(Lets Do) The Hully Gully Twist - Bill Doggett And His Combo* - Special Twist 2 - 3,046 People Danced Til 4 A.M. To Bill Doggett And His Combo (Vinyl)

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  1. Hully Gully Lyrics: A there's a dance spreadin' round like an awful disease / Hully, Hully Gully / Oh well you shake your shoulders and you wiggle your knees / Hully, Hully Gully / This dance goin. Reply
  2. BILL DOGGETT - (Let's Do) The Hully Gully Twist [Warner Bros. ] by NIGHT BEAT RECORDS Bill Doggett - (Let's Do) The Hully Gully Twist (Butler, Doggett) / Nov US. Reply
  3. Samuzshura
    Bill Doggett. Bill Doggett, born in Philadelphia, became a pianist in Jimmy Gorham's Band in , and the band's leader in He soon relinquished the position to Lucky Millinder, though remaining with the band until when he suc-ceeded Bill Davis in Louis Jordan's Tympani 5. Reply
  4. Bill Doggett, William Ballard Doggett, född 16 februari i Philadelphia, död 13 november Amerikansk jazz- och rhythm and blues-pianist och cosgowebmoheatrighlassmaracrawahe.coinfo som barn lärde han sig spela piano och bildade sitt första band vid 15 års ålder. I Sverige är han känd som upphovsman till Tio i topps signaturmelodi, (Let’s Do) The Hully Gully Twist. Reply
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  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Special Twist 1 - 3, People Danced 'Til 4 A.M. To Bill Doggett And His Combo on Discogs.1/5(1). Reply
  7. Arashijinn
    The Hully Gully Twist By Bill Doggett. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. The Hully Gully Twist. Featured on The Hully Gully Twist. More by Bill Doggett. Dogg's Groove. Lionel Hampton Presents: Bill Doggett ' In a Mellow Tone. Bill's Honky Tonk. 28 Big Ones. Reply
  8. For the song, see Hully Gully (song). The Hully Gully is a type of unstructured line dance often considered to have originated in the sixties, but is also mentioned some forty years earlier as a dance common in the black juke joints in the first part of the twentieth century. In its modern form it consisted of a series of "steps" that are called out by the MC. Reply

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