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  2. Sep 25,  · One of his songs was recorded by folk singer Bob Gibson in and appeared on his album entitled “Makin’ A Mess: Bob Gibson Sings Shel Silverstein.” That song was called “Making a Mess (of Commercial Success).” It’s about the time he and a friend were extras on a television commercial for low-calorie light beer.
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  4. Stops along the way --I hear America singing --Whistlers & jugglers --Nothin's real anymore --Killed by a coconut --The man who turns the damn thing off and on --Take me --Still gonna die --Fancy ladies --Never be this young again --The golden kiss --The leavin' came hard --Makin' a mess of commercial success.
  5. "The Man Who Turns The Damn Thing Off And On," "The Golden Kiss," and "Makin' A Mess Of Commercial Success" are incredibly delightful and display the genius of Silverstein at his finest. While Bob Gibson gained fame through his adaptations of folk "standards," the songs on MAKIN' A MESS will not only tickle your funny bone, but several will 5/5(4).
  6. Makin' a Mess of Commercial Success. Bob Gibson. Makin' a Mess: Bob Gibson Sings Shel Silverstein. 0. I Come for to Sing. Bob Gibson. Joy Joy! The Young and Wonderful Bob Gibson. 0. This Little Light. Bob Gibson. Joy Joy!.
  7. Jan 01,  · "The Man Who Turns The Damn Thing Off And On," "The Golden Kiss," and "Makin' A Mess Of Commercial Success" are incredibly delightful and display the genius of Silverstein at his finest. While Bob Gibson gained fame through his adaptations of folk "standards," the songs on MAKIN' A MESS will not only tickle your funny bone, but several will 5/5(4).
  8. Quality: FLAC 16 bit / kHz (Tracks) Artist: Bob Gibson Title: Makin’ A Mess:Bob Gibson Sings Shel Silverstein Released: Style: Folk RAR Size: Mb Tracklist: 01 -Stops Along the Way 02 -I Hear America Sing 03 -Whistlers & Jugglers 04 -Nothin’s Real Anymore 05 -Killed by a Coconut 06 -Take Me 07 -Still Gonna Die 08 -The Man Who Turns the Damn Thing off and On.

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