Pinball Wizard/Folsom Prison Blues Schmoosh Up – Switcharoo

You wanted this Switcharoo, you got it! The Who and Elton John and Johnny Cash. 3 great tastes that taste great together. I even threw in a bit of Crescent City Blues as a little lagniappe. That’s the song Folsom Prison Blues was derived from. It was written by Gordon Jenkins and sung by Beverly Mahr before J. Cash picked it up and made it his very own. Can you name the other influences on this?

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14 Responses to Pinball Wizard/Folsom Prison Blues Schmoosh Up – Switcharoo

  1. MSW

    Schmooch ups make my brain hurt.
    Please cover Radiohead’s Creep. I would be yours forever.

  2. Patrick Currie

    What can I say but pure genius. I can’t get enough of you.

  3. JudyTTexas

    Love it!!! Also love your song How Great Thou Art!… Amazing voice!!!! Would love to hear you sing a studio version of it with PMJ ? … Have you considered covering Tom Jones song Delilah!! …me thinks your voice is tailor made for it!!! 🙂
    And last but not least….Christmas Album?? Quite frankly, just about anything you sing is GREAT! LOL

  4. Mind blowing, you need to get across to the UK fella

  5. Octavia Wood

    I just love this smash up! I bet if you did something like this on AGT it would blow everybody’s mind!

  6. Monte Ryan

    Puddles why didn’t you try something like this on AGT with projection or something? WOW what a whole different side to Puddles. That was a really fun video!

  7. You’re really really good Puddles! My sister found you on YouTube after my daughter found out you didn’t make it after the first night of voting on AGT. She’s 18 and loves your performances!

  8. cynthia mun

    I love this! I’ve seen your picture with Emily Jillette, and since I don’t watch much TV, I didn’t know exactly what you did… but love this.

  9. Jonathan Chisolm

    Genius! I love Puddles!!!!

  10. Barbara

    Another great switcharoo! You are awesome! Next time you are in Seattle I will be there! Counting the days, Puddles!

  11. Linda Marie

    FANTASTIC!

  12. Kopi Luwak

    “Can you name other influences?”
    When you first posted this, I was gonna say Ronnie James Dio in the way you say stuff like “hang my head and cry-yi”. Now you’ve posted Rainbow in the Dark and I know for sure, haha!

  13. Hoomi

    The title sounded crazy, but you make it work, and work beautifully.

    After listening to this, I wondered about the reverse mash-up – the lyrics to “Folsom Prison Blues,” sung to the tune of “Pinball Wizard.”

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