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The Shin-Diggers


Shindig / Station Break



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The Shin-Diggers - Shindig / Station Break album download

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A Shindig
Written-By – Johnny Pate
B Station Break
Written-By – Johnny Pate

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
10612 The Shin-Diggers Shindig / Station Break ‎(7", Single, Promo) ABC-Paramount 10612 US 1965
10612 The Shin-Diggers Shindig / Station Break ‎(7", Single) ABC-Paramount 10612 US 1965

And here it is! The fastest-moving record in your collection! ABC-Paramount Records' own "SHINDIG!" Mono- ABC-504 Stereo- ABCS-504. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All.

ABC-Paramount Album Discography, Part 5 ABCS-500 to 599 (1964-1967) By David Edwards, Patrice Eyries, and Mike Callahan Last update: November 5, 2005.

The Shin-diggers' assistant choreographer was Antonia Basilotta, better known as Toni Basil, who later gained fame with her 1980s hit song "Mickey The series house band, the Shin-diggers (later renamed the Shindogs), featured a young Glen Campbell, Joey Cooper, Chuck Blackwell (drums), Billy Preston, James Burton, Delaney Bramlett, Larry Knechtel (on bass), Leon Russell (on piano) and Glen D. Hardin. that good Ol' Texas boy was way more popular in England than the USA. Rimbaud, Sep 9, 2015.

The "Diggers' Song" (also known as "Levellers and Diggers") is a 17th-century English ballad, in terms of content a protest song concerned with land rights, inspired by the Diggers movement, composed by Gerrard Winstanley. The lyrics were published in 1894 by the Camden Society. It is sung to a version of the family of tunes later used for "Sam Hall", "Captain Kidd", and "Admiral John Benbow", which according to Roy Palmer was first printed in 1714

The Shin-Diggers, the requisite dance crew, were choreographed by David Winters - who also led the dancers for the rival Hullabaloo. Glen Campbell, Leon Russell and Billy Preston were formidable names cutting their teeth in the house band. Shindig! took outings to England, and was best remembered for its Beatles appearances. But let's watch Little Eva rocking her only known television performance of "The Loco-Motion.

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