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Senator Bobby / Senator Everett McKinley - Wild Thing mp3

Senator Bobby / Senator Everett McKinley - Wild Thing mp3 Performer: Senator Bobby / Senator Everett McKinley
Album: Wild Thing
Country: US
Released: Dec 1966
Style: Novelty, Parody, Garage Rock
Label: Parkway
Genre: Rock / Pop
Catalog #: P-127
Size MP3: 1272 mb.
Rating: 4.0/5
Votes: 418
Record Source: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM




Tracklist


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


orange label variation without the yellow square.
℗ 1962 Cameo-Parkway Records, Inc.
Side A: P-127-A
Side B: P-127-B


Barcodes


  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): Parkway 127-A-1B J.A.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 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 Thing from Senator Bobby, Senator Everett McKinley 1962 7inch. And other albums from Senator Bobby, Senator Everett McKinley are available on sale at Recordsale. Watch the video for Wild thing from Senator Everett McKinley's The Hardly-Worthit Report for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar 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 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. SENATOR BOBBY Wild Thing 1967 UK 7 vinyl single with intact four prong centre, also including another version of Wild Thing by Senator Everett McKinley, both aliases of Comedian Bill Minkin, Cameo Parkway company. Listen to online Senator Bobby, Senator Everett McKinley - Wild Thing, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Buy Senator Bobby, Senator Everett McKinley - Wild Thing from authorized sellers. See also releases of Senator Bobby, Senator Everett McKinley: Click to release cover to see details: Wild Thing. The Bobby Sockers. Wild Thing. Songs that sampled Senator Everett McKinley's Wild Thing: Montage of Heck by Kurt Cobain 1988. Cover chain found The Troggs's Wild Thing is a cover of: Wild Thing by The Wild Ones 1965


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I have the same record but the copyright says 1962. Is this an incorrect release date?