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the McCoys sings hang on sloopy in 1965. I liked that song..it was fun!
The song is actually called...."hang on Sloopy" ( i know this because i heard it daily for years while growing up).. but here is some info for you!.... ...."Hang On Sloopy" is a song by the pop group The McCoys which was #1 in America in October 1965 and is the official rock song of the state of Ohio and The Ohio State University. It was written by Wes Farrell and Bert Russell and is named for singer Dorothy Sloop (1913-1998), who used the name "Sloopy" on stage.
The song was originally titled "My Girl Sloopy" and was first recorded by The Vibrations in 1964 on Atlantic Records (45-2222), becoming a top thirty hit. It was the title track of a live 1965 recording (released on Rhapsody in 1966) by the Ramsey Lewis Trio which earned a gold record. It has also been recorded by Arseno Rodriguez (Bang 1966), The Supremes (Motown 1966), The Kingsmen (WAND 1966), Little Caesar and the Consuls, The Yardbirds, Saving Jane, Jan & Dean (Liberty-LP "Folk'n'Roll" 1965), David Porter (Enterprise "Into A Real Thing" 1971) and Die Toten Hosen (2002). It has also been performed by Johnny Thunders and the Oddballs in a medley with "Louie Louie" and can be heard on the "Add Water and Stir"
by reyledes0077 years ago
who sings that song called mondolay from the 1980'sit was played alot in the dance clubs and house partys very popular in 83-84
by diana.cota8 years ago
What is the name of and who sings the original song of the track Snoop Dogg used for "Roll in my 64"
by NiaG6 years ago
I think that I hum as some sort of coping mechanism. I always find myself humming "Don't Worry be Happy" by Bobby Mcferrin or a slower, drawn out version of "Singing in the Rain" by Gene Kelly.
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