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Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Your Pal Doug Presents Songs From The Steve Allen TV Show

Here is an album that I keep wanting to listen to over & over again
Incidental music from the Steve Allen TV Show as well as novelty songs, all written by Steve. You can get it here Your Pal, Me

26 comments:

KL from NYC said...

Thank you. Steve Allen LPs in good condition are rare.

The Macs said...

Thanks YPD! It's great to see a new album up and a great one to listen to.

Swank Daddy said...

I still want that cowboy outfit!

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DonHo57 said...

This is superb, Pal. Aleen's is one of three favorite from the 50s so I appreciate this very, very much. Thanks!

Newton said...

Hi.
Thanks for this excelente álbum.
Newton, from Brazil

vilstef said...

I've been a big Steverino fan since I was a kid, and any album by him which I haven't seen or heard before is a big treat! Thanks for making my day better!

radioman01 said...

Thack You :-)

Pokey said...

I linked here from Yowp's Yowp site and was surprised. Tank yuou so much for just keeping this alive after apparently forever.:P)Steve..(oh yeah. And for visiting my "Pokey" site..)

Eric said...

Interesting.

Steinar said...

Thanks a lot!

Muff Diver said...



Ooh, I can't wait to hear this!

Thanks, Doug, you're a real pal!


tony said...

Wow! Wonderful and rare! Can't wait to hear this. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Thank you!

Gerry said...

Thanks for Steve Allen. I really enjoyed his tv show in the 1960s when I was a kid skipping school to watch him and others.

Mr Fab said...

Wow, i have some of Stevearino's instro albums (and him backing Kerouac), but didn't know he ever did the novelty song thang. Makes sense, him being a comic and all...

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Capt said...

Here is another fun one if you haven't heard it:
Allan Sherman "my son the nut" and it's on youtube.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1zloIJpIHc

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Pokey said...

Hey, too, bad you haven't posted for seven years.
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Some m ore 50s-60s stock cues..

ONE that hasn't been available for anyone, but was used, espeically in New YOrk TV sitcoms and cartoons, was the momrable Winston Sharples-Hal Seeger cues from such 1946-1963 Paramount Theatricals as "Case of he Cockeyed Canary"(with Little Audrey),"Spook NO Evil"(Casper),"Fit to be Toyed","Cock-a-Doodle Dino","Dante Dreamer","From Mad to Worse","Owly to Bed","Felineous Assault","Robin Rodenthood,","Fun on Furlough,",and "Sky Scrappers", all of those with Cousin Hoiman and Katnip, and "Scouting for Trouble", with the dogs Jeepers and Creepers, and many more. They were used almost exclusively (unlike fellow NY based coposer-licensor Jack Shaindlin)_ on NYC produced shows like FELIX THE CAT, season one of TYENNESSEE TUXEDO AND HIS TAlES, the then reboots on that show of that studio (Total TV-Leonardo)'s THE HUNTER and KING LEONARDO NAND ODIE, and just before, the ladst 12 or 20 of TOOTER TURTLE. POPEYE TV shorts, and those with MILTON THE MONSTER (Hal Seeger himself), SNUFFY SMITH, and BEEYTLE BAILEY as well used the Sharples's. Wish the adventures of Gumby and me had them! (I can imagine trottiung away w/Gumby on my back to the tinky piano chase used in "FELINEOUS ASSAULT")