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Little Richard
"Tutti Frutti" (1955), "Good Golly, Miss Molly" (1958)
Little Richard

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Posted by Bob Matthews at 5:44 pm (PDT) on Tue July 23, 2013   
Rock out, oldsters! Cool
http://www.mrtzcmp3.net/Shirley_And_Lee_I_Feel_Good_1s.html
(good ol' Shirl, still gloriously out of tune Smile).
Posted by Alan at 12:54 pm (PDT) on Tue July 23, 2013   
I'm fairly sure James Brown's is the only version of "I Feel Good."
Posted by Wingslinger at 10:07 am (PDT) on Fri July 19, 2013   
Hey, Bob Matthews.  Its funny, I was just playing my old 45 of "Keep A-Knockin'" a couple days ago and I had the exact same thought:  "Now THAT'S a real rocker!"
Posted by Wingslinger at 9:02 am (PDT) on Fri July 19, 2013   
I guess I only know James Brown's version of "I Feel Good."
Posted by Bob Matthews at 6:57 pm (PDT) on Thu July 18, 2013   
"I Feel Good" -- wasn't that Shirley & Lee?
Little Richard's "Keep A-Knockin'" -- now there's a rocker!!
Posted by Nerdylady at 3:27 pm (PDT) on Thu July 18, 2013   
I Feel Good... usually wakes me up!  Wink
Posted by Devil's Advocate at 12:46 am (PST) on Sun February 19, 2012   
Used to get my kids up with "Good Golly, Miss Molly" and "Tutti Frutti". They were not amused. Surprisingly, my kids like oldies---told me, "Mom, that's all you played."

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