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  1. "Louie Louie" is by some accounts the world's most recorded rock song with estimates ranging from over 1, to more than 2, This is a discography of documented cover versions and performances available on various media including vinyl, tape, CD, video, film, radio, television, and digital download. Also included are alternate releases of historically significant versions, plus documented.
  2. "Louie Louie" is by some accounts the world's most recorded rock song with published estimates ranging from over 1, to more than 2, This is a discography of documented cover versions and performances available on various media including vinyl, tape, CD, video, film, radio, television, and digital download. Also included are alternate releases of historically significant versions, plus.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Love That Louie: The Louie Louie Files on Discogs.
  4. The "Louie Louie" saga is about as interesting as any song's journey through the rock & roll folk process. Its arrangement evolved several times via several cover versions between the time author Richard Berry did the first one in and the Kingsmen had a number two hit with it in Since then it's been covered innumerable times, of course.
  5. CD £ Rockabilly Psychosis And The Garage Disease. Psych / Garage. LP £ Impressed: 24 Groups Inspired By The Impressions. 60s Soul. CD £ Love That Louie: The Louie Louie Files. Rock'n'Roll. CD £ Uptight Tonight: The Ultimate 60s Garage Collection. Psych / Garage. CD £ Girls Girls Girls: A Collection Of Dream.
  6. Read and write album reviews for The Best of Louie Louie, Vol. 2 - Various Artists on AllMusic.
  7. 8. Eddie & the Subtitles. On the original vinyl version of this album (which I own), there was a version of Louie Louie performed by legendary punk band Black Flag. On the CD release, it was replaced by a version of "Louie, Louie" performed by obscure punk band Eddie & /5(6).
  8. According to lead singer Jack Ely, the studio had a foot ceiling with a microphone suspended from it. Ely claims that was the cause of the "garbled" lyrics, but Paul Revere and the Raiders recorded their version of "Louie Louie" in the same studio the day after the Kingsmen's session and their partly ad-libbed lyrics are clearly heard.

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