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Marcy Tigner - Christmas With Marcy 1965

On: Thursday, November 24, 2011

Marcy Tigner
Birth name
Wichita, Kansas, USA

Ventriloquism + evangelism = religion for dummies. Scariest is the notion that the target is innocent children, just as with kiddie-porn. Insidious or ridiculous, puppets indeed have been used to lure the too-young-to-resist into the ways of blind faith. This is not okay. Baby Lulu, Geraldine & Ricky, and Little Marcy are examples of an entirely gratuitous abuse of America's freedom of religion and from religion. Just think of the poor children!
What is Little Marcy?
a. Failed trombonist & singer Marcy Tigner
b. Evangelical, child ventriloquist act
c. Star of Word, Zondervan records & film
d. Model for a doll, hand puppet, etc.
e. All of these
A native of Wichita, Kansas, Marcy Tigner studied piano and trombone as a child, eventually making it to the Portland, Oregon Junior Symphony (there are two trombone LPs). She attended Multnomah College in Portland and the University of Oregon. An avid Christian, she determined to sing gospel and went through three voice teachers before her husband Everett suggested she exploit, rather than try to improve, her "child-like" voice. Her debut record was a hit within her church circuit, but she felt a little weird singing with her child's voice. With help from Miss America 1965 Vonda van Dyke, she developed the kiddie-ventriloquism act.

01 O Little Town of Bethlehem
02 Silent Night
03 Away in A Manger
04 Hark the Herald Angels Sing
05 I Heard The Bells on Christmas Day
06 His Name is Wonderful
07 Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
08 Suzy Snowflake
09 Silver Bells
10 White Christmas
12 It Came Upon A Midnight Clear
13 O Come All Ye Faithful

Scary Puppet Religious Children's Holiday Stuff
Cornerstone MT-113-LP
His other material on this blog is "tagged" at the bottom of this post


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