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Senior Member
Feb 8, 2015
Thank you so much my old for reminding of the group, The Barron Knights...They became very popular back in 1964 when they very humorously mimicked (parodied) pop groups of the day such as the Searchers, the Rolling Stones, Freddie and the Dreamers, the Batchelors, the Dave Clarke 5, and the Beatles...

As well as vocal mimicry, the Barron Knights also produced visual representations live on stage of group members such as Mick Jagger and Freddy Garrity from Freddie and the Dreamers...You and Windy might not really enjoy listening to the live performance from the Barron Knights first record release "Call Up The Groups", but I remember it vividly from 1964 and laughed many times upon hearing it...

Halfway through the video the music fades out as if its ending, but actually Part 2 begins, continuing the parody of the Rolling Stones...The first pop record of the 1960s to play longer than 4 minutes was The House of the rising Sun performed by the Animals in 1964 (4 minutes 21 seconds)...The video you are listening to lasts for 5 minutes 54 seconds, but alas, this was never brought up at the time..



Senior Member
Jan 3, 2015
Having fun on my computer time!

I Typed in some meaningless mumbo jumbo and googled it,
Here's what popped up.

So, I typed in > 'flip flap a brabba slunk'


Google brought me to> flip flap a brabba slunk - Google Search

Google changed it to >"flip flap a bubba skunk" which lead to> marijuana!!!


You just can't make this stuff up.
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