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Artist: Petty Booka
Album: Sweethearts Of The Radio
Appears On (Mixes): Wally's Novelty Mix: She Yo-Yos Me and I Yo-Yo Her Back; Revme.Vox.Com
Song Notes: Wally's Novelty Mix: She Yo-Yos Me and I Yo-Yo Her Back: I think I might have played this one for you once, but I can't remember. I know I put their version of "Rainy Days & Mondays" on the dub club CD for you, though. Anyway, though, this is a really awesome country version of the Madonna song. Some really, really awesome banjo picking on this. Part of the reason why I like this track so much is that while it's an great joke, the song itself is played REALLY REALLY well. (Speaking of which, one I almost put on, even though it wasn't a novelty song in the slightest was Dolly Parton's cover of Help. It's REALLY insanely good.) - Rev. Syung Myung Me
Revme.Vox.Com: This here's going to be a two-fer by request! Two covers, two songs that are wicked awesome. Two kitties. (No kitties involved.) This first one is by Petty Booka, a Japanese group that does alternately country-flavored and hawaiian-flavored covers of songs. This one is in the Country bin, and it's AMAZING. It's one of those that when I play it for them, they pretty much do the whole jaw-droppin' thing, because not only is it an amusing arrangement of this song, and completely different than what you'd expect from Madonna, but it's also an IRON-SOLID arrangement, too. Just really amazing banjo work and everything. I love this one. -Rev. Syung Myung Me