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Pipkins, The - Gimme Dat Ding! Album FLAC

  • Performer: Pipkins, The
  • Album: Gimme Dat Ding!
  • Label: Capitol Records
  • Catalog #: ST-483
  • MP3: 1846 mb | FLAC: 2866 mb
  • Released: 1970
  • Country: US
  • Style: Blues Rock, Skiffle
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 649
  • Category: Rock
Pipkins, The - Gimme Dat Ding! Album FLAC

Tracklist

1Here Come De Kins
Written By – B. Burrows, C. Greenaway
2:47
2Busy Line
Written By – Semos-StantonWritten-By – Stanton, Semos
2:37
3You Can't Go Wrong
Written-By – Hammond-Hazlewood
2:09
4Yakety Yak
Written-By – Lieber-Stoller
2:41
5Are You Cookin' Goose?
Written-By – Hammond-Hazlewood
1:44
6The People Dat You Wanna Phone Ya!
Written-By – Hammond-Hazlewood
2:31
7Gimme Dat Ding
Written-By – Hammond-Hazlewood
2:11
8All You'll Ever Get From Me
Written-By – Cook-Greenaway
2:45
9My Baby Loves Lovin'
Written-By – Cook-Greenaway
3:41
10Sunny Honey Girl
Written By – C. Greenaway, H. Simons
3:22

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Hand Etched): ST-1-483-W1
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand Etched): ST-2-483-W1 #2

Info

Gimme Dat Ding is a split album by The Sweet side one and The Pipkins side two, released on EMI's budget record label, MFP Music For Pleasure in 1970. It is named after the 1970 song Gimme Dat Ding by the Pipkins. Gimme Dat Ding - The Pipkins. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Pipkins. Gimme Dat Ding. Albert Hammond, Mike Hazlewood. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. Songs in album The Pipkins - Gimme Dat Ding 1970. The Pipkins - Here Come De Kins. The Pipkins - Sunny Honey Girl. The Pipkins - Busy Line. The Pipkins - Yakety Yak. The Pipkins - Gimme Dat Ding. The Pipkins - The People Dat You Wanna Phone Ya 181. The Pipkins - My Baby Loves Lovin'. The Pipkins - Are You Cookin' Goose 172. Album 1970 8 Songs. Gimme Dat Ding The Pipkins. Gimme Dat Ding 1970. Charted: 6 9. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . The Pipkins were not a real group - the song was recorded by producer Roger Greenaway and session singer Tony Burrows. For live appearances, The Pipkins were Davey Sands and Len Marshall. This was used on the TV show Ally McBeal several times, for John Cage played by Peter MacNicol to do his Angry Dance to. Singer Tony Burrows told the story of the song to Mojo magazine August 2010: It was written for a children's TV programme called Oliver In The Underworld. From The Album. Play album. The Pipkins were a short-lived novelty duo best known for their hit song Gimme Dat Ding, which reached No. 6 in 1970. They were Roger Greenaway, best known as a member of several songwriting teams as evidenced by the track listing, and Tony Burrows, singer who had fronted several groups often simultaneously such as Edison Lighthouse, White Plains, and Brotherhood of Man. Gimme Dat Ding became the title song for the English children's television series Oliver In The Overworld. Side one was given over to then fledgling pop band the Sweet and features the A and B-sides of what were three commercially unsuccessful singles on Parlophone Records before the band finally found fame with Funny Funny released by RCA Records. Despite the cover shot of The Sweet featuring Andy Scott, he was not actually a band member until ". The Pipkins were a short-lived novelty duo, best known for their hit single Gimme Dat Ding Albert HammondMike Hazelwood, which reached No. 6 in the UK Singles Chart in 1970. They were Roger Greenaway, best known as a member of several songwriting teams as evidenced by the track listing, and Tony Burrows singer, who had fronted several groups often simultaneously such as Edison Lighthouse, White Plains, The First Class and Brotherhood of Man. The Pipkins Gimme Dat Ding Privat Hand Made Comp. Biography by Jason Ankeny