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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

D. J. David B. Spins Comics-Tunes: A Question For Popeye?

If you’ve been following along at home you know that I, D. J. David B., have been presenting Popeye songs every Tuesday in recent memory, in celebration of the recent release of “Popeye: The Great Comic Book Tales of Bud Sagendorf” (available now on Amazon).

Today I am proud (?) to present a duet starring Popeye and his main squeeze Olive Oyl. What was he thinking? (Popeye, I mean.) In the nails-on-a-chalkboard department I think it surpasses the duet of Archie and Edith Bunker on “Those Were The Days.” You decide. Click the link to listen.

Why Do You Answer a Question with a Question


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One Response to “D. J. David B. Spins Comics-Tunes: A Question For Popeye?”

  1. Steven Thompson Says:

    New rule–Never listen to DJ David B’s posts through earbuds. My head hurts now!

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