...the late Helen Reddy's feminist anthem "I am Woman."
The short version in case you missed it:
Godfrey Daniel (the name is a euphemism popularized by W.C. Fields) were two freelance engineers -- Andy Solomon and David Palmer -- who to amuse themselves between official recording sessions did hilarious parodies of then contemporary songs in the style of doo-wop oldies.
An irreverent concept, verging on the seditious at the time they did it, that somehow they persuaded the powers that be at Atlantic was commercially viable enough to release on vinyl to an unsuspecting world.
That album went on to become a low selling but legendary cult artifact, especially at my house.
I should add that it is no longer officially available, but I have a high quality digital transfer that I will be happy to send to any reader who requests a copy.
I should also add that I did not know -- until, literally, last weekend -- that there were unreleased tracks from the record that were even MORE potentially subversive and/or offensive (depending on your perspective) than the ones from the official version.
The above, obviously, is my favorite so far.
See you tomorrow, kids.