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Madcap Capitol Hill Humor By The New York, NY Hardly-Worthit Players (Bill Minkin, Dennis Wholey, Carol Morley and Steve Baron) Who Take-Off On A Riff Of The 1956-1970 NBC TV Nightly News Program "The Huntley-Brinkley Report" In Their Hilarious Send-Up Of The Media And Washington In The Form Of This 1966 Comedy Album, Presented As An Archival Quality MP3 CD, MP3 Audio Download Or USB Flash Drive! #HardlyWorthitReport #HardlyWorthitPlayers #ComedyAlbums #BillMinkin #DennisWholey #CarolMorley #SteveBaron #TheHuntketBrinkleyReport #MP3 #CD #AudioDownload #USBFlashDrive
A1A Intro: Senator Bobby: Wild Thing (Album Version )
A1B Beatles / Pope Visit To New York City
A2 Juan Valdida (Commercial)
A4 U.S. Economic Aid (Commercial)
A5 Lone Ranger Press Conference
A6 Dove (Commercial)
A7 The Moses Convention
B1 White House Bar Mitzvah
B2 Red China (Commercial)
B3 White And Black
B4 Backout (Commercial)
B5 Information Please
B6 U.S. Treasury (Commercial)
B7 The Senate Housing Investigation Of The Three Little Pigs As Conducted By Senator Charming
Senator Bobby And Senator McKinley: Mellow Yellow
Senator Bobby: Wild Thing (Single Version)
Senator Bobby: Sock It To Me
William "Bill" Minkin (born October 17, 1941) is an American comedian, singer, and recording artist who performed political satire, under the names Senator Bobby and Senator Everett McKinley, and host for the long-running King Biscuit Flower Hour radio concert series. In 1967, Parkway Records released a 45 rpm single of Minkin singing two versions of The Troggs' 1966 hit song, "Wild Thing". On side one, Minkin uses the alias Senator Bobby in his impression of Democratic US Senator Robert F. Kennedy singing "Wild Thing". On side two, the comedian uses the alias Senator Everett McKinley in his impression of Republican US Senator Everett Dirksen singing the same song. The single reached number 20 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. The Senator Bobby version is credited on the single's label to Minkin (misspelled as "Menkin") and the group The Hardly-Worthit Players. It has appeared on reissues of the group's 1966 Parkway album entitled The Hardly-Worthit Report, along with the Cameo-Parkway album Boston Soul by the same performers. He released a follow-up single in 1967, also a satirical "Senator BobbY" style cover of the Donovan Leitch song "Mellow Yellow" on the Cameo-Parkway label.
Dennis Wholey (born July 2, 1939) is an American television host and producer, and the author of a number of self-help books, one of which was a New York Times bestseller. He currently hosts This is America & The World with Dennis Wholey, an interview program shown throughout the U.S. on public television stations and distributed worldwide on Voice of America Television.