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Hippy Hippy Shake lyrics
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"Hippy Hippy Shake" is a song written and recorded by Chan Romero in That same year A version by UK-based band The Swinging Blue Jeans was released in December This single reached the Top 5 (#2) in the UK and made.
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Hippy Hippy Shake
Hippy Hippy Shake Lyrics: For goodness sake / I got the hippy hippy shakes / Yeah, I got the shakes / I got the hippy hippy shakes / Ooh, I can't sit still / With the .
Description:Although it's the only song Romero's remembered for -- if anyone remembers the original version at this point -- it's a quite dynamic song in its first incarnation, one of many songs that gives the lie to the myth that ferocious rock'n'roll died by early In its boogying bottom and basic three-chord structure, it owed a lot to pounding early rock'n'roll by Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis, and the guitar-oriented sound of Chuck Berry. But there was also a Hollywood professionalism in the grooving Danelectro guitar sound and the shimmering reverbed guitar solo in the instrumental break, and echoes of Ritchie Valens's youthful, giddy exuberance in Romero's vocal delivery. Though Romero screamed raunchily, at other points he offered almost girlish whoops, and the song also caught your attention by periodically coming to a complete halt before grinding into gear again. One of them, the Swinging Blue Jeans, put it out as a single, revving up the tempos a little, and adding Merseybeat exuberance to the vocal delivery, harmonies, and guitars, which really rang and roved in the instrumental break.