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1. Nick Lucas - Tip-Toe Thru The Tulips With Me

Nick Lucas - Tip-Toe Thru The Tulips With Me

BORN GOOD: Songs Tiny Tim Taught Us (1903-1964) DOWNLOAD FREE: https://classictrash.bandcamp.com 01 Bing Crosby & Bob Hope “Welcome to My Dream” (1944) 02 Billy Murray “I Love Me (I'm Crazy About Myself)” (1923) 03 Russ Columbo “You Call It Madness, But I Call It Love” (1946) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD 04 Nick Lucas “Tip-Toe Thru The Tulips With Me” (1929) 05 Harry Reser “I Wonder How I Look When I'm Asleep” (1926) 06 Al Jolson “I Gave Her That” (1920) 07 Ada Jones & Billy Murray “I'm Glad I'm A Boy, I'm Glad I'm A Girl” (1909) 08 Sid Walsh “Save Your Sorrow” (1925) 09 Billy Murray “Ever Since You Told Me That You Loved Me” (1913) 10 Henry Burr “Stay Down Here Where You Belong” (1915) 11 Williams & Godfrey “Where Does Daddy Go When He Goes Out?” (1913) 12 Jim Reeves & Dottie West “Love Is No Excuse” (1964) 13 S.H. Dudley “Then I'd Be Satisfied With Life” (1903) 14 Irving Kaufman “A Smile Will Go A Long, Long Way” (1924) 15 Rudy Vallee “Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?” (1931) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD 16 Maurice Chevalier “Living In The Sunlight, Loving In The Moonlight” (1930) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD Compiled with love by Sean Bohrman, a lifelong Tiny Tim fan. Limited edition release of fifty cassette copies. EMAIL TO GET TAPE FOR $5 + SHIPPING: [email protected] The first time I saw Tiny Tim was on July 19, 1993 on WWF Monday Night Raw when he visited the Jerry “The King” Lawler’s “Kings Court” and had his Ukelele smashed on live TV. I remember being struck by his oddness and in 2001 I became obsessed with it when I discovered his incredible debut LP “God Bless Tiny Tim.” This record and his subsequent releases (especially the 1968 Live at Royal Albert Hall CD that Rhino Handmade released) painted a picture of someone with a deep love, respect and knowledge of music. He was also a super weirdo, yes, for sure, but I never thought of him as someone to be laughed at as he was famous for later on. So one day I was driving around thinking about ways I could honor Tiny’s legacy (as I often do) and thought it would be a cool idea to put together a compilation of songs that Tiny Tim covered in the same style as the “Born Bad” compilations of songs that The Cramps taught us. Now, years later, I’ve finally found the time to put together this pet project of mine. Please enjoy and tell your friends about Tiny Tim. Thank you.

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2. Human Therapy - Domesticated People

Human Therapy - Domesticated People

FUCK YOUR COMMERCIAL RADIO BULLSHIT: This Is Punk Rock (1977-1984) DOWNLOAD FREE: www.classictrash.bandcamp.com FUCK YOUR COMMERCIAL RADIO BULLSHIT: THIS IS PUNK ROCK (1977-1984) 01 Plain Wrap - Punk Rock (1984) 02 Ladernunnan - Ensam I Natt (1982) 03 Human Therapy - Domesticated People (1983) 04 Dr. Zeke - Jag Ska Aldrig Do (1979) 05 The Normals - Hardcore (1978) 06 Non Compos Mentis - Ultimate Orgasm (1980) 07 Helen Keller - Dump On The Chump (1978) 08 TOO MUCH - Silex Pistols (1978) 09 White Trash - I Hate Toes (1983) 10 Razar - Money (1979) 11 Lost Kids - Alle Taler (1979) 12 Cinecyde - Enemy Man (1982) 13 Vopo's - Another Day (1980) 14 Vains - The Loser (1980) 15 The Limit - My World At Night (1978) 16 Sick Things - Bondage Boy (1977) 17 Fatsy Wataire - Chimene Hovelicot (1978) 18 Slime - Controversial (1978) 19 Dogmatic Element - Just Friends (1982) 20 Elton Motello - Pogo Pogo (1977) 21 Young Identities - Positive Thinking (1979) 22 The Numbers - Rules Of Love (1978) 23 WART - Subversion (1983) 24 Fast Cars - The Kids Just Wanna Dance (1979) 25 The Necessaries - You Can Borrow My Car (1979) Compiled with love by Sean Bohrman for Classic Trash #5 Thank you, enjoy! SEAN

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3. Bing Crosby & Bob Hope - Welcome To My Dream

Bing Crosby & Bob Hope - Welcome To My Dream

BORN GOOD: Songs Tiny Tim Taught Us (1903-1964) DOWNLOAD FREE: https://classictrash.bandcamp.com 01 Bing Crosby & Bob Hope “Welcome to My Dream” (1944) 02 Billy Murray “I Love Me (I'm Crazy About Myself)” (1923) 03 Russ Columbo “You Call It Madness, But I Call It Love” (1946) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD 04 Nick Lucas “Tip-Toe Thru The Tulips With Me” (1929) 05 Harry Reser “I Wonder How I Look When I'm Asleep” (1926) 06 Al Jolson “I Gave Her That” (1920) 07 Ada Jones & Billy Murray “I'm Glad I'm A Boy, I'm Glad I'm A Girl” (1909) 08 Sid Walsh “Save Your Sorrow” (1925) 09 Billy Murray “Ever Since You Told Me That You Loved Me” (1913) 10 Henry Burr “Stay Down Here Where You Belong” (1915) 11 Williams & Godfrey “Where Does Daddy Go When He Goes Out?” (1913) 12 Jim Reeves & Dottie West “Love Is No Excuse” (1964) 13 S.H. Dudley “Then I'd Be Satisfied With Life” (1903) 14 Irving Kaufman “A Smile Will Go A Long, Long Way” (1924) 15 Rudy Vallee “Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?” (1931) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD 16 Maurice Chevalier “Living In The Sunlight, Loving In The Moonlight” (1930) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD Compiled with love by Sean Bohrman, a lifelong Tiny Tim fan. Limited edition release of fifty cassette copies. EMAIL TO GET TAPE FOR $5 + SHIPPING: [email protected] The first time I saw Tiny Tim was on July 19, 1993 on WWF Monday Night Raw when he visited the Jerry “The King” Lawler’s “Kings Court” and had his Ukelele smashed on live TV. I remember being struck by his oddness and in 2001 I became obsessed with it when I discovered his incredible debut LP “God Bless Tiny Tim.” This record and his subsequent releases (especially the 1968 Live at Royal Albert Hall CD that Rhino Handmade released) painted a picture of someone with a deep love, respect and knowledge of music. He was also a super weirdo, yes, for sure, but I never thought of him as someone to be laughed at as he was famous for later on. So one day I was driving around thinking about ways I could honor Tiny’s legacy (as I often do) and thought it would be a cool idea to put together a compilation of songs that Tiny Tim covered in the same style as the “Born Bad” compilations of songs that The Cramps taught us. Now, years later, I’ve finally found the time to put together this pet project of mine. Please enjoy and tell your friends about Tiny Tim. Thank you.

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4. Plain Wrap - Punk Rock

Plain Wrap - Punk Rock

FUCK YOUR COMMERCIAL RADIO BULLSHIT: This Is Punk Rock (1977-1984) DOWNLOAD FREE: www.classictrash.bandcamp.com FUCK YOUR COMMERCIAL RADIO BULLSHIT: THIS IS PUNK ROCK (1977-1984) 01 Plain Wrap - Punk Rock (1984) 02 Ladernunnan - Ensam I Natt (1982) 03 Human Therapy - Domesticated People (1983) 04 Dr. Zeke - Jag Ska Aldrig Do (1979) 05 The Normals - Hardcore (1978) 06 Non Compos Mentis - Ultimate Orgasm (1980) 07 Helen Keller - Dump On The Chump (1978) 08 TOO MUCH - Silex Pistols (1978) 09 White Trash - I Hate Toes (1983) 10 Razar - Money (1979) 11 Lost Kids - Alle Taler (1979) 12 Cinecyde - Enemy Man (1982) 13 Vopo's - Another Day (1980) 14 Vains - The Loser (1980) 15 The Limit - My World At Night (1978) 16 Sick Things - Bondage Boy (1977) 17 Fatsy Wataire - Chimene Hovelicot (1978) 18 Slime - Controversial (1978) 19 Dogmatic Element - Just Friends (1982) 20 Elton Motello - Pogo Pogo (1977) 21 Young Identities - Positive Thinking (1979) 22 The Numbers - Rules Of Love (1978) 23 WART - Subversion (1983) 24 Fast Cars - The Kids Just Wanna Dance (1979) 25 The Necessaries - You Can Borrow My Car (1979) Compiled with love by Sean Bohrman for Classic Trash #5 Thank you, enjoy! SEAN

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5. Al Jolson - I Gave Her That

Al Jolson - I Gave Her That

BORN GOOD: Songs Tiny Tim Taught Us (1903-1964) DOWNLOAD FREE: https://classictrash.bandcamp.com 01 Bing Crosby & Bob Hope “Welcome to My Dream” (1944) 02 Billy Murray “I Love Me (I'm Crazy About Myself)” (1923) 03 Russ Columbo “You Call It Madness, But I Call It Love” (1946) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD 04 Nick Lucas “Tip-Toe Thru The Tulips With Me” (1929) 05 Harry Reser “I Wonder How I Look When I'm Asleep” (1926) 06 Al Jolson “I Gave Her That” (1920) 07 Ada Jones & Billy Murray “I'm Glad I'm A Boy, I'm Glad I'm A Girl” (1909) 08 Sid Walsh “Save Your Sorrow” (1925) 09 Billy Murray “Ever Since You Told Me That You Loved Me” (1913) 10 Henry Burr “Stay Down Here Where You Belong” (1915) 11 Williams & Godfrey “Where Does Daddy Go When He Goes Out?” (1913) 12 Jim Reeves & Dottie West “Love Is No Excuse” (1964) 13 S.H. Dudley “Then I'd Be Satisfied With Life” (1903) 14 Irving Kaufman “A Smile Will Go A Long, Long Way” (1924) 15 Rudy Vallee “Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?” (1931) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD 16 Maurice Chevalier “Living In The Sunlight, Loving In The Moonlight” (1930) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD Compiled with love by Sean Bohrman, a lifelong Tiny Tim fan. Limited edition release of fifty cassette copies. EMAIL TO GET TAPE FOR $5 + SHIPPING: [email protected] The first time I saw Tiny Tim was on July 19, 1993 on WWF Monday Night Raw when he visited the Jerry “The King” Lawler’s “Kings Court” and had his Ukelele smashed on live TV. I remember being struck by his oddness and in 2001 I became obsessed with it when I discovered his incredible debut LP “God Bless Tiny Tim.” This record and his subsequent releases (especially the 1968 Live at Royal Albert Hall CD that Rhino Handmade released) painted a picture of someone with a deep love, respect and knowledge of music. He was also a super weirdo, yes, for sure, but I never thought of him as someone to be laughed at as he was famous for later on. So one day I was driving around thinking about ways I could honor Tiny’s legacy (as I often do) and thought it would be a cool idea to put together a compilation of songs that Tiny Tim covered in the same style as the “Born Bad” compilations of songs that The Cramps taught us. Now, years later, I’ve finally found the time to put together this pet project of mine. Please enjoy and tell your friends about Tiny Tim. Thank you.

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6. Sid Walsh - Save Your Sorrow

Sid Walsh - Save Your Sorrow

BORN GOOD: Songs Tiny Tim Taught Us (1903-1964) DOWNLOAD FREE: https://classictrash.bandcamp.com 01 Bing Crosby & Bob Hope “Welcome to My Dream” (1944) 02 Billy Murray “I Love Me (I'm Crazy About Myself)” (1923) 03 Russ Columbo “You Call It Madness, But I Call It Love” (1946) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD 04 Nick Lucas “Tip-Toe Thru The Tulips With Me” (1929) 05 Harry Reser “I Wonder How I Look When I'm Asleep” (1926) 06 Al Jolson “I Gave Her That” (1920) 07 Ada Jones & Billy Murray “I'm Glad I'm A Boy, I'm Glad I'm A Girl” (1909) 08 Sid Walsh “Save Your Sorrow” (1925) 09 Billy Murray “Ever Since You Told Me That You Loved Me” (1913) 10 Henry Burr “Stay Down Here Where You Belong” (1915) 11 Williams & Godfrey “Where Does Daddy Go When He Goes Out?” (1913) 12 Jim Reeves & Dottie West “Love Is No Excuse” (1964) 13 S.H. Dudley “Then I'd Be Satisfied With Life” (1903) 14 Irving Kaufman “A Smile Will Go A Long, Long Way” (1924) 15 Rudy Vallee “Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?” (1931) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD 16 Maurice Chevalier “Living In The Sunlight, Loving In The Moonlight” (1930) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD Compiled with love by Sean Bohrman, a lifelong Tiny Tim fan. Limited edition release of fifty cassette copies. EMAIL TO GET TAPE FOR $5 + SHIPPING: [email protected] The first time I saw Tiny Tim was on July 19, 1993 on WWF Monday Night Raw when he visited the Jerry “The King” Lawler’s “Kings Court” and had his Ukelele smashed on live TV. I remember being struck by his oddness and in 2001 I became obsessed with it when I discovered his incredible debut LP “God Bless Tiny Tim.” This record and his subsequent releases (especially the 1968 Live at Royal Albert Hall CD that Rhino Handmade released) painted a picture of someone with a deep love, respect and knowledge of music. He was also a super weirdo, yes, for sure, but I never thought of him as someone to be laughed at as he was famous for later on. So one day I was driving around thinking about ways I could honor Tiny’s legacy (as I often do) and thought it would be a cool idea to put together a compilation of songs that Tiny Tim covered in the same style as the “Born Bad” compilations of songs that The Cramps taught us. Now, years later, I’ve finally found the time to put together this pet project of mine. Please enjoy and tell your friends about Tiny Tim. Thank you.

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7. Billy Murray - Ever Since You Told Me That You Loved Me

Billy Murray - Ever Since You Told Me That You Loved Me

BORN GOOD: Songs Tiny Tim Taught Us (1903-1964) DOWNLOAD FREE: https://classictrash.bandcamp.com 01 Bing Crosby & Bob Hope “Welcome to My Dream” (1944) 02 Billy Murray “I Love Me (I'm Crazy About Myself)” (1923) 03 Russ Columbo “You Call It Madness, But I Call It Love” (1946) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD 04 Nick Lucas “Tip-Toe Thru The Tulips With Me” (1929) 05 Harry Reser “I Wonder How I Look When I'm Asleep” (1926) 06 Al Jolson “I Gave Her That” (1920) 07 Ada Jones & Billy Murray “I'm Glad I'm A Boy, I'm Glad I'm A Girl” (1909) 08 Sid Walsh “Save Your Sorrow” (1925) 09 Billy Murray “Ever Since You Told Me That You Loved Me” (1913) 10 Henry Burr “Stay Down Here Where You Belong” (1915) 11 Williams & Godfrey “Where Does Daddy Go When He Goes Out?” (1913) 12 Jim Reeves & Dottie West “Love Is No Excuse” (1964) 13 S.H. Dudley “Then I'd Be Satisfied With Life” (1903) 14 Irving Kaufman “A Smile Will Go A Long, Long Way” (1924) 15 Rudy Vallee “Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?” (1931) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD 16 Maurice Chevalier “Living In The Sunlight, Loving In The Moonlight” (1930) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD Compiled with love by Sean Bohrman, a lifelong Tiny Tim fan. Limited edition release of fifty cassette copies. EMAIL TO GET TAPE FOR $5 + SHIPPING: [email protected] The first time I saw Tiny Tim was on July 19, 1993 on WWF Monday Night Raw when he visited the Jerry “The King” Lawler’s “Kings Court” and had his Ukelele smashed on live TV. I remember being struck by his oddness and in 2001 I became obsessed with it when I discovered his incredible debut LP “God Bless Tiny Tim.” This record and his subsequent releases (especially the 1968 Live at Royal Albert Hall CD that Rhino Handmade released) painted a picture of someone with a deep love, respect and knowledge of music. He was also a super weirdo, yes, for sure, but I never thought of him as someone to be laughed at as he was famous for later on. So one day I was driving around thinking about ways I could honor Tiny’s legacy (as I often do) and thought it would be a cool idea to put together a compilation of songs that Tiny Tim covered in the same style as the “Born Bad” compilations of songs that The Cramps taught us. Now, years later, I’ve finally found the time to put together this pet project of mine. Please enjoy and tell your friends about Tiny Tim. Thank you.

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8. Dr. Zeke - Jag Ska Aldrig Do

Dr. Zeke - Jag Ska Aldrig Do

FUCK YOUR COMMERCIAL RADIO BULLSHIT: This Is Punk Rock (1977-1984) DOWNLOAD FREE: www.classictrash.bandcamp.com FUCK YOUR COMMERCIAL RADIO BULLSHIT: THIS IS PUNK ROCK (1977-1984) 01 Plain Wrap - Punk Rock (1984) 02 Ladernunnan - Ensam I Natt (1982) 03 Human Therapy - Domesticated People (1983) 04 Dr. Zeke - Jag Ska Aldrig Do (1979) 05 The Normals - Hardcore (1978) 06 Non Compos Mentis - Ultimate Orgasm (1980) 07 Helen Keller - Dump On The Chump (1978) 08 TOO MUCH - Silex Pistols (1978) 09 White Trash - I Hate Toes (1983) 10 Razar - Money (1979) 11 Lost Kids - Alle Taler (1979) 12 Cinecyde - Enemy Man (1982) 13 Vopo's - Another Day (1980) 14 Vains - The Loser (1980) 15 The Limit - My World At Night (1978) 16 Sick Things - Bondage Boy (1977) 17 Fatsy Wataire - Chimene Hovelicot (1978) 18 Slime - Controversial (1978) 19 Dogmatic Element - Just Friends (1982) 20 Elton Motello - Pogo Pogo (1977) 21 Young Identities - Positive Thinking (1979) 22 The Numbers - Rules Of Love (1978) 23 WART - Subversion (1983) 24 Fast Cars - The Kids Just Wanna Dance (1979) 25 The Necessaries - You Can Borrow My Car (1979) Compiled with love by Sean Bohrman for Classic Trash #5 Thank you, enjoy! SEAN

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9. Irving Kaufman - A Smile Will Go A Long, Long Way

Irving Kaufman - A Smile Will Go A Long, Long Way

BORN GOOD: Songs Tiny Tim Taught Us (1903-1964) DOWNLOAD FREE: https://classictrash.bandcamp.com 01 Bing Crosby & Bob Hope “Welcome to My Dream” (1944) 02 Billy Murray “I Love Me (I'm Crazy About Myself)” (1923) 03 Russ Columbo “You Call It Madness, But I Call It Love” (1946) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD 04 Nick Lucas “Tip-Toe Thru The Tulips With Me” (1929) 05 Harry Reser “I Wonder How I Look When I'm Asleep” (1926) 06 Al Jolson “I Gave Her That” (1920) 07 Ada Jones & Billy Murray “I'm Glad I'm A Boy, I'm Glad I'm A Girl” (1909) 08 Sid Walsh “Save Your Sorrow” (1925) 09 Billy Murray “Ever Since You Told Me That You Loved Me” (1913) 10 Henry Burr “Stay Down Here Where You Belong” (1915) 11 Williams & Godfrey “Where Does Daddy Go When He Goes Out?” (1913) 12 Jim Reeves & Dottie West “Love Is No Excuse” (1964) 13 S.H. Dudley “Then I'd Be Satisfied With Life” (1903) 14 Irving Kaufman “A Smile Will Go A Long, Long Way” (1924) 15 Rudy Vallee “Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?” (1931) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD 16 Maurice Chevalier “Living In The Sunlight, Loving In The Moonlight” (1930) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD Compiled with love by Sean Bohrman, a lifelong Tiny Tim fan. Limited edition release of fifty cassette copies. EMAIL TO GET TAPE FOR $5 + SHIPPING: [email protected] The first time I saw Tiny Tim was on July 19, 1993 on WWF Monday Night Raw when he visited the Jerry “The King” Lawler’s “Kings Court” and had his Ukelele smashed on live TV. I remember being struck by his oddness and in 2001 I became obsessed with it when I discovered his incredible debut LP “God Bless Tiny Tim.” This record and his subsequent releases (especially the 1968 Live at Royal Albert Hall CD that Rhino Handmade released) painted a picture of someone with a deep love, respect and knowledge of music. He was also a super weirdo, yes, for sure, but I never thought of him as someone to be laughed at as he was famous for later on. So one day I was driving around thinking about ways I could honor Tiny’s legacy (as I often do) and thought it would be a cool idea to put together a compilation of songs that Tiny Tim covered in the same style as the “Born Bad” compilations of songs that The Cramps taught us. Now, years later, I’ve finally found the time to put together this pet project of mine. Please enjoy and tell your friends about Tiny Tim. Thank you.

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10. The Chapta - Journey To The Sun

The Chapta - Journey To The Sun

POP ACID: Taking A Trip Into The Strange & Psychedelic Pop Unknown (1967-1973) DOWNLOAD FREE: www.classictrash.bandcamp.com POP ACID: TAKING A TRIP INTO THE STRANGE & PSYCHEDELIC POP UNKNOWN (1967-1973) 01 Dawn Chorus - Electric Garden (1973) 02 The New Wing - The Thinking Animal (1967) 03 The Chapta - Journey To The Sun (1971) 04 Paul Jones - Music Box (1968) 05 The Hooterville Trolley - No Silver Bird (1968) 06 Artie Wayne - Automated Man (1967) 07 Jackpots - Jack in the Box (1968) 08 Young Blood - Don't Leave Me In The Dark (1968) 09 Bernard Chabert - Helga Selzer (1970) 10 Tim Wilde - Popcorn Double Feature (1967) 11 The Vegetable Garden - Even Stevens (1969) 12 Tony Hazzard - Listen to Me (1969) 13 Please - Time Goes By (1967) 14 The Fairytale - Guess I Was Dreaming (1967) 15 The Factory - Path Through the Forest (1968) 16 Deep Feeling - Pretty Colours (1966) 17 River Deep - Shelley Tell Me Why (1969) 18 The Changing Scene - Sit Down Lorraine (1971) 19 The Twilights - Paternosta Row (1968) Compiled with love by Sean Bohrman for Classic Trash #4 DESCRIPTION If you like this, you're going to love... SIR PSYCH - www.sirpsych.com Thank you, enjoy! SEAN

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11. Henry Burr - Stay Down Here Where You Belong

Henry Burr - Stay Down Here Where You Belong

BORN GOOD: Songs Tiny Tim Taught Us (1903-1964) DOWNLOAD FREE: https://classictrash.bandcamp.com 01 Bing Crosby & Bob Hope “Welcome to My Dream” (1944) 02 Billy Murray “I Love Me (I'm Crazy About Myself)” (1923) 03 Russ Columbo “You Call It Madness, But I Call It Love” (1946) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD 04 Nick Lucas “Tip-Toe Thru The Tulips With Me” (1929) 05 Harry Reser “I Wonder How I Look When I'm Asleep” (1926) 06 Al Jolson “I Gave Her That” (1920) 07 Ada Jones & Billy Murray “I'm Glad I'm A Boy, I'm Glad I'm A Girl” (1909) 08 Sid Walsh “Save Your Sorrow” (1925) 09 Billy Murray “Ever Since You Told Me That You Loved Me” (1913) 10 Henry Burr “Stay Down Here Where You Belong” (1915) 11 Williams & Godfrey “Where Does Daddy Go When He Goes Out?” (1913) 12 Jim Reeves & Dottie West “Love Is No Excuse” (1964) 13 S.H. Dudley “Then I'd Be Satisfied With Life” (1903) 14 Irving Kaufman “A Smile Will Go A Long, Long Way” (1924) 15 Rudy Vallee “Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?” (1931) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD 16 Maurice Chevalier “Living In The Sunlight, Loving In The Moonlight” (1930) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD Compiled with love by Sean Bohrman, a lifelong Tiny Tim fan. Limited edition release of fifty cassette copies. EMAIL TO GET TAPE FOR $5 + SHIPPING: [email protected] The first time I saw Tiny Tim was on July 19, 1993 on WWF Monday Night Raw when he visited the Jerry “The King” Lawler’s “Kings Court” and had his Ukelele smashed on live TV. I remember being struck by his oddness and in 2001 I became obsessed with it when I discovered his incredible debut LP “God Bless Tiny Tim.” This record and his subsequent releases (especially the 1968 Live at Royal Albert Hall CD that Rhino Handmade released) painted a picture of someone with a deep love, respect and knowledge of music. He was also a super weirdo, yes, for sure, but I never thought of him as someone to be laughed at as he was famous for later on. So one day I was driving around thinking about ways I could honor Tiny’s legacy (as I often do) and thought it would be a cool idea to put together a compilation of songs that Tiny Tim covered in the same style as the “Born Bad” compilations of songs that The Cramps taught us. Now, years later, I’ve finally found the time to put together this pet project of mine. Please enjoy and tell your friends about Tiny Tim. Thank you.

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12. Harry Reser - I Wonder How I Look When I'm Asleep

Harry Reser - I Wonder How I Look When I'm Asleep

BORN GOOD: Songs Tiny Tim Taught Us (1903-1964) DOWNLOAD FREE: https://classictrash.bandcamp.com 01 Bing Crosby & Bob Hope “Welcome to My Dream” (1944) 02 Billy Murray “I Love Me (I'm Crazy About Myself)” (1923) 03 Russ Columbo “You Call It Madness, But I Call It Love” (1946) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD 04 Nick Lucas “Tip-Toe Thru The Tulips With Me” (1929) 05 Harry Reser “I Wonder How I Look When I'm Asleep” (1926) 06 Al Jolson “I Gave Her That” (1920) 07 Ada Jones & Billy Murray “I'm Glad I'm A Boy, I'm Glad I'm A Girl” (1909) 08 Sid Walsh “Save Your Sorrow” (1925) 09 Billy Murray “Ever Since You Told Me That You Loved Me” (1913) 10 Henry Burr “Stay Down Here Where You Belong” (1915) 11 Williams & Godfrey “Where Does Daddy Go When He Goes Out?” (1913) 12 Jim Reeves & Dottie West “Love Is No Excuse” (1964) 13 S.H. Dudley “Then I'd Be Satisfied With Life” (1903) 14 Irving Kaufman “A Smile Will Go A Long, Long Way” (1924) 15 Rudy Vallee “Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?” (1931) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD 16 Maurice Chevalier “Living In The Sunlight, Loving In The Moonlight” (1930) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD Compiled with love by Sean Bohrman, a lifelong Tiny Tim fan. Limited edition release of fifty cassette copies. EMAIL TO GET TAPE FOR $5 + SHIPPING: [email protected] The first time I saw Tiny Tim was on July 19, 1993 on WWF Monday Night Raw when he visited the Jerry “The King” Lawler’s “Kings Court” and had his Ukelele smashed on live TV. I remember being struck by his oddness and in 2001 I became obsessed with it when I discovered his incredible debut LP “God Bless Tiny Tim.” This record and his subsequent releases (especially the 1968 Live at Royal Albert Hall CD that Rhino Handmade released) painted a picture of someone with a deep love, respect and knowledge of music. He was also a super weirdo, yes, for sure, but I never thought of him as someone to be laughed at as he was famous for later on. So one day I was driving around thinking about ways I could honor Tiny’s legacy (as I often do) and thought it would be a cool idea to put together a compilation of songs that Tiny Tim covered in the same style as the “Born Bad” compilations of songs that The Cramps taught us. Now, years later, I’ve finally found the time to put together this pet project of mine. Please enjoy and tell your friends about Tiny Tim. Thank you.

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13. Paul Jones - Music Box

Paul Jones - Music Box

POP ACID: Taking A Trip Into The Strange & Psychedelic Pop Unknown (1967-1973) DOWNLOAD FREE: www.classictrash.bandcamp.com POP ACID: TAKING A TRIP INTO THE STRANGE & PSYCHEDELIC POP UNKNOWN (1967-1973) 01 Dawn Chorus - Electric Garden (1973) 02 The New Wing - The Thinking Animal (1967) 03 The Chapta - Journey To The Sun (1971) 04 Paul Jones - Music Box (1968) 05 The Hooterville Trolley - No Silver Bird (1968) 06 Artie Wayne - Automated Man (1967) 07 Jackpots - Jack in the Box (1968) 08 Young Blood - Don't Leave Me In The Dark (1968) 09 Bernard Chabert - Helga Selzer (1970) 10 Tim Wilde - Popcorn Double Feature (1967) 11 The Vegetable Garden - Even Stevens (1969) 12 Tony Hazzard - Listen to Me (1969) 13 Please - Time Goes By (1967) 14 The Fairytale - Guess I Was Dreaming (1967) 15 The Factory - Path Through the Forest (1968) 16 Deep Feeling - Pretty Colours (1966) 17 River Deep - Shelley Tell Me Why (1969) 18 The Changing Scene - Sit Down Lorraine (1971) 19 The Twilights - Paternosta Row (1968) Compiled with love by Sean Bohrman for Classic Trash #4 DESCRIPTION If you like this, you're going to love... SIR PSYCH - www.sirpsych.com Thank you, enjoy! SEAN

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14. Please - Time Goes By

Please - Time Goes By

POP ACID: Taking A Trip Into The Strange & Psychedelic Pop Unknown (1967-1973) DOWNLOAD FREE: www.classictrash.bandcamp.com POP ACID: TAKING A TRIP INTO THE STRANGE & PSYCHEDELIC POP UNKNOWN (1967-1973) 01 Dawn Chorus - Electric Garden (1973) 02 The New Wing - The Thinking Animal (1967) 03 The Chapta - Journey To The Sun (1971) 04 Paul Jones - Music Box (1968) 05 The Hooterville Trolley - No Silver Bird (1968) 06 Artie Wayne - Automated Man (1967) 07 Jackpots - Jack in the Box (1968) 08 Young Blood - Don't Leave Me In The Dark (1968) 09 Bernard Chabert - Helga Selzer (1970) 10 Tim Wilde - Popcorn Double Feature (1967) 11 The Vegetable Garden - Even Stevens (1969) 12 Tony Hazzard - Listen to Me (1969) 13 Please - Time Goes By (1967) 14 The Fairytale - Guess I Was Dreaming (1967) 15 The Factory - Path Through the Forest (1968) 16 Deep Feeling - Pretty Colours (1966) 17 River Deep - Shelley Tell Me Why (1969) 18 The Changing Scene - Sit Down Lorraine (1971) 19 The Twilights - Paternosta Row (1968) Compiled with love by Sean Bohrman for Classic Trash #4 DESCRIPTION If you like this, you're going to love... SIR PSYCH - www.sirpsych.com Thank you, enjoy! SEAN

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15. Razar - Money

Razar - Money

FUCK YOUR COMMERCIAL RADIO BULLSHIT: This Is Punk Rock (1977-1984) DOWNLOAD FREE: www.classictrash.bandcamp.com FUCK YOUR COMMERCIAL RADIO BULLSHIT: THIS IS PUNK ROCK (1977-1984) 01 Plain Wrap - Punk Rock (1984) 02 Ladernunnan - Ensam I Natt (1982) 03 Human Therapy - Domesticated People (1983) 04 Dr. Zeke - Jag Ska Aldrig Do (1979) 05 The Normals - Hardcore (1978) 06 Non Compos Mentis - Ultimate Orgasm (1980) 07 Helen Keller - Dump On The Chump (1978) 08 TOO MUCH - Silex Pistols (1978) 09 White Trash - I Hate Toes (1983) 10 Razar - Money (1979) 11 Lost Kids - Alle Taler (1979) 12 Cinecyde - Enemy Man (1982) 13 Vopo's - Another Day (1980) 14 Vains - The Loser (1980) 15 The Limit - My World At Night (1978) 16 Sick Things - Bondage Boy (1977) 17 Fatsy Wataire - Chimene Hovelicot (1978) 18 Slime - Controversial (1978) 19 Dogmatic Element - Just Friends (1982) 20 Elton Motello - Pogo Pogo (1977) 21 Young Identities - Positive Thinking (1979) 22 The Numbers - Rules Of Love (1978) 23 WART - Subversion (1983) 24 Fast Cars - The Kids Just Wanna Dance (1979) 25 The Necessaries - You Can Borrow My Car (1979) Compiled with love by Sean Bohrman for Classic Trash #5 Thank you, enjoy! SEAN

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16. Vains - The Loser

Vains - The Loser

FUCK YOUR COMMERCIAL RADIO BULLSHIT: This Is Punk Rock (1977-1984) DOWNLOAD FREE: www.classictrash.bandcamp.com FUCK YOUR COMMERCIAL RADIO BULLSHIT: THIS IS PUNK ROCK (1977-1984) 01 Plain Wrap - Punk Rock (1984) 02 Ladernunnan - Ensam I Natt (1982) 03 Human Therapy - Domesticated People (1983) 04 Dr. Zeke - Jag Ska Aldrig Do (1979) 05 The Normals - Hardcore (1978) 06 Non Compos Mentis - Ultimate Orgasm (1980) 07 Helen Keller - Dump On The Chump (1978) 08 TOO MUCH - Silex Pistols (1978) 09 White Trash - I Hate Toes (1983) 10 Razar - Money (1979) 11 Lost Kids - Alle Taler (1979) 12 Cinecyde - Enemy Man (1982) 13 Vopo's - Another Day (1980) 14 Vains - The Loser (1980) 15 The Limit - My World At Night (1978) 16 Sick Things - Bondage Boy (1977) 17 Fatsy Wataire - Chimene Hovelicot (1978) 18 Slime - Controversial (1978) 19 Dogmatic Element - Just Friends (1982) 20 Elton Motello - Pogo Pogo (1977) 21 Young Identities - Positive Thinking (1979) 22 The Numbers - Rules Of Love (1978) 23 WART - Subversion (1983) 24 Fast Cars - The Kids Just Wanna Dance (1979) 25 The Necessaries - You Can Borrow My Car (1979) Compiled with love by Sean Bohrman for Classic Trash #5 Thank you, enjoy! SEAN

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17. Vopo's - An Other Day

Vopo's - An Other Day

FUCK YOUR COMMERCIAL RADIO BULLSHIT: This Is Punk Rock (1977-1984) DOWNLOAD FREE: www.classictrash.bandcamp.com FUCK YOUR COMMERCIAL RADIO BULLSHIT: THIS IS PUNK ROCK (1977-1984) 01 Plain Wrap - Punk Rock (1984) 02 Ladernunnan - Ensam I Natt (1982) 03 Human Therapy - Domesticated People (1983) 04 Dr. Zeke - Jag Ska Aldrig Do (1979) 05 The Normals - Hardcore (1978) 06 Non Compos Mentis - Ultimate Orgasm (1980) 07 Helen Keller - Dump On The Chump (1978) 08 TOO MUCH - Silex Pistols (1978) 09 White Trash - I Hate Toes (1983) 10 Razar - Money (1979) 11 Lost Kids - Alle Taler (1979) 12 Cinecyde - Enemy Man (1982) 13 Vopo's - Another Day (1980) 14 Vains - The Loser (1980) 15 The Limit - My World At Night (1978) 16 Sick Things - Bondage Boy (1977) 17 Fatsy Wataire - Chimene Hovelicot (1978) 18 Slime - Controversial (1978) 19 Dogmatic Element - Just Friends (1982) 20 Elton Motello - Pogo Pogo (1977) 21 Young Identities - Positive Thinking (1979) 22 The Numbers - Rules Of Love (1978) 23 WART - Subversion (1983) 24 Fast Cars - The Kids Just Wanna Dance (1979) 25 The Necessaries - You Can Borrow My Car (1979) Compiled with love by Sean Bohrman for Classic Trash #5 Thank you, enjoy! SEAN

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18. Licorice Schtik - The Kissin' Game

Licorice Schtik - The Kissin' Game

FUCKIN' A: Bubblegum Motherfucker Favorites DOWNLOAD FREE: classictrash.bandcamp.com 01 Licorice Schtik - The Kissin' Game (1968) 02 Protozoa - Ring Around My Rosie (1969) 03 The Wrest - Bet Your Sweet Bippy (1968) 04 Fist - Lickety Split (1971) 05 The Yummies - Patty Cake (1970) 06 Soulful Dynamics - Birdie (1971) 07 Sweet Bippies - Bubblegum Music (1968) 08 Bobby Ray - Storybook Love (1968) 09 The Dream Machine - Houdini (1967) 10 Arnim-Hamilton - Pepper Man (1969) 11 Reivers - Constantly (1970) 12 The Four Fuller Brothers - Groupie (1969) 13 Waterproof Tinker Toy - A Little Bit of This & A Little Bit of That (1968) 14 Hungry Tiger - Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum (1969) 15 Looking Glass - Tongue Twisters (1969) 16 Hot Chocolate Music Company, Ltd - (You Can Bet) I Know My Alphabet (1969) 17 Saturday Morning Cartoon Show - La La (1969) 18 The First Street Marble Team - Honey Love (1969) 19 Barry & Garry - Gimme Gimme Your Love (1975) 20 Jungle Jim - Big Fat Orang Uman (1971) 21 Chris Andrews - Yo Yo (1970) 22 The Side Show - Nickels & Dimes (1969) 23 Pintura Fresca - El Extraño De Pelo Largo (1969) 24 Balloon Busters - Alcock and Brown (1969) 25 Johnny Cymbal - Ode To Bubble Gum (1969) 26 Mark - Goodnight (It's Getting Late, You Know) (1969) Compiled with love by Sean Bohrman for Classic Trash I love bubblegum music. It's my favorite kind of music :-) People talk down on bubblegum because of the manufactured sound and blatant commercialization but this is some of the most catchy music made by some of the most talented musicians of the day posing as Saturday morning cartoon characters. One of the things I love most about bubblegum music is that it was only around for a handful of years (in its truest form) and there's a seemingly endless supply of songs from all sorts of crazy bands from all over the world. In my most bubblegum frenzied time I was trying to find anything I could the fit the bubblegum mold but it baffled me that most compilations out there featured only the big names in the genre like Ohio Express, 1910 Fruitgum Company and The Archies. Not to say the there's anything wrong with those bands - I had to stop listening to 1910's first album "Goody Goody Gumdrops" because I couldn't sleep with the songs stuck in my head. They're some of the best in the biz but I needed something more! Luckily, back in the 90s/00s another bubblegum super fan (maybe THEE most super of fans) made compilations of the most incredible, obscure and rare bubblegum music known to mankind called BUBBLEGUM MOTHERFUCKER. In total there's 1,399 songs across 52 volumes and in my spare time I've gone through each and every track to present my most painstakingly picked favorites! This is just a very tiny taste of all of the bubblegum goodness out there so below is a link to volumes 1-40 so you can make your own new favorites! Enjoy! Download volumes 1-40 of Bubblegum Motherfucker and get some super cool in-depth looks at the bands behind the songs here: https://bubblegumreviews.wordpress.com/about-2 P.S. I also hate when people call it bubblegum pop. It's bubblegum ok, we know it's pop. That's just redundant, so let's just drop the pop.

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19. Billy Murray - I Love Me (I'm Crazy About Myself)

Billy Murray - I Love Me (I'm Crazy About Myself)

BORN GOOD: Songs Tiny Tim Taught Us (1903-1964) DOWNLOAD FREE: https://classictrash.bandcamp.com 01 Bing Crosby & Bob Hope “Welcome to My Dream” (1944) 02 Billy Murray “I Love Me (I'm Crazy About Myself)” (1923) 03 Russ Columbo “You Call It Madness, But I Call It Love” (1946) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD 04 Nick Lucas “Tip-Toe Thru The Tulips With Me” (1929) 05 Harry Reser “I Wonder How I Look When I'm Asleep” (1926) 06 Al Jolson “I Gave Her That” (1920) 07 Ada Jones & Billy Murray “I'm Glad I'm A Boy, I'm Glad I'm A Girl” (1909) 08 Sid Walsh “Save Your Sorrow” (1925) 09 Billy Murray “Ever Since You Told Me That You Loved Me” (1913) 10 Henry Burr “Stay Down Here Where You Belong” (1915) 11 Williams & Godfrey “Where Does Daddy Go When He Goes Out?” (1913) 12 Jim Reeves & Dottie West “Love Is No Excuse” (1964) 13 S.H. Dudley “Then I'd Be Satisfied With Life” (1903) 14 Irving Kaufman “A Smile Will Go A Long, Long Way” (1924) 15 Rudy Vallee “Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?” (1931) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD 16 Maurice Chevalier “Living In The Sunlight, Loving In The Moonlight” (1930) — ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH FREE DOWNLOAD Compiled with love by Sean Bohrman, a lifelong Tiny Tim fan. Limited edition release of fifty cassette copies. EMAIL TO GET TAPE FOR $5 + SHIPPING: [email protected] The first time I saw Tiny Tim was on July 19, 1993 on WWF Monday Night Raw when he visited the Jerry “The King” Lawler’s “Kings Court” and had his Ukelele smashed on live TV. I remember being struck by his oddness and in 2001 I became obsessed with it when I discovered his incredible debut LP “God Bless Tiny Tim.” This record and his subsequent releases (especially the 1968 Live at Royal Albert Hall CD that Rhino Handmade released) painted a picture of someone with a deep love, respect and knowledge of music. He was also a super weirdo, yes, for sure, but I never thought of him as someone to be laughed at as he was famous for later on. So one day I was driving around thinking about ways I could honor Tiny’s legacy (as I often do) and thought it would be a cool idea to put together a compilation of songs that Tiny Tim covered in the same style as the “Born Bad” compilations of songs that The Cramps taught us. Now, years later, I’ve finally found the time to put together this pet project of mine. Please enjoy and tell your friends about Tiny Tim. Thank you.

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