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RAD Songs


Rick A Duncan (RAD) was influenced by CSNY, The Who, The Beatles, Mozart & Beethoven. But - and this is strictly my own opinion - somewhere along the line he got severely corrupted by the likes of Tom Lehrer , Alan Sherman , and most certainly PDQ Bach. As talent & perseverance would have it, he has actually been very successful in that Universe, having often shared a stage with those very artists on the Dr Demento radio program, among others. I personally found the classical influenced sections on RAD Compositions very interesting and surprisingly polished, but the traditional RAD humor that he has built his career on is represented mightily in the 25 selections here on RAD Songs. Enjoy! - Clancy     September, 2006

Big Ass


Song by Rick Duncan

Song performed by Rick Duncan

Engineering by Rick Duncan.

Big Ass


A new favorite to play live. Women love the punch line.

The Bulge


Song by Rick Duncan

Song performed by Rick Duncan

Engineering by Rick Duncan.

The Bulge


Another one like the other one. Someone came up to me and said "You don�t have a very high opinion about women, do you?" Hey lady, I write from various points of view, not all of them my own! I have a very high opinion of women. Boy, was that broad stupid.

Accountability


Song by Rick Duncan

Song performed by Rick Duncan,

Engineering by Rick Duncan.

Accountability


The ultimate American work ethic song.

Ashtray


Song by Rick Duncan

Song performed by Rick Duncan.

Engineering by Rick Duncan.

Ashtray


Every once in a while, I think I can actually rock.

Beat the Meter


Song by Rick Duncan

Song performed by Rick Duncan, with Dave Chrenko

Engineering by Rick Duncan.

Beat the Meter


Mari and I both had at the saxophone for this.

Dizzy


Song by Tommy Roe and Freddy Weller

Song covered, performed and arranged by Rick Duncan.

Engineering by Rick Duncan.

Dizzy


(July, 2015) I don`t know if I sent you this..Odd song, changes keys in the first 2 lines....I added more to be funny.

Crimson and Clover


Song by Tommy James and drummer Peter Lucia Jr

Song performed by Rick Duncan.

Engineering by Rick Duncan.

Crimson and Clover


(July 22, 2015) Done this morning, to prove to myself I still can. I couldn't get the damn thing out of my head and I read up on it at Songfacts.com ... very interesting about that song...I did that in 6 hours.