J&C's Dad

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The Disciplinary Interview--The Musical! (starring Debbie Harry as Tillie and Tom Jones as Mel)

Artist Song
Blondie  Europa (overture to  
Mel & Tillie  Introduction 
Tom Jones  What's New Pussycat? 
Blondie  Dreaming 
Art of Noise Starring Tom Jones  Kiss 
Debbie Harry  Surrender 
Tom Jones  She's a Lady 
Blondie  Man Overboard 
Tom Jones  It's Not Unusual 
Blondie  Contact In Red Square 
Tom Jones  Help Yourself 
Blondie  Rip Her To Shreads 
Tom Jones  Situation 
Blondie  Slow Motion 
Tom Jones  Love Me Tonight 
Debbie Harry  Backfired 
Tom Jones  The Man Who Knew Too Much 
Blondie  Just Go Away 
Debbie Harry  Under Arrest 
Tom Jones  Daughter of Darkness 
Blondie   Shayla 


The second (and probably last) in my Corporate Training Musicals series. In this one, factory foreman Mel Gottleib needs to conduct disciplinary interviews with his ne'er-do-well employee, Tillie Izzo. Given that Gottleib's musical counterpart in this mix is Tom Jones, he hits on Tillie every chance he gets. Tillie mostly rebuffs these advances, but she's got a secret: "Tillie Izzo" is actually a cover for a renowned international secret agent known only as "Shayla." Shayla operates around the world but specializes in exposing corporate corruption in middle management. Which is exactly what she does to Mel Gottleib, who was embezzling from the company. In the end, Gottleib curses "Tillie" as a "Daughter of Darkness," as he's dragged off to jail to answer for his heinous crimes.


Date: 10/6/2002
Another inspired work. Wonderful.
p the swede
Date: 10/6/2002
stupid but fun
Date: 10/6/2002
Looks like I'm not the only one who put "Daughter Of Darkness" on a mix in the past couple of weeks! (See my "She's Dawning On Me" mix in my archives...). Great concept.
Date: 10/6/2002
hilarious and very inventive.
Scott K
Date: 10/7/2002
Uh...what do they put in the water cooler where you work? Lots o' nice picks...especially like that Pussycat/Dreaming pairing. Is that you doing the "Mel & Tillie" tracks?
Date: 10/7/2002
This is just plain weird, but in a good sort of way. So what do J&C think of their dad?
Rob Conroy
Date: 10/7/2002
I second the other comments. Neat.