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Mutt and Jeff

“How Much Is That Doggie in the Window?”   Broadway FunTime Records

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In Zaire tonight

Empire Bakuba  “Bakuba Show”  Syllart Records (1987)  An influential Soukous band from Zaire

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Rolf and roo

Rolf Harris Sings for Survival  Columbia Records EMI (U.K.)  (1966)  Weird note:  Harris recorded a version of the Divinyls  “I Touch Myself” — accompanied only by his wobble board.  (The MMM Breakfast Show – the recording was released in 2000).

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Puppy love

“How To Housebreak Your Dog in Less Than One Week!”  Colette Melville   Listen to it here!

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Serenade to a poodle

Lulu de Madame  Regency Records (Brazil)

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Squirrel biz

From Canada on ARC Records its “Christmas with the Chippers’!

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Tweet me

And here are the JAILBIRD SINGERS, a Swedish “hootenanny” singing group of real prison inmates on Metronome Records (ca., 1963)  (Via Ulf)

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Exhalent!

Aperta Outro  Bafo da Onca (“Breath of the Jaguar”)

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Pork hinds

R.K Veulpoepers B.V.  “Diaree”   Fontana Records (Netherlands)  (1978)

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Where’s “AAAAAAAAAlvin!”?

Wycote Records’ “4 Chipmunks”

Steven Wright writes  … “Your “witch doctor” entry reminded me of this;  this Lp was initially credited to “the 4 chipmunks” before legal pressure forced them to the less plagiaristic “wyncote squirrels”…wyncote was notrious for this — they issued an album called “beatlemania” by the liverpools and “monkey business” by the chimps as blatant ripoffs. Btw, after their first Lp,  david seville allegedly used women to voice his chipmunks”

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