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August 13, 2005

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mIKES

Speaking of Mr. Knievel:

http://www.thewvsr.com/evelknievel.htm

Debbie

Nooooooooo!

Listener Colin

Thanks! Any artist/title info for these tracks?

drewo

re: http://www.thewvsr.com/evelknievel.htm - I wonder how far he can jump that scooter?

Debbie

Tracks
1-Evel Knievel-Why
2-John Culliton Mahoney-Ballad Of Evel Knievel
3-Hub Reynolds-Ballad Of Evel Knievel
4-Mike Lunsford-Snake River Canyon

ThePassenger

GREAT BLOG!!!
Congratulation!!!
I will link in mine!

Listener Colin

Thanks Debbie!

mullah

i think evel knievel has a song named canyon in the sky... is there someone here that has it?

i've got it on turbonegros "the ballad of gerda and tore", but it's a hidden track, so i gotta wait for 20 minutes before i can hear it...

please mail me if you've got the song and wanna give it to me ;)

DEN NC USA

A good time to honor the daredevil in us all... here's a version of the Evel mythos, as cut by Otis Fodder

http://www.otisfodder.com/2007/11/viva-knievel.html

A good time to honor the daredevil in us all... here's a version of the Evel mythos, as cut by Otis Fodder. If you like the post-mod cut and paste school of music (and if you don't...what are you doing HERE?), you'll like The Bran Flakes and Mr. Fodder.

He likes this place...

http://www.otisfodder.com/projects.html

Norbert

Hello there,

This is a great blog site and I'm very happy that I found it, looking for information about the Evel Knievel records from the 70s. Great thing you put the MP3's of the songs here.

One question though: Somebody gave me the DVD of the Evel Knievel made-for-cable movie for Xmas, the one with George Eads as Evel. In the movie, the Ballad song by John Culliton Mahoney is heard, but with different lyrics all the way through. Instead of "He lives from day to day, never thinking 'bout tomorrow," the song starts with "They're standing toe to toe, the man against the canyon ..." Do you know whether this was an alternate cut of the song, or a new version specifically recorded for the movie? Also, where can I get it? It's even cheesier than the 1974 version.

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