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8 thoughts on “ The McCoys - Hang On Sloopy / Fever

  1. The McCoys' debut album in was less a unified collection than it was a classic single, the title tune "Hang on Sloopy," which featured the singing and guitar playing of a young Rick Derringer, surrounded by a lot of likeminded filler, although a couple of the tracks, most notably the relatively ambitious "Don't Worry Mother" and the striking "Sorrow," which sported a lovely melody, rose well above the generic 6/
  2. Apr 24,  · The McCoys were a rock group that started in Union City, Indiana, in They are best known for their hit "Hang on Sloopy". The original members were all from Union City.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Hang On Sloopy / Fever on Discogs.
  4. Nov 04,  · The McCoys: Hang On Sloopy my copy has a sticker on cover with red typography "INCLUDED IN THIS ALBUM IS THE HIT FEVER" Reply Notify me Helpful [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release New Submission. Add to Collection Add to /5(34).
  5. Nov 04,  · referencing Hang On Sloopy, LP, OLLP AS The German re-release on Outline has the same songs as the original Bang-LP, but several songs are missing on the back of the cover (as in the listing above) although they are listed on the labels and actually are present on the record/5(69).
  6. Hang On Sloopy Lyrics: Hang on, Sloopy / Sloopy, hang on / Hang on, Sloopy / Sloopy, hang on / Sloopy lives in a very bad part of town (Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh) / And everybody, yeah, tries to put my.
  7. Lyrics to "Fever" by THE MCCOYS: Never know how much I love you / Never know how much I care / When you put your arms around me / I get a fever that's so hard to bear / You give me fever - you give me fever - when you kiss me / Fever when you hold me tight - you give me fever / Fever - in the mornin' / Fever .
  8. Unlimited free The McCoys music - Click to play Fever, Hang on Sloopy and whatever else you want! The McCoys were a rock group that started in Union City, Indiana, United States, in

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