Steel your loins as well!
From above, Shooby begins scattin' his human-horn head off.
From the same as the above, a proven-to-be-effective, sure-fire repellant against household pests, rodents and undesirable persons.
From the same as the above, the joyful finale.
But somebody IS home.
From the above, Shooby gives us the second of his two thus-far identified scatting styles.
From the same as the above, Shooby belts out one of the greatest closings ever recorded.
Lift your voice as well, otherwise the shreiks of delight'll tear your insides out.
From the above, the infection rythms are first contaged.
From the same as the above, another moment of inspired maniacity.
From the same as the above, the especially inspired ending.
"Who says Shooby doesn't believe?" indeed! A closer walk with Thee.
If Shooby knows the answer, it's to be found somewhere might in this song.
Don't be insulted if he tells you something you don't want to hear. Just listening to this means you're OK!
May the Force be with you.
Shooby gets down with The Mills Brothers! A rockin' good time, and that ain't no jive!
Shooby resurrects The Harmonicats for the first of three such tunes since they were popularized by ASCAP scabs.
The second of Shooby's three Harmonicats covers.
Three's the "magic number"!
The master at work, clearing his tonsils, generally noise-making.
A monitored telephone conversation between his engineer Greg & Shooby, recounting his immunological adventures, "the 'whirl' of Shooby Taylor" & the Liberian virtues of African queenies.
Shooby, "The Godfather", gives his last comminique. Shortly after this telephone call, this retired Postal employee supposedly died, leaving behind, for all we know, only this tape at the recording studio for future generations to admire his..."whirl".
UPDATE - 8/19/02 - SHOOBY LIVES!!!
Thought by many (my humble self included!) to have died, Shooby was FOUND ALIVE through the herculean efforts of Rick Goetz & Irwin Chusid! Read all about it & see pictures of Shooby too at Andy Mardesich's Shooby.com!