Now for something completely different… a LOUIE LOUIE that sounds unlike any other LOUIE LOUIE!!
Emily & Tom did this recording, which they called “Louie Louie,” even though it doesn’t sound like any other song I’ve heard named LOUIE LOUIE. It certainly isn’t the Richard Berry composition..
Exactly why they did, remains the mystery…. […]
The Guardian (of UK) has a superb article on the song, written by Alexis Petridis. Highly recommended!
They also mentioned me, with the correct name spelling, which is a rarity!
Be sure to read the comments – highly entertaining!
It appears that the front page for the LouieLouie.net webpage is showing a “Access denied” message. I have no idea how this happened, but I hope to have it fixed soon….
SUNDAY UPDATE: Fixed! What a pain that was… $*&^@#!!!
This week’s LOUIE is a special performance that comes from the Kingsmen’s hometown in Portland, Oregon.
I just received a little correction on what I thought was a band called the Little White Uke. Here’s a correction from UkuleleDaddy:
We’re honored to be included on your blog! I just wanted to make a correction […]
No specific reason…. other than just being overwhelmed by other stuff in life….
Next week, more LOUIE.
To start 2014 with a bang, the first LOUIE of Week shall be a vintage recording of Frank Zappa & the Mothers of Invention, opening for Lenny Bruce at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco sometime in June 1966.
The very first song of this set was “PLASTIC PEOPLE” – an inspired […]
A Big Happy New Year from LouieLouie.net.
(Yes… this cartoon by Kanin was seen before.… but it’s still a keeper!)