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(New page: A Peter, Paul, and Mary-type '60s folk quartet in a greatest hits commercial on [http://us.imdb.com/Title?0075578 SCTV] (1976-1981). They are lauded for their politcal stance and activism ...)
 
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A Peter, Paul, and Mary-type '60s folk quartet in a greatest hits commercial on [http://us.imdb.com/Title?0075578 SCTV] (1976-1981). They are lauded for their politcal stance and activism while all they do is play twee nonsense songs like "Ricky Tippy Tin," "Bottle of Wine," and a parody of Puff the Magic Dragon, "Cliff the Magic Squirrel." The band includes Eugene Levy on banjo, Andrea Martin on vocals, Martin Short on stand up bass, and Joe Flaherty on acoustic guitar.
 
A Peter, Paul, and Mary-type '60s folk quartet in a greatest hits commercial on [http://us.imdb.com/Title?0075578 SCTV] (1976-1981). They are lauded for their politcal stance and activism while all they do is play twee nonsense songs like "Ricky Tippy Tin," "Bottle of Wine," and a parody of Puff the Magic Dragon, "Cliff the Magic Squirrel." The band includes Eugene Levy on banjo, Andrea Martin on vocals, Martin Short on stand up bass, and Joe Flaherty on acoustic guitar.
  
See also [[The Queenhaters]], [[Jackie Rogers Jr.]], [[Jackie Rogers Sr.]]
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Revision as of 17:57, 23 April 2011

A Peter, Paul, and Mary-type '60s folk quartet in a greatest hits commercial on SCTV (1976-1981). They are lauded for their politcal stance and activism while all they do is play twee nonsense songs like "Ricky Tippy Tin," "Bottle of Wine," and a parody of Puff the Magic Dragon, "Cliff the Magic Squirrel." The band includes Eugene Levy on banjo, Andrea Martin on vocals, Martin Short on stand up bass, and Joe Flaherty on acoustic guitar.