Originally Posted by Z Cars
louis armstrong..what a wonderful world
grocer jack...keith baker
Lots of 60s tunes including Johnny kid and the Pirates.
Kidd and the Pirates' finest moment might have been the powerful song "Shakin' All Over", which features memorable opening guitars and solo from Joe Moretti (born Joseph Edward Moretti, 10 May 1938, Glasgow, Strathclyde, Scotland), (who also featured on the follow up "Restless"), and reached number one in the UK singles charts in 1960. The song and the group's proto-power trio line-up both made a strong impression on The Who, who would cover it in their 1970 album Live at Leeds, whose CD liner notes proclaim the original to be the UK's best pre-Beatles rock single. Music critics Roy Carr and Tony Tyler would later write that "Shakin' All Over" was the second-ever genuine British rock classic, following Cliff Richard's "Move It".
The distinctive 'Shakin' effect on the track, was created by Joe Moretti sliding Brian Gregg's cigarette lighter very fast up and down the guitar strings.
With that user name not so much a song but a tune that also comes to mind as a great memory of RP.