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Someone know this song?
esno
post Jun 4 2003, 13:39
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First of all: Hello there.. laugh.gif

Second: Does someone know this song here? *Click*

I tried finding the lyrics via google, but I can't get some usefull infos. So, you guys, the music-experts, are my last chance. wink.gif

Thank you so much in advance.. smile.gif
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Daffy
post Jun 4 2003, 14:36
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huh.gif Uh, I think this belongs in the off topic forum. And sorry, I can't help you.

Also, welcome to the forum. Read the rules, sticky threads, and faq and you'll be alright.
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post Jun 4 2003, 19:30
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Possible "Come On Over" by The Strollers (1961)


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post Jun 4 2003, 20:25
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Thanks to you guys.. was looking for this song so bad! smile.gif
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post Jun 5 2003, 10:54
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If you have an idea of the title, such as Come On Over, I suggest you search for the song or the albums it is on in one of the online CD shops that offers excerpts/samples for download. You can check that it's the same song and then order it if you want. Some CD shops offer only the first few tracks as excerpts, while some offer a bit of every track (but they might not have so many rare albums). If it's on more than one album, e.g. compilations, this might enable you to find it.

All Music Guide, www.allmusic.com is a fairly big database of artists, songs and albums, and they also have a link to "Buy This Album" which includes many excerpts.
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esno
post Jun 5 2003, 16:28
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Thanks rocketsauce for the nice try, but too bad this isn't the right song. sad.gif
But thanks anyway..

And thanks go out to DickD, of course too, thanks, the site is really cool. smile.gif


Maybe somebody knows this song?
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post Jun 5 2003, 19:34
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Sounds like "Shout", but with different words.


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post Jun 5 2003, 20:08
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QUOTE (indybrett @ Jun 5 2003 - 10:34 AM)
Sounds like "Shout", but with different words.

Thanks, but do you know the group/singer or is this the group?


But thanks, I hope its the right one. smile.gif
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post Jun 5 2003, 22:42
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esno,

I think that Indybrett means that your excerpt sounds like a part of the song "Shout" by the Isley Brothers (1959). And it does, but these guys are definitely not the Isley Brothers, and the words are completely different. It also sounds like there are automobile revving noises in the excerpt. As near as I can tell, the lyrics in your song go,

Heeeey...
(Hey!) What it is now?
(Hey!) What you doin?
(Hey!) Where you goin?
(Hey!) What you want?
(Hey!) Little sister,
(Hey!) Who's your brother?
(Hey!) Come on over,
(Hey!) My friend...
Come on over (Come on over)
And let's get wild now (Let's get wild now)...


I can't find these lyrics in any convenient lyrics search engine either. But I can offer one clue as to the time frame -- assuming that I'm hearing the line, "What it is now?" correctly, that is a very recent slang construction in English -- not more than five years old, I would guess (but a younger and hipper guy than I could give you a better estimate).
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post Jun 6 2003, 18:41
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QUOTE (mrosscook @ Jun 5 2003 - 01:42 PM)
esno, 

I think that Indybrett means that your excerpt sounds like a part of  the song "Shout" by the Isley Brothers (1959).  And it does, but these guys are definitely not the Isley Brothers, and the words are completely different.  It also sounds like there are automobile revving noises in the excerpt.  As near as I can tell, the lyrics in your song go,

Heeeey...
(Hey!) What it is now?
(Hey!) What you doin?
(Hey!) Where you goin?
(Hey!) What you want?
(Hey!) Little sister,
(Hey!) Who's your brother?
(Hey!) Come on over,
(Hey!) My friend...
Come on over (Come on over)
And let's get wild now (Let's get wild now)...


I can't find these lyrics in any convenient lyrics search engine either.  But I can offer one clue as to the time frame -- assuming that I'm hearing the line,  "What it is now?" correctly, that is a very recent slang construction in English -- not more than five years old, I would guess (but a younger and hipper guy than I could give you a better estimate).

Jesus Christ, what a post. wink.gif

But maybe it's not even a song, maybe its something cutted for a movie, or whatever.

But thank you so much for you effort.. maybe, one day, I will find it. laugh.gif smile.gif
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post Jun 6 2003, 19:16
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QUOTE (esno @ Jun 4 2003 - 07:39 AM)
Second: Does someone know this song here? *Click*

Hmm... I may be mistaken, but I think it might be "Come on Over" by a mid-sixties West Texas group called Finnicum. They released one single on the "Ruff" label (#1011) - Come On Over b/w On The Road Again - in 1966, and then faded into obscurity. The Garage Compilation Database lists that song as being on the following compilaitons:


[*] The Best Of Texas Flashback - CD (, 1998)

[*] Flashback #1 - LP (Flashback, 1980)

[*] Texas Flashbacks #1 - CD (Music Maniac, 1997)

... unfortunately I don't have any of those, or I'd double-check and verify this. I know that one is in the rotating playlist for BEYOND THE BEAT GENERATION: Deep inside the odd sixties!!, so if you listen it might show up there.

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