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Golden Throats 2: More Celebrity Rock Oddities!


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  • Audio CD (July 2, 1991)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rhino Records
  • ASIN: B0000032U4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #201,317 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. John Shaft - Sammy Davis, Jr.
2. Sunshine Superman - Mel Torme
3. Light My Fire - Mae West
4. Hey Jude - Bing Crosby
5. All I Really Want To Do - Sebastian Cabot
6. Put A Little Love In Your Heart - Leonard Nimoy
7. It Was A Very Good Year - William Shatner
8. Dixie Chicken - Jack Jones
9. In The Ghetto - Sammy Davis, Jr.
10. Nights On Broadway - Chad Everett
11. Stand By Me - Cassius Clay
12. Bridge Over Troubled Water - Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr.
13. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction - Phyllis Diller
14. Give Peace A Chance - Mitch Miller & The Gang

Editorial Reviews

This CD is an out of print collectible! It is the Rhino release. Catalog #R2 71007. This is the regular cover. There is a drill hole through the spine of the case. Still sealed.Track Listing:1. John Shaft - Sammy Davis, Jr.2. Sunshine Superman - Mel Torme3. Light My Fire - Mae West4. Hey Jude - Bing Crosby5. All I Really Want To Do - Sebastian Cabot6. Put A Little Love In Your Heart - Leonard Nimoy7. It Was A Very Good Year - William Shatner8. Dixie Chicken - Jack Jones9. In The Ghetto - Sammy Davis, Jr.10. Nights On Broadway - Chad Everett11. Stand By Me - Cassius Clay12. Bridge Over Troubled Water - Senator Sam J Ervin Jr.13. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction - Phyllis Diller14. Give Peace A Chance - Mitch Miller & The Gang

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Johnny Heering on January 14, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This second volume of Golden Throats isn't quite the classic the first one is, but it's still pretty damn good. There are plenty of hilariously bad versions of classic songs here. William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy and Sebastian Cabot are back, and while their songs aren't quite as funny as the ones on the first Golden Throats, they are still quite amusing. Mae West is also back, and her contribution this time is actually funnier than the one on the first volume. There are two tracks here by Sammy Davis, which are both hilarious. Mel Torme's version of "Sunshine Superman" is bizarre, trippy and funny. Bing Crosby "pum pum pum pums" his way through "Hey Jude". The songs by Cassius Clay, Phyllis Diller and Mitch Miller are also very funny. But I have to say that although the songs by Jack Jones and Chad Everett are bad, I don't find them to be particularly funny. If you enjoy songs that are "so bad they're funny", you should get this CD.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By borax99 on August 14, 2002
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These songs are funny, but some folks may find them painful to listen to. What can I say, I've listened to this material repeatedly - not only do I get a huge kick from it, but I also enjoy springing it on unsuspecting coworkers. There's no question that this is bad music, but if you have a sense of humour, the Chad Everett version of the BeeGees classic Nights on Broadway is worth the price of admission. I thought the Sammy Davis Jr. selections were unkind, as they lack the howling qualities of (who else) Will Shatner or Phyllis Diller...
I had to special order this item and haven't regretted it one bit. If you have a sick fascination for horrible music, this one is a must (see also the original Golden Throats). I confess Volume 3 left me a bit cold, but then I am partial to the joyful enthusiasm with which these unsung (no pun intended, believe me) heroes hurl themselves at rock covers... while G.T. 3 was dedicated to country & western.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Will o' the Wisp on July 2, 2013
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The Golden Throat records are fun to listen to because you're in disbelief that such dreck would ever be recorded. If you get enough of the Golden Throat records you'll eventually have nearly all of Sebastian Cabot's bizarre dramatic readings of Bob Dylan songs. On this particular record there are actually a couple of cuts which aren't all that bad. Sammy Davis, Jr. takes a crack at "Theme from Shaft" which is not awful. Sammy has a second track on the album, his take on "In the Ghetto" and it's actually pretty good. It's the only time I've heard a black artist try that song (we're otherwise left with Elvis Presley's version). The song comes across much differently in the hands of a black singer. I thought Sammy's effort was worthwhile. The other fairly decent cut on the album is Chad Everett's take on "The Nights of Broadway". People my age will remember Chad; young people will have no idea who he is. But his vocals on "The Nights of Broadway" aren't bad. They're not terrific but Chad doesn't embarrass himself. The most drug-induced song on the album is Phyllis Diller's version of the Rolling Stones' "Satisfaction". Who green-lighted that insane project?
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By borax99 on August 14, 2002
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These songs are funny, but some folks may find them painful to listen to. What can I say, I've listened to this material repeatedly - not only do I get a huge kick from it, but I also enjoy springing it on unsuspecting coworkers. There's no question that this is bad music, but if you have a sense of humour, the Chad Everett version of the BeeGees classic Nights on Broadway is worth the price of admission. I thought the Sammy Davis Jr. selections were unkind, as they lack the howling qualities of (who else) Will Shatner or Phyllis Diller...
I had to special order this item and haven't regretted it one bit. If you have a sick fascination for horrible music, this one is a must (see also the original Golden Throats). I confess Volume 3 left me a bit cold, but then I am partial to the joyful enthusiasm with which these unsung (no pun intended, believe me) heroes hurl themselves at rock covers... while G.T. 3 was dedicated to pathetic attempts at country & western.
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