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  1. NATIONAL LAMPOON - good-bye pop LP - baicusekantempperfasttimataroner.coinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl 5/5(8).
  2. The Best Of The National Lampoon Radio Hour: Tracklist (CD) Vol. 1: Intro (Worldwide Short Wave Radio Motif) Advanced Malignant Tumor Of The Brain: "You Don't Have To Look At Pictures On The Radio" Theatre Times For "The Ryan O'Neal Story" (Pt. No Vinyl.
  3. Down the Dial to: Kung Fu Christmas A History of the Beatles The B Side of Love I'm a Woman A History of Neil Young Old Maid (Southern California Brings Me Down) Roger Raps With Sid About: The Art Rock Suite The Return of Ron Fields Down to Jamaica
  4. Goodbye Pop – was an American comedy album of song parodies and sketches that was released as a vinyl record in It was a spin-off from National Lampoon magazine.
  5. National Lampoon LPGoodbye Pop in VG condition. (Roger De Swanns Intros:) Good-Bye Pop (Down The Dial To:) Kung Fu Christmas Down To Jamaica End date: Jul 08,
  6. Feb 28,  · Published on Feb 28, Goodbye Pop was an American comedy album of song parodies and sketches that was released as a vinyl record in It was a spin-off from National Lampoon.
  7. Dec 20,  · National Lampoon Radio Dinner (Cassette - MCA, ) ** National Lampoon Goodbye Pop (Vinyl - Epic, ) *** Genre: Comedy P.
  8. This genius, totally spot-on Neil Young parody, “Old Maid (Southern California Brings Me Down”) hails from the s The National Lampoon Radio Hour (and was subsequently released on the Grammy-nominated Good-bye Pop album in ). You could probably play this for Neil Young himself and he’d have a hazy recollection of recording it!
  9. This leads into “Old Maid (Southern California Brings Me Down)”, a Young send-up that rivals “Kung Fu Christmas” in the perfection of its mimicry in fact, it sounds so good that it’s almost as much a tribute as a parody. The only problem is that Tony Scheuren, who wrote and sings it, can’t quite get Young’s voice.

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