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Road Mangler Deluxe Kaufman, Phil.
White-Boucke Publishing, PO Box 400, Lafayette, CO 80026.
ISBN: 0-9625006-5-8
Pages: Unknown
Language: English Category: Add

Road Mangler Deluxe Kaufman, Phil.
White-Boucke Publishing, PO Box 400, Lafayette, CO 80026.
ISBN: 1-888580-08-9
Pages: 385
Language: English Category: Add
second edition


From: (Brad Aumick)
 I got this out of the book "Road Mangler Deluxe", by Phil Kaufman (Franks road manager in 1979), pages 159-160:

  We got stuck in a bus on the way to a huge concert (125,000 people) in Saarbrucken, Germany. We were playing with Joan Baez, Ten Years After, The Tubes and others. I said to Frank, 'We got to get there two to three hours early because it's a small town. " He said, "Oh, fuck that. " So the tour bus got stuck in traffic. We were going through the traffic and I had my Wild Turkey sandwich. I was sitting in the back and having a little drink. I went into the toilet which was located in the middle of the bus. Halfway through my piss, I jokingly started screaming and everybody was looking at me. I cried, "Frank, why does it hurt when I pee?" and everybody laughed. By the time we had gotten through the crowd to the venue, he had written a song called "Why Does It Hurt When I Pee?" scored all the parts, given it out to all the guys in the band and made them play it that day. Needless to say, the band told me to shut my fucking mouth in the future. The song is on an album called "Joe's Garage" and if you see that album, you'll find a credit on the back which reads, "Special thanks to Phil Kaufman for asking the eternal question: Why does it hurt when I pee?"

From: Laurie Boucke <"">

 The second edition of Road Mangler Deluxe 1-888580-089 is now available (first edition is sold out and no longer in print). The price is $16.50.

 The Mangler is back--funnier and more outrageous than ever! The second edition contains updates from the years 1993-1998, with two new chapters "Gram (Parsons) Revisited" and "The Cancer and the Concert" (the Concert for Manglerdesh). New celebrity interviews on the Mangler include commentary by Steve Earle, Eddie Tickner, Don Everly, Glen D Hardin and Pinto Bennett. click on "books" then "music"

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