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Louie Louie - Sons Of Ishmael - Sing Generic Crap (Vinyl)

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  1. The "Louie Louie" saga is about as interesting as any song's journey through the rock & roll folk process. Its arrangement evolved several times via several cover versions between the time author Richard Berry did the first one in and the Kingsmen had a number two hit with it in Since then it's been covered innumerable times, of course.
  2. "Louie Louie" is a song that exists almost in spite of itself, reviled by music critics and snobs alike. It's one of those songs that nobody likes but the people, from its original incarnation as a modified cha cha by composer and R&B star of the s Richard Berry to its present day status as a bar band/garage band/frat house staple.
  3. Jun 11,  · Still, “Louie Louie” had an appeal that wouldn’t die, and in two Portland-area bands, the Kingsmen and Paul Revere and the Raiders, recorded the song within days of each other at the.
  4. The song Louie Louie was written by Richard Berry and was first released by Richard Berry and The Pharaohs in It was covered by Red Sky Coven, Grandma's Rockers, The Wailers [US], Das Original Oberkreuzberger Nasenflötenorchester and other artists.
  5. April 16, Jack Ely, co-founder of the early 60's band The Kingsmen and best known for his rendition of the song "Louie, Louie", plays his Fender bass guitar at his home in Terre Bonne.
  6. Nov 17,  · In the ’s, a three chord song called Louie, Louie was being considered by Washington State officials, to become the state song. This would have replaced the current traditional song, “Washington, My Home”. Of course, the latter seems more appropriate as a state song, but even to be considered, says something about Louie, Louie. Louie,.
  7. Everybody sing Louie, Louie, Louie A brand-new star is born And the people all shout But you better watch out. When Louie starts blowing that horn Blow it, Louie! Everybody sing Louie, Louie, Louie Look what you've became You're a hit for real Tell me how you feel. When everybody knows your name. Louie, you're the bomb Louie, you're the whiz.

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