Credibility Gap - A Great Gift Idea / Floats

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Sealed 1969 2LP Gatefold. On "A Great Gift Idea," A Great Gift Idea Features A Wicked R&B Parody, "You Can't Judge A Book By Its Hair" (Which Concerns The Youth Culture's Swing To The Political Right) And A Canny Satire Of Curtis Mayfield's Music For Superfly In The Trailer For "Kingpin," A Fictive Blaxploitation Movie Based On The Life Of Dr. Martin Luther King. (Lowell George And Richard Hayward Of Little Feat Are Part Of The Backing Band.) The Album Also Includes A PBS "Interview" With A Surprisingly Bourgeois Sly Stone, An Outdated Educational Film About The Dangers Of VD And Premarital Sex (With Michael McKean As A Gloriously Awkward Teen), And "Where's Johnny?," A Venomous Take-Off Of The Tonight Show With Shearer Offering A Withering Yet Accurate Impersonation Of Johnny Carson As His Chat Show Hits A Typically Low Ebb During An Episode Devoted To The Gay Liberation Movement. On "Floats" The Gap Torture American Kitsch With Their Alternative Commentary To Pasadena's Annual Rose Parade. Featuring Denver Devereaux Jr., Dave Swarts, Garner Ted Armstrong, And The Guy With The Pace Car. CD Includes Bonus Tracks "The Night The Lights Stayed On In Pittsburgh" And "Hello World, This Here's Wrong Number" (From The Gap's Single For Rhino Records, 1977).

Artist: Credibility Gap Title: A Great Gift Idea / Floats Genre: Comedy Type: New - LP Label: Sierra/Briar Catalog ID: SRS 8704 Country: USA Our ID: 95562
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