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Parody & Original Songs of Loose Bruce Kerr as featured on the Dr. Demento & Jim Bohannon Shows
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Nov 19, 2006

"THE TIMES THEY HAVEN'T CHANGED MUCH" - Loose Bruce Kerr's live garage music video performance of the song featured on the Dr. Demento and Jim Bohannon shows on nationally syndicated radio. An update/parody of the 1960's Bob Dylan song of somewhat similar title. Bruce is also an attorney for Sun Microsystems in California's Silicon Valley. See also Bruce's podcast: www.loosebrucekerr.com for high res. versions of these videos, also stereo mp3 files for free download & podcast subscribing. email Bruce at BKerrLaw@aol.com

Aug 11, 2006

"IN-A-GA-DA-DA-VIDA POLKA," a combination parody by "Loose Bruce" Kerr, as featured on the Dr. Demento and Jim Bohannon syndicated radio shows, combines Ricky Martin's "Livin' La Vida Loca" with the 1968 drum solo hit song by Iron Butterfly, "IN-A-GA-DA-DA-VI-DA" and an added accordian unfortunately turns it into a nightmarish polka. In this fantasy parody, as the 60's start to come back in the form of flared jeans, black lights, lava lamps, etc., the added accordian somehow kidnaps the 60's rock sound and morphs it into a polka. Oh, the humanity. Ah, you can never go home again. Bruce laid down the instruments and vocals, one at a time, then brought in a female accordian player who was the local accordian society's president who'd not only never heard "IN-A-GA-DA-DA-VI-DA," she had somehow evaded hearing Ricky Martin's constant anthem, the beach song of a recent summer. Lawrence Welk may have been her last influence. This picture is Bruce in 1968 when he was in a rock band at the U. of Michigan-Ann Arbor, the Byzantine Empire, who opened for the Iron Butterfly in Chicago in 1968 as their psychedelic era hit was hitting the top of the charts. Sit back, crank up this double-parody, and take comfort that the story of this song will never truly exist to hurt us. Trust me. Rock does not have a polka phase ahead. If it were to, all boomers would pick a night to commit mass mutual suicide together. Holding hands and swaying while Judy Collins sings Joni Mitchell's, "Both Sides Now." Bruce is an attorney with Sun Microsystems in California's Silicon Valley. email: BKerrLaw@aol.com

Jul 9, 2006

"ADDICTED TO OIL" -AUDIO MP3 -parody of Robert Palmer's "Addicted to Love" - By Loose Bruce Kerr as featured on the Dr. Demento & Jim Bohannon syndicated national radio shows. Watch for the upcoming video of "Addicted to Oil" - Bruce is also an attorney at Sun Microsytems in California's Silicon Valley - other videos & stereo mp3's of Bruce's songs & parodies at www.loosebrucekerr.com, youtube, buzznet, myspace, yahoovideos, googlevideos, grouper & others -email:  BKerrLaw@aol.com

Jul 5, 2006

"Mr. Joe Bangles," parody/video of Jerry Jeff Walker's, "Mr. Bo Jangles... by "Loose Bruce" Kerr, nationally known song parodist featured on the Dr. Demento & Jim Bohannon shows on AM radio...Joe Bangles a modern day-suburban house-to-house male stripper/fashion model for women and men, alike. The women watch Joe Bangles, the men watch the women watch Joe Bangles...Republicans Welcome! Bruce is also an attorney at Sun Microsystems in California's Silicon Valley. email: BKerrLaw@aol.com

Jul 4, 2006

Sounds dirty but isn't, it's an ode to the strongest muscle of the body, the sphincter, our most reliable friend. By nationally known song parodist, Loose Bruce Kerr. Bruce is regularly featured on the Dr. Demento and Jim Bohannon nationally syndicated radio shows. Bruce is also an attorney at Sun Microsytems in California's Silicon Valley. Visit:  www.loosebrucekerr.com to hear other songs, parodies, and vidoes of "Loose Bruce" Kerr. email:  BKerrLaw@aol.com

May 31, 2006

"Mr. Joe Bangles," parody/video of Jerry Jeff Walker's, "Mr. Bo Jangles... by "Loose Bruce" Kerr, nationally known song parodist featured on the Dr. Demento & Jim Bohannon shows on AM radio...Joe Bangles a modern day-suburban house-to-house male stripper/fashion model for women and men, alike! Republicans Welcome! Bruce is also an attorney at Sun Microsystems in California's Silicon Valley. BKerrLaw@aol.com Copyright 2006 Broken Records & Marjorie Music Publ (BMI) - All Rights Reserved

May 30, 2006

parody of "Time In a Bottle" by Jim Croce, this one's about driving while needing to pee. By nationally known song parodist, "Loose Bruce" Kerr as heard on the Dr. Demento and Jim Bohannon radio shows. Bruce is also an attorney at Sun Microsystems. This is a "broadband-high" video. If it doesn't stream well on your system, please contact Bruce at: BKerrLaw@aol.com

Apr 4, 2006

VIDEO version of Loose Bruce Kerr's latest original song about the immigration protests and use of the Mexican flag in U.S. streets. Hear also the stereo mp3 or mono mp3 version of the song on this podcast site. Other videos of Bruce's are at www.youtube.com (type <Bruce Kerr> in search field. Bruce can be heard regularly on the Dr. Demento & Jim Bohannon nationally syndicated radio shows. Bruce is also an attorney with Sun Microsystems.

Apr 3, 2006

STEREO VER: Bruce says: "I wanted, for the illegal immigration issue, an original song to represent the center. I thought the recent demonstators' use of the flag of Mexico was plain stupid and counterproductive. If it's the Mexican flag that's the symbol, what's with the excape at risk of death scenario and coming here? If, on the other hand, you've escaped and now want the rights and privileges of citizenship, why are you not including yourself in the American landscape and waving the <American> flag? That would engender more support from the current citizenship of the U.S. I realize the Mexican flag is a symbol of solidarity-for <Mexican> citizens. If you really deserve citizenship here, and you came here like earlier immigrants to fold into the American dream and culture, embracing the American flag would do more to convince the current citizens of your true intent to become an American. The prevalence of a foreign flag in our streets, and that of a country who many feel is conducting a de facto "invasion" in numbers of immigrants coming here illegally, turned many off in the political center and even the left who might otherwise have been supporters (and eventual voters) on this issue. Beyond that, I wanted to capture some American folk styles and idioms to give it some Americana, hence the banjo, folk guitars, and mandolin. The harmonies, that's just where I live." Video coming...

Mar 25, 2006

Loose Bruce Kerr's live garage music VIDEO performance of the song featured on the Dr. Demento and Jim Bohannon shows on nationally syndicated radio. Bruce's parody of the Shania Twain country hit song pokes fun as Islamist extremists and the recent Danish cartoon controversy. Bruce uses his stereo background parts he records one instrument/vocal at a time to back up his live lead vocal and guitar performance on the video. Bruce is also an attorney for Sun Microsystems in California's Silicon Valley. You can also listen/download the full stereo mp3 in higher fidelity in another entry down below this one on this podcast page. Copyright 2006 Broken Records & Marjorie Music Publ. (BMI)

Mar 22, 2006

Loose Bruce Kerr's live garage music VIDEO performance of the song featured on the Jim Bohannon show on nationally syndicated radio. Bruce's parody of the 1960's Otis Redding classic of somewhat similar title addresses the controversy surrounding the proposed management of U.S. ports by Dubai Ports World of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. Bruce uses his stereo background parts he records one instrument/vocal at a time to back up his live lead vocal and guitar performance on the video. Bruce is also an attorney for Sun Microsystems in California's Silicon Valley. Listen/download the full stereo mp3 in high fidelity in another entry down below this one. Copyright 2006 Broken Records & Marjorie Music Publ. (BMI)

Mar 13, 2006

Loose Bruce Kerr sings in this video from his gargage his "Naked Airlines" original satire on how one fictional airline chose to meet the security threat in the air and found a marketing angle as well. This song was featured on the Dr. Demento and Jim Bohannon shows on nationally syndicated radio. The stereo audio of this video is also available on this podcast. Bruce is also an attorney with Sun Microsystems in California's Silicon Valley. Hear the high fidelity stereo mp3 of the audio track of this video in another entry down below. Copyright 2006 Broken Records & Marjorie Music Publ. (BMI)

Feb 26, 2006

STEREO (best): To the tune of Otis Redding's "Dock of the Bay," here is song parodist, Loose Bruce Kerr's newest spoof on the controversy surrounding the Dubai company taking over administration of 6 U.S. ports, and the danger many Americans feel that could represent. Here is, "Sittin' On the Dock of Dubai." Bruce plays the instruments and sings the vocal. He is also an attorney at Sun Microsystems in California. Copyright 2006 Broken Records & Marjorie Music Publ. (BMI)

Feb 18, 2006

LOOSE BRUCE KERR's Podcast & latest song parody on the worldwide rioting by Muslims over the Danish-published cartoons. To the tune of Shania Twain's, "Any Man of Mine," recorded in Bruce's garage in mid-February, 2006. Bruce plays all the instruments and sings the vocals 1 track at a time. Loose Bruce Kerr is featured on the Dr. Demento and Jim Bohannon shows (Westwood One). Bruce is also an attorney at Sun Microsystems. Copyright 2006 Broken Records & Marjorie Music Co. (BMI)

Jan 24, 2006

"Loose Bruce" Kerr, song parodist featured on the Dr. Demento syndicated show, performing his original song about how to ensure flight safety from terrorists: "Naked Airlines." Played on the Jim Bohannon and Dr. Demento shows coast-to-coast. Bruce sings & plays all the instruments, recorded in his garage studio in the Silicon Valley area of northern California.

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