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This article first appeared in The Bark,
Issue 46: Jan/Feb 2008
Bill DeMain is a freelance writer and muscian based in Nashville, Tenn. He's contributed to Entertainment Weekly, TV Guide, MOJO and Eldr and is also one-half of the acclaimed pop duo Swan Dive. His favorite song is "Me and My Arrow" by Harry Nilsson. swandive.org

Photo courtesy of Henry Gross

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Submitted by Anonymous | December 23 2012 |

The original RCA Victor 45 rpm Singing Dogs record included Jingle Bells as part of a medley. Later re-issues extended the song to about two minutes; Oh, Susannah was the flip side of both versions.

In the 1970's, a "kiddie" record label, "Mr. Pickwick" released an LP of other Singing Dogs material under the title "Barking Their Way Into Your Heart...The Singing Dogs."

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