WOOFERS AND TWEETER ENSEMBLE

MUSIC ARTISTS / OUTFITS - AUSTRALIA


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Woofers and Tweeters Ensemble

DESCRIPTION: Woofers and Tweeters Ensemble is an Australian music parody project created by Gene Pierson (producer) and Roy Nicolson (engineer) and involved a number of anonymous German session musicians. The project performed Beatles songs with the vocal parts performed by animals (mainly dogs with some cats and chickens).

ACTIVITY STATUS: Defunct

ACTIVITY PERIOD: 1980's

MUSIC GENRE: Pop, Parody

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: AUSTRALIA

RECORD COMPANIES / LABELS (Current & Past): Golden Editions, Demtel

WIKIPEDIA PAGE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beatle_Barkers


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