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    This one is for all ye ol Wood Worker

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    What a great old song. I remember my grand parents listening to that one on the radio when I was a little kid. Love the guy singing the bass.
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    Great old song
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    Good old song,
    First time I heard it I kicked the slats out of my cradle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Hans View Post
    Good old song,
    First time I heard it I kicked the slats out of my cradle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Caughron View Post
    What a great old song. I remember my grand parents listening to that one on the radio when I was a little kid. Love the guy singing the bass.
    Here is the comment on the Youtube site regarding the bass voice.

    The bass voice on this record is Thurl Ravenscroft, famous as the voice of Tony the Tiger and for his singing of "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch" from the Christmas classic. He would reprise this with Rosemay Clooney in her hit recording of the song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian McMillan View Post
    Here is the comment on the Youtube site regarding the bass voice.

    The bass voice on this record is Thurl Ravenscroft, famous as the voice of Tony the Tiger and for his singing of "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch" from the Christmas classic. He would reprise this with Rosemay Clooney in her hit recording of the song.
    That is cool info thanks Brian
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