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Ray Stevens' skit  "The Rock and Roll Show" from his 1962 album ''1,837 Seconds of Humor'' has three parodies of current song trends in it, complete with short songs.  Sally Smash is a lip-synching African American pop singer.
 
Ray Stevens' skit  "The Rock and Roll Show" from his 1962 album ''1,837 Seconds of Humor'' has three parodies of current song trends in it, complete with short songs.  Sally Smash is a lip-synching African American pop singer.
  
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The other two are [[Tommy Jimmy]] and [[Wayne Twang]].
  
 
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[[Category:1962|Smash, Sally]]
 
[[Category:Songs|Smash, Sally]]
 
[[Category:Songs|Smash, Sally]]
 
[[Category:Pop|Smash, Sally]]
 
[[Category:Pop|Smash, Sally]]

Revision as of 11:06, 13 September 2017

Ray Stevens' skit "The Rock and Roll Show" from his 1962 album 1,837 Seconds of Humor has three parodies of current song trends in it, complete with short songs. Sally Smash is a lip-synching African American pop singer.


The other two are Tommy Jimmy and Wayne Twang.