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A Man Who Has Nothing In Particular To Recommend Him Discusses All Sorts of Subjects at Random as Though He Knew Everything

In Furtherance Of My Evil Plan To Resurrect Wichita Lineman And Make It The Official Cover Song Of The Twenty-Teens: You Mix A Hell Of A Caucasian, Jackie, Version

One is torn between grudging admiration for the fake harmonica sounds, and plain awe at the addition of a glockenspiel, evidently played with the feet, to the whole spiel. Roy from The IT Crowd sings pretty good, too. Like so many things in life, it’s either genius — or it isn’t.

Dad’s appearance at 3:11 showcases the essential utility of the song. Wichita Lineman is not too old, or too square, to have lost pop music’s only essential value: to drive your parents up the wall.

You must remember this: In Furtherance Of My Evil Plan To Resurrect Wichita Lineman And Make It The Official Cover Song Of The Twenty-Teens: Sergio Mendes and Brasil ’66

Anteceded by: In Furtherance Of My Evil Plan To Resurrect Wichita Lineman And Make It The Official Cover Song Of The Twenty-Teens: The Swinging Doors

Aforetimes: In
Furtherance Of My Evil Plan To Resurrect Wichita Lineman And Make It
The Official Cover Song Of The Twenty-Teens: Optiganally Yours 

Previously: In
Furtherance Of My Evil Plan To Resurrect Wichita Lineman And Make It
The Official Cover Song Of The Twenty-Teens: Glenn Tilbrook 

Also Sprach Sippican: Another In The Long List Of Songs I Don’t Like That I Like  

7 Responses

  1. Saay … this is gettin' kinda like that movie "They Live". The one John uh, Carpenter wrote & directed. Hey. Wait. I think I heard something. Where's my sunglasses?

  2. Alcohol always adds color to a situation. Not saying good color or bad color, just that it does add color. And horse sounds.

  3. If this one hadn't picked up the pace, I was going to record it myself!

    Trust me, you don't want that.

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