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October 27, 2005

Scoring - Guy Lafleur: Scroll down to #266 -- Sept. 23.: From the anals of music history comes Montreal Canadians' skater Guy Lafleur's disastrous foray into hockey-instruction disco.

posted by fabulon7 to hockey at 09:12 AM - 22 comments

Seriously? The "anals"?

posted by yerfatma at 09:40 AM on October 27

Yeah, that's a dumb comment, but the song itself is something else.

posted by fabulon7 at 09:43 AM on October 27

Hockey arenas should be playing this during breaks in play.

posted by rcade at 09:46 AM on October 27

This is the greatest/worst song I've heard in a long, long time. rcade is right, every hockey game should feature this song somewhere between the chicken dance and the techno version of "Cotton Eye Joe." Thanks for posting this fabulon7. (Where are fabulons 1 through 6?)

posted by NoMich at 10:02 AM on October 27

take it from a musician....they should never allow that song to be played....anywhere....ever...for any reason....in fact, it is recordings like this (and Shatner doing ANYTHING vocally) that make me cringe. Just because you are famous does NOT make U a musician!!!

posted by sinisterfoot at 10:13 AM on October 27

there is something about francophone-english talking hockey that makes me smile. great find.

posted by garfield at 10:18 AM on October 27

The William Shatner comparisons are no longer apt. Shatner did an incredible spoken-word album with Ben Folds, Henry Rollins, and Joe Jackson.

posted by rcade at 10:45 AM on October 27

posted by NoMich at 11:03 AM on October 27

I hear William Hung is doing a remake of this song. I can't wait to hear it!

posted by Desert Dog at 11:07 AM on October 27

No...Shatner DID do spoken word versions with some musicians...to call it "incredible" is like calling Donald Fehr a genious....it ain't happenin folks....

posted by sinisterfoot at 11:08 AM on October 27

Wait. I'm a musician too, and frankly, I love that Shatner record. Think about it. Imagine his version of "Mister Tambourine Man" being played as a singalong during a break in play in the third period. 15,000 kids all yelling MISTER TAMBOURIIIIINEEE MAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANNN!!! at the top of their lungs. How cool would that be? Anyway. I totally want this record.

posted by chicobangs at 11:30 AM on October 27

I'm talking about Has Been, not the thing Shatner did in the '70s.

posted by rcade at 11:45 AM on October 27

i love Shatner's version of "Common People".

posted by goddam at 11:54 AM on October 27

I liked Shatner's version of "Rocket Man". It was...interesting.

posted by grum@work at 12:41 PM on October 27

Thanks, Doc ... I'm never going to get off this site. I'm listening to just about everything.

posted by wfrazerjr at 12:50 PM on October 27

btw, excellent link fabulon7. for some reason i'm reminded of Father Guido Sarducci but i'm not sure why.

posted by goddam at 12:59 PM on October 27

I kept expecting Grover or Bert and Ernie to come on and start counting, or reciting the alphabet, or something.

posted by The_Black_Hand at 02:40 PM on October 27

rcade: okay, yeah, but I just had that visual in my head and had to get it out. Admit it, the Gainesville Shatners (or wherever) would sell out games on concept alone.

posted by chicobangs at 02:52 PM on October 27

Damn....I PLAY Frank Zappa material, and I cannot even find the humor...it is more embarrasing to me than anything else...oh well...guess I am the minority (HAHAHAHA - A F. Zappa fan being a minority...what a concept)...

posted by sinisterfoot at 03:03 PM on October 27

"i love Shatner's version of "Common People"." Word. That track is something else.

posted by JMoney at 11:00 PM on October 27

You people are sick. And I'm looking at you, Goddam

posted by owlhouse at 05:28 AM on October 28

I just listened to the track now (a week later) and that was 5 min and 22 seconds of wicked.

posted by gspm at 08:34 PM on November 03

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