Harlow Wilcox And The Oakies - Groovy Grubworm album download
- Producer – Bobby Warren
- Written-By – B. Warren*, H. Wilcox*
|PL 28||Harlow Wilcox And The Oakies||Groovy Grubworm (7", Single)||Plantation Records||PL 28||US||1969|
|FK3343||Harlow Wilcox And The Oakies||Groovy Grubworm (7", Single)||Festival Records||FK3343||Australia||1969|
|PL 28||Harlow Wilcox And The Oakies||Groovy Grubworm (7", Single, Promo, Yel)||Plantation Records||PL 28||US||Unknown|
|PLA 28||Harlow Wilcox & The Oakies*||Groovy Grubworm (7", Single)||Plantation Records||PLA 28||US||1969|
|68-002||Harlow Wilcox||Groovy Grubworm / Sad Is The Lonely (7", Single, Mono)||Impel||68-002||US||1969|
Groovy Grubworm" is a 1969 instrumental by American session musician Harlow Wilcox. The lead single for his album Groovy Grubworm and Other Golden Guitar Greats, the track became Wilcox's sole charting hit, peaking at on the Billboard Hot 100. It also reached on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada.
Album · 1969 · 12 Songs. 2. Wipe Out. Harlow Wilcox. 3. Walk, Don't Run.
Harlow Wilcox & The Oakies. Groovy Grubworm And Other Golden Guitar Greats (LP, Album). Plantation Records, Bellaphon.
Redirected from Harlow Wilcox & the Oakies). Harlow Wilcox (January 28, 1943 – August 26, 2002) was an American session musician from Norman, Oklahoma. In 1969 he released the instrumental single "Groovy Grubworm" on Plantation Records (as Harlow Wilcox & the Oakies), which hit No. 30 on the . Billboard Hot 100 chart late that year. Groovy Grubworm" has sold over a million copies and was nominated for a Grammy in 1969
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