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Bob Peck - Songs That Never Made The Hymnal flac album

Bob Peck - Songs That Never Made The Hymnal flac album
Songs That Never Made The Hymnal
Novelty, Vocal
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1534 mb
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Album Title: Songs That Never Made The Hymnal. Category: Pop. Label: Jubilee ‎– JGM 2025 Type: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Mono Country: US Date of released: 1959 Category: Pop Style: Novelty, Vocal, Parody.

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A1 Homo The Range
A2 Kind Old Dr. Brown
A3 The Vanishing American
A4 A New Slant On Life
B1 The Book Song
B2 The Ordinary Fly
B3 Women And Pianos
B4 The Perspiration Polka


  • Cover, Photography – Burt Goldblatt
  • Songwriter – Bob Peck


Jubilee also issued a 12" LP by Bob Peck in 1959 with the same title, however, that release has different jacket art, plus 14 tracks with no overlap with this 10" LP. In other words, that 12" version is a totally different set with only the album title in common.