Monday, April 18, 2011

Soupy Sales Sez Do the Mouse and Other Teen Hits


Soupy Sales was a popular kid's show in the 1950s and 60s. He also had a minor hit with the song "The Mouse," which also had an accompanying dance. On this album, he not only performs that hit and the follow-up "Mouse Trap," he also sings a number of popular songs at the time, as well as some fun novelty hits and original songs. Enjoy!

Here's the track list:
  1. The Mouse
  2. Name Game
  3. Sad Sack
  4. Speedy Gonzales
  5. Hey Pearl
  6. The Nitty Gritty
  7. Mouse Trap
  8. Your Brains'll Fall Out
  9. King Kong
  10. Mighty Clem
  11. Pachalafaka
  12. Mr. Cab Driver
UPDATE: I'm afraid I was forced to remove the link for this album, but you can find these songs (and more) on the album featured below!

4 comments:

DJ Twisted Sister said...

Soupy Sales the comedian guy was also a singer? Who knew...!

prof. grewbeard said...

you can do it in the house!

Anonymous said...

As for the Amazon crap: "It doesn't cost you a thing, but it helps me out!"

Hey Gang, leader, what you do does not "help out" record store owners who are trying to sell these albums.

I hear it all the time - - "I saw that album in your store. I found it on the Internet, free!"

And you want to be paid for illegal downloads. Nice.

David said...

Anonymous - I have spent more money in record stores than anyone I know but still value finding these old goodies on blogs like this to check out. Most of these are one dollar records and not easy to find. They are out of print and most were originally released on labels that haven't existed for over 30 years. The blog owner is sharing these for the love. You are selling for the profit. I truly love used record stores but this site is not harming you in any way. If you are responsible for deleting the links then you are a vindictive ass. There are far more things to be grumpy about in the world than a free children's record from the fifties on someone's blog.