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Joe & Paul - The Best of The Barton Brothers

by Barton Brothers

"Joe & Paul (A Fargenign)" the hilarious Yiddish comedy parody classic that was to influence artists from Mickey Katz to Alan Sherman.
Genre: World: Yiddish
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Joe and Paul - (Part 1)
2:47 album only
2. Joe and Paul - (Part 2)
2:49 album only
3. Cockeyed Jenny
2:50 album only
4. Tzouris - (Part 1)
3:10 album only
5. Tzouris - (Part 2)
2:56 album only
6. Minnie The Flapper
2:54 album only
7. Cut Speech - (Part 1)
2:56 album only
8. Cut speech - (Part 2)
2:43 album only
9. Ariba - (Part 1)
3:03 album only
10. Ariba - (Part2)
2:50 album only


Album Notes
The Barton Brothers created a humor style that was to be a major force on such artists as Mickey Katz and Allan Sherman. For the first time on CD, "The Best of The Barton Brothers" presents their most famous song hits including such classics as "Joe & Paul" and "Cockeyed Jenny". The musical backing, by The Irv Caroll Orchestra, features klezmer super stars Julius and Willie Epstein. The booklet includes detailed never published information on the Bartons Brothers --Eddie Barton discovered Jerry Lewis. Jerry Lewis returned the favor by giving the Barton Brothers a part in his film, "The Bell Boy".

This is hilarious and timeless classic Jewish Humor from a bygone era, yet is as funny today as it was then!!!!



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arnold adler

joe and paul
brings back memories