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9 thoughts on “ The Hully Gully - Chubby Checker - The Hully Gully (Vinyl)

  1. Amazon Music Unlimited HD Prime Music CDs & Vinyl Download Store Open Web Player MP3 cart Settings The Hully Gully The Hully Gully. Chubby Checker. From the Album It's Pony Time /Let's Twist Again January 1, Get a special offer and listen to over 60 million songs, anywhere with Amazon Music Unlimited. The Hully Gully. Listen.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Hully Gully Baby / The Wah-Watusi on Discogs. Label: Cameo - C ,CGD Internazionale - C • Format: Vinyl 7 Chubby Checker - Hully Gully Baby / The Wah-Watusi (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(7).
  3. " (Baby) Hully Gully " is a song written by Fred Sledge Smith and Clifford Goldsmith and recorded by The Olympics. Released in , it peaked at number 72 on the Billboard Hot in February , and sparked the Hully Gully dance craze.
  4. Jul 23,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Hully Gully Baby · The Dovells For Your Hully Gully Party/You Can't Sit Down ℗ ABKCO Music & .
  5. referencing The Hully Gully, 7", Single, SE "The Hully-Gully" was recorded by Chubby Checker in early for the album "It’s Pony Time" (Chubby Checker - It's Pony Time). The original song was an released that the R&B vocal quartet "The Olympics" recording in (The Olympics - Private Eye / (Baby) Hully Gully)/5(11).
  6. Chubby was 18 years old at the time, born Ernest Evans on October 3, in Spring Gully, South Carolina. He'd been living in South Philadelphia with his family for a decade, making no secret of his dream to become a professional singer even as he took local jobs, one of them at a poultry shop run by a fellow named Henry Colt.
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  8. “An instant soundtrack to a humdinger of a werewolf frat party.” Shindig! While they would later distance themselves from the “Psychobilly” tag which had once adorned their nascent gig posters, likening it to a carnival huckster’s ploy to drum up trade, there’s no denying The Cramps’ potent blend of sexed-up Rockabilly mixed with one part nasty Punk and a glug of fuzz-laden.

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