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Dec 8
a parody of "Dream On" by Aerosmith
There's no bigger monkey to spank. - Robert Lund (MP3)
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Matthias - December 08, 2005 - Report this comment
Spaff-tastic!!! - December 12, 2005 - Report this comment
Thanx, Matthias. I'm biased, of course, but I think this may be Robert Lund's best vocal performance.
Claude Prez - December 13, 2005 - Report this comment
You may be right, Spaff. He hit that high note WAY better than that broad on "Rock Star INXS" did, anyway. I meant to comment on this earlier, but it's great.
Rick C - December 13, 2005 - Report this comment
Robert Lund did an excellent job on this but, whomever wrote it did an even better job. I mean "insimianated"! This guy uses words I've never even heard of! What an incredible vocabulary! Seriously, great job here, Spaff. I didn't even realize this song was here till just a few minutes ago. Keep 'em coming!
Jack Wilson - December 15, 2005 - Report this comment
AWESOME JOB!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I missed Lund on your recordings w/o him ONLY HE CAN RECORD YOUR SONGS THE BEST!!!! Great job!!
Phil Alexander - December 16, 2005 - Report this comment
Sorry to spoil the general acclaim, but I will admit to being a little disappointed with this: maybe I was setting my sights too high, but for me it didn't work anything like as well as.. well, pretty much all the others. It is a bugger of a song to sing, though (and Robert Lund made a *much* better job of it than I did), and possibly I know the OS a little too well. - December 16, 2005 - Report this comment
Claude: That broad was me. I moonlight as female reality-show contestants.

Rick: I'm lobbying to get "insimianated" into the next edition of the OED. Mainly because it's the only big word I know.

Jack: Thanks for your unfailing support. Since my musical abilities are limited to junior-high-level saxophone, I wouldn't get any parodies recorded if not for the excellent musicians I've been able to work with. A couple of them are Amiright regulars, in fact: Rick Duncan recorded my "Over the Rainbow" rewrite a la Robert Blake (and made at least one newspaper with it), and you've heard Rick Cormier's hilarious (and very intricate) recording of "A Day in the Exodus." These guys are among the main reasons I stick around.

Phil: Way back when I posted these lyrics, you mentioned how much you love "Dream On," so I was looking forward to your discovering and commenting on this recording (which I rank among Robert Lund's best). So I'll confess to being disappointed that YOU, of all people, don't like this. Bummer. But I do appreciate your checking it out and commenting.
Phil Alexander - December 16, 2005 - Report this comment
Sorry, Spaff... I think maybe the thing is that I like the OS too much (if you see what I mean).
Jack Wilson - December 16, 2005 - Report this comment
Thanks Spaff!! Yeah ive heard those too, Ive always been a fan Spaff, awesomej ob!!
bobpiecheese - December 18, 2005 - Report this comment
Brilliant!!! How on Earth do you do this? (I would actually like to know...) - April 02, 2006 - Report this comment
Philbo: One of my buddies (who likes my stuff and even pitches me ideas) didn't really care for this either. His reaction: "You DIDN'T parody 'DREAM ON'!?" Turns out he loves the original perhaps a bit too much. So no worries; I get it.

Local Celeb: Thanks again. I always look forward to your comments.

creamcheesepie: Here's what you do: (1) Write a parody. (2) Get a professional musician and radio guy who's been recording parodies for 15 years or so to make a stellar studio recording of your parody. (3) Take all the credit.

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