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Jimmy Cross - The Ballad Of James Bong download mp3
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The Ballad Of James Bong
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The Ballad of James Bong. Jimmy or Jimmie Cross (17 November 1938 - 8 October 1978) was an American radio producer and singer who attained a minor Billboard Hot 100 hit with the novelty song "I Want My Baby Back" in 1965. He was born in Dothan, Alabama and became the producer of the syndicated radio series Country Concert. I Want My Baby Back" was originally issued on the Tollie label and reached on the Billboard Hot 100 in February 1965.

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Jimmy cross super duper man 1965. Jimmy Cross (November 17, 1938 – October 8, 1978), also known as Jimmie Cross, was an American radio producer and singer who attained a minor Billboard Hot 100 hit with the novelty song "I Want My Baby Back" in 1965. Jimmy cross super duper man 1965. Jimmy cross the ballad of james bong play the other side again 1965. He was born in Dothan, Alabama, and became the producer of the syndicated radio series Country Concert

Cross went on to record (as Jimmie Cross) The Ballad of James Bong (Tollie), Hey Little Girl (Red Bird) and Super-Duper Man (Red Bird). He died of a heart attack at the age of 39 in Hollywood. He is buried at Forest Lawn, California. Jimmy or Jimmie Cross (17 November 1938 - 8 October 1978) was an American radio producer and singer who attained a minor Billboard Hot 100 hit with the novelty song I Want My Baby Back in 1965. I Want My Baby Back was originally issued on the Tollie label and reached on the Billboard Hot 100 in February 1965. The song is a parody of teenage death records of that period, particularly The Shangri-Las hit Leader of the Pack.

Tracklist

A The Ballad Of James Bong
B Play The Other Side Again

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
T-9044 Jimmie Cross* The Ballad Of James Bong ‎(7", Single) Tollie Records T-9044 US 1965
9044 Jimmy Cross The Ballad Of James Bong / Play The Other Side Again ‎(7", Single, Mono) Tollie Records 9044 US 1965