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The Dr. Demento Show (live on KPPC) - July 11, 1971 (9p-11p)

Special Topic: the all-time Dr. Demento top ten; the best of Dr. Demento
NOTE: This show contains the first ever Dr. Demento countdown (Top Ten).

Minus One, Blast Off - The Sonics
Cadillac Jack - Andre Williams
The Kid's Last Fight - Frankie Laine [brief stick in middle]

CONTEST: Who did this record? (A bit of both sides played.) Correct answer wins the record. (Answer: Santo & Johnny)
Sleep Walk (brief excerpt) - Santo & Johnny
All Night Diner (brief excerpt) - Santo & Johnny

(Dr. Demento, Be My Pimento) - Leo Kottke

"and now, for our next number..."

#10 Black Denim Trousers - The Cheers
#9 Ballad Of Water Wart (Brrriggett) - The Thorndike Pickledish Choir
sound effects
#9 It's Warts On The Flip Side That Counts - The Thorndike Pickledish Choir
EXTRA: Smog - Johnny Donn & The Jazz Rockers
#8 Ape Call - Nervous Norvus w/ ape calls by Red Blanchard
CONTEST: Who is singing this song? Correct answer wins the record. (Answer: Johnny Thunder)
Loop De Loop (brief excerpts) - Johnny Thunder
#7 Bumble Boogie - Freddy Martin & His Orchestra
#6 The Flying Saucer (Part 1) - Buchanan & Goodman
(Anything Can Happen Day) - ?
#6 The Flying Saucer (Part 2) - Buchanan & Goodman

EXTRA: The Donkey Serenade - Allen Jones
#5 The Crusher - The Novas

#4 Monster Mash - Bobby (Boris) Pickett & The Crypt-Kickers
EXTRA: Which Witch Doctor - The Vogues

#3 Pico And Sepulveda (The Street Song) - Felix Figueroa & His Orchestra
#2 Transfusion - Nervous Norvus

crowd noise with brief singing
#1 Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor (On The Bed Post Overnight?) - Lonnie Donegan & His Skiffle Group
It Takes Two To Tango - Louis Armstrong
Mack The Knife (live) - Louis Armstrong
Alabama Song (Whisky Bar) - The Doors