goodman first came to the attention of the record-buying public in the '50s, when he scored a major hit with "The Flying Saucer," a song that nearly topped the U.S. pop charts (peaking at number three in 1956). As with all of Goodman's ensuing parodies, he used a then-unique method of sampling: he would...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Comedy, Music
  • Released: Jun 14, 2007

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