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About The Piltdown Men
The Piltdown Men were a rock'n'roll instrumental group from Hollywood, California, featuring two lead saxophones. They were the brainchild of Ed Cobb and pianist Lincoln Mayorga, and their records were issued on the Capitol label. They were most successful in Britain, where their hits were, beginning in 1960, "Macdonald's Cave" (based on "Old McDonald Had a Farm"), "Piltdown Rides Again" (based on Rossini's "William Tell Overture")..