Bring Me Men

The USAF Academy Concert Band & Cadet Chorale
“Bring Me Men”
US Air Force Acadamy

I think these guys need to go on a Bone Voyage.

 

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High seas shenanigans

The U.S. Air Force Airmen of Note
“Bone Voyage”
USAF Dept. of Public Affairs

Still boning

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Have a Fabulous Christmas

Liberace
“‘Twas the Night Before Christmas”
Mistletoe #1208

Tickling Heaven’s Ivories

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…I would not be ashamed of my huge collection of shoes.

Ira North
“If I Were a Woman”
Eden Records

“If I Were Woman”:

 If I Were Woman


He died as a man.

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It takes a village

Village People

“Go West”
Casablanca #NBLP-7144
1979

Aging.

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I prefer fresh-squeezed lesbian

various
“Lesbian Concentrate: A Lesbianthology of Songs and Poems”
Olivia #LF915
1977

“Leaping Lesbians”:

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so you think you can dance?

Nilo Toledo

“Jazz in the Sun”
Hoctor Dance Records #HLPS-4204

Selected track titles:

  • Banana Pudd’n’
    Willie and the Hand Jive
    Do It
    Bungle in the Jungle
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who wears the pants in this relationship?

The Ritchie Family

“Bad Reputation”
Casablanca #NBLP-7166
1979

I don’t think these sisters are gonna have much luck…

This group of disco divas sprung from the mind of the creators of the Village People.


MAILBAG:

I Recently purchased your book as I love these kind of send up books, and I really had a good laugh when I saw you had an album by the Ritchie Family featured. I live in Australia and have a large collection of Vinyl records and I would imagine I am one of the few people around who has the complete collection (Well pretty sure it is) of Ritchie Family albums.

There were actually two Ritchie Families one from 1975 to 1977 and then 1978 to 1983. From what I can remember at the time no one ever found out why the first line up vanished. I read an article from billboard magazine around 1978 If i remember correctly saying one rumour was they were sacked because they got too fat. Anyway I am attaching pics of the albums in order of there release maybe not all of them are bad enough to get in your book but some certainly are.
–JP


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Just showerin’ in the woods…

Jim Post

“I Love My Life”
Mountain Railroad #52784
1978

From the Back Cover:(actually the enclosed press release)

“Diverse themes include spiritual development, family life, divorce, child-raising, childhood fantasies, violent death, mysticism, sex, and of course, true love.”

Mark Twain??

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shirtless in Seattle

Orleans

“Waking & Dreaming”

1976
Elektra/Asylum #7E-1070

This just has to be one of the gayest album covers ever. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. It’s just really hard to imagine a time when this cover would have been considered “cool”…

Orleans are best known for that 70′s yacht rock staple, “Still The One”. They’re still touring.

John Hall is now a US Congressman

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