Top Allan Sherman Albums
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Nutty but Nice
Nutty but Nice
[2019]
Live at the Sands in Las Vegas
Live at the Sands in Las Vegas
[2019]
Cat in the Hat and Other Dr. Seuss Stories
Cat in the Hat and Other Dr. Seuss Stories
[2019]
My Son the Celebrity Folk Singer
My Son the Celebrity Folk Singer
[2019]
Allan Sherman Is the Cat in the Hat and Other Dr. Seuss Stories
Allan Sherman Is the Cat in the Hat and Other Dr. Seuss Stories
[2018]
For Swinging Livers Only
For Swinging Livers Only
[2017]
Live at the Hollywood Bowl
Live at the Hollywood Bowl
[2017]
My Son the Celebrity
My Son the Celebrity
[2017]
Peter and the Commissar (Live)
Peter and the Commissar (Live)
[2017]
Fig Leaves Are Falling (Broadway Musical)
Fig Leaves Are Falling (Broadway Musical)
[2017]
The Cat in the Hat (Songs from the Cat in the Hat)
The Cat in the Hat (Songs from the Cat in the Hat)
[2017]
Number One Hits (And Others Too)
Number One Hits (And Others Too)
[2017]
Cat in the Hat and More Songs Like That
Cat in the Hat and More Songs Like That
[2016]
The Cat in the Hat and More Songs Like That
The Cat in the Hat and More Songs Like That
[2016]
My Son the Nut
My Son the Nut
[2016]
The Fig Leaves Are Falling: The Broadway Musical
The Fig Leaves Are Falling: The Broadway Musical
[2016]
Allan Sherman Nutty but Nice
Allan Sherman Nutty but Nice
[2016]
Cat in the Hat (Songs from the Cat in the Hat)
Cat in the Hat (Songs from the Cat in the Hat)
[2015]
Allan Through the Looking Glass
Allan Through the Looking Glass
[2015]
Peter and the Commissar
Peter and the Commissar
[2014]
There Is Nothing Like a Lox - The Lost Song Parodies of Allan Sherman
There Is Nothing Like a Lox - The Lost Song Parodies of Allan Sherman
[2014]
My Son, the Folk Singer
My Son, the Folk Singer
[2014]
Rhino Hi-Five: Allan Sherman - EP
Rhino Hi-Five: Allan Sherman - EP
[2005]
Allan Sherman Live!
Allan Sherman Live!
[2004]
Togetherness
Togetherness
[2004]
For Swingin Livers Only!
For Swingin Livers Only!
[1964]
My Son, The Nut
My Son, The Nut
[1963]
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The Lets All Call Up Att And Protest To The President March Hello Muddah Hello Fadduh You Went The Wrong Way Old King Louie My Zelda One Hippopotami - Live Version My Son, The Vampire Youre Getting To Be A Rabbit With Me Night And Day (With Punctuation Marks) Kiss Of Myer Pills Secret Code Hail To Thee Fat Person Bye Bye Blumberg An Average Song Strange Things In My Soup Automation - Live Version Skin The Painless Dentist Song The Twelve Gifts Of Christmas There's No Governor Like Our New Governor Your Mothers Here To Stay Turn Back The Clock 12 Days Of Xmas Westchester Hadassah When I Was A Lad Wont You Come Home Disraeli You Need An Analyst Sarah Jackman Down The Drain Shticks And Stones I See Bones (c'est Si Bon) Return To Camp Granada Downtown Oh Boy Sir Greenbaum's Madrigal Shake Hands With Your Uncle Max The Ballad Of Harry Lewis Seltzer Boy Jump Down, Spin Around (pick A Dress O'cotton) The Streets Of Miami I See Bones - Live Version Call Me Go To Sleep, Paul Revere! Togetherness Peyton Place, USA Crazy Downtown (Parody Of Petula Clark) The Laarge Daark Aardvark Song It's A Most Unusual Play If I Were A Tishman I Cant Dance Hungarian Goulash No 5 Holiday For States Heres To The Crabgrass Headaches Harvey And Sheila Grow, Mrs. Goldfarb Green Stamps Good Advice Eight Foot Two Solid Blue Chim Chim Cheree Beautiful Teamsters Barry Is The Babys Name Automation Americas A Nice Italian Name J C Cohen Little Butterball Lotsa Luck The Dropouts March The Drinking Man's Diet The Bronx Bird Watcher That Old Back Scratcher Spanish Flea Signs Shticks Of One Kind And Half A Dozen Of The Other Shine On Harvey Bloom Ride Of Paul Revere Rat Fink Pop Hates The Beatles Plan Ahead One Hippopotami No Ones Perfect My Aunt Minnie Mexican Hat Dance Me Al N Yetta
Related Information for Allan Sherman
Allan Sherman was a pioneer of the comedy-rock scene. Although not much to look at, the overweight, balding, short, Jewish man gained popularity and became quite the star because of his witty infusion of satirical comedy into very well orchestrated renditions of classic tunes and songs. A song would usually have a lyric, perhaps a name or phrase, that has very little to do with what the original song was about, but the words would sound similar. His albums had nothing to hide, either, as each one was recorded live, and all the laughter, and occasionally a lack thereof, could be heard.Sherman was just a television producer, most famous for the quiz show "I've Got a Secret," not at all known as a comedian or performer... read more