8 thoughts on “ Bedrock Rap - (Meet) The Flintstones ”

  1. Schleprock (also known as "Bad Luck" Schleprock) is one of the main characters of The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show, a spin-off of the original series, The Flintstones. A friend of Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm, Schleprock is a perpetually gloomy and depressed teenager. He is known for having exceptionally bad luck, so much so that his mere presence causes bad things to happen, but any trouble caused by.
  2. Jul 07,  · “Bruce Springstone: Live at Bedrock” was released in September ‘82 by Clean Cuts Records. The A-side features “Bedrock Rap/Meet the Flintstones,” a parody of Springsteen singing the Flintstones theme; the B-side is a Springsteenesque arrangement of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame.”.
  3. The A-side features "Bedrock Rap/Meet the Flintstones," () a parody of Springsteen singing the Flintstones theme; the B-side is a Springsteenesque arrangement of "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" () which is included on the CD collection Baseball's Greatest Hits. The record sold 35, copies and received airplay on rock and college radio.
  4. “ Bruce Springstone: Live at Bedrock ” was released in September ‘82 by Clean Cuts Records. The A-side features “Bedrock Rap/Meet the Flintstones,” a parody of Springsteen singing the Flintstones theme; the B-side is a Springsteenesque arrangement of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame.”.
  5. Bedrock Rap / Meet The Flintstones: Credits Producer – Jack Heyrman; Notes UK release of Bruce Springstone - Live At Bedrock with the sides switched. Barcode and Other Identifiers Matrix / Runout: YUM A 1 TIUMTOM CDS(?) MPO; Matrix / Runout: YUM B 1 YABBER BAPPER DOO!.
  6. Bedrock Rap / Meet The Flintstones Written-By – Craig Hankin, Hoyt Curtin, Joseph Barbera, Tom Chalkley, William Hanna: B: Take Me Out To The Ball Game Written-By .
  7. The Arizona hometown of the Flintstones will enjoy one last summer as a rock star. Bedrock City, a cherished roadside attraction in northern Arizona, will remain in its original Stone Age state so.
  8. Apr 27,  · I took the inch single home and listened to the first song on side one, “Bedrock Rap/Meet the Flintstones.” It was definitely in the spirit of Bruce Springsteen. It had a chatty introduction like the ones I had heard on the bootlegs. And there was the saxophone playing a big part just like it was Clarence Clemons.

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