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20th May '13 8:09:05 PM nombretomado
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Is this man Jesus or what? Find if you Will a man who had mastered every stringed instrument given to him by the age of 7. Since then he has recorded everything from reggae to country rock, created a unique wood-working style and gotten back together with a [[Music/JohnOtway sado-masochistic punk]] a dozen times.

Discography:
* 1979: Call of the Wild
* 1980: Krazy Kong (Demo) Album
* 1986: Organic Bondage
* 1991: Mound of Sound
* 1995: Open Toed And Flapping

!!Tropes
* BalancedHarem: In Krazy Kong the Protagonist Krazy Kong has a "harem by his side" when his visits the dance-hall on a Friday
* CallBack: The bit at the end of Moose Loose Kicking from Organic Bondage reprises the melody of Shot of Redeye. I'm In Love Again also seems to do this but less evidently.
* CoolOldGuy
* CreatorInJoke: A Shot of Redeye. Red Eye Records. Hmm...
* DeathBySex / FemmeFatale: The protagonist in Late Night Lady almost dies after encountering the antagonist; a prostitute. He returns to her the next night
* IndecipherableLyrics: Drink To Me Only is sped up to twice its speed and it is incredibly difficult to understand what's being said without slowing 'em down.
* [[ConceptAlbum Kongcept Album]]: Krazy Kong. At least the Kong tracks are. TheOtherWiki has an article with an interpretation of the lyrics.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: The Late Show. "And the mixing desk is picking up the radio" There is a live video where during that line, a radio is pulled out on a cord. It is of course quite loud and makes the point about electronic interference being bad.
* TheManBehindTheMan: Willy is this to Music/JohnOtway. Subverted since Otway wrote the pair's [[OneHitWonder only hit]].
** The Writer Behind the Musician
*** Organic Bondage's tracks were written by criminally obscure songwriter Eddie Stanton. These were 'arranged' by Barrett who proceeded to add a writing credit ''before'' Stanton's name.
*** The best tracks on Call of the Wild were written by also criminally obscure songwriters Mike Gatton and Ken Murray. The distinctive guitar hook on "Late Night Lady" was provided by Roy Hurley. Though the bass part at the end of "Temptation" is Barrett's.
* {{Protagonist}}: Krazy Kong. And a bit of an AntiHero if the opinion of the men in the town are anything to go by. Probably [[RagsToRiches employs some of them]] by Kong and the Soup Dragon!!
* ShoutOut: Kong and the Soup Dragon is a very obvious nod to TheClangers' character The Soup Dragon. The song even mentions the protagonist Kong traveling on a spacecraft of some kind. I wonder where to?...
* SingingSimlish: The Kong Scat on Return of Kong.
* StudioChatter: During the b-side; Nice To Know You're My Friend, Willy says "Can we do the ending again?" then "I know it's shit".
* ThrowItIn:
** The cooler than cool bass riff at the end of "Temptation" seems to of been improvised at the last minute. Barrett fluffs a note as if working out how to end it.
** During "Tales From the Raj" on Organic Bondage, Barrett fluffs "She was standing there where-'''ho-a-um-th-a-um-there''' looking out of place" then laughs as he says "The only sign of life..." The already complex rhythm changes to accommodate this. God, Barrett must be really talented to work like that.

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Is this man Jesus or what? Find if you Will a man who had mastered every stringed instrument given to him by the age of 7. Since then he has recorded everything from reggae to country rock, created a unique wood-working style and gotten back together with a [[Music/JohnOtway sado-masochistic punk]] a dozen times.

Discography:
* 1979: Call of the Wild
* 1980: Krazy Kong (Demo) Album
* 1986: Organic Bondage
* 1991: Mound of Sound
* 1995: Open Toed And Flapping

!!Tropes
* BalancedHarem: In Krazy Kong the Protagonist Krazy Kong has a "harem by his side" when his visits the dance-hall on a Friday
* CallBack: The bit at the end of Moose Loose Kicking from Organic Bondage reprises the melody of Shot of Redeye. I'm In Love Again also seems to do this but less evidently.
* CoolOldGuy
* CreatorInJoke: A Shot of Redeye. Red Eye Records. Hmm...
* DeathBySex / FemmeFatale: The protagonist in Late Night Lady almost dies after encountering the antagonist; a prostitute. He returns to her the next night
* IndecipherableLyrics: Drink To Me Only is sped up to twice its speed and it is incredibly difficult to understand what's being said without slowing 'em down.
* [[ConceptAlbum Kongcept Album]]: Krazy Kong. At least the Kong tracks are. TheOtherWiki has an article with an interpretation of the lyrics.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: The Late Show. "And the mixing desk is picking up the radio" There is a live video where during that line, a radio is pulled out on a cord. It is of course quite loud and makes the point about electronic interference being bad.
* TheManBehindTheMan: Willy is this to Music/JohnOtway. Subverted since Otway wrote the pair's [[OneHitWonder only hit]].
** The Writer Behind the Musician
*** Organic Bondage's tracks were written by criminally obscure songwriter Eddie Stanton. These were 'arranged' by Barrett who proceeded to add a writing credit ''before'' Stanton's name.
*** The best tracks on Call of the Wild were written by also criminally obscure songwriters Mike Gatton and Ken Murray. The distinctive guitar hook on "Late Night Lady" was provided by Roy Hurley. Though the bass part at the end of "Temptation" is Barrett's.
* {{Protagonist}}: Krazy Kong. And a bit of an AntiHero if the opinion of the men in the town are anything to go by. Probably [[RagsToRiches employs some of them]] by Kong and the Soup Dragon!!
* ShoutOut: Kong and the Soup Dragon is a very obvious nod to TheClangers' character The Soup Dragon. The song even mentions the protagonist Kong traveling on a spacecraft of some kind. I wonder where to?...
* SingingSimlish: The Kong Scat on Return of Kong.
* StudioChatter: During the b-side; Nice To Know You're My Friend, Willy says "Can we do the ending again?" then "I know it's shit".
* ThrowItIn:
** The cooler than cool bass riff at the end of "Temptation" seems to of been improvised at the last minute. Barrett fluffs a note as if working out how to end it.
** During "Tales From the Raj" on Organic Bondage, Barrett fluffs "She was standing there where-'''ho-a-um-th-a-um-there''' looking out of place" then laughs as he says "The only sign of life..." The already complex rhythm changes to accommodate this. God, Barrett must be really talented to work like that.
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27th Apr '13 11:52:02 AM JIKTV
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Is this man Jesus or what? Find if you Will a man who had mastered every stringed instrument given to him by the age of 7. Since then he has recorded everything from reggae to country rock, created a unique wood-working style and gotten back together with a [[JohnOtway sado-masochistic punk]] a dozen times.

to:

Is this man Jesus or what? Find if you Will a man who had mastered every stringed instrument given to him by the age of 7. Since then he has recorded everything from reggae to country rock, created a unique wood-working style and gotten back together with a [[JohnOtway [[Music/JohnOtway sado-masochistic punk]] a dozen times.



* TheManBehindTheMan: Willy is this to Music/JohnOtway. Subverted since Otway wrote the pair's [[OneHitWonder only hit]].
** The Writer Behind the Musician
*** Organic Bondage's tracks were written by criminally obscure songwriter Eddie Stanton. These were 'arranged' by Barrett who proceeded to add a writing credit ''before'' Stanton's name.
*** The best tracks on Call of the Wild were written by also criminally obscure songwriters Mike Gatton and Ken Murray. The distinctive guitar hook on "Late Night Lady" was provided by Roy Hurley. Though the bass part at the end of "Temptation" is Barrett's.



* StudioChatter: During the b-side; Nice To Know You're My Friend, Willy says "Can we do the ending again?" then "I know it's shit"
* TheManBehindTheMan: Willy is this to JohnOtway. Subverted since Otway wrote the pair's [[OneHitWonder only hit]].
** The Writer Behind the Musician
*** Organic Bondage's tracks were written by criminally obscure songwriter Eddie Stanton. These were 'arranged' by Barrett who proceeded to add a writing credit ''before'' Stanton's name.
*** The best tracks on Call of the Wild were written by also criminally obscure songwriters Mike Gatton and Ken Murray. The distinctive guitar hook on "Late Night Lady" was provided by Roy Hurley. Though the bass part at the end of "Temptation" is Barrett's

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* StudioChatter: During the b-side; Nice To Know You're My Friend, Willy says "Can we do the ending again?" then "I know it's shit"
* TheManBehindTheMan: Willy is this to JohnOtway. Subverted since Otway wrote the pair's [[OneHitWonder only hit]].
** The Writer Behind the Musician
*** Organic Bondage's tracks were written by criminally obscure songwriter Eddie Stanton. These were 'arranged' by Barrett who proceeded to add a writing credit ''before'' Stanton's name.
*** The best tracks on Call of the Wild were written by also criminally obscure songwriters Mike Gatton and Ken Murray. The distinctive guitar hook on "Late Night Lady" was provided by Roy Hurley. Though the bass part at the end of "Temptation" is Barrett's
shit".
5th Oct '12 3:10:27 AM SheledUmlal
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* BalancedHarem: In Krazy Kong the Protagonist Krazy Kong has a "harem by his side" when his visits the dance-hall on a Friday



* SupportingHarem: In Krazy Kong the Protagonist Krazy Kong has a "harem by his side" when his visits the dance-hall on a Friday
8th Jun '12 2:38:59 PM SheledUmlal
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* DeathBySex/FemmeFatale: The protagonist in Late Night Lady almost dies after encountering the antagonist; a prostitute. He returns to her the next night

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* DeathBySex/FemmeFatale: DeathBySex / FemmeFatale: The protagonist in Late Night Lady almost dies after encountering the antagonist; a prostitute. He returns to her the next night
8th Jun '12 2:38:29 PM SheledUmlal
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* FemmeFatale: The protagonist in Late Night Lady almost dies after encountering the antagonist; a prostitute. He returns to her the next night

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* FemmeFatale: DeathBySex/FemmeFatale: The protagonist in Late Night Lady almost dies after encountering the antagonist; a prostitute. He returns to her the next night
8th Jun '12 2:31:23 PM SheledUmlal
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Is this man Jesus or what? Find, if you will, a man who had mastered every stringed instrument given to him by the age of 7. Since then, he has recorded every genre from reggae to country rock, created a unique woodworking style and reunited with a [[JohnOtway sado-masochistic punk]] a dozen times.
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Is this man Jesus or what? Find, Find if you will, Will a man who had mastered every stringed instrument given to him by the age of 7. Since then, then he has recorded every genre everything from reggae to country rock, created a unique woodworking wood-working style and reunited gotten back together with a [[JohnOtway sado-masochistic punk]] a dozen times.
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times.

Discography:
*1979: Call of the Wild
*1980: Krazy Kong (Demo) Album
*1986: Organic Bondage
*1991: Mound of Sound
*1995: Open Toed And Flapping

!!Tropes
* CallBack: The bit at the end of Moose Loose Kicking from Organic Bondage reprises the melody of Shot of Redeye. I'm In Love Again also seems to do this but less evidently.



* IndecipherableLyrics: "Drink to Me Only" is sped up to twice its speed and it becomes this.
* [[ConceptAlbum Kongcept Album]]: ''Krazy Kong''. At least the Kong tracks are. TheOtherWiki has an article with an interpretation of the lyrics.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: ''The Late Show''. "And the mixing desk is picking up the radio." There is a live video where during that line, a radio is pulled out on a cord. It is, of course, quite loud and makes the point about electronic interference being bad.
* {{Protagonist}}: ''Krazy Kong''. And a bit of an AntiHero, if the opinions of the men in the town are anything to go by. Probably [[RagsToRiches employs some of them]] by Kong and the Soup Dragon!!
* ShoutOut: "Kong and the Soup Dragon" is a very obvious nod to TheClangers' character The Soup Dragon. The song even mentions the protagonist Kong traveling on a spacecraft of some kind. I wonder where it's going?...
* SingingSimlish: "The Kong Scat" on ''Return of Kong''.
* StudioChatter: During the B-side; "Nice to Know You're My Friend", Willy says, "Can we do the ending again?" then "I know it's shit."
* SupportingHarem: In "Krazy Kong", the protagonist Krazy Kong has a "harem by his side" when his visits the dance-hall on a Friday.
* TheManBehindTheMan: Willy is this to JohnOtway. Subverted, since Otway wrote the pair's [[OneHitWonder only hit]].

to:

* CreatorInJoke: A Shot of Redeye. Red Eye Records. Hmm...
* FemmeFatale: The protagonist in Late Night Lady almost dies after encountering the antagonist; a prostitute. He returns to her the next night
* IndecipherableLyrics: "Drink to Drink To Me Only" Only is sped up to twice its speed and it becomes this.
is incredibly difficult to understand what's being said without slowing 'em down.
* [[ConceptAlbum Kongcept Album]]: ''Krazy Kong''.Krazy Kong. At least the Kong tracks are. TheOtherWiki has an article with an interpretation of the lyrics.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: ''The The Late Show''. Show. "And the mixing desk is picking up the radio." radio" There is a live video where during that line, a radio is pulled out on a cord. It is, is of course, course quite loud and makes the point about electronic interference being bad.
* {{Protagonist}}: ''Krazy Kong''. Krazy Kong. And a bit of an AntiHero, AntiHero if the opinions opinion of the men in the town are anything to go by. Probably [[RagsToRiches employs some of them]] by Kong and the Soup Dragon!!
* ShoutOut: "Kong Kong and the Soup Dragon" Dragon is a very obvious nod to TheClangers' character The Soup Dragon. The song even mentions the protagonist Kong traveling on a spacecraft of some kind. I wonder where it's going?...
to?...
* SingingSimlish: "The The Kong Scat" Scat on ''Return Return of Kong''.
Kong.
* StudioChatter: During the B-side; "Nice to b-side; Nice To Know You're My Friend", Friend, Willy says, says "Can we do the ending again?" then "I know it's shit."
shit"
* SupportingHarem: In "Krazy Kong", Krazy Kong the protagonist Protagonist Krazy Kong has a "harem by his side" when his visits the dance-hall on a Friday.
Friday
* TheManBehindTheMan: Willy is this to JohnOtway. Subverted, Subverted since Otway wrote the pair's [[OneHitWonder only hit]].



*** ''Organic Bondage'''s tracks were written by criminally obscure songwriter Eddie Stanton. These were 'arranged' by Barrett, who proceeded to add a writing credit ''before'' Stanton's name.
*** The best tracks on ''Call of the Wild'' were written by two other criminally obscure songwriters, Mike Gatton and Ken Murray. The distinctive guitar hook on "Late Night Lady" was provided by Roy Hurley, though the bass part at the end of "Temptation" is Barrett's own.

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*** ''Organic Bondage'''s Organic Bondage's tracks were written by criminally obscure songwriter Eddie Stanton. These were 'arranged' by Barrett, Barrett who proceeded to add a writing credit ''before'' Stanton's name.
*** The best tracks on ''Call Call of the Wild'' Wild were written by two other also criminally obscure songwriters, songwriters Mike Gatton and Ken Murray. The distinctive guitar hook on "Late Night Lady" was provided by Roy Hurley, though Hurley. Though the bass part at the end of "Temptation" is Barrett's own.Barrett's



** The cooler than cool bass riff at the end of "Temptation" seems to have been improvised at the last minute. Barrett fluffs a note as if working out how to end the song.
** During "Tales From the Raj" on ''Organic Bondage'', Barrett fluffs "She was standing there where-'''ho-a-um-th-a-um-there''' looking out of place," then laughs as he says, "The only sign of life..." The already complex rhythm changes to accommodate this. God, Barrett must be really talented to work like that.
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to:

** The cooler than cool bass riff at the end of "Temptation" seems to have of been improvised at the last minute. Barrett fluffs a note as if working out how to end the song.
it.
** During "Tales From the Raj" on ''Organic Bondage'', Organic Bondage, Barrett fluffs "She was standing there where-'''ho-a-um-th-a-um-there''' looking out of place," place" then laughs as he says, says "The only sign of life..." The already complex rhythm changes to accommodate this. God, Barrett must be really talented to work like that.
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that.
8th Jun '12 2:04:43 PM CorahsUncle
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Is this man Jesus or what? Find if you Will a man who had mastered every stringed instrument given to him by the age of 7. Since then he has recorded everything from reggae to country rock, created a unique wood-working style and gotten back together with a [[JohnOtway sado-masochistic punk]] a dozen times.

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Is this man Jesus or what? Find Find, if you Will will, a man who had mastered every stringed instrument given to him by the age of 7. Since then then, he has recorded everything every genre from reggae to country rock, created a unique wood-working woodworking style and gotten back together reunited with a [[JohnOtway sado-masochistic punk]] a dozen times.
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* IndecipherableLyrics: Drink To Me Only is sped up to twice its speed and it
* [[ConceptAlbum Kongcept Album]]: Krazy Kong. At least the Kong tracks are. TheOtherWiki has an article with an interpretation of the lyrics.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: The Late Show. "And the mixing desk is picking up the radio" There is a live video where during that line, a radio is pulled out on a cord. It is of course quite loud and makes the point about electronic interference being bad.
* {{Protagonist}}: Krazy Kong. And a bit of an AntiHero if the opinion of the men in the town are anything to go by. Probably [[RagsToRiches employs some of them]] by Kong and the Soup Dragon!!
* ShoutOut: Kong and the Soup Dragon is a very obvious nod to TheClangers' character The Soup Dragon. The song even mentions the protagonist Kong traveling on a spacecraft of some kind. I wonder where to?...
* SingingSimlish: The Kong Scat on Return of Kong.
* StudioChatter: During the b-side; Nice To Know You're My Friend, Willy says "Can we do the ending again?" then "I know it's shit"
* SupportingHarem: In Krazy Kong the Protagonist Krazy Kong has a "harem by his side" when his visits the dance-hall on a Friday
* TheManBehindTheMan: Willy is this to JohnOtway. Subverted since Otway wrote the pair's [[OneHitWonder only hit]].

to:

* IndecipherableLyrics: Drink To "Drink to Me Only Only" is sped up to twice its speed and it
it becomes this.
* [[ConceptAlbum Kongcept Album]]: Krazy Kong.''Krazy Kong''. At least the Kong tracks are. TheOtherWiki has an article with an interpretation of the lyrics.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: The ''The Late Show. Show''. "And the mixing desk is picking up the radio" radio." There is a live video where during that line, a radio is pulled out on a cord. It is is, of course course, quite loud and makes the point about electronic interference being bad.
* {{Protagonist}}: Krazy Kong. ''Krazy Kong''. And a bit of an AntiHero AntiHero, if the opinion opinions of the men in the town are anything to go by. Probably [[RagsToRiches employs some of them]] by Kong and the Soup Dragon!!
* ShoutOut: Kong "Kong and the Soup Dragon Dragon" is a very obvious nod to TheClangers' character The Soup Dragon. The song even mentions the protagonist Kong traveling on a spacecraft of some kind. I wonder where to?...
it's going?...
* SingingSimlish: The "The Kong Scat Scat" on Return ''Return of Kong.
Kong''.
* StudioChatter: During the b-side; Nice To B-side; "Nice to Know You're My Friend, Friend", Willy says says, "Can we do the ending again?" then "I know it's shit"
shit."
* SupportingHarem: In Krazy Kong "Krazy Kong", the Protagonist protagonist Krazy Kong has a "harem by his side" when his visits the dance-hall on a Friday
Friday.
* TheManBehindTheMan: Willy is this to JohnOtway. Subverted Subverted, since Otway wrote the pair's [[OneHitWonder only hit]].



*** Organic Bondage's tracks were written by criminally obscure songwriter Eddie Stanton. These were 'arranged' by Barrett who proceeded to add a writing credit ''before'' Stanton's name.
*** The best tracks on Call of the Wild were written by also criminally obscure songwriters Mike Gatton and Ken Murray. The distinctive guitar hook on "Late Night Lady" was provided by Roy Hurley. Though the bass part at the end of "Temptation" is Barrett's

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*** Organic Bondage's ''Organic Bondage'''s tracks were written by criminally obscure songwriter Eddie Stanton. These were 'arranged' by Barrett Barrett, who proceeded to add a writing credit ''before'' Stanton's name.
*** The best tracks on Call ''Call of the Wild Wild'' were written by also two other criminally obscure songwriters songwriters, Mike Gatton and Ken Murray. The distinctive guitar hook on "Late Night Lady" was provided by Roy Hurley. Though Hurley, though the bass part at the end of "Temptation" is Barrett'sBarrett's own.



** The cooler than cool bass riff at the end of "Temptation" seems to of been improvised at the last minute. Barrett fluffs a note as if working out how to end it.
** During "Tales From the Raj" on Organic Bondage, Barrett fluffs "She was standing there where-'''ho-a-um-th-a-um-there''' looking out of place" then laughs as he says "The only sign of life..." The already complex rhythm changes to accommodate this. God, Barrett must be really talented to work like that.

to:

** The cooler than cool bass riff at the end of "Temptation" seems to of have been improvised at the last minute. Barrett fluffs a note as if working out how to end it.
the song.
** During "Tales From the Raj" on Organic Bondage, ''Organic Bondage'', Barrett fluffs "She was standing there where-'''ho-a-um-th-a-um-there''' looking out of place" place," then laughs as he says says, "The only sign of life..." The already complex rhythm changes to accommodate this. God, Barrett must be really talented to work like that.that.
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Is this man Jesus or what? Find if you Will a man who

* CoolOldMan:
* [[ConceptAlbum Kongcept Album]]: Krazy Kong.
* LeaveItIn:
** The cooler than cool bass riff at the end of "Temptation" seems to of been improvised at the last minute. Barrett fluffs a note as if working out how to end it.

to:

Is this man Jesus or what? Find if you Will a man who

who had mastered every stringed instrument given to him by the age of 7. Since then he has recorded everything from reggae to country rock, created a unique wood-working style and gotten back together with a [[JohnOtway sado-masochistic punk]] a dozen times.

* CoolOldMan:
CoolOldGuy
* IndecipherableLyrics: Drink To Me Only is sped up to twice its speed and it
* [[ConceptAlbum Kongcept Album]]: Krazy Kong.
Kong. At least the Kong tracks are. TheOtherWiki has an article with an interpretation of the lyrics.
* LeaveItIn:
**
LeaningOnTheFourthWall: The cooler than cool bass riff at Late Show. "And the end of "Temptation" seems to of been improvised at mixing desk is picking up the last minute. Barrett fluffs radio" There is a note as if working live video where during that line, a radio is pulled out how on a cord. It is of course quite loud and makes the point about electronic interference being bad.
* {{Protagonist}}: Krazy Kong. And a bit of an AntiHero if the opinion of the men in the town are anything
to end it.
go by. Probably [[RagsToRiches employs some of them]] by Kong and the Soup Dragon!!



* SingingSimlish: The Kong Scat on Return of Kong.



*** The best tracks on Call of the Wild were written by also criminally obscure songwriters Mike Gatton and Ken Murray. The distinctive guitar hook on "Late Night Lady" was provided by Roy Hurley. Though the bass part at the end of "Temptation" is Barrett's

to:

*** The best tracks on Call of the Wild were written by also criminally obscure songwriters Mike Gatton and Ken Murray. The distinctive guitar hook on "Late Night Lady" was provided by Roy Hurley. Though the bass part at the end of "Temptation" is Barrett'sBarrett's
* ThrowItIn:
** The cooler than cool bass riff at the end of "Temptation" seems to of been improvised at the last minute. Barrett fluffs a note as if working out how to end it.
** During "Tales From the Raj" on Organic Bondage, Barrett fluffs "She was standing there where-'''ho-a-um-th-a-um-there''' looking out of place" then laughs as he says "The only sign of life..." The already complex rhythm changes to accommodate this. God, Barrett must be really talented to work like that.
8th Jun '12 1:18:35 PM SheledUmlal
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Is this man Jesus or what? Find if you Will a man who

*CoolOldMan:
*[[ConceptAlbum Kongcept Album]]: Krazy Kong.
*LeaveItIn:
**The cooler than cool bass riff at the end of "Temptation" seems to of been improvised at the last minute. Barrett fluffs a note as if working out how to end it.

*ShoutOut: Kong and the Soup Dragon is a very obvious nod to TheClangers' character The Soup Dragon. The song even mentions the protagonist Kong traveling on a spacecraft of some kind. I wonder where to?...
*StudioChatter: During the b-side; Nice To Know You're My Friend, Willy says "Can we do the ending again?" then "I know it's shit"
*SupportingHarem: In Krazy Kong the Protagonist Krazy Kong has a "harem by his side" when his visits the dance-hall on a Friday
*TheManBehindTheMan: Willy is this to JohnOtway. Subverted since Otway wrote the pair's [[OneHitWonder only hit]].
**The Writer Behind the Musician
***Organic Bondage's tracks were written by criminally obscure songwriter Eddie Stanton. These were 'arranged' by Barrett who proceeded to add a writing credit ''before'' Stanton's name.
***The best tracks on Call of the Wild were written by also criminally obscure songwriters Mike Gatton and Ken Murray. The distinctive guitar hook on "Late Night Lady" was provided by Roy Hurley. Though the bass part at the end of "Temptation" is Barrett's
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