Vinyl Album - Jan And Dean - Jan & Dean Meet Batman - Liberty - USA
I picked up a double album anthology of Jan & Dean's best work and , which saw the release of Jan & Dean Meet Batman and Filet of Soul. their debut (and one of rock's first double LPs), but more importantly. Shop 5 records for sale for album Meet batman by Jan & Dean on CDandLP in Vinyl and jan and dean meet batman (mono) Liberty - US - LRP - Format: Vinyl. Jan & Dean's Batman is their most underrated, under-the-radar album. The single was good but the humor on this album is what makes it unique .
Rhythm of the Rain 6. Best Friend I Ever Had 9. When I Learn How to Cry On this, their first genre album, they tackle covers of not only the first two Beach Boys hits, "Surfin'" and "Surfin' Safari", but also take on the 4 Seasons with their cover of "Walk Like A Man".
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The album's lead-off track, "Linda" actually sound a lot like Jan and Dean's earlier stuff, with lots of "la-la-la Linda's" pointing the way to the duo's doo-wop beginnings. Next follows a cover of "Rhythm of the Rain" with nice multi-tracked harmonies and an organ break.
Bass Man" is a silly tribute to a bass singer Jan who's bopping along while Dean sings in a fruity falsetto, eventurally turning into a sort of 'dueling banjos' of doo-wop. A cover of "Walk Right In" follows, which is not my favorite song, and with Dean's squeeky falsetto again present throughout it's almost enough to make my ears bleed.
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The final track, and the only other 'surfing' related song on the album is a stiff cover of "Surfin' Safari" which sounds robotic and overly processed when compared with the original.
An OK album, but better was to come.
Stay tuned after the jump — same Bat-time, same Bat-channel! The album is a musical collage, incorporating dialogue, spoken-word comedy bits, musical gags, and original songs into something resembling a, well, batty radio show.
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Things get weirder from there! Jan and Dean must take to their atom-powered woody in time to stop their vile plan! Jan and Dean capture the zany, campy tone of the television series, even including cliffhangers with the heroes caught in death-defying situations. His rank odor is so overwhelming that the heroes must withstand perpetual nausea to fight him! Another encounter is with The Fireman, who cue gasp here!
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Even the Batmobile itself is found worthy of an ode from the California boys. Dean Torrence founded the successful graphic design firm Kittyhawk Graphics, and still performs his classic hits today.
Hefti has been properly credited on CD appearances of the song. Disappointingly, that reissue had all of the Batman artwork blacked out. Unfortunately, after exhausting all efforts to obtain permission, our request was denied. Ironically, issues still rage today between Fox owner of the show and DC Comics owner of the characters that have prevented a much-in-demand DVD release.