THE ABE BURROWS SONGBOOK by Abe Burrows

THE ABE BURROWS SONGBOOK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A goof-spoof of popular music appears in the form of words, more words and music by Abe Burrows. His crackling commentary leads into type songs such as the SaltWater type, the Western type, the Memory-type. He leads off with The Girl with the Three Blue Eyesand leaps on from there. Pictures by Roberta Macdonald, musical arrangements by Alexander Steinert. It has moments. The description defines the audience, possibly a gift one.

Pub Date: Oct. 13th, 1955
Publisher: Doubleday