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Worst!
  • Artist: Josh Alan
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 799315500120
  • Item #: CDBY550012
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 10/31/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Worst! on CD

The Worst! Was a Broadway-style musical released on CD in 1994, before Tim Burton's film, Ed Wood. Reprinted from Music City Texas, April 1995: 'Though he's been living in Dallas for some time, and thrown a lock on Best Acoustic Act in the Dallas Observer poll, the slide guitar virtuoso was, in a previous incarnation, Josh Alan Friedman, author of three books, one tellingly entitled Tales of Times Square. . . Of all the albums I've received and reviewed, this, the soundtrack to a musical based on the life and career of Ed Wood, the worst director of all time, immortal creator of such legendary trash as Plan 9 From Outer Space, Jail Bait and Glen or Glenda is the only one that can truly be called epic. Based round Wood himself, Bela Lugosi, Vampira, Tor Johnson, sundry starlets and strippers and, most significantly, Dreckula, the Jayne Mansfield lookalike Goddess of Crap, who haunts Wood's typewriter, it features Dallas gypsy jazz group Cafe Noir, [Sara Hickman, Phoebe Legere], and a whole slew of others. With music and libretto that draw on the acidic tradition of Rodgers & Hart and Brecht & Weill, the highlight showstopper is the finale title sequence, following Lugosi's death midway through the filming of Plan 9, which includes Danse of the Flying Hubcaps, Cardboard Graveyard Waltz and Wood's actors (for want of a better word), singing 'The worst is yet to come.' Authorized by Wood's estate, this tour de force is a must for aficionados off the Shakespeare of schlock. . .'