The cast includes Pete Seeger, Andy Partridge, Ralph Steadman, Half Japanese, the Residents, and Neil Innes and his kid singing "Cum On Feel the Noyze". Steadman sings a John Donne poem outside in the rain while playing some kind of dilapidated pump organ. It's one of the few records I can without hyperbole call unique.
My favorite track is from jazzman and bon vivant George Melly, who performs a Kurt Schwitters dada poem. He claims that reciting this poem to some muggers once saved his life. It's not hard to hear why:
George Melly - Sounds That Saved My Life (mp3, 1.2M, 58 seconds).
It was a pain to get this. The CD version of the record has the tracks grouped five or six per CD track, and I had to use Amadeus II to perform some rough 'n' ready sound surgery and then reencode it. Good thing it's just Yelled Vocal Quality.