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OHIO EXPRESS - Yummy Yummy Yummy (1968)season episode season episode how politically incorrect guide to climate change disney princess rapunzels horse maximus
The pair met at the University of Arizona whilst Jerry was on a football scholarship and Jeff was his coach. Neither of them had any musical background, but they saw an opportunity to do something where no formal training and, for that matter, a lack of talent was no impediment for making them loads of money as long as it was organised properly. They teamed up with a teen whiz singer called Joey Levine and had him singing lead vocals on Simon Says which was written by a Jewish New York-born composer called Elliot Chiprut and produced by Super K. Jeff saw the words Fruitgum Company on a bubblegum wrapper and decided to put the song out under that group name. But there was no group, it was just Joey but when the song picked up airplay they brought in a group of rock musicians to tour. He and Joey got together and were soon turning out commercially packaged songs aimed specifically at the pre-teen market. It was very popular with the kids who had no interest in the more sophisticated music of day like Bob Dylan, The Byrds or The Doors, and who sought out music that was basically meaningless, but fun.
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The best known songs of Ohio Express including their best scoring single, "Yummy Yummy Yummy" were actually Sign in. Watch Queue Their version reached No. Pop Singles chart in June and No. It has since been covered by many artists. Yummy Sounds is a family run company and we love our baby!
The idea came to me after a nice meal and more than a few bottles of wine I think we were half way through a decent brandy with my daughter and my son in law. They are both in the music industry; he is a producer and she on the legal side. Discussion was about the great progress - indeed revolutionary - made in 'popular' music in the 60s and 70s. Son in Law then listed, and it was a long list, of some of the really, really crappy hits of the era. I was embarrassed that some of us oldsters had bought this tosh. From 60s and 70s 2. Met a guy who admitted that it was the first record he ever bought!
Yummy Yummy Yummy
Artists across the gamut of musical genres and styles recorded songs bearing the Lennon-McCartney imprint. Few of these non-rock artists enjoyed any notable commercial success with these attempts. - Their version reached No.
Yummy, Yummy, Yummy lyrics - Julie London
Yummy Yummy I got love in my tummy