Both Tiny Tim's vast musical knowledge of obscure, early recordings and his stylistic wit are brought together on what proved to be his last full-length release for Seeland. Early rock ("I Saw Mr. Presley Tip-toeing Through the Tulips") gets a laughing jab, and the Timster's version of "Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2)" (Pink Floyd) is unforgettable. Tim goes way back for his nasal interpretations of Irving Berlin's "If I Had You," Cole Porter's "True Love," and the unearthed title track. Tim introduces some cuts with his own remarks on this release -- which is highly eclectic -- even for him. Hip-hop gets run through the ukulele and Eugene Chadbourne shows up at the close of the disc.
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AllMusic Review by Tom Schulte