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Gary Paxton - Alley Oop Was A Two-Dab Man (Vinyl)

08.11.2019
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  1. Find Gary Paxton song information on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Alley Oop Was a Two-Dab Man. Teen Age Crush. Goin' Thru the Motions. It's So Funny I Could Cry. The Scavenger. Gary S. Paxton. Doubt. Mother in Law .
  2. Apr 01,  · Gary S. Paxton Album Title: "The astonishing, outrageous, amazing, incredible, unbelievable, different world of Gary S. Paxton" I somehow missed this album when It came out in the 's and only heard about it decades later, by which time it was rare and expensive/5(5).
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  8. Gary S.[Sanford] Paxton (born May 18, , Coffeyville, Kansas, USA – died July 16, , Branson, Missouri, USA) was an American record producer, singer/songwriter, arranger, record label founder and publisher. Paxton made it very clear that his name is Gary S. Paxton, not "Gary Paxton".
  9. "The Bug Eyed Man," "Gun Totin' Critter Called Jack," "The Lost Ranger," "Long-Hair, Unsquare Dude Called Jack," and "Alley Oop Was a Two Dab Man" (a take on Brylcream, a popular '60s men's hair dressing whose advertising hook was "a little dab a do ya") are .

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