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  • September 14, 2011
  • By oglioent
  • Comments Off on Television’s Greatest Hits – TV Theme 6-Packs
  • in News, Oglio Records, Press, Rock

Television’s Greatest Hits – TV Theme 6-Packs

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LOS ANGELES, CA (September, 2011) Like all great TV shows, the legendary Television’s Greatest Hits series is making a comeback. The ground-breaking series, originally released by TVT Records in 1985-1996, found the perfect reissue home with the offbeat label, Oglio Records by way of arrangement with The Bicycle Music Company. The series has often been imitated but the eight volume series remains the gold standard in television theme collections.

Oglio Records is initially releasing television themes bundled into “6-Packs” starting with “Classic Sitcoms” (9/6/11); “Cop Shows” (9/20/11); “Adventure” (10/4/11); “Classic Kids” (10/18/11); “Westerns” (11/1/11); “60’s Sitcoms” (11/15/11); “Classic Sitcoms II” (11/29/11); “Detective Shows” (12/13/11); and “Classic Comedy” (12/27/11).

Television theme highlights of the initial 6-Pack releases include: Gilligan's Island, Dennis The Menace, Leave It To Beaver, The Andy Griffith Show, The Honeymooners, WKRP In Cincinnati, The Mod Squad, Adam-12, Kojak, Hill Street Blues, Lost In Space, Captain Kangaroo, Merrie Melodies, Road Runner, Underdog, Looney Tunes, Bonanza, I Dream of Jeannie, Bewitched, The Munsters, Petticoat Junction, The Dick Van Dyke Show, That Girl, The Bob Newhart Show, Family Affair, Secret Agent Man, Magnum P.I., Get Smart, The Tonight Show, Pink Panther, The Jackie Gleason Show, You Bet Your Life, and The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour.

The Bicycle Music Company, founded in 1974, is a full service independent publisher and rights holder committed to exceptional, creative growth in the value of its owned and administered copyrights. Since its reorganization five years ago, Bicycle and its affiliates have acquired rights in catalogs such as Glen Ballard, Marvin Hamlisch, Foghat, Nine Inch Nails, Survivor, Cyndi Lauper, .38 Special, Marty Balin, Tammy Wynette, Hatebreed, Dwight Yoakam, Pete Seeger, Third Eye Blind, Night Ranger, Steve Dorff, Montell Jordan, The Fixx, Roy Ayers, Wes Farrell, Wayne Kemp, Ernie Maresca, Ewan MacColl, Phil Ochs, Arlo Guthrie and Sublime.

Oglio Records is a 19 year old independent label specializing in the fun and unusual. Modeled after the legendary Rhino Records, Oglio has released and reissued recordings from a diverse group of talent including comedians George Lopez, Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling (of Howard Stern Show fame) and Rob Schneider, as well as musical talent including Brian Wilson, Cyndi Lauper, Parry Gripp, Nerf Herder, BigBang, Roger Joseph Manning Jr., and Beatallica. Oglio Records is distributed worldwide by INgrooves/Fontana/Universal.

Television's Greatest Hits - Classic Sitcoms

Television's Greatest Hits - Classic Sitcoms

Gilligan's Island
Dennis The Menace
Leave It To Beaver
The Andy Griffith Show
The Honeymooners
WKRP In Cincinnati


Television's Greatest Hits - Cop Shows

Television's Greatest Hits - Cop Shows

The Mod Squad
Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Hill Street Blues


Television's Greatest Hits - Adventure

Television's Greatest Hits - Adventure

Lost In Space
Rin Tin Tin
Daniel Boone
Sea Hunt
The Avengers
Captain Midnight


Television's Greatest Hits - Classic Kids

Television's Greatest Hits - Classic Kids

Captain Kangaroo
Merrie Melodies
Road Runner
Looney Tunes
Astro Boy


Television's Greatest Hits - Westerns

Television's Greatest Hits - Westerns

The Virginian
26 Men
The Big Valley
Bat Masterson
Wild Wild West


Television's Greatest Hits - 60s Sitcoms

Television's Greatest Hits - 60s Sitcoms

I Dream of Jeannie
McHale's Navy
My Mother The Car
The Munsters


Television's Greatest Hits - Classic Sitcoms II

Television's Greatest Hits - Classic Sitcoms II

Petticoat Junction
The Dick Van Dyke Show
That Girl
The Bob Newhart Show
Our Miss Brooks
Family Affair


Television's Greatest Hits - Detective Shows

Television's Greatest Hits - Detective Shows

Surfside 6
Peter Gunn
Hawaiian Eye
Secret Agent Man
Magnum P.I.


Television's Greatest Hits - Classic Comedy

Television's Greatest Hits - Classic Comedy

Get Smart
The Tonight Show
Pink Panther
The Jackie Gleason Show
You Bet Your Life
The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour

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  • March 28, 2011
  • By Mr Oglio
  • Comments Off on Rob Schneider – Registered Offender
  • in Comedy, News, Oglio Comedy

Rob Schneider – Registered Offender

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The Brand New Comedy Album!

Track Listing

1. What I Want


2. Iraq Love


3. Yoko and Julian


4. She’s Gonna Come


5. Swain The Legend


6. Virtual Kidnappers


7. Car Wash


8. The Perfect Shit


9. Agent For Porn Stars


10. Sex Offenders


11. The Liar Corp


12. Welcome To The Jungle


13. Sea Of Jizz


14. Mom and Dad Party


15. Graduation Speech


16. Bonus Outro

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Jaymz Bee & The DLC – Sub Urban

Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the record stores comes the release of Jaymz Bee and the Deep Lounge Coalition's new CD "Sub Urban." Having established a huge following in his home country, this Canadian has worked his lounge magic on some of today's hottest Hip-Hop /R&B hits. With full orchestra and guest vocalists, Jaymz Bee has transformed songs from Shaggy, Wu Tang Clan, Snoop Dogg and others into something you might hear in an elevator. Buy it - you'll love it!


  • It Wasn't Me (Originally by Shaggy)
  • Ride Wit Me (Originally by Nelly)
  • Who Let The Dogs Out (Originally by Baha Men)
  • Love Don't Cost A Thing (Originally by Jennifer Lopez)
  • Independent Women (Originally by Destiny's Child)
  • Gravel Pit (Originally by Wu Tang Clan)
  • Thong Song (Originally by Sisqo)
  • Get Ur Freak On (Originally by Missy Elliott)
  • Southern Hospitality (Originally by Ludacris)
  • Gin And Juice (Originally by Snoop Dogg)
  • I Just Wanna Love U (Originally by Jay-Z)
  • Nuthin' But A G Thang (Originally by Dr. Dre
  • Turn Off The Light (Originally by Nelly Furtado)
  • Ms Jackson (Originally by Outkast)

Richard Cheese – Lounge Against The Machine

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America's loudest lounge singer Richard Cheese performs swingin' Vegas versions of rock, rap, and Top 40 hits, "swankifying" contemporary songs into traditional pop vocal standards. Cheese has released 6 albums and has sold more than 100,000 CDs, starting with his 2000 debut CD, "Lounge Against The Machine." The hardest working Dick in show business has played sellout shows around the world, from New York to New Orleans, from Las Vegas to London, from Hollywood to Honolulu. He's made appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live, CNN, MTV, Fox News Channel, and NBC's Last Call with Carson Daly as the house band. With his swanky jazz trio, his tiger-striped tuxedo, and his enormous microphone, Richard Cheese presents the perfect mix of music, martini, and madcap!

Excerpt from AllMusicGuide.com album review by Alex Henderson

...Richard Cheese has a good laugh at the expense of lounge music on Lounge Against the Machine. But this goofy CD doesn't butcher Tony Bennett or Frank Sinatra; instead Cheese turns his attention to mostly alternative rock hits of the '90s. In Cheese's hands, everything from Nirvana's "Rape Me," Garbage's "Only Happy When It Rains," and Radiohead's "Creep" to Rage Against the Machine's "Guerilla Radio" and Limp Bizkit's "Nookie" gets a lounge makeover. The songs' angst-ridden lyrics and Cheese's frivolous, Vegas-minded arrangements make for odd, ironic contrasts, and that's exactly what the singer is going for. In addition to lampooning lounge music, Cheese is laughing at the abundance of angst that one hears in a lot of alternative rock...

Lounge Against The Machine

Track Listing:

    • Nookie/Break Stuff  (originally by Limp Bizkit)
    • Guerilla Radio  (originally by Rage Against The Machine)
    • Come Out And Play<  (originally by Offspring)
    • Closer  (originally by Nine Inch Nails)
    • Wrong Way  (originally by Sublime)
    • Bullet The Blue Sky  (originally by U2)
    • Creep  (originally by Radiohead)
    • Last Resort  (originally by Papa Roach)
    • Rape Me  (originally by Nirvana)
    • What's My Age Again  (originally by Blink 182)
    • Smack My Bitch Up  (originally by Prodigy)
    • Fight For Your Right  (originally by Beastie Boys)
    • Only Happy When It Rains  (originally by Garbage)
    • Suck My Kiss  (originally by Red Hot Chili Peppers)
    • Holiday In Cambodia  (originally by Dead Kennedys)
    • The Rockafeller Skank  (originally by Fat Boy Slim)

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Bud E Luv – Diary Of A Loungeman

The Loungeman cometh, bringing you his salute to those whacky Osbournes. Bud E. Luv, the "Wizard of Lounge" has conjured up swingin’, toe tappin' renditions of Ozzy’s greatest hits. Pulled from some of the earliest Black Sabbath albums up through the most current of Ozzy’s solo releases, Bud E. Luv has worked his "lounge magic" (AKA loungemosis) on the original Prince of Darkness’ tunes that will have the juke joints jumpin’ and have you barking at the moon.

The Fabulous Bud E. Luv, the king of swing, the father of folk, the daddy of disco, the man who put the boss in bossa nova is a very real California entertainer who originally hails from Boston, MA. Bud E. has been gracing stages with his finger snappin' tunes for over 30 years. With tongue firmly in cheek, Mr. Luv delivers to you swingin’ versions of tunes originally made famous by that loveable madman Ozzy Osbourne, who we’ve all come to know and love.


  • Iron Man
  • No More Tears
  • Crazy Train
  • Goodbye to Romance
  • Paranoid
  • Mr. Crowley
  • Mama I'm Coming Home
  • Bark At The Moon
  • Sweet Leaf
  • Shot In The Dark
  • Gets Me Through
  • Flying High Again
  • Over The Mountain
  • War Pigs
  • Suicide Solution

Red Peters – Singles, Ringtones, and Podcast


Red Peters - When I Jerk Off - Single


Red Peters - I Can't Say These Things (Unbleeped Version) - Single


Ballad Of A Dog Named Stains

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Holy S, It's Christmas!

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How's Your Whole... Family?

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I Wanna Polka Polka

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Pullin' It All Night Long

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Take It Out At The Ballgame

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The Closing Song

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The Ten Second National Anthem

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You Ain't Getting S For Xmas

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You Promised The Moon

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The Red Peters Song Snatch


Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling Comedy Albums

A longtime fixture of radio's Howard Stern Show, comedian Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling was born and raised on Long Island, NY. He earned a degree in mechanical engineering from Michigan State University in 1971.

While touring as a national headliner, Martling released three comedy LP's, 1979's "What Did You Expect?," 1980's "Goin' Ape!," and 1981's "Normal People Are People You Don't Know That Well" (all digitally reissued from Oglio Records). He blindly sent the three LP's to Howard Stern upon Howard's arrival at WNBC-AM in New York City in 1982, and Howard called him to make a guest appearance on his radio show. in 1986, Jackie became a full-time cast member and the head writer of Stern's show.

Jackie left the show in 2001 after fifteen-year run as head writer of the radio show, four television series, and three Pay-Per-Views. He's released five dirty joke CD's, three videos, five joke books, two kids only titles, an iPhone app, JokeMaster audio gadgets and has appeared in the comedy documentary, "The Aristocrats," as well as over a dozen other independent films. He has owned and operated a dirty joke line for the last 27 years, (516) 922-WINE, and he wrote the joke page for Penthouse magazine for 17 years.

He still works all around the country, performing his solo act of rapid-fire filthy jokes and the classic finale, "Stump The Joke Man," and is currently doing his own radio show on Sirius XM Satellite Radio Howard 101, "Jackie's Joke Hunt".

His new release 'snart', available as a compact disc/DVD combo, is available now.

Come Again?

In 1989-90, I hosted "The Rascals Comedy Hour." I culled the very best of my opening monologues to create another Oglio CD. The "Stump The Joke Man" footage was taped direcly following the TV tapings.

The crowds were always great, all fired up to be on television. I needed a new ten minutes every week for a year, so I went through plenty joke. Each monologue started somewhat clean and slowly or quickly got a bit or a ton fouler. It was great fun every time, and you can hear & feel it when you listen.

You can hear lots of bands from my five Oglio CD's on "Raw Dog 104" on Jackie's Joke Hunt, my show on "Howard 101," both found on Sirius-XM satellite radio.

This isn't a "Best Of Jackie" CD. It's a CD of jokes not found on any of my other CD's, the "Best Of" a year of television monologues. There are no repeated jokes on any of my six CD's (with a few very minor exceptions that slipped though the green fog).

- Jackie Martling

"Come Again?," is a collection of the very best of The Joke Man's six Original Red Hot, Wild, and Mild Talking Joke Book Cassettes. It includes Jackies song, FOOLS GOLD as it was re-recorded for the soundtrack of the Palisades Pictures film "Rules For Men" (in which you can also see JM as low-life lawyer, Larry Lawton.)

Come Again? The Very Best of the Original Talking Joke Book Cassettes


  • Lids & Lads
  • Ghosts & Gunk
  • Guzzlers & Gringos
  • Dopes & Danglers
  • Bags & Beasts
  • Jilters & Jerkers
  • Squawkers & Salamis
  • Superiors & Stuffers
  • Potions & Preachers
  • Sewers & Swiggers
  • Pissers & Parkers
  • Sippers & Soakers
  • Mobsters & Monarchs
  • Fools & The Faithful
  • Callers & Coaxers
  • Bunnies & Blockers
  • Smilers & Swatters
  • Wankers & Wipers
  • Cheaters & Chompers
  • Shoppers & Sisters
  • Fools Gold
  • February 17, 2011
  • By Mr Oglio
  • Comments Off on Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling – The Joke Man
  • in Catalog Comedy, Oglio Comedy

Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling – The Joke Man


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The Joke Man was recorded on a very funny Thursday night in 1993 at The Funny Bone on South Street in Philadelphia. The taping went so well that I had to stay out and celebrate.

I didn't get back to my hotel room until 3:30 a.m., and made the operator laugh when I asked for a wake-up call for 3:45 a.m.

The phone rang, I got up and made my way to New York City, and got to my seat on The Howard Stern Show at 5:50 a.m., just in time for the 6 a.m. show.
My favorite places on the CD are when I worked my way into "I used to date a midget" & the classic closer, one of the "oldest, stupidest, most childish, and funniest jokes I ever heard."

I'll be explaining them in detail & talking about other fun stuff about my first Oglio CD The Joke Man on my blog with Red Peters.

- Jacke Martling



    • Chubby and Chan
    • Parrots and Peroxide
    • Grammies and Goobers
    • Mammals and Morons
    • Taxis and O'Tooles
    • Chimps and Chugs
    • Mismatches and Memories
    • Fingers and Floors
    • Boats and Bowels
    • Furry Facefuls and The Frugal
    • Freaks and Families
    • Plungers and Poets
    • Smallcox and Sphincters
    • Bushes and Brides
    • Marriage Jokes and Other True Stories
    • Potency and Pigs
    • Craters and Crappers

Holes, Holes, Holes
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Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling – Sgt Pecker


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My second CD, Sgt. Pecker, was recorded in 1995 at "Chuckles," in Mineola, one of the three original Long Island comedy clubs.

Growing out of Long Island's first actual comedy show, produced by me & Richie Minervini at "Cinnamon," a restaurant in Huntington, in 1979, were Richie Minervini's "The East Side Comedy Club," Jackie Martling's "Governor's Comedy Shop," and Jim Myers "Chuckles." On stage at Chuckles I ad-libbed a lot of the lines that are still with me every show.

I love the very end. The CD closes with a classic motorcycle joke that I had repaired many years earlier. I'll explain that and ramble on a lot more about my second Oglio CD Sgt. Pecker on my blogalicious with Red Peters.

After a few days of telemarketing this CD, selling lots because as part of my radio deal Howard Stern said the number twice a day to millions of listeners, West Telemarketing called and told us they were dropping the product because their little old ladies in Omaha who answered the phones refused to say "pecker." I swear.

I announced on the air the next day that it was the last day the CD would be available by phone, and we sold 20,000. Far & away our best sales day ever. Quintessential good new, bad news.

- Jackie Martling

Sgt. Pecker


  • Meatballs and Monkeys
  • Caninnes and Crayons
  • Rags and Racers
  • Habits and Heroes
  • Myths and Moms
  • Trips and Traps
  • Pigs and Pee
  • Herds and Hookers
  • Lovers and Utters
  • Diapers and Diggers
  • Stoppers and Stingers
  • Fowls and Fatsos
  • Digits and Dweebs
  • Dinosaurs and Daddies

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Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling – Hot Dogs & Donuts


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Carl Oglio is a huge Howard Stern Show fan, and in 1996 he asked me to record a CD for his Oglio Records. I'm still smiling about turning him down. I mean, saying yes, I'd love to.

Since the girls wouldn't say "Sgt. Pecker," I told the crowds at the tapings for the next CD that I decided to make it a bit more cryptic and call the next one "Hot Dogs & Donuts," figuring if somebody made something sexual of it that it was as much them as it was me.

Nancy Sirianni, my production partner & wife, came up with the photo ideas and spelling out the name with hot dogs & donuts.

I recorded "Hot Dogs & Donuts" at "The Comedy Palace" in Andover, Massachusetts. Yes, it was in Andover. No, it wasn't a palace. I had second billing, under "Prime Rib" on the rolling sign that graced the front of the restaurant, where you could read it from I-93 North of Boston.

Ron Sava's club had three different-sized rooms that were always booked, and the place always had the kind of buzz that I could only always count on in a few places. One of the others was "Rascals" in West Orange, where they taped the "Stump The Joke Man" footage that's on the DVD we included with snart.

I had edited almost the entire "Hot Dogs & Donuts" CD when I performed at "The Comedy Palace" again. From listening for hours and hours as I edited, the jokes were even more deeply & perfectly engrained in my little head, so I blasted away at those crowds like never before. The tapes from that weekend pushed the older tapes off the shelf and I started editing again. But that editing was minimal. The finished product is pretty funny.

This CD is a healthy leap dirtier than the first two CD's. Not by design, it just is.
I guarantee that more than a few of the blogs I'm doing with Red Peters will be devoted to Tales From The Palace.

- Jackie Martling



  • Poops & Probes
  • Jammers & Geniuses
  • Smooches & Stammers
  • Munchers & Mares
  • Nips & Necklaces
  • Odors & Officers
  • Eaters & Errors
  • Contemplators & Calculators
  • Astainers & Architects
  • Condiments & Compliments
  • Barf & Breadwinners
  • Humpers & Holders
  • Clammers & Chubbies
  • Turds & Trims
  • Chasers & Cruisers
  • Pullers & Puppets
  • Gamblers & Grunters
  • Pooches & Perverts
  • Semen & Showmen
  • Gigolos & Gourmets
  • Pharmacists & Fishes
  • Polin' The Colon
  • Squirters & Soilers
  • Siblings & Surprises
  • Leches & Lures
  • Tears & Trades

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