Music – 1978 – Father Guido Saraduci – Sings A Medley Of Beatles Songs – Live From London

Father Guido Sarducci is a fictional character created by the American comedian Don Novello….as Sarducci is a chain-smoking priest with tinted glasses….who works in the United States as gossip columnist and rock critic for the Vatican newspaper L’Osservatore Romano….which is sometimes mentioned as The Vatican Enquirer, a take-off of the National Enquirer tabloid.  Novello created the character in 1973, after he purchased the outfit….which consisted…

Music – 1979 – Sammy Davis Jr – Why Cant I Fall In Love – With Impersonator Bob Anderson

In this video seen herewith….impersonator / impressionist extraordinaire Bob Anderson does Sammy Davis Jr. singing ‘Why Can’t I Fall In Love” on Rich Little’s HBO television special in 1979….for without a doubt….Anderson is probably one of the very best musical impersonators / impressionists of all time….as this video provides evidence to that fact….cuz he nails Sammy…

Music – 1979 – Martin Mull – Last Night I Took You Home And We Began To Hmmmm – Sung Live In Concert

Truly one of our favorites here at ImaSportsphile….comedian / musician Martin Mull provides us with another monumental piece of comedic songwriting genius…..as Mull performs his own song “Last Night I Took You Home And We Began To Hmmmm”…..which is down-right hilarious….and truly another “pure diamond” albeit is “in the rough”.  We challenge anyone to watch this video…

Music – 1979 – Martin Mull – I Woke Up With A Pig In A Blanket – Performed Live In Concert

Martin Mull is a talent of true comedic genius…..who can deliver laughs in a stand-up routine, a sit-down  “in your living room” music routine….as seen in this video herewith…..for where else except from the mind of Martin Mull could anyone come up with a song that tells the story of going out on the town…. while…

Music – 1979 – News Anchor Bill Murray Sings Happy Birthday To The Light Bulb – Live On Stage In NYC

Every now and then, we get a video that makes it difficult for us to decide what category the video should go in….as seen in this video herewith…..where comedian Bill Murray sings Happy Birthday to the light bulb on SNL’s Weekend Update News….cuz Murray is a comedic genius who often uses music to get his humor across to…

Music – 1979 – Paul Anka – Put Your Head On My Shoulder + My Way – With Johnny Dark + Bob Anderson

Johnny Dark is an American comedian and comic actor….who has been active on television since the 1970’s…..and is most recently known for his recurring appearances on Late Show with David Letterman.  In addition to his Late Show appearances….as his appearances as a comedian include Late Night with David Letterman, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, Donny and Marie, and The Alan Hamel Show.  He has also done stand-up comedy in Atlantic…

Music – 1979 – Dean Martin – Release Me Let Me Go – With Impersonators Rich Little + Bob Anderson

“Release Me“….which is sometimes rendered as “Release Me (and Let Me Love Again)” is a popular  song written by Eddie “Piano” Miller and Robert Yount in 1949. Four years later it was recorded by Jimmy Heap & the Melody Masters in 1953….and with even better success by Patti Page in 1954….Ray Price in  1954….and Kitty Wells in 1954….which was subsequently recorded by Jivin’ Gene [Bourgeois] & the Jokers in 1960….and that…

Music – 1978 – Martin Mull – I Have Played Some Sh- -tholes Boy But This One Takes The Cake

Martin Mull is the funniest comedic songwriter/musician that we have in our incredible vintage music library that we have here at ImaSportsphile….as the fact remains that Mull has true  “comedic genius” in his very make-up…..and when you throw in an excessive amount of musical talent….which Mull has…..and you get some of the funniest music material ever…

Music – 1979 – Andy Williams – The Days Of Wine And Roses – By Impersonator Bob Anderson

“Days of Wine and Roses“ is a popular song from the 1962 movie of the same name…..which was written by Henry Mancini….with lyrics by Johnny Mercer….as they received the Academy Award for Best Original Song for their work….as well as the 1964 Grammy Award for Best Song of the Year.  In 2004 the song finished at # 39 in AFI’s 100 Years…100 Songs survey of top tunes in…