bird nerd

The Emeralds
“Bird Dance”
K-Tel #NC547
1982

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dance giant foam rubber bird

Frankie Yankovic
“Dance Little Bird”
Polka City #8001

In Memoriam…

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Ride ‘em, Ratboy!

Swamp Dogg

“Rat On!”
Elektra #EKS-74089
1971

www.swampdogg.com

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I thought the idea was to shoot it

Johnny Stewart

“How to Rattle Up a White-Tailed Buck”
Johnny Stewart Wildlife Calls

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Sir Loin & his lady

Sharlene Sharp

“Sonny Look Presents… Rare and Well Done”
SirLo#670727

Sonny Look was Medieval Times when Medieval Times wasn’t cool… The Sir Loin club was demolished in 1991, and Sonny died in 2003.

Sir Loin Restaurant & Club Houston, TX

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woof woof woo #skip# oof woof woof woo #skip# oof woof

“Sebastian Speaks! Your Watchdog on A Disc”

Grr-r-records
1980

“sebastian speaks!”:

sebastian speaks!

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Just me and my taxidermy

Steve Reynolds
“How Much More”
Lynn Holt Productions #3801


WTF??

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**YAAAAAWN**

Dick Reucassel & Tony Pooley

“Calls of the Bushveld”
Wild Life Society of South Africa #SWL4

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Soothe That Tiger

Herbert Rehbein & his Orchestra

“Music To Sooth That Tiger”
Decca #DL4584

From the Back Cover:

Sit back and relax, turn the lights down low…you might even unlock the cage…you’ve got nothing to worry about, start the music and “hold that tiger.”

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northern exposure

Louis Prima

“The Call of the Wildest”
Capitol # T836

From the Back Cover:

The Pump Song (‘You can’t tell the depth of the well by the length of the handle on the pump’) offers some homespun Prima philosophy; while Closest To The Bone (‘the sweeter is the meat’) explains why Louis likes thin girls.”



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