Wasn’t That A Party?

I have the “Best of”, and I’m telling you it never leaves the ole IPod. There are some amazing hits, such as Warsaw Blues, Danish Hat Dance, French Running Man, Belgium Two-Step, and of course, everyone’s favourite, the Luxembourg Merry Widow Waltz.

7 Responses to “Wasn’t That A Party?”

  1. Fenris Badwulf Says:

    By the emerald entrails of Set, the Snake God, Mayor, this is an excellent post.

    It embraces diversity and acknowledges the efforts of those brave souls who struggled against American imperialism, and against the false path socialism of Stalin.

    This is from the record store at York University, yes?

  2. skippystalin Says:

    Well, in the strictest sense of the word, tey are “party hits.”

  3. dmorris Says:

    Hm. I used to have those two albums,lost ‘em somewhere along the way.

    You left out the most emotional hit song,”Mr.Chamberlain’s Blues”, in which blues legend Blind Neville Chamberlain laments the treachery of some people. Guitar accompanied by harmonica, it’s the bluest blues ever sung by a white man.

    I believe he truly thought Mr.Hitler was just a nice guy.

  4. The Mayor Says:

    Hitler was a vegetarian and loved dogs.

  5. Fenris Badwulf Says:

    Well, the progressives are having a love fest with the old guy.

  6. Sisyphus Says:

    Nothing can start a party like a Fuhrer speech.

  7. Mitchieville » Blog Archive » Charlie and his Orchestra Says:

    [...] Mayor’s post reminded me about “Charlie And His Orchestra” — true Nazi party [...]

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