Saturday, April 10, 2010

April 11, 2010

April 11, 2010

This week's episode features a record number of "Break-In" records, and with only two by legendary "King of Novelty", Dickie Goodman, you can hear just how influential Buchanan and Goodman really were. Check out some inspired work by artists such as Ed Solomon, Super Stu, Allen Dennis & The Disco Turkeys, and even comedian Albert Brooks, in Episode 253, HERE.

Thanks to Wayne Butane, who shared some of his novelty record collection this episode...

Also, be sure to check out the nine artists in this week's episode (#253) who previously responded to the SAR Q&A. You can read over 150 of these online artist features at the Some Assembly Required website HERE.

Check out these nine to start...

SAR Q&A with The Bran Flakes

SAR Q&A with Wayne Butane

SAR Q&A with DJ Earlybird

SAR Q&A with Go Home Productions

SAR Q&A with Jon Goodman (Dickie Goodman)

SAR Q&A with Frenchbloke

SAR Q&A with Laso Halo

SAR Q&A with Osymyso

SAR Q&A with People Like Us

Thanks for listening!
Jon Nelson


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