Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs - Wooly Bully (1965) HQ

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One of my all time favorite dance tunes by one of the most novel and distinguished bands ever: Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs! I don't remember one silent second when I spun this record after the infamous 'Uno, dos, one, two, tres, quatro' intro: cheers, screams and lots of dancing! Dancing on the bar and on table tops! This was when the saxophone was still being used for lead solos in rock and roll as they were rapidly being replaced by guitar solos. Yet this may be one of the most memorable saxophone performances in rock music ever! What a long way the instrument had come since "Shake, Rattle, and Roll." The crowd pleaser in this song though, nonetheless, is the organ and its opening strains ... seems the best rock songs of the 60's had a good organist in the band from The Animals to The Blues Magoos. From Wikipedia: "Wooly Bully" was the band's first and biggest hit. It became a worldwide success, selling three million copies and reaching No. 2 on the American Hot 100 chart on June 5–12, 1965, kept off the top by The Beach Boys' "Help Me, Rhonda" and The Supremes' "Back in My Arms Again" (huh?? you gotta be kidding!). It was the first American record to sell a million copies during the British Invasion and was influenced by the British rock sound which was mixed with traditional Mexican-American conjunto rhythms. It stayed in the Hot 100 for 18 weeks, the longest time for any entry within 1965, and was nominated for a Grammy Award." The band would go on to produce other notable hits, including the unforgettable "Li'l Red Riding Hood." In any event, prepare to hear and enjoy this legendary masterpiece from the 60's. From Texas, Louisiana, and Tennessee, it's Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs!