Back in 1988, Bloom Country, the brilliant comic strip by Berke Breathed, provided some special LOUIE LOUIE lyrics to celebrate the Presidential Election of United States, imagining different sets of LOUIE lyrics for each of the candidates – Mike Dukakis, George H.W. Bush, and Bill the Cat!
The Bloom County comic strip originally ran […]
This week, the LouieLouie.net website may look a little different. The layout is different, some photos may be missing, and there’s NO LOUIE of the Week.
We got hacked. We’re not quite sure how this happened, but we’re in the process of fixing things, with the hope that this sort of thing won’t happen again.
I had some feedback from someone that KFJC version #332 might be a recording by Karen Finley and/ or Teddy and the Fratgirls.
I did get some feedback from Karen Finley, and it’s definitely NOT her.
I’m not sure about Teddy and the Fratgirls, which may or may not have included Karen Finley.
The mystery […]
On Friday, August 19, 1983, KFJC began what turned out to be a major turning point in LOUIE LOUIE history with the MAXIMUM LOUIE LOUIE marathon:
1) The first meeting of Richard Berry, author of the song LOUIE LOUIE and Jack Ely, original vocalist with the Kingsmen, whose voice was heard on the world’s […]
“Pete Fountain, the goateed clarinetist who became a global ambassador of New Orleans jazz with his flawlessly slippery technique and joyful sound, died Saturday of heart failure while in hospice care in New Orleans.”
I borrowed that opening sentence from Randy Lewis’s fine obituary that was shared on August 6th in the Los Angeles […]
Here’s a LOUIE recording that I really enjoyed finding…
Blue Johnson aka Bangkok Blue did a jazzy remix of Richard Berry‘s original version, and shared with the world on YouTube.
Here’s a brief description from his YouTube page:
“Louie’s In The House” is a REMIX of Richard Berry‘s original recording of “Louie Louie”. […]