Kenny Weiland | Idiots With Mangos

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Idiots With Mangos

by Kenny Weiland

Original lounge humor and parodies with retro-swing arrangements that conjure up the 30\'s-style jazz bands.
Genre: Jazz: Retro Swing
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1. Fly In My Chicken Noodle Soup
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2. Idiots With Mangos
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5:29 $0.99
3. Almost Anything Goes
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5:09 $0.99
4. Fry Me Some Liver
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4:39 $0.99
5. Turn Your Head And Cough
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5:41 $0.99
6. Flip The Bird, Don't Know Why
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7. General Direction of Drunk
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8. Fartin' All The Way to Baltimore
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9. I'm In The Mood For Bondage
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10. Put Your Dreams to Bed Old Man
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Hey - remember the left-handed upside down guitar player who sang in the roadside dives, bars and lounges in West Virginia? Remember all those goofy songs, like “I’m In The Mood For Bondage”, “Turn Your Head and Cough”, and “There’s a Fly in My Chicken Noodle Soup”?

Well, he finally recorded those and a bunch more. Kenny’s retro-swing arrangements to these original tunes and parodies conjure up the sounds of Spike Jones, The Mills Brothers, and 30’s-era jazz bands. From parodies like “Fry Me Some Liver” to his impolite tribute to high gas prices with “Fartin’ All The Way to Baltimore”, Kenny spares no lyrical insult. If we can’t laugh at ourselves, who’s left?


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Ed Monahan

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This deserves many more than 5 stars. You won't be able to stop listening to it. Hilariously weird and weirdly hilarious.