Artist: Don Imus Title: 1200 Hamburgers To Go Year: 1972 Label: RCA Cover Artist: Jack Davis
What’s The Bunch? I don’t know. I mean, I do–it was a movie and this is its soundtrack, but I don’t really care. It’s probably good, but my only interest in this […]
It hardly seems possible to me that we’re nearly two decades into the 21st century, maybe because so little has changed.
Do you know The Cowsills’ greatest claim to fame? If you answered “the theme from Love American Style” give yourself partial credit. That’s a pretty good answer, but if you answered “they […]
Quick, connect The Night They Raided Minsky’s to Molly Hatchet. I’ll give you a hint: The answer in no way involves Kevin Bacon.
What the heck is going on with this album cover?
Sheb Wooley might be most famous for his 1958 novelty hit, “Purple People Eater,” but 1963’s Spoofing the Big Ones is the record that holds a treasured place in my stacks.
You might think you’re looking at yet another Jack Davis album cover. Close, but not quite.
Like many middle school-aged boys, I spent a little time obsessed with Mad magazine.
Who cares about the soundtrack to a long forgotten Bob Hope movie?