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  1. That Old Gang of Mine
  2. Down by the Old Mill Stream
  3. By the Light of the Silvery Moon
  4. You Are My Sunshine
  5. Till We Meet Again
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  1. That Old Gang of Mine
  2. Down by the Old Mill Stream
  3. By the Light of the Silvery Moon
  4. You Are My Sunshine
  5. Till We Meet Again
  6. Let the Rest of the World Go By
  7. Sweet Violets
  8. I've Got Sixpence/I've Been Working on the Railroad/That's Where My Mon
  9. She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
  10. Don't Fence Me In
  11. There Is a Tavern in the Town/Show Me the Way to Go Home
  12. Bell Bottom Trousers/Be Kind to Your Web-Footed Friends
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This is the kind of album that Howard and Marion Cunningham (Tom Bosley and Marion Ross) and their neighbors would have been listening to together on Happy Days, if the latter had been a CBS series rather than an ABC series. Seriously, starting with "That Old Gang of Mine," Mitch Miller and the Gang go through 16 songs (some as medleys) that, even in 1958, felt like they were 100 years old. In fairness, they don't feel quite like they're 150 years old when heard on the CD in 2007 -- to that degree, they've sort of become ...

Sing Along with Mitch 2008, Columbia

UPC: 886972379128

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UPC: 074640800429

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UPC: 074640800443

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