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Welcome to a new musical feature here at Chateau Vulgaria. The Tomb of Vinyl Horrors will feature weird records, with an emphasis on strange covers and unusual sounds, with special attention paid to local, privately-pressed records of a highly personal and eccentric nature. A single song sample will be included with each selection, for 30 days (I'm thinking).
First up is a guy with a pretty froggy voice, A.J. Marshall. Seems like he was an old-time crooner dude who MGM assigned the task of interpreting "now" hits like "By the Time I Get to Phoenix" and "Little Green Apples." Here's his take on Blood Sweat & Tears' "You've Made Me So Very Happy"; A.J., take it away...
A.J. Marshall: There's a Lot of Lovin' in This Old Boy Yet LP (MGM, SE-4648, 1969)