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The McCoys - Hang On Sloopy album flac

  • Performer: The McCoys
  • Album: Hang On Sloopy
  • FLAC: 1633 mb | MP3: 1650 mb
  • Released: 1971
  • Country: US
  • Style: Pop Rock
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 140
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The McCoys - Hang On Sloopy album flac

Tracklist

A Hang On Sloopy
B I Can't Explaine It

Notes

Differences between cover and label:
cover: track B = I Can't Explain
label: track B = I Can't Explaine It
cover: catnr = PE 22.549-H
label: catnr = PE 22.549H

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BIEM

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
B-506 The McCoys Hang On Sloopy / I Can't Explain It ‎(7", Single) Bang Records B-506 US 1965
IM 001 The McCoys Hang On Sloopy ‎(7", Single, Thr) Immediate IM 001 UK 1965
IM 076 The McCoys Hang On Sloopy / This Is Where We Came In ‎(7", Single) Immediate IM 076 UK 1969
B-506 The McCoys Hang On Sloopy / I Can't Explain It ‎(7", Single) Bang Records B-506 US 1965
B-506 The McCoys Hang On Sloopy ‎(7", Single) Bang Records B-506 US 1965


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Hang On Sloopy" is a 1964 song by Wes Farrell and Bert Berns, originally titled "My Girl Sloopy", it was first recorded and made a hit by R&B vocal group The Vibrations. Rock band The McCoys later covered it; the song peaked at on the US Billboard Hot 100 and on the UK Singles Chart. According to Rick Derringer, the original version of Sloopy was written by a "high school kid in St. Louis" and sold to Bert Russell, .

Hang On Sloopy is the debut studio album by The McCoys, released in 1965. It reached on the Billboard Top LPs chart. The album featured two singles: "Hang On Sloopy", which reached on the Billboard Hot 100, and "Fever", which reached All songs written and composed by Bob Feldman, Jerry Goldstein, and Richard Gottehrer except where noted. Meet the McCoys" – 2:00. Hang On Sloopy" (Wes Farrell/Bert Russell) – 2:57. Fever" (Eddie Cooley/John Davenport) – 2:47.

Hang on, Sloopy Sloopy, hang on Hang on, Sloopy Sloopy, hang on Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah Give it to 'em, yeah. Sloopy, let your hair down, girl Let it hang down on me (Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh) Sloopy, let your hair down, girl Let it hang down on me, yeah, yeah (Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh). Though originally written and recorded with three verses, this version was cut down to two for the single and album. The three verse version did not appear until Bang Record’s 1970 compilation release Bang & Shout Super Hits. It later appeared in a 1991 Rhino records compilation.

Album: Best Of The McCoys (1965). Charted: 5 1. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Written by the songwriters Bert Berns and Wes Farrell, "Hang On Sloopy" was originally recorded by the R&B group The Vibrations as "My Girl Sloopy" in 1964, reaching on the US charts. The name "Sloopy" most likely came from Dorothy Sloop, who was a jazz singer from Steubenville, Ohio. Sloop, who died in 1998 at age 85, performed in the New Orleans area using the name "Sloopy. The McCoys began as the Rick Z Combo (named after lead guitarist Rick Zehringer, who later became Rick Derringer) in Union City, Indiana.

Features Song Lyrics for The McCoys's Hang On Sloopy album. Hang On Sloopy Lyrics. The McCoys Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular The McCoys Lyrics.

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This song is by The McCoys and appears on the album Hang On Sloopy (1965) and on the album Hang On Sloopy: The Best of the McCoys (1995). This song is a cover of "Hang On Sloopy" by The Vibrations

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The McCoys' debut album in 1965 was less a unified collection than it was a classic single, the title tune "Hang on Sloopy," which featured the singing and guitar playing of a young Rick Derringer, surrounded by a lot of likeminded filler, although a couple of the tracks, most notably the relatively ambitious "Don't Worry Mother" and the striking "Sorrow," which sported. a lovely melody, rose well above the generic feel of the rest of the album. That's still the case some 40-plus years later.