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I feel that I must warn everyone that Slim Whitman will thoroughly violate the fleshy folds of your ears with his extremely moist vocal chords. If you don’t want his lip blanket gently bristling your ear lobes with a subtle sweetness never meant to be possesed by man then please click your back button. If you find the idea of Slim may impregnating your thorax with a Burt Reynolds/Norm MacDonald hybrid demon then PLEASE…do not listen to this album. However, before you make your decision there are a few things that you may want to know.

1. Michael Jackson allegedly sited Slim Whitman as one of his top ten favorite vocalists. Well, that makes sense. I don’t see how else Michael Jackson could perform the French Tickler with his Uvula without thoroughly studying Slim’s complete body of delicous love songs.

2. George Harrison looked to Slim as an early musical influence: “The first person I ever saw playing a guitar was Slim Whitman, either a photo of him in a magazine or live on television. Guitars were definitely coming in.” I mean I guess that’s noteworthy. George Harrison was in The Beatles, wasn’t he?

3. His 1955 hit single “Rose Marie” held the record for the longest time at number 1 on the UK charts until Bryan Adams broke the record with “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You” in 1992. Only Adams’ Robin Hood could slay Slim’s dragon.

4. Slim’s unearthly yodeling from the intro of his track “Indian Love Song” killed the invading Martians on the film Mars Attacks. Pause at 12 seconds.

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A1   North Wind 2:18  
  Written By – Rod Norriss
A2   Secret Love 2:36  
  Written By – Paul Francis Webster , Sammy Fain
A3   Rose-Marie 2:21  
  Written By – Oscar Hammerstein II , Otto A. Harbach , Rudolf Friml
A4   The Cattle Call 2:09  
  Written By – Tex Owens
A5   Indian Love Call 3:17  
  Written By – Oscar Hammerstein II , Otto A. Harbach , Rudolf Friml
B1   More Than Yesterday 2:43  
  Written By – L. Dickens
B2   The Twelfth Of Never 2:13  
  Written By – Jerry Livingston , Paul Francis Webster
B3   Guess Who 2:53  
  Written By – Jesse Belvin
B4   Something Beautiful To Remember 2:57  
  Written By – M Carpenter
B5   It’s A Sin To Tell A Lie 2:15  
  Written By – Billy Mayhew

4 Comments

  1. The link for slim is still buddy holly :( Thanks for all the hillarious/awesome posts!

    • Oops thanks for letting me know. It’s all fixed…Slim’s plannin’ a sneak attack shoulder rub at any second.

  2. password????

    • none needed


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