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Lonnie Donegan - Rock Island Line (Live) 15/6/1961

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🤍 Lonnie Donegan performs "Rock Island Line" live on "Putting on the Donegan" 15/6/1961

LONNIE DONEGAN KING OF SKIFFLE

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King of Skiffle Lonnie Donegal. His Five BIGGEST hits. 1) MY OLD MANS A DUSTMAN 2) BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS 3) DOES YOUR CHEWING GUM LOSE ITS FLAVOUR 4) PUTTING ON THE STYLE 5) HAVE A DRINK ON ME

Lonnie Donegan "King of Skiffle" on THE IRISH ROVERS series

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Glasgow's Lonnie Donegan's influence on British music in the late fifties is incalculable. A member of the Chris Barber Jazz Band, on guitar and banjo he featured his particular interest skiffle music, played on improvised musical instruments such as kazoos, tea-chest and broomhandle basses, washboards and empty cider-jugs. His version of Leadbelly's Rock Island Line stormed into the American and British Top Ten in 1956, resulting in the sale of thousands of guitars to aspiring skifflers including John Lennon's Quarrymen. For 6 years the King of Skiffle was phenomenally successful, clocking up 30 hits including Cumberland Gap, Lost John, Gambling Man, Putting on the Style (#1 when Lennon met McCartney), Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavour, Have a Drink on Me, Battle of New Orleans, and My Old Man's a Dustman. He wrote I'll Never Fall in Love Again for Tom Jones and it became a #1 hit. Lonnie was Britain's most popular and influential recording artist before the Beatles. He was a regular guest on The Irish Rovers' CBC Vancouver TV series in 1971. Here he is preceded by the Rovers backing Irish dancers Margaret McDowell (Wilcil's wife) and Joan Millar (Joe's wife) in a reel.

Lonnie Donegan, Skiffle on 78 rpm

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Anthony James " Lonnie" Donegan (29 April 1931 3 November 2002) was a skiffle musician, with more than 20 UK Top 30 hits to his name. He is known as the "King of Skiffle" and is often cited as a large influence on the generation of British musicians who became famous in the 1960s (Source: Wikipedia) Skiffle is een muzieksoort die in de jaren twintig en dertig in de New Orleans, Verenigde Staten ontstond en afgeleid was van Amerikaanse dixieland, folk, blues en jazz. De traditionele skiffle-bands bedienen zich van huishoudelijke artikelen om op te spelen: het wasbord, een dienblad bespannen met snaren, kazoos, kammen, sigaardozen en papiertjes. Daarnaast zijn de akoestische gitaar en de banjo gebruikelijke begeleidingsinstrumenten, soms ook (als klezmer-invloed) een klarinet. Het is verwant aan jug-muziek. In de jaren vijftig werd skiffle enorm populair toen Lonnie Donegan een wereldhit scoorde met Rock Island line. Ook volgende hits als Does your chewing gum lose it's flavour on the bedpost overnight? en My old man's a dustman werden in de Benelux hits. (Bron: Wikipedia)

Skiffle City Ramblers - Dr. Jazz

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Very rare video performance by british pioneers of skiffle. Taken from old Russian (!) music movie "Девушка с гитарой" ("A girl with guitar") (1958). Song written by Joe "King" Oliver in 1926, lyrics slightly modified

Van Morrison,Chris Barber,Lonnie Donegan, Ronnie Wood , I Wanna Go Home ( Sloop John B)

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Courtesy Of Woolhall On the 50th anniversary of the death of Huddie Leadbetter, aka Leadbelly, three musicians who were greatly influenced by his music, Van Morrison, Lonnie Donegan, Ronnie Wood and Chris Barber join together to pay tribute We come on the Sloop John B My grandfather and me Around Nassau town we did roam Drinking all night Got into a fight Well I feel so broke up I want to go home So hoist up the John B's sail See how the main sail sets Call for the Captain ashore Let me go home, let me go home I want to go home, yeah yeah Well I feel so broke up I want to go home The first mate he got drunk And broke in the Cap'n's trunk The constable had to come and take him away Sheriff John Stone Why don't you leave me alone, yeah yeah Well I feel so broke up, I want to go home So hoist up the John B's sail See how the main sail sets Call for the Captain ashore Let me go home, let me go home I want to go home, let me go home Why don't you let me go home (Hoist up the John B's sail) Hoist up the John B I feel so broke up I want to go home Let me go home The poor cook he caught the fits And threw away all my grits And then he took and he ate up all of my corn Let me go home Why don't they let me go home This is the worst trip I've ever been on So hoist up the John B's sail See how the main sail sets Call for the Captain ashore Let me go home, let me go home I want to go home, let me go home Why don't you let me go home

889. Ode to the King of Skiffle (Original)

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This song is a tribute to Lew Dite, who, in my opinion, has the best folk music channel on YouTube. If you haven't come across him yet, check it out. Lots of great old time songs, rendered with love. Lew Dite's channel is here: 🤍 Lyrics and chords: D Mister Dite, hey Mister Dite ............ G ....................... D You’re doin’ something right .................................................................. A7 In this world where there are so many wrongs. ...... D It’s always good to watch ........ G You sittin’ on that porch ........ D ....................... A7 .......... D And singin’ out those old time songs. Keep making those songs surge on Passin’ somethin’ on. It’s always good to see you do your thing. So sing out loud and free And you will always be Canada’s one and only Skiffle King. With a story and a joke You bring us the best of folk. Your videos are so much fun. With your repertoire so wide And your Jenni by your side, For me you’re YouTube Channel Number One. You can hear a playlist of my original songs (in alphabetical order) here: 🤍 Lyrics and chords of many of my songs are no longer available, as my website has expired. I am currently posting lyrics to the information panels on all my videos and those that are too long to post in full will be found on my new website: 🤍

Lonnie Donegan - Gamblin' Man (Putting On The Donegan, 26.06.1959)

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Lonnie Donegan performing 'Gamblin' Man' on his own TV show "Putting On The Donegan" in June 1959. Footage licensed from ITV Archive. All rights reserved. Remember to subscribe to stay up to date with the channel. Subscribe here: 🤍

Can't You Line 'Em - Dickie Bishop & Chris Barber's Skiffle Group

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Late 1950's skiffle from Chris Barber with Dickie Bishop singing the vocal

The Skiffle King

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featuring Lonnie Donegan

Ulf Krüger (Leinemann) & Lonnie Donegan - Midnight Special

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Die 1st. National Ragtime, Rock & Skiffle Group LEINEMANN trifft auf den englischen Elvis, den „King Of Skiffle“, Mr. LONNIE DONEGAN. Das ganze passierte 1974 und 1976. Unter der Headline ‚Donegan Meets Leinemann’ gingen die Leinemänner mit Donegan auf Tournee und spielten mit ihm zwei sehr erfolgreiche Alben ein – „Lonnie Donegan Meets Leinemann“ und „Lonnie Donegan Meets Leinemann – Country Roads“. Zwischen dem musikalischem Kopf von Leinemann, dem Sänger und Waschbrettvirtuosen Ulf Krüger, und Lonnie Donegan entstand ein jahrzehntelange Freundschaft... 🤍

The King Brothers, Jim Dale and The Vipers Skiffle Group 'Top Ten Special'

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Parlophone's attempt at a medley of current songs performed by Parlophone artists as opposed to the originals. The record failed to reach the charts in the UK.

The King of Skiffle by Arthur May (c) 2016

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This video is abut The King of Skiffle, Lonnie Donegan who changed our lives, gave us a dream, inspired the greats and made us happy. Dedicated to Ray Stevens, with love and respect, who keeps his memory alive.

Lonnie Donegan & His Skiffle Group 'Gold' - Trailer

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Crimson Gold presents Lonnie Donegan ‘Gold’ the only Lonnie Donegan compilation you’ll ever need. Lonnie Donegan was a British skiffle singer songwriter, often referred to as the “King of Skiffle ”. Order Now: 🤍 During his career he achieved 31 UK top 30 singles including three number one hits. Donegan’s music has influenced numerous pop and rock musicians, including the Beatles, the Who, Mark Knopfler , and Chas & Dave. This new essential compilation features 60 tracks across 3 CDs. CD 1 opens one of Donegan’s best known recordings and his first single ‘Rock Island Line’. The song shot into the UK top ten and marked the beginning of the UK skiffle craze. Other hit singles on this CD include ‘Lost John’, ‘Don’t You Rock Me Daddy O’ and ‘Cumberland Gap’. CD 2 features more of Lonnie Donegan’s hit singles including the number one ‘Gamblin’ Man’, ‘The Grand Coulee Dam’ and ‘Tom Dooley’. CD 3 rounds off the set with more hits such as the number one single ‘My Old Man’s A Dustman’, ‘Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavour (On The Bedpost Overnight?)’, and ‘Michael, Row The Boat’. Highlights are also available on a 16 track vinyl edition.

Lonnie Donegan & Elton John (w/Brian May) - Diggin' My Potatoes (1977)

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Lonnie Donegan - The King of Skiffle - recorded an album with all-star friends in 1977. Elton John played piano on a couple of tracks - this one "Diggin' My Potatoes", and also the title track "Puttin' on the Style". Both were skiffle classics from the fifties. Ray Cooper played percussion. Brian May (of Queen) played electric guitar! Some of the other tracks featured Ringo Starr, Ronnie Wood, Nicky Hopkins, Leo Sayer.... Lonnie Donegan was a huge musical influence on all of these musicians and many more. He died in 2002. This recording was taken from the original vinyl!

the Skiffle King (the Lonnie Donegan Blues)

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i found this song in my archives...it's gotta be 4+ years old.... i dig Lonnie Donegan.... enjoy, todd (brother sonny)

Lonnie Donegan - My Old Man's A Dustman (The Royal Variety Performance 22.5.1960)

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An extremely rare clip from The Royal Variety Performance in 1960. Lonnie forgets his lyrics in the middle but keeps his composure! 🤍

Lonnie Donegan - Does Your Chewing Gum Lose its Flavour?

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Lonnie Donegan and his Skiffle Group 'Rock O' My Soul' 78 RPM

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'The King of Skiffle' Lonnie Donegan with the b side to his 1958 UK #3 hit Tom Dooley

Lonnie Donegan ::: Hang Down Your Head Tom Dooley (with original lyrics)

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Lonnie Donegan and his Tom Dooley song impressed me as a kid I sang it to my mums consternation and it has never left me mind (well it has for a long time, but I really enjoyed making this virile and hearing it again) Lonnie Donegan (1931 - 2002) In mid-1950s Britain before anyone in England had heard of rock 'n roll, Lonnie Donegan, the King of Skiffle, was the most exciting and most influential artist in the UK charts. His music had an enormous influence in a generation of British groups and artists including Tommy Steele, Billy Fury, the Beatles, the Kinks, and the Rolling Stones. He started with British trombonist and band leader Chris Barber's jazz band playing the banjo. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The real story of Tom Dula. This is the story of a young confederate soldier, Tom Dooley, who returned to his home in Happy Valley on the Yadkin River in Wilkes County, North Carolina after the Civil War. Tom survived many battles but his claim to fame was his love of music. While in the army camp, it was Tom who would be found sitting around singing songs and picking his banjo. Before the war, Tom, a happy-go-lucky young man, was very popular with the young ladies. Two of these young ladies were Laura Foster and her cousin Ann Foster. The girls were noted for their popularity and were well sought after by the local swains. They turned a lot of heads. Both girls became infatuated with Tom Dooley. He managed his time to be with both. By the time the war was over, Ann's infatuation had come to an end and she married James Milton. On Tom Dooley's return Laura thought, with Ann married she would have a clear field with Tom. But Ann's love for Tom quickly returned when she saw the dashing young soldier and would have none of cousin Laura getting ahead of her. She thought with Laura out of the way she and Tom would get back together and she would marry him. Laura had many suitors. Among them was a schoolteacher, Bob Grayson who was "smitten" with her and wanted her for his wife. Tom made arrangements with Laura to run away and get married. In the night she took what clothes she could carry on horseback and left home for her rendezvous with Tom. She disappeared. Laura was eighteen at the time. Her family searched for her, but to no avail. As time went on, the people suspected she had run away with Tom Dooley. More search parties were formed and about three weeks after Laura disappeard, her horse returned, guant and with a broken halter. The searchers found where the horse had been tied to a tree. The soil was disturbed with horse tracks. After more search, some people thought Laura's body had been disposed of in the Yadkin River. Some time later, Ann got into an argument with her sister, Perline Foster. Ann was deeply critical of her sister. Perline warned Ann that she better be careful or she would tell what she knew about Laura. Ann answered that Perline was just as guilty as she was. The authorities became suspicious of the two girls and began to question them. Perline became scared and broke down. She said Tom Dooley had killed Laura, that Ann took her to the site of the grave. Perline directed the search party to the place of burial. The search party spread out over the entire area. James Melton, James Isbell, David Horton and Bob Grayson were in the search party. James Isbell's horse shied from an area with loose dirt The crowd started digging and found the body of Laura Foster. Her legs had been broken and what appeared to be a stab wound was found in her breast. Also found was the small bag of Laura's clothing. There was no doubt, it was Laura. TOM DOOLEY (Traditional) The Kingston Trio - 1957 sang this song originally. ORIGINAL VERSION: Chorus: Hang your head, Tom Dooley Hang your head and cry Killed poor Laura Foster And you know you're bound to die You took her on the hillside And begged to be excused You took her on the hillside Then hid her clothes and shoes You dug her grave four feet wide Dug it three feet deep Rolled the cold clay over her And tromped it with your feet (chorus) Took her on the hillside Stabbed with a knife Took her on the hillside And then you took her life Trouble, oh it's trouble A-rollin' through my breast As long as I'm a-livin', boys They ain't a-gonna let me rest (chorus) This time tomorrow morning Where do you reckon I'll be Down in some lonesome valley Just swinging from a white oak tree You can take down my old violin And play it all you please For at this time tomorrow morning It'll be of no use to me (chorus) I know they're gonna hang me Tomorrow I'll be dead Though I never even harmed a hair On poor little Laurie's head In this world and one more Then reckon where I'll be If it wasn't for Sheriff Grayson I'd be in Tennesee (chorus)

Lonnie Donegan & Elton John - Puttin' on the Style (1977)

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Lonnie Donegan - The King of Skiffle - recorded an album with all-star friends in 1977. Elton John played piano on a couple of tracks - this one, the title track "Puttin' on the Style" and also on the song "Diggin' My Potatoes". Both were skiffle classics from the fifties. Ray Cooper played percussion. Some of the other tracks featured Ringo Starr, Brian May, Ronnie Wood, Nicky Hopkins, Leo Sayer.... Lonnie Donegan was a huge musical influence on all of these musicians and many more. He died in 2002. This recording was taken from the original vinyl!

DIGGIN' MY POTATOES -1954 - Chris Barber - Lonnie Donegan

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Very early recording of the Skiffle King at the National Jazz Festival singing the vocal with the Chris Barber Skiffle Group.

Lonnie Donegan - Puttin On The Style (1957)

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Puttin' On the Style was a 1957 hit for skiffle artist Lonnie Donegan. It was recorded live at the London Palladium and released as a double A side along with Gamblin' Man and reached #1 in the UK charts in June and July 1957, where it spent two weeks in this position.This was the last record to reach the top of the charts that was only released in 78 format,the original Pye Nixa does not exist in 7" format although was re-released on a 7". The song was written by Norman Cazden, and produced by Alan Freeman and Michael Barclay.

HOW LONG, HOW LONG BLUES by Lonnie Donegan and his Skiffle Group 1956

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HOW LONG, HOW LONG BLUES by Lonnie Donegan Skiffle Group 1956

Precious Lord Take My Hand-1954-Chris Barber &Lonnie Donegan

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Musical drive through the snowdrops cwms (valleys) of Pembrokeshire

Lonnie Donegan and his Skiffle Group 'Tom Dooley' 78 RPM

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Lonnie's version of the Kingsmen's US #1, the earliest known recorded version is by Grayson and Whitter from 1929 although the song probably dates from shortly after the events. The song is probably based on the 1866 murder of Laura Foster by her fiance Tom Dula (pronounced Dooley). Foster was stabbed to death, Dula stated on the Gallow he hadn't harmed her but still deserved to die, sparking speculation that he was covering for his lover Anne Melton. Tom Dula was hanged on 1st May 1868.

Lonnie Donegan - Lonnie's Skiffle Party 1 (1958)

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From a 1958 45 rpm single on Pye Records, Lonnie Donegan and his skiffle group play a medley of American and British folk songs: 1) Little Liza Jane; 2) Puttin' On The Style; 3) Camptown Races; 4) Knees Up Mother Brown.

Precious Memories - Dickie Bishop with The Lonnie Donegan Skiffle Group

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"Donegan on Stage" outtake - 1957

Lonnie Donegan & His Skiffle Group - How Long How Long Blues bw Don't You Rock Me Daddy O

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King of SKIFFLE The great version of Leroy Carr MERCURY 71026 (1956)

Skiffle Minstrels -King of Western Swing

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The Skiffle Minstrels at The Sportmen's Tavern in Buffalo, New York on 12-3-2010

Crufts 2015 international freestyle - Harriot Skiffle King and Lucy Creek

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Skiffle and Lucy dancing their way to a second place in the international freestyle competition at Crufts 2015. Music used is Leaning on a Lamppost by the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain. This was Skiffle's third full day of competing at Crufts having already won the British Freestyle and Heelwork to music.

THE SKIFFLE TRAMPS

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CELEBRATING 60 YEARS OF SKIFFLE MUSIC 1958 - 2018 The original and only SKIFFLE TRAMPS band was “born” when five teenage boys met 1958 at their high school in Hamburg. At that time Skiffle, the forerunner of Rock’n Roll started a music revolution that spread from England out over Europe. THE BEATLES too began their career as “The Quarrymen” Skiffle group in Liverpool. This was before they came to Hamburg and eventually conquered the music world. Skiffle was inspired by North American country music, rhythm blues and gospel, which was played on simple, affordable instruments such as a washboard and tea chest bass in addition to guitars, banjo, and sometimes violin. THE SKIFFLE TRAMPS performed successfully from 1959 to 1964 in Hamburg and on concert tours around Germany. They played in many TV shows and live radio broadcasts. The highlights of their career included a jazz competition in the famous Hamburg Music Hall. Their performance was so captivating that a Jazz magazine wrote: "The SKIFFLE TRAMPS from Hamburg as the only participating vocal Group of the evening had out classed their competition. What their lead singer Jens (Jimmy) Kögel had displayed of vocal sophistication, was hard to beat by the other bands". Subsequently, they qualified to participate at the 1960 Jazz festival in Dusseldorf. Almost five decades later - THE SKIFFLE TRAMPS came together again. Their first public concert took place at Simon’s Pub in Malta in November 2017. Now, a happy group of senior musicians, they are planning more concerts while commemorating their heroes of the past – such as the VIPERS, Chas. McDevitt Skiffle Group and above all Lonnie Donegan, the real "King" of Skiffle.

Lonnie Donegan - The Battle of New Orleans (Live)

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🤍 Lonnie Donegan sings "The Battle of New Orleans" on "Putting on the Donegan" (1960)

Lonnie Donegan And His Skiffle Group - Love Is Strange (Jody Williams, Bo Diddley)

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From '' Lonnie Donegan Hit Parade Vol. II '' Label: Pye Nixa ‎– NEP.24040 Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, EP Country: UK Released: 1957 Tracklist A1 Cumberland Gap A2 Love Is Strange B1 Don't You Rock Me Daddy-O B2 I'm Alabammy Bound Vocals – Lonnie Donegan Guitar – Denny Wright, Lonnie Donegan Drums – Nicky Nicholls Bass – Micky Ashman Engineer [Balance] – Joe Meek Supervised By – Denis Preston "Love is Strange" was a crossover hit by American rhythm and blues duet Mickey & Sylvia, which was released in late November 1956 by the Groove record label. The song was based on a guitar riff by Jody Williams. The song was written by Bo Diddley under the name of his wife at the time, Ethel Smith, and was recorded by Bo and Buddy Holly, among others. The guitar riff was also used by Dave "Baby" Cortez in his 1962 instrumental song "Rinky Dink", also credited to Diddley. Background and recordings At a concert at Howard Theatre in Washington, D.C. Mickey and Sylvia heard Jody Williams play a guitar riff that Williams had played on Billy Stewart's debut single "Billy's Blues". "Billy's Blues" was released as a single in June 1956 and the instrumentation combined a regular blues styling with Afro-Cuban styling. Sylvia Robinson claims that she and Mickey Baker wrote the lyrics, while Bo Diddley claims that he wrote them. The first recorded version of "Love Is Strange" was performed by Bo Diddley, who recorded his version on May 24, 1956 with Jody Williams on lead guitar. This version was not released until its appearance on I'm a Man: The Chess Masters, 1955–1958 in 2007. Mickey & Sylvia's version was recorded several months later on October 17, 1956. In 1962, a second studio recording was made at Bell Sound Studios in NYC with legendary drummer Bernard " Pretty " Purdie. At the age of 18, this would be Purdie's first paid session work. Bernard "Pretty" Purdie would become the most recorded drummer in history, inspiring and recording actively to date. The song is noted for its spoken dialogue section which goes as follows: "Sylvia!" "Yes, Mickey." "How do you call your Lover Boy?" "Come here, Lover Boy!" "And if he doesn't answer?" "Oh, Lover Boy!" "And if he still doesn't answer?" "I simply say..." (Sung) "Baby/ Oh baby/ My sweet baby/ You're the one." (The sung part is repeated with Mickey singing the harmony.) (This is followed by a repeat of the instrumental section before the song's fade.) Charts and accolades "Love Is Strange" peaked at #1 Billboard magazine's R&B Singles chart and #11 on the Hot 100. In 2004 "Love Is Strange" was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame for its influence as a rock and roll single. The song was featured in Dirty Dancing and included on the soundtrack, which is one of the best-selling albums of all time. It also gained a following after appearing in Deep Throat. The song was also featured in Casino, and the Terrence Malick film Badlands. The song also is played in the 2000 HBO hit show "The Sopranos", season two, episode 6 (The Happy Wanderer). Mickey and Sylvia's version is heard in a 2013 TV commercial for Nationwide Insurance. Cover versions Charting versions In 1967, Peaches & Herb's version of the song charted on both Billboard's Hot 100 and R&B Singles charts peaking at #13 and 16, respectively. Their version does feature the spoken dialogue and the repeated phrases, similar to the Mickey and Sylvia version. Buddy Holly recorded a version of "Love is Strange" that was not released until 1969, a decade after his death. His version reached #115 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart and #76 on the RPM 100. In 1971, the song was covered by Paul McCartney on his Wings album Wild Life. In 1975, Buck Owens and Susan Raye had a Top 20 country hit with the song. The song was also covered in 1990 by Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton. The recording, the title cut of Rogers' Love Is Strange album, was released as a single, and reached #21 on the U.S. country singles chart. The Everly Brothers released a rendition in 1965 as a single, which reached # 11 in the UK in 1965, and on their Beat & Soul album.

Lonnie Donegan - Love Is Strange

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Lonnie, the King of Skiffle gives us his version of Love is Strange

Maida Vale Skiffle King part 1

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The one and only performance by Skiffle King Rockin Bob with SAS BAND - Spike's All Stars

The one and only Skiffle Kings!

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Santa Eulalia, Ibiza June 2011

Cain Skiffle / King Cain

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Provided to YouTube by Redeye Worldwide Cain Skiffle / King Cain · Tim Heidecker Cainthology (Songs In The Key Of Cain) ℗ Two Pies ASCAP Released on: 2011-11-08 Artist: Tim Heidecker Auto-generated by YouTube.

Ottilie Patterson & Lonnie Donegan

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Ottilie Patterson & Lonnie Donegan sing "When I Move to the Sky". Since Lonnie introduces Ottilie, I assume it's from a TV show of his. Anyone know any more?

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