For years you've been tempted by snippets of this album on various Web sites, including Frank's Vinyl Museum and the original 365 Days Project. Now, here at last for your full enjoyment, is Muhammad Ali, Frank Sinatra, Richie Havens, Jayne Kennedy, Ossie Davis, producer Arther Morrison, and Ali's Gang in the fight of their lives against the sinister Mr. Tooth Decay and his sidekick, Sugar Cuba. If you grabbed The Dope King's Last Stand from last year's 365 Days Project, this will complete your set.
"Dope King" is the better of the two albums. This one has a slightly weaker script and some questionable audio mixing, particularly of the kids, but it's also got Howard Cosell, the immortal Muhammad Ali historical fight song, in which we learn that Ali's alway's getting blamed for stuff he didn't do, and perhaps one of the earliest discussions of biodynamic farming on a children's record. Come to think of it, this may be the only discussion of biodynamic farming on a children's record.
Enjoy the full album. And remember, "The information on dental health contained in this children's record is considered by The American Dental Association to be in accord with current scientific knowledge - 1976."