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Friday, 21 May 2010


Box 4425. Phoenix. Arizona

If The Easter Bunny Knew The Fun He’d Have On Xmas (A)
(Vocal – Wayne)
(Buddy Milton) (No Publisher Noted)
Rascal Boogie (A) (Vocal – Wayne & Jerry)
(S. Pease – W. Newton – J. Newton) (No Publisher Noted)

Notation on label “A Lew King Production)

Hear "Rascal Boogie"


  1. Okay, here is how I am downloading tunes. I go to browser view menu and choose "view source". I find the divshare link in source code (http://www.divshare.com/flash/playlist?myId=11435146-5d5) [do a control or command f for find and type in "divshare"]. I copy and paste link into new tab or browser window. It brings up player. I click on "share" on right. I then click on "link to mp3" on right. This brings up download link button. Bit of work but...

  2. Check it out: it's Vegas legend Wayne Newton and his brother Jerry, back in his hillbilly days. Thanks for the post - love to hear the Easter Bunny song, too!