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The Pig Latin Song - Bob Luman - The Pig Latin Song / The Great Snow Man (Vinyl)

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  1. Gardashura
    Sep 26,  · "The Pig Latin Song," the B-side of Luman's "The Great Snowman," was also recorded by Holland's Magic Strangers in This might be the best-known Pig Latin song. Bob Luman had a some pop hits as a rocker in the early '60s (including the Top 3 hit "Let's Think About Living") and then notched a lot of country hits in the late '60s and s.
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  2. Mezirn
    Bob Luman A: The Great Snow Man B: The Pig Latin Song: Warner Bros. USA: Mar 7" 3: Bob Luman I'm Gonna Write A Song About You: Hickory USA: Jun 7" 0: Bob Luman And Sue Thompson Live Music: Vinyl Albums: 78 RPM: CD Albums.
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  3. Yokora
    rows · Bob Luman (Robert Glynn Luman, 15 April - December 27, ) was an American .
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  4. Fenrigor
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Great Snow Man / The Pig Latin Song on Discogs. Label: Warner Bros. Records - • Format: Vinyl 7 Bob Luman - The Great Snow Man / The Pig Latin Song (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(3).
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  5. Sami
    Here you get 's Why, Why, Bye Bye (Warner ) - the flip, Oh, Lonesome Me, is omitted - and 's The Great Snow Man (Warner ) which had nothing to do with a Frosty-type but rather a dude who made a habit of giving women a "snow-job." The flip, The Pig Latin Song, is left out/5(10).
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  6. Voodoojin
    This auction is for an original 45 rpm record and picture sleeve by Bob Luman with the release of "The Great Snow Man" b/w "The Pig Latin Song" on Warner Brothers Records # The record has nice vinyl gloss with a few minor light "paper" scuffs. Playback is excellent, clean sound and vocals, no detectable background noise during conttuthenokadatycusruptnaphici.xyzinfo date: Jun 06,
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  7. Narn
    That's another story for another sales note however. Jasmine's new Luman anthology concentrates on the years and features every recording that he made during that time frame. Let's Think About Luman collects the A and B-sides of 11 singles plus all the tracks from Bob's album that were not originally issued as 45s/5(4).
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