You sure ain’t…

May 16, 2009

Howdy. Been dormant for a while now. Here’s a little taste to get the ball rolling. Not perfect, but pretty darn close:


Brady Bunch Variety Hour – Music Medley

March 28, 2009

Florence Foster Jenkins for the YouTube Generation

March 26, 2009

At risk of this spiraling completely out of control, I bring you another gem from our old friend Miranda. I have done a bit of snooping around teh internets and I still can’t figure out if this woman is completely genuine or if she’s taking us all along for a ride. At any rate, you have to appreciate the intensity she brings to her performances. I’m on the fence as to whether or not I think we should mobilize and send her requests. She seems to be high enough on herself (or maybe just high enough) that she might actually fulfill said requests.


March 25, 2009

“Convoy” is a 1975 novelty song performed by C. W. McCall (pseudonym of one Bill Fries) that became a number-one hit in the USA (#2 UK) and helped start a worldwide craze for citizens band (CB) radio. The song was the inspiration for the 1978 Sam Peckinpah film Convoy and remains one of the worst tunes ever composed and recorded:

Free voice lesson? Anyone? Anyone? Hello?

March 25, 2009

This is not a song but since Caterwaul and Doggrel is dedicated to the worst that the world of music has to offer I feel no qualms about including this video.  The star, mirandasings08, gives us a free singing/theory lesson in an effort to boost her private instructor business.

If you took a muppet with the lips of a blowup sex doll, man eyebrows, and no discernable musical talent then had it define/demonstrate what a “scale” is, the result would be:

WTF, international edition

March 23, 2009

There’s a reason why everyone loves you, Japan. Well, OK, there are a few good qualities of yours that I can name, but things like the following are pretty much the main reason.

Wow. And why stop there? There are two more videos for this song, including one that was made expressly for the song played backwards. (Just look under the original Youtube poster’s account and you’ll find ’em.)

It all takes me back to this classic.


Sparks – This Town Ain’t Big Enough

March 22, 2009

Genetically splice Hitler with a high-school math teacher and you have the keyboardist for the band Sparks.  Add falsetto to the mix for a rockin’ good time!