Five Corpulent Porpoises
Marc Volman and Howard Kaylan were - and still are, as far as I know, the brains behind The Turtles, who made some of the most sublime pop singles of the 60s (Happy Together, Elenore, etc.), and when that band broke up they joined Frank Zappa to provide vocals and humour for many of the late period Mothers albums (including most of the funniest bits on the Fillmore album). They also sang backing vocals - and thereby provided one of the key aspects - on most of T Rex's hits.
They made a number of albums on their own as Flo & Eddie (a shortened version of The Florescent Leech And Eddie, which was the name they used with Frank Zappa), but this is the only one I own. It's part live, part studio, part sexist & racist and part innoffensive, partly hilarious and partly pop, and wholly enjoyable. This album changes hands for upwards of $60 on Amazon!
Flo & Eddie - Illegal, Immoral And Fattening
01 - Illegal, Immoral And Fattening
02 - Rebecca
03 - Kama Sutra Time
04 - The Sanzini Brothers Return (including The Tibetan Memory Trick)
05 - Livin in The Jungle
06 - Cheap
07 - The Kung Fu Killer
08 - Eddie Are You Kidding (including The Pop Star Massage Unit)
09 - Let Me Make Love To You
10 - There's No Business Like Show Business