And as promised yesterday, the third installment of "Take a Sad Song," the brilliant 1972 deconstruction of classic rock by the incomparable Godfrey Daniel.
Track 7: An interestingly sleazy period take on "Honky Tonk Women."
Track 8: A doo-wop group steals "Whole Lotta Love" back from cat burglar Jimmy Page.
Track 9: And the masterpiece. My greatest fantasy in life is that Joni Mitchell heard this version of "Woodstock" and -- probably around the time the Musitron solo kicked in -- had to be hospitalized.
Coming tomorrow: the final three tracks, including the concluding bookend version of that Beatles anthem had it been done by the Selfrighteous Brothers.