суббота, 9 июля 2016 г.

Kay Martin And Her Bodyguards– I Know What He Wants For Christmas... But I Don't Know How To Wrap It! 1962

Hang Your Balls On The Christmas Tree
I Want A Casting Couch For Christmas
Come On Santa, Let's Have A Ball
The Night Before Christmas Binge
Santa's Doing The Horizontal Twist
Santa's Going To Be Late Tonight
The Girls Were All Happy
I Know What You Want For Xmas
A Funtastic Panorama Of On-Stage Humor
Girls Should Be Obscene Not Heard
Up Your Chimney
Newlyweds In Bed
Uncle Fred & Aunty Mabel
I Knew He Was Coming
The Hard Chest Rub
He Loves To Bang Those Bells
Minnie The College Widow
She Laid The Cornerstone
The Sex Life Of The Camel
You're Dead If You Don't Dig It
It's Sex, Sex, Sex
They're Not Playing Chess Anymore
I Used To Give It Away, But Now I Have To Buy It

Martin was not only a topless model, but a lounge performer. The perfect woman?! 
Dig the kooky cover of "Blue Moon" a la The Champs' "Tequila," the rockabilly rumbler (with unexpected three-part harmonies towards the end) "I Ain't Mad At 'Chu," and a version of Gershwin's "Summertime" that sports the new-and-improved lyrics: "Your daddy's a flip and your mommy's a gasser."  If you were expecting something more Rusty Warren-ish and ribald, you may be surprised by such dark, weird, atmospheric gems as "The Heel," "Johnny Guitar" and the self-explanatory "Swamp Girl."  When she tries to play it straight on standards like "Sentimental Journey," it isn't too interesting - she sings  better than you'd expect, but not that well. Her enthusiastic Body Guards (rock that accordion!) chime in from time to time.