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Dem Brooklyn Bums - There Goes The Neighbourhood

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  1. Moogulmaran
    Dem Brooklyn Bums Big Band There Goes The Neighborhood (YouGottaProblem WitDis Records) By: Alex Steininger Dem Brooklyn Bums Big Band plays "hard-noised" New York Swing straight from the Bronx. Powerful horn lines, music that will get you swingin' and laughing, as well as an all out good time is what these guys will give you.
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  2. Faeran
    Although some suggested renaming the "Robins" the "Brooklyn Canaries", after Carey, whose last name was originally "Carnarius", the name "Brooklyn Dodgers" returned to stay following Robinson's retirement. It was during this era that Willard Mullin, a noted sports cartoonist, fixed the Brooklyn team with the lovable nickname of "Dem Bums".
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  3. Nigis
    With their debut album There Goes the Neighborhood, Dem Brooklyn Bums offer up a six-song party. Holiday Shipping Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters. With their debut album There Goes the Neighborhood, Dem Brooklyn Bums offer up a six-song party platter.
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  4. Zulkimuro
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  5. Shajas
    Listen to music from Dem Brooklyn Bums like Wifebeata Boogie. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Dem Brooklyn Bums.
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  6. Dairn
    "There goes the neighborhood." She thought that was very funny. An example of the second type occurs in Evan Hughes, Literary Brooklyn: The Writers of Brooklyn and the Story of American City Life (): Some see the uniqueness of today's Brooklyn as being under threat or on the wane.
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