Mr. Fab Returns Returns

After a long absence, the legendary Mr. Fab returns to educate us on the best of the worst. Music, that is. Mr. Fab is the meister of the long-running blog, Music For Maniacs – a site from which I steal much material for my music shows. Better to get it straight from the source. The evening featured a few space and UFO songs, and even Frank Sinatra Jr’s version of the Gumby theme.

Gaze upon this mighty playlist and despair/ enjoy!

Jean And the Esquires – Space Race
Travis Wammack –  There’s a UFO Up There
Monte Johnson – Flying Saucers In The Air
Billy Vaughn & Orch – Telstar
The Chaperones – Man From The Moon
Satanic Puppeteer Orchestra – Where Can He Dood It?
The Noctures – 3rd Star to the Left
Iggy Pop – Monster Men
Moog Cookbook – Hotel California
Marlin Wallace – That Flyin’ Saucer
Satanic Puppeteer Orchestra – Frankenstein’s Laundromat
The Tiger Lillies – Snip Snip
Michael Douglas & William Shatner – Keep It Gay
Twink – Breakfast Machine
Survival Bomb Shelter Ad
Fritz Guggenheimer and his Sauerkraut Band – Stars and Stripes Forever
Marlin Wallace – Millipede
Little Bang Theory – Garden Party
Rich Little – Real Live Girl
Frank Sinatra Jr. – Gumby
7 Singing Sisters – William Tell Overture
Jack Hodges – Everything Is Fresh Today
Homer Henderson and The Dalworthington Garden Boys – Lee Harvey Was A Friend Of Mine
Spike Jones – Ah 1 Ah 2 Ah Sunset Strip
Blarney Stein (Evolution Control Committee) – 1999
Spike Jones – The Wonderful World Of Hari Kari
Ronald Vaughn – Jennifer Love Hewitt
Senator Sam Earvin Jr. – Bridge Over Troubled Water
E-Cousins – Elvis On Terrorism
George Formby – When I’m Cleaning Windows
Peter Pringle – Indian Love Call
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4 Responses to Mr. Fab Returns Returns

  1. MrFab says:

    Well, hey! When did we do this show anyway? (checks blog) Ah yes, July 27, 2014, I remember it well.
    Thanks, I’ll post a link on my blog to this forthwith.

    • Greg says:

      Mr. Fab,
      Sorry for the delay. I think things may be back on track to some extent around here. We’ll meet again soon on the show or if some more wacky music comes to town.

  2. Nautical Tiger says:

    Great show Mr Fab & Greg! I had a radio show back in the 90’s called “The Prosthetic Factory” that played outsider music each week. Lots of tracks here I’d never heard before.

    Songs that came to mind while listening (can all be found on YouTube).

    The Atlantics – Bombora
    C.W. Stoneking – Zombie
    The Goons – The Ying Tong Song
    Ennio Morricone – Il Pazuzo
    Ronald Stein – Spider Baby
    Raymond Scott – Dinner Music for a Pack of Hungry Cannibals

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