Nixnutz

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Tom & Jerry meet Tico & the Triumphs

Side A
Artist Song Buy
tom & jerry  hey schoolgirl   buy on itunes
  dancin' wild  buy on itunes
true taylor  true or false  buy on itunes
  teenage fool  buy on itunes
tom & jerry  our song  buy on itunes
  two teenagers  buy on itunes
  that's my story  buy on itunes
  don't say goodbye  buy on itunes
  baby talk  buy on itunes
  i'm lonesome  buy on itunes
  looking at you  buy on itunes
jerry landis  anna belle  buy on itunes
  loneliness  buy on itunes
paul simon demo  up and down the stairs  buy on itunes
jerry landis  just a boy  buy on itunes
  i'd like to be (the lipstick on your lips?)  buy on itunes
paul simon demos  back seat driver  buy on itunes
  wow cha cha cha  buy on itunes
  that forever kind of love  buy on itunes
  a charmed life  buy on itunes
Side B
ArtistSongBuy
paul simon demos  sleepy sleepy baby  buy on itunes
  lighthouse point  buy on itunes
tico & the triumphs  motorcycle  buy on itunes
  i don't believe them  buy on itunes
tom & jerry  surrender please surrender  buy on itunes
  fighting mad  buy on itunes
tico & the triumphs  express train   buy on itunes
  wildflower  buy on itunes
  get up and do the wobble  buy on itunes
  cry little boy cry  buy on itunes
  lone teen ranger  buy on itunes
  lisa  buy on itunes
  cards of love  buy on itunes
  noise  buy on itunes
paul simon demo  dreams can come true  buy on itunes
artie garr?  forgive me  buy on itunes
  private world  buy on itunes
paul simon demos  forever and after  buy on itunes
  aeroplane of silver steel  buy on itunes
  bingo (with art)  buy on itunes

Comment:

Tom & Jerry is Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel. Tico & the Triumphs is Paul Simon with some other people, maybe including Garfunkel. Jerry Landis and True Taylor are Paul Simon, and Artie Garr is Art Garfunkel. These are arranged in chronological order, from '58 to '64, with some confusion. This stuff is great, kinda like Jonathan Richman in the early sixties. Tape is from Feb. 97.
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