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Hal L. Singer's 2009 SPS Records Release of "It's A Jungle Out There" CD
A NEWS WORTHY NOTE* The Title Song, Political Animals, was the featured opening song of "Red, Blue & Purple, Bridging America's Divide". Mainstream Media Project, a nonprofit public education and strategic communications organization that uses the mainstream broadcast media to raise public awareness about new approaches to longstanding issues, aired this peice on the award-winning syndicated radio program, A World of Possibilities. Visit the link below to view the story and hear how they used this title song.
A Review from the Site "JEWTASTIC.COM (December 20, 2005 section "Music For The Season To Be Jolly) Referencing "YO YENTA.COM" AND THE SEARCH FOR HANUKKAH MUSIC GIVES THIS REVIEW:So what’s out there exactly?

Yo, Yenta! says:


I Saw Hannukah Harry Beat Up Santa Claus: It seems bad parodies are just inevitable, so you might as well download one that’s actually funny.

Great stuff indeed! All we now need is for Jews to start going from door to door singing the tunes.
ENOUGH ALREADY section, Friday December 16th, 2005:
I searched for a Hanukkah Harry song and was startled to find that one of the most popular songs about this gentleman is one called I Saw Hanukkah Harry Beat Up Santa Clause. Man, talk about a bitter rivalry! No offense to my Jewish readers, but I definitely have to take Santa’s side on this one. He can’t help it if he’s awesome. It’s certainly no reason to go picking fights with him.
Mon 19 Dec 2005
Chanukah Music Round-up
Posted by Head Yenta under IMHO: Book, Movie and Music Reviews:

I Saw Hannukah Harry Beat Up Santa Claus: It seems bad parodies are just inevitable, so you might as well download one that’s actually funny. (Click here to listen and scroll down.) But forget the rest of Hal L. Singer’s album; it’s STFG.

Happy Tunes, all!