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Twangy - The Rock-A-Teens - Woo-Hoo (CD, Album)

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  1. Bear Family Records - Proud to be Independent - Specialised in premium quality re-issues. One of the world's most renowned, multiple award-winning record companies.
  2. Woo-hoo-hoo!" "Woo-Hoo" was the one and only hit for Richmond, VA's the Rock*A*Teens (in fact, it was the only single the band ever released, though after "Woo-Hoo" hit the Billboard charts, they cut a hard to find album), and you could hardly ask for a better example of the joyous simplicity of teenage rock & roll from the music's first era.
  3. The Rock-A-Teens were a short-lived American rockabilly group from Richmond, Virginia, active in the late s, led by Vic Mizelle. The Rock-a-Teens were one-hit wonders whose lone hit record was " Woo Hoo ", written by George Donald McGraw and backed with "Untrue", released on Roulette Records R
  4. Except for the song "Untrue" on this cd this is quite a good album,and may be somewhat rare, although I was pleasantly surprised to find it available through beosucrauzitidismisutesnolegdu.coinfo of these songs are from around ,and they tend to sound like songs of the mid and late 50'beosucrauzitidismisutesnolegdu.coinfo best song in my opinion is Woo Hoo, an all instrumental beosucrauzitidismisutesnolegdu.coinfo singing on the other songs in this album is .
  5. Oct 25,  · Early in the album came out as Roulette SR with the title track "Woo Hoo" along with Doggone It Baby, I'm Not Afraid, That's My Mama, Dance To The Bop, Story Of A Woman, Twangy, Janis Will Rock (paying homage to Virginia native Janis Martin), Pagan, Lotta Boppin', Oh My Nerves, I Was Born To Rock/5(6).
  6. Jun 24,  · Published on Jun 24, Woo-Hoo (McGraw) by the Rock-A-Teens If fans of Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill: Vol. 1" were wondering where the 's came up with that frantic "Woo-Hoo" number, this.
  7. During their brief four-year existence, the Richmond, VA, teen combo the Rock-A-Teens released a mere 13 tracks, one of which was the Top 20 single "Woo-Hoo," best remembered for its near wordless vocal refrain. Ten of those 13 tunes appear on this CD compilation, and one has to wonder why Collectables didn't just bite the bullet and license the other three songs 7/
  8. Rock-A-Teens A: Woo-Hoo B: Untrue: Roulette USA: R Sep 7" 7: The Rock-A-Teens A: Doggone It Baby B: Twangy: Roulette USA: R Dec 7" 1: The Regents [New York] A: Barbara Ann The Rock-A-Teens B: Woo-Hoo: Roulette Golden Goodies Hits Series USA: GG 5: 7" 2: The Fifth Estate A: Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead.
  9. Rockabilly group from Richmond, Virginia, best known for their hit "Woo Hoo". Not to be confused with 90s Atlanta indie rock group The Rock*A*Teens.

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