As my current boss is functional I can listen to Roy Orbison, Jay Black and whatever whims pop up. I was listening to a collection with the Hippy Hippy Shake and some Donovan on it. I found a best of Jackie DeShannon but no Gene Pitney.
I also do like the hysterical Chutney Music of Guyana. Any songs about social problems caused by way too much alcohol and getting messed up in love. Now one is familiar with the songs of Del Shannon or Orbison to know they have a few broken relationship songs. There is one hysterical one about a guy giving a Trinidadian woman a green card and she ran off with another man. I can't listen to that one at work for obvious reasons. In Guyana the locals love to hear me sing these Chutney Classics with a Brooklyn Accent.
Also singing Country and Western Tunes and Doo Wop in Indian accents usually gets everyone laughing. I introduce myself as Glenn Cammel from Karachi. I also did some stand up routines about NY, Vermont and Guyana. Oddly, the part that is most hysterical was when I describe living with Northwind. Some friends in Vermont pointed out that some of the punch lines are not exaggerated. A chain saw is not an item commonly found in homes in NYC. However, it is found commonly in Vermont and some really smoking hot women and even grannies know how to use them.
If we ever get to waterboard Ducky I have a copy of Exodus sung by Pat Boone. Nothing drives communist Jew haters up a wall more then a Mormon Conservative singing about Zionism. The Henry Mancini Instrumental was so common I forgot that this song has words.
We will survive as a nation. There is a slim chance the business cycle can save Obama from himself. Our job is to keep pointing out the misery caused by the Obama policies and Socialist perversion of our ideas.