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Fidgety Feet - Bob Crosby And His Orchestra And The Bobcats (2) - Come On And Hear (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for March of the Bobcats [Living Era] - Bob Crosby on AllMusic -
  2. Jun 30,  · The Bob Cats were the band within a band, Bob Crosby's, that is. They played the same infectious music as the big band, whose lasting hit was "South Rampart Street Parade". Normally they numbered eight, but on "I Hear You Talkin'" and "Call Me A Taxi" that was reduced to four/5(3).
  3. Bob Crosby's Bobcats Abraham Ellstein / Joseph Liebowitz / Allan Small. Stumbling feat. Bob Cats / Bob Crosby / Bob Crosby & His Orchestra. Zez Confrey. Who's Sorry Now? Bert Kalmar / Harry Ruby / Ted Snyder. When My Dreamboat Comes Home feat. Bing Crosby. David Franklin / Cliff Friend. Fidgety Feet. Eddie Edwards / Nick LaRocca / Henry W.
  4. The track listing is as listed on the back of the LP jacket whereas the sequencing on the actual record is quite different. Artist is "Bob Crosby's Bobcats" on cover, "Bob Crosby And His Bobcats" on labels.
  5. Bob Crosby (August 23, , Spokane, Washington March 9, , La Jolla, California) was an American dixieland bandleader and vocalist, best known for his group Crosby and the Bob-Cats.
  6. Bob Crosby's Bobcats, an album by Bob Crosby & The Bob Cats on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  7. Jan 17,  · Bob Crosby (August 23, , Spokane, Washington March 9, , La Jolla, California) was an American dixieland bandleader and vocalist, best known for his group Crosby and the Bob-Cats. Bob.
  8. Bob Crosby one of the greats of the Big Band era captured a spot in music keeping Dixie Jazz alive and well to this very day. His voice gave comfort to a troubled nation and his all star musicians kept the field alive for decades. This Bobcats presentation is just filled with happiness. Get a copy for yourself if you can. You'll never regret it!5/5(2).

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