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Senator Bobby / Senator Everett McKinley - Wild Thing Album

Senator Bobby / Senator Everett McKinley - Wild Thing Album
Performer:
Senator Bobby / Senator Everett McKinley
Album:
Wild Thing
Style:
Novelty, Parody
Released:
1966
Country:
US
Label:
Parkway
Catalog:
P-127
FLAC size:
1701 mb
MP3 size:
2606 mb
WMA size:
2994 mb


Tracklist


1Senator Everett McKinleyWild Thing
Written-By – Chip Taylor
2:30
2Senator BobbyWild Thing
Written-By – Chip Taylor
2:30


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
P-127Senator Bobby / Senator Everett McKinley Senator Bobby / Senator Everett McKinley - Wild Thing ‎(7")ParkwayP-127US1966
PY-713Senator Bobby / Senator Everett McKinley Senator Bobby / Senator Everett McKinley - Wild Thing ‎(7", Single)ParkwayPY-713Australia1966
19324 ATSenator Bobby / Senator Everett McKinley Senator Bobby / Senator Everett McKinley - Wild Thing ‎(7", Single)Ariola19324 ATGermany1966
P-127XSenator Bobby / Senator Everett McKinley Senator Bobby / Senator Everett McKinley - Wild Thing ‎(7")ParkwayP-127XCanada1966
P-127Senator Bobby / Senator Everett McKinley Senator Bobby / Senator Everett McKinley - Wild Thing ‎(7")ParkwayP-127US1966


Notes


yellow label variation with orange (almost) octagon.


Barcodes


  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): Parkway 127-A-1B J.A.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B ruout etched): Parkway 127-B-1B J.A.


Companies


  • Published By – Blackwood Music Inc.


Album


William Bill Minkin is an American comedian, singer, and recording artist who performed political satire under the names Senator Bobby and Senator Everett McKinley. In 1967, Parkway Records released a 45 rpm single of Minkin singing two versions of the hit song, Wild Thing. On side one, Minkin uses the alias Senator Bobby in his impression of Democratic US Senator Robert Kennedy singing Wild Thing. On side two, the comedian uses the alias Senator Everett McKinley in his impression of Republican. Parodynovelty of Chip Taylor's Wild Thing sung by comedian Bill free to Senator Bobby, Senator Everett McKinley Wild Thing Wild Thing, Wild thing. 2 tracks 5:00. Wild Thing is a song written by American songwriter Chip Taylor and popularized by the English rock band the Troggs. It was originally recorded and released by the American rock band the Wild Ones in 1965, but it did not chart. The Troggs' single reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and number two on the UK Singles Chart in 1966. Their version of Wild Thing was ranked at number 257 on the Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. It has also been performed by many. Artist: Senator Everett McKinley, Song: Wild Thing, Duration: 2:35, File type: mp3. Senator Bobby en Senator Everett McKinley Dirksen Mellow yellow. download 2:35. Senator Everett McKinley Wild Thing. download 2:36. Wild Thing from Senator Bobby, Senator Everett McKinley 1962 7inch. And other albums from Senator Bobby, Senator Everett McKinley are available on sale at Recordsale. Wild Thing. During 11 years as his party's Senate floor leader, Illinois Republican Everett McKinley Dirksen became more closely identified in the public mind with the U. Senate than any other senator of his time. His physical appearance, his dramatic flair, his cathedral-organ voice: all these attributes made him the personification of radio entertainer Fred Allen's fictional 1940s Senator Claghorn. He was the grand marshal of the Tournament of Roses parade he pioneered a televised weekly press conference with his House counterpart and, with a narrative album entitled Gallant Me. Artist: Senator Bobby. Album: Mindrocker - A US-Punk Anthology, Vol. 11 Remastered, 2012. French singer Amanda Lear recorded Wild Thing for her comeback album Secret Passion and added a synthpop feel to it. The single was produced by Christian De Walden and released in 1987. The flip side of the Senator Bobby 45 featured Senator Everett McKinley an impression of Republican Senator Everett McKinley Dirksen doing the same song the initial voiceover by the recording engineer encourages Senator Bobby to respond to his hit single the Senator Everett McKinley version also had some radio airplay at the time


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