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Mickey Katz "Mish Mosh" 1956 LP Signed Autograph "How Much Is That Pickle In The Window"

Katz, Mickey  Mish Mosh 1956 LP Signed Autograph How Much Is That Pickle In The Window
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Katz, Mickey "Mish Mosh" 1956 LP Signed Autograph "How Much Is That Pickle In The Window"
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Katz, Mickey  Mish Mosh 1956 LP Signed Autograph How Much Is That Pickle In The WindowKatz, Mickey  Mish Mosh 1956 LP Signed Autograph How Much Is That Pickle In The WindowKatz, Mickey  Mish Mosh 1956 LP Signed Autograph How Much Is That Pickle In The Window
Mickey Katz(Capitol 799-turquoise label)-"Mish Mosh"-LP. Some tracks include-How Much Is That Pickle IN The Window,Don't Let The Schmaltz Get In Your Eyes,Sixteen Tons,I'm A Schlemiel Of Fortune plus more!Long before Allan Sherman and Woody Allen showered the public with Yiddish slang -- and decades before the klezmer revival breathed new life into a once-popular ethnic music -- a little clarinetist with a lot of chutzpah blazed the trail, exposing "crossover" audiences to the language and the melodies of his forebears with a series of English-Yiddish parody records.Being Jewish "was always popular in my house," recalled Mickey Katz, who embraced his heritage from the early days of his career. "The only people it wasn't popular with were those who were frightened." Among those who were displeased with him for being open about his religious persuasion was the Jewish editor of Variety, who reprimanded Katz for "defiling" the legend of Davy Crockett when the bandleader's parody "Duvid Crockett" became a hit record. The LP has been autographed on the front cover by Mickey Katz with a fountain pen in brown......CONDITION OF VINYL,COVER AND AUTOGRAPH IS VG.