Difference between revisions of "Foggy Carbuncle"

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==Compositions==
 
==Compositions==
"Confederate Victory Song" (1865)
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*"Confederate Victory Song" (1865)
"Hip, Hip, Hooray for the Edsel" (1958-1960)
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*"Hip, Hip, Hooray for the Edsel" (1958-1960)
"Mr Krushchev"
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*"Mr. Krushchev"
"Happy Anniversary, Eddie and Liz" (May 12, 1959 – March 6, 1964)
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*"Happy Anniversary, Eddie and Liz" (May 12, 1959 – March 6, 1964)
"Congratulations, President Nixon"  
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*"Congratulations, President Nixon"  
"George Lincoln Rockwell"  
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*"George Lincoln Rockwell"  
"Johnson Victory Song"  
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*"Johnson Victory Song"  
"Bon Voyage, Titanic" (1912)
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*"Bon Voyage, Titanic" (1912)
"Goldwater Victory Song"  
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*"Goldwater Victory Song"  
"When the Hindenburg Lands Today" (1937)
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*"When the Hindenburg Lands Today" (1937)
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[[Category:Fictional composers|Carbuncle, Foggy]]

Revision as of 11:55, 30 March 2011

Unsuccessful composer who never had a hit, due to his unerring ability to always back the wrong horse. Also staggeringly long-lived, based on the range of dates he writes about. Even if he wrote his "Confederate Victory Song" as a callow youth, he'd have to have lived to at least age 110 to 120 to then also write about the 1964 election.


Compositions

  • "Confederate Victory Song" (1865)
  • "Hip, Hip, Hooray for the Edsel" (1958-1960)
  • "Mr. Krushchev"
  • "Happy Anniversary, Eddie and Liz" (May 12, 1959 – March 6, 1964)
  • "Congratulations, President Nixon"
  • "George Lincoln Rockwell"
  • "Johnson Victory Song"
  • "Bon Voyage, Titanic" (1912)
  • "Goldwater Victory Song"
  • "When the Hindenburg Lands Today" (1937)