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Slinging tuneage like some fried or otherwise soused short-order cook

28 August 2015

B is for Bytes & Bits & Banana Splits



The Banana Splits – We’re the Banana Splits, Decca DL75075, 1968.
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Side One –
We’re the Banana Splits
I’m Gonna Find a Cave
This Spot
Doin’ the Banana Split
Toy Piano Melody (instrumental)
Soul

Side Two –
The Tra La La Song (One Banana, Two Banana)
Wait ‘til Tomorrow
You’re the Lovin’ End
In New Orleans
Two Ton Tessie
Don’t Go Away – Go-Go Girl

Enjoy dessert,

8 comments:

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  2. Uh oh, Chango!

    -Xtm

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    1. Poor Jan M V. wishing he was back on Danger Island again. Watch out for the Skeleton Men.

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  3. Thanks to you both for commenting on one of my childish flights of fantasy...

    but on a musical note, The Banana Splits' bubblegum pop was provided by notable studio professionals, including Joey Levine ("I Enjoy Being a Boy", "It's a Good Day for a Parade"); Al Kooper ("You're the Lovin' End"); Barry White ("Doin' the Banana Split"); & Gene Pitney ("Two Ton Tessie"). Also, Jimmy Radcliffe provided the songs ("I'm Gonna Find a Cave", "Soul", "Don't Go Away - Go-Go Girl", "Adam Had 'Em" & "The Show Must Go On") though not the vocals to this Splits' recording.

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  4. I have never said so before but I feel compelled to say Thank you for this blog. One of the best.

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    1. You are most kind. Appreciate the words, helps make what I do see at least worthwhile.

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