The Swingin' Medallions - Anthology. Not surprisingly, this album opens with "Double Shot (Of My Baby's Love)," and the two minutes and 21 seconds of inspired craziness that in 1966 gave the Medallions their sole taste of national fame. Three decades later, the number Bruce Springsteen once called "the greatest fraternity rock song of all time" still delivers the goods: a wonderful, cheesy-sounding organ; wild party sounds; and a deliberately sloppy vocal about how "it wasn't wine that I had too much of/It was a "double shot" of my baby's.
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Anthology - Студийный альбом от Swingin’ Medallions. Вышел Неизвестно В альбом вошло 18 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 49:03. The Boys Are Back in Town. 3. Swingin’ Medallions. What Kind of Fool (Do You Think I Am). 02:27. 4.
Anthology Swingin' Medallions. I grew up and attended college (1965-70) with these guys in South Carolina, so I was there as it happened. I remember their releasing "Double Shot" on their own "4Sale" label, before they signed with Smash Records. First of all, tracks 1 thru 13 are all by the "original" Swingin' Medallions pictured here. Tracks 14 and 15 are by the current incarnation of the band, led by the founder of the group's twin sons
I Want to Be Your Guy, 02:38.
The rest of Anthology is a mishmash, and no wonder: despite the cover billing, only part of the album is by the original Medallions, who survived from 1963 to 1967. The rest comes from several successor bands, including the Pieces of Eight, a group formed in 1967 that contains several veterans of the original group; and a 1990s outfit that uses the original band's moniker but includes only one of its members.
The Swingin' Medallions are an American beach music group from Greenwood, South Carolina. The band was formed as The Medallions in 1962 adding the "Swingin'" in 1965; possibly as a tribute to the Swingin' Travelers, an R&B group popular in South Carolina in the late 1950s and early 1960s. In 1967, Brent Fortson and Steve Caldwell left the band and with six members of The Tassles out of North Carolina formed the Pieces of Eight. Johnny Cox and Hack Bartley replaced the two at saxophones.
The Swingin' Medallions' CD: Anthology: Double Shot (Of My Baby's Love). That success earned them their lone album titled Double Shot (Smash MGS-27083) which also came out in 1966 (reaching 88 on the album charts) containing 1. Double Shot (Of My Baby's Love) (2:13); 2. Louie, Louie (2:44); 3. That's When I Like It (1:55); 4. Wooly Bully (2:19); 5. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (2
The Swingin' Medallions are an American beach music group from Greenwood, South Carolina.
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|1||Double Shot (Of My Baby's Love)|
|2||She Drives Me Out Of My Mind|
|3||Hey Hey Baby|
|4||I Want To Be Your Guy|
|6||Come Back Girl|
|7||You Gotta Have Faith|
|10||What Kind Of Fool (Do You Think I Am)|
|11||Hang On Sloopy|
|14||I'm Gonna Make Her Mine|
|16||Willie Don't Play That Saxophone|
|17||Shaggin' In The Moonlight|
|18||The Boys Are Back In Town|
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|Ripete 5145||The Swingin' Medallions*||Anthology (CD, Comp)||Ripete Records||Ripete 5145||2007|