There are so many porn parodies that part 2 will HAVE to be made! Here's a bunch of Porn Parody Trailers + some longer excerpts toward the end. Yes, you're welcome.
Playlist: This Ain't Saved By The Bell XXX Simpsons -- The XXX Parody This Ain't The Smurfs - XXX Parody NOT THE BRADYS XXX OMG... It's THE NANNY XXX PARODY Star Trek TNG - A XXX Parody STAR WARS XXX: A PORN PARODY This Ain't Happy Days XXX #2: Fonzie Loves Pinky Breaking Bad XXX This Ain't Cops XXX Super Mario (XXX Parody) Wonder Woman XXX Iron Man XXX : An Extreme Comixxx Parody Flintstones A XXX Parody Scooby Doo XXX The Avengers XXX - Behind the Scenes Bonan the Barbarian beginning
Fanny-"Special Care" Cover of Stephen Stills's "Special Care" from the album "Charity Ball," live on the BBC's The Old Grey Whistle Test. Fanny was an American all-female band active in the early 1970s. They were one of the first notable rock groups to be made up entirely of women, the third to sign with a major label (after Goldie & the Gingerbreads and The Pleasure Seekers), and the first to release an album on a major label. They achieved two top 40 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 and released five albums.
One of the most important female bands in American rock has been buried without a trace. And that is Fanny. They were one of the finest... rock bands of their time, in about 1973. They were extraordinary... they're as important as anybody else who's ever been, ever; it just wasn't their time. Revivify Fanny. And I will feel that my work is done. — David Bowie
The Ace of Cups-"Simplicity" The Ace of Cups was an American psychedelic -folk-rock band formed in San Francisco in 1967. They have been described as one of the first all-female rock bands. The band was named the Ace of Cups by their manager, astrologer Ambrose Hollingworth, after the Ace of Cups tarot card, which shows a cup with five streams of water. He told the women that the streams represented the five of them, and that they should "go with the flow" to see where the music would take them.The members of the Ace of Cups were Mary Gannon (bass), Marla Hunt (organ, piano), Denise Kaufman (guitar, harmonica), Mary Ellen Simpson (lead guitar), and Diane Vitalich (drums). Lead vocals were sung by all members of the band except Vitalich, and all five sang backup. The songwriting, too, was divided among the band members.
Jefferson Airplane-"Eskimo Blue Day" (1970) Jefferson Airplane was a psychedelic rock group formed in San Francisco. It was the first of several Bay Area psychedelic groups of the 1960s to become internationally known. The band was founded by singer Marty Balin and guitarist Paul Kantner in 1965. With the addition of Signe Anderson, their male-female singing style showed their folk music roots plus Balin's love of R&B singing styles. In fact their dual lead vocals were a hallmark of their sound throughout the Airplane's career, as confirmed (to international acclaim) after Grace Slick replaced Signe Anderson as the female singer. The other members of the band were guitarist Jorma Kaukonen, bassist Jack Casady and drummer Alexander "Skip" Spence.
After the release of their first studio album, Takes Off (only released in the USA), Anderson and Spence left the band. They were replaced by Grace Slick and Spencer Dryden, respectively. Grace Slick brought with her an amazing voice, attitude and two songs from her former band The Great Society. Both songs, "Somebody To Love" and "White Rabbit," received much airplay and helped make the band's second album Surrealistic Pillow a big seller, and also to pretty much define San Francisco's "Summer of Love" zeitgeist, just as the psychedelic era was coming into full bloom.
Sweetwater-"Motherless Child" (1969) Sweetwater was a rock band originally from Los Angeles. They were the act scheduled to play first at the Woodstock Festival in 1969, although due to problems within the band, solo folksinger Richie Havens became the first performer. Sweetwater performed next, becoming the first band to play the festival. Sweetwater were early developers of the psychedelic rock/fusion style that was popularized by Jefferson Airplane to be regarded as the archetype "60s Sound". In 1968-69, the band often toured with The Doors. They were also one of the opening acts for Eric Burdon & The Animals in 1968. One of their best-known recordings is a version of the traditional folk song "Motherless Child". The original members of the band were Nancy Nevins (lead vocals/guitar), August Burns (cello), Albert Moore (flute/backing vocals), Alan Malarowitz (drums), Elpidio Cobian (conga drums), Alex Del Zoppo (keyboards) and Fred Herrera (bass). Three days after Sweetwater performed on The Red Skelton Show (December 1969), singer Nancy "Nansi" Nevins was severely injured in a car accident, which stopped the progress of the band. Due to the accident, Nancy experienced brain damage for a number of years following the collision, and permanent damage to one of her vocal cords. The group reunited for Woodstock '94 in 1994 with three original members - Nevins, Herrera and Del Zoppo. August Burns died in the 80s, Alan Malarowitz was killed in a car crash near 1981, Albert Moore died of pneumonia in 1994. Elpedio Cobian works as a film statist. In 1999, the story of the band was depicted in a VH1 TV-movie called Sweetwater: A True Rock Story. Amy Jo Johnson portrayed Nancy Nevins, while Michelle Phillips portrayed a much older Nancy.
Curved Air - Back Street Luv (1971)
Curved Air is a pioneering British progressive rock group formed in 1970 by musicians from mixed artistic backgrounds, including classical, folk, and electronic sound. The resulting sound of the band was a mixture of progressive rock, folk rock, and fusion with classical elements. Along with High Tide and East of Eden, Curved Air were one of the first rock bands after It's a Beautiful Day and The United States of America to feature a violin. Considered (according to AllMusic) "one of the most dramatically accomplished of all the bands lumped into Britain's late-'60s prog explosion," Curved Air released eight studio albums (the first three of which broke the UK Top 20) and had a hit single with "Back Street Luv" (1971) which reached number 4 in the UK Singles Chart.
THE MONGRELETTES - "Take It Easy" Live In Athens [10-02-2012]
The Mongrelettes consist of 4 sweet girls (Marika Ye Ye, Marilou Fuzz, Calamity Penny, Silver Bruise) and one cool boy, Tito Mongrel. They are based in Athens-GR, active since 09. Their sound and compositions are mostly influenced by 60s punk-psych, Greek and French 60s pop and other revivals of garage/psych sounds. They have played along great bands in the garage/psych genre, both local and international. Their 1st 7'' EP vinyl was released from Greek FuzzOverdose records.A proper garage-pop sound with the obligatory moody moments, graced by delicious female vocals, drenched in farfisa andfuzz; while the subject matter moves along the time-honored lines of the genre. Enjoy the farfisa orgy that is "Take It Easy"
"The 'Hello News' package produced by Gari Communications, sold to various TV markets, nationwide. The jingle vocalist is the magnificent Florence Warner!"
Florence Warner (born March 22, 1947 in Atlanta, Georgia) is an American singer who has worked mainly in recordings of TV commercials, including the "Hello News" image campaign from Gari Communications.
Warner appeared on several recordings of the 70s and early 80s, including a duet with Demis Roussos on his cover of Air Supply's "Lost in Love" (from the 1980 album, Man of the World). Her recording of the song "Pirate" was selected by Philips for inclusion on the demonstration disc (810 027-2) that came with the first compact disc players, such as the Philips model CD200. In 1984, she sang on the ABC network campaign, "We're With You on ABC" (a campaign using character actors playing the roles of people watching ABC shows throughout the day).
Christian Storm from VICE pretty much sums this up perfectly:
"Earlier this week, a video called "Dirty Girls" went viral on YouTube—and not for the reasons you'd expect, given the title. The documentary video, originally shot in 1996 by filmmaker (and then high school senior) Michael Lucid, was released in 2000 and chronicles a group of outcasts, refered to by their tormentors as the "Dirty Girls," who pride themselves on riot grrrl ethos, being different, and just not giving a fuck. The video focuses on the two leaders of the Dirty Girls, sisters Amber and Harper, who speak clearly and eloquently (as eloquently as an eighth grader can be expected to) about their convictions, while girls in sunglasses and jean jackets talk smack about them behind their backs. Not only is the documentary a perfect time capsule for people who went to high school in the 90s, it also perfectly captures two strong, independent young people speaking their minds and doing their own thing."