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TRAVELING FAR AFIELD
An album of Marv Albert's musical stylings? Too much. But he's among the sports figures to make memorable pinch-singing appearances
Appeared on the 1992 song "Perfect Sense Part II" by Pink Floyd's Roger Waters, announcing a war as if it were a basketball game: "He's at periscope depth. It looks to me like he's going to attack. He fires one. Yessss!"
The New York Giants centerfielder sang backup on The Treniers' 1954 hit "Say Hey (The Willie Mays Song)," produced by Quincy Jones.
Teresa Brewer had a minor hit in 1956 with "I Love Mickey." The owner of the atonal voice that asks "Mickey who?" periodically throughout the song? The Mick himself.
The Scooter claimed not to have been aware of the sexual connotations of his contribution to Meat Loaf's "Paradise by the Dashboard Light," the 1977 epic that includes Rizzuto's double entendre--rich play-by-play of a backseat rendezvous between two amorous teenagers. Meat Loaf insists Rizzuto knew.