MP3 Dave Lippman - Singing CIA Agent George Shrub Live in Manhattan Kansas
Political satire purveyed by singing CIA agent George Shrub, plus a few straightforward tunes commenting on high crimes and other events of the day.
20 MP3 Songs
SPOKEN WORD: Comedy, FOLK: Political
Singing CIA Agent George Shrub has been traveling throughout his globalized domain, sharing his Point of View (the Right One) so that people won''t need their own. He employs anti-folk songs and interventionary anthems to explain (and enforce) that the business of America is none of your business, that unions are never civil, and that the proper place for himself, like Wal-Mart, is everywhere.
Dave Lippman has been trying to keep up with his shadow, Shrub, touring closely behind him. He continues to afflict the complacent, occasionally rhyming in the process. Dave has been known to take the air out of the windbags of the week, de-distort history, and rewrite the classics with parody and thrust.
Mr. Lippman is the founder of the International Federation of Investigative Songwriters, which no one has joined. He remains one of America''s foremost non-corporate comedians.
"An albino James Baldwin"
"The Dean felt that more harm than good would come from your visit."
Student, Skidmore College, New York
"That''s too controversial."
Saginaw News reporter