Monday, December 10, 2012

Frank Gallop - Would You Believe - - Frank Gallop Sings LP

Okay third day and we are going to have some music by Frank Gallop who was born in 1900 in Boston, MA.

Frank Gallop is probably most well known for his song "The Ballad of Irving," which was played on Dr. Dementos show for many a year.

This Album does not feature that song, but it does have the sequel of the song "The Son of Irving," which is pretty funny, maybe not as good as the first song but still pretty good.

Other great songs are "Pittsburgh Penthouse," "The Man I Love," and "Cigarettes, Whiskey & Wild Wild Women," a song I swear that Benny Hill did.

The other songs on this are okay, but not really funny or anything special. Covers of "Impossible Dream," and the song "What a Man," are just boring to me.

Released on Musicor in 1966.

Enjoy,

Brian Guy

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