The Wozard of Iz is an electronic album written by Jacques Wilson with music composed and performed by Mort Garson. It parodies the movie The Wizard of Oz (1939), setting the characters in a stereotypical 1960s hippie mindset. Throughout the story, the main character, Dorothy, seeks out "where it's at".
The corrupted title appeared in print as early as August 18, 1907, in The Grand Rapids Herald, in an unsigned article titled "How the Wizard of Oz Spends His Vacation," which discussed the vacation homes and practices of author L. Frank Baum. Baum claimed that yokels would occasionally recognize him as the author of the novel, corrupting the title as they went.