JLS (jlsjlsjls) wrote,

A change of tunes ...

... or, Songs from a misspent childhood ;p

One of the highlights of visiting my grandparents when I was little was being able to wheedle Grandpa into firing up the huge cabinet radio/record player and playing a Spike Jones 78 for us. This is one of the ones he'd treat us to:

The Man on the Flying Trapeze, performed by Spike Jones & His City Slickers, with vocals by Doodles Weaver (uncle of Sigourney). Recorded March 24, 1947.
Tags: listening, silliness

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