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McCoys, The - Hang On Sloopy Album
McCoys, The - Hang On Sloopy Album
Performer: McCoys, The
Title: Hang On Sloopy
Label: Bang Records
Country: US
Released: 1965
Style: Psychedelic Rock, Pop Rock
Cat: BLP-212
Rating: 4.2/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2370 mb | MP3 size: 1481 mb | WMA size: 1099 mb
Genre: Rock / Pop

1All I Really Want To Do
Written-By – Bob Dylan
2Meet The McCoys2:00
3High Heel Sneakers
Written-By – Robert Higginbotham
4Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday's Just As Bad)
Written-By – A. Walker
5Papa's Got A Brand New Bag
Written-By – James Brown
Written-By – Eddie Cooley, John Davenport
7Hang On Sloopy
Written-By – Bert Russell, Wes Farrell
8If You Tell A Lie
Written-By – Feldman, Goldstein, Gottehrer
9I Don't Mind
Written-By – James Brown
10I Can't Help Fallin' In Love
Written-By – Weiss, Peretti, Creatore
11Stubborn Kind Of Fellow
Written-By – Gordy, Gaye, Stevenson
12I Can't Explain It
Written-By – Feldman, Goldstein, Gottehrer
Written-By – Feldman, Goldstein, Gottehrer


  • Arranged By, ConductorBassett Hand
  • Artwork [Front Cover]Burt Portnoy
  • EngineerEddie Smith , Gordy Clark, Stanley Weiss
  • ProducerBob Feldman, Jerry Goldstein, Richard Gottehrer


On the back cover track A1 is not mentioned.


Hang On Sloopy is the debut studio album by The McCoys, released in 1965. It reached 44 on the Billboard Top LPs chart. The album featured two singles: Hang On Sloopy, which reached 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, and Fever, which reached 7. All songs written and composed by Bob Feldman, Jerry Goldstein, and Richard Gottehrer except where noted. Meet the McCoys 2:00. Hang On Sloopy Wes FarrellBert Russell 2:57. Fever Eddie CooleyJohn Davenport 2:47. Hang on Sloopy - The McCoys. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. This Indiana group was still in high school when they were tapped by the Strangeloves production team of Feldman-Goldstein-Gottehrer as a vehicle for On Sloopy. The McCoys - Hang On Sloopy 1965. To favorites 4 Download album. Listen album. Pop-Rock Psychedelic Rock. The McCoys. Released in UK on Immediate Records IMLP 001. Songs in album The McCoys - Hang On Sloopy 1965. The McCoys - Meet The Mccoys. The McCoys - Hang On Sloopy. The McCoys - Fever. The McCoys - Sorrow. The McCoys - If You Tell A Lie. The McCoys - I Don't Mind. The McCoys - Stubborn Kind Of Fellow. Album 1965 13 Songs. Hang on Sloopy. Rock 1965. Meet the McCoys. Watch the video for Hang On Sloopy from The McCoys's The Boat That Rocked for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. It was written by Wes Farrell and Bert Russell and is named for singer Dorothy Sloop 1913-1998, who used the name Sloopy on stage. The song has become a mainstay in the State of Ohio, and with The Ohio State University. OSU's Marching Band played it in the fall of 1965, after a student begged the director to try it. After hearing the crowd's reaction, the band began playing it at every OSU home football game, as well as other sporting and campus events, a tradition that continu read more. Hang On Sloopy is a 1964 song by Wes Farrell and Bert Berns, originally titled My Girl Sloopy. It was first recorded and made a hit by R&B vocal group the Vibrations. When the rock band the McCoys covered it in 1965, the song peaked at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number five on the UK Singles Chart. According to Rick Derringer, the original version of Sloopy was written by a high school kid in St. Louis and sold to Bert Russell, also known as Bert Berns. The inspiration for the. Hang On Sloopy. Released 1965. Hang On Sloopy Tracklist. Hang On Sloopy Lyrics. Hang On Sloopy Q&A. Label Bang Records. The McCoys' debut album in 1965 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 feel of the rest of the album. That's still the case some 40-plus years later. Meet The McCoys Album Version. I Can't Explain It Album Version. Sorrow Album Version