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  • Our story begins on one dark, stormy night in the village of Jangle, when the sole Bangrot lookout spied the mast of a vast ship on the horizon.

    Paradise Lost

  • Our story begins on one dark, stormy night in the village of Jangle, when the sole Bangrot lookout spied the mast of a vast ship on the horizon.

    Paradise Lost

  • Over the years, Diddley variously claimed to have adapted the beat from music he heard in church, from trying to play the Gene Autry song “Jingle Jangle” and from attempting to play his guitar like a drum.

    Buzzine » Bo Diddley Takes His Big Beat With Him

  • Mr. DIDDLEY: I was trying to play "I've Got Spurs that Jingle, Jangle, Jingle" by Gene Autry … (Soundbite of song, "I've Got Spurs that Jingle, Jangle, Jingle") Mr. GENE AUTRY (Actor, Singer): I've got spurs that jingle, jangle, jingle.

    Rock Pioneer Bo Diddley Dies at 79

  • It was conducted as part of the Buster/Jangle test series between October and November of 1951.

    Depleted Uranium Poison Targets US Citizens

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    OpEdNews - Quicklink: That Jingle Jangle Jingle in Your Pocket Can Tell Tales

  • For bedtime reading, I read the Declaration of Independence to the eight-year-old, and he was inspired enough to change his plan to listen to Riders in the Sky sing "Jingle, Jangle, Jingle" on endless repeat all night, and instead has the musical "1776" in the CD player.

    BatesLine: July 2005 Archives

  • At the urging of Mrs. Claus, Santa's elves Jingle and Jangle begin a quest to find some authentic Christmas spirit and restore Santa's faith in humanity.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • At the urging of Mrs. Claus, Santa's elves Jingle and Jangle begin a quest to find some authentic Christmas spirit and restore Santa's faith in humanity.

    Santa as the Fisher King (a blast from the past).

  • For bedtime reading, I read the Declaration of Independence to the eight-year-old, and he was inspired enough to change his plan to listen to Riders in the Sky sing "Jingle, Jangle, Jingle" on endless repeat all night, and instead has the musical "1776" in the CD player.

    On the radio in a few hours - BatesLine

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