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Funny, the obit mentions his sons, but doesn't mention that they went on to become sidemen for David Bowie.
While the dull kids were watching The Mickey Mouse Club, this is what us wise guys were soaking up. Later, we tried to look up the skirts of the little dull girls and then quietly went to work for the little dull boys. We showed em.
I used to have his album with "White Fang" and "Pookie The Toreador". Good record.
i hope when the grim reaper showed up, soupy threw a pie in his face!
Damn, that was a great show, and Sales was brilliant.
Rhino Handmade put out both of his Reprise LPs on a single CD that I think is still available from their website. It also has his Christmas single Santa Claus Is Surfin' to Town included, which is even rarer than the LPs (I only have one on actual vinyl).No sign of The Mouse though.
Do the Soupy Shuffle and shuffle your cares away... Farewell, old pal
I read your blog earlier today and had the distinct impression, "This feels like home".Apart from that he is unfamiliar to me (coming from England). May he dwell peacefully.
The original perpetrator of illogical action.
Thanks for remembering Soupy. I'm considering sending you some of those green pictures of the old guys with beards from my parents' wallets just to show you my appreciation.
Soupy Sales: comedic genius, RIP. A lot of his mannerisms and energy reminds me of Dick van Dyke actually... the two even looked alike
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