Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs - Wooly Bully album flac
Title: Wooly Bully
Style: Rock & Roll
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Wooly Bully" is a popular song originally recorded by novelty rock 'n' roll band Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs in 1965. Based on a standard 12-bar blues progression, it was written by the band's frontman, Domingo "Sam" Samudio. It was released as a single on the small Memphis-based XL label ( in 1964 and was picked up in 1965 by MGM. The song was recorded at Sam C. Phillips Recording Studio at 639 Madison Avenue in Memphis, the successor to Phillips' original Sun Studio.
Album Wooly Bully (1965). by Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs. Recording Supervisor. Songwriters: DOMINGO SAMUDIO.
Redirected from Wooly Bully (Album)). Wooly Bully is the debut studio album by the band Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs; released in 1965 on MGM Records SE-4297 (stereo). It was released following the success of their hit Wooly Bully, and contains a mixture of cover songs and original compositions. It is an early example of Tex-Mex music that was also being popularized by groups like Sir Douglas Quintet, Freddy Fender and ? and the Mysterians.
The term "Sham" mean jive talk. His backup group The Pharaohs wore strange Egyptian outfits. They had 5 more Top 40 US hits including the song "Lil Red Riding Hood. Samudio recorded solo for Atlantic Records in 1970, reformed The Pharaohs in 1974 and later became a street preacher in Memphis. The Mexican rhythm helped bring that sound into the mainstream. Songs like "Tequila" and "La Bamba" did so in the '50s, but this may have been the bridge between those songs and "Macarena.
A2. The Memphis Beat. On the bottom left of the sleeve front the old catalogue number E-4297 is part of the graphics. This differs from Sam The Sham And The Pharaohs - Wooly Bully which has no old catalogue number and a different label layout. Matrix, Runout ((Side 1) stamped): T2-90422-P1 ( ).
Wooly Bully is the debut studio album by the band Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs; released in 1965 on MGM Records SE-4297 (stereo). The song "Wooly Bully" was recorded at Phillips Recording Service in Memphis, which was owned by the legendary Sam Phillips. Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs chronology. Their Second Album (1965). Singles from Wooly Bully. Wooly Bully" Released: December, 1964.
Old-timers will know this, but Sam the Sham and the Pharoahs was one of the best rock bands from the '60s. Domingo Samudio was such a nice guy, and didn't even think he could sing rock & roll, thus the reference to a sham, a mockery, a deceit in his adopted nickname. He wrote a song about his pet cat, not a typically rock & roll thing to do, and came up with an all-time rock classic, one of the most popular songs ever created in the genre. Wooly Bully" proved his rock singing was no sham
Wooly Bully (Album Version). Sam The Sham And The Pharaohs. Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs.
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