Alley Cat (album)
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|Studio album by Bent Fabric|
|Bent Fabric chronology|
The title song is used as a recurring gag on the short-lived 1990 TV show Get a Life.
The cover was designed by Haig Adishian, and was a Billboard Album Cover of the Week in October 1962.
- Alley Cat (2:24)
- Across The Alley From The Alamo (2:11)
- You Made Me Love You (3:03)
- Trudie (1:56)
- Markin' Time (1:38)
- In The Arms Of My Love (2:28)
- Delilah (2:15)
- Catsanova Walk (1:58)
- Symphony (2:19)
- Early Morning In Copenhagen (2:22)
- Comme Ci, Comme Ca (2:06)
- Baby Won't You Please Come Home (2:50)
- (22 December 1962). Top LPs, Billboard (listed as No. 14 mono album in this issue, 9 weeks on chart)
- (6 April 1963). Top LPs, Billboard (listing mono album as #36, with 24 straight weeks on chart, and stereo version at #13, with 16 straight weeks on chart)
- Album Cover of the Weekwork=Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. 6 October 1962. pp. 31–. ISSN 0006-2510.
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