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 Post subject: Bing Crosby's ROBINS AND ROSES Parody
PostPosted: Mon Dec 04, 2017 7:32 pm 
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Has anybody heard this version of Bing Crosby's ROBINS AND ROSES?

http://pdx78s.cdbpdx.com/GME/ROBINS-AND-ROSES-2_Bing-Crosby_-_-_3rd.mp3

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 Post subject: Re: Bing Crosby's ROBINS AND ROSES like you've never heard
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Not I, sir. :o


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 Post subject: Re: Bing Crosby's ROBINS AND ROSES like you've never heard
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This was on a disc with a plain white label with typed ROBINS AND ROSES text, pasted over a PRESTO home recording label. The flip side was Bing Crosby's SERENADE IN BLUE where he flubs the end of the tune. Again, with a plain white label over a PRESTO label with typed SERENADE IN BLUE text.
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 Post subject: Re: Bing Crosby's ROBINS AND ROSES Parody
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Haven't been able to find any info for this recording. Sounds like the same band that recorded both the issued version and this version. I suspect they were just screwing around after they recorded the issued song...??

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