Good Advice Costs Nothing and It's Worth the Price


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Until today, I'd never heard of the comedian and songwriter Allan Sherman (1924-1973). He was the Weird Al Yankovic of the 50s and 60s, composing and performing parody songs to millions of television viewers.

This song, "Good Advice", is a real hoot. It turns out that Sherman was responsible for the great inventions and discoveries of the modern age. Who knew?

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Allan Sherman was classic in my childhood, though we wen't Jewish. His take on many tunes of the 50 and 60 were fantastic! He had no qualms about mocking anyone and everyone!
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