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8 thoughts on “ Dancing Funky - Spooky & Sue - Spooky & Sue (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. "Spooky" was originally an instrumental song by saxophonist Mike Sharpe (Shapiro) which first charted in hitting #57 on the US pop charts. It's best known version was created by The Classics IV when guitarist James Cobb and producer Buddy Buie added lyrics .
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Spooky & Sue - Spooky & Sue at Discogs. Complete your Spooky & Sue collection/5(10).
  3. Spooky Tooth-Spooky Two - vinyl Spooky & Sue You Talk Too Much / Dancing Funky. 45" Single Německo kat. číslo: MC soul, funk. Cena: CZK Spooky Two. 33" LP Nizozemsko Lbl.: Island Records ‎– 88 XAT kat. číslo: AD rock. Cena: CZK.
  4. The same year saw the release of Belong, the first Spooky single on Deviant Records, which Sasha later used on his mix album Involver. A white label single, Andromeda, was released in [1] A single entitled Strange Addiction was given a limited release in on Spooky's new self-owned label, zionawareliwarfocomlisabziapo.coinfo
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  6. 7" Single on 45cat: Spooky And Sue - You Talk Too Much / Dancing Funky - Negram - Netherlands - NG
  7. Spooky And Sue A: Swinging On A Star B: Ain't It Good: Ariola Germany: 13 AT: 7" 0: Spooky And Sue A: You Talk Too Much B: Dancing Funky: Ariola Germany: 16 AT: 7" 0: Spooky And Sue A: Do You Dig It B: Dancing: EMI Germany: 1C 7" 0: Spooky And Sue A: You Have Got What It Takes B: Romeo And Juliet: EMI.
  8. SWINGING SOUL MACHINE. Swinging Soul Machine was a soul orchestra from Rotterdam featuring Iwan "Spooky" Groeneveld (voc, to Spooky & Sue), Jan Warby (b), Wim Warby (s,fl), Mac Sell (g), Jan Bliek (dr) and Paul Vink (o,p).The group existed from till , when Spooky left and the band changed its name to Machine, in order to steer the music in the direction of heavy rock.

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