Artículos con la etiqueta "roger miller"

Music · 10/02/2018
"(And You Had a) Do-Wacka-Do" is a song by American country artist Roger Miller, released in 1965. The expression "do-wacka-do" is a funny way of saying "do-like-I-do". The song expresses envy in a humorous way. The lyrics are written like a letter to a friend or possibly a former friend ("I hear tell you're doing well, good things have come to you ...") with whom the singer would like to trade places ("I wish I had your good luck charm, and you had a do-wacka-do, wacka-do, wacka-do, wacka-do,
Music · 09/17/2018
Roger Miller sings "Dang Me," "Chug-A-Lug" and "You Can't Rollerskate In A Buffalo Herd" on the season premiere of ABC's "The Jimmy Dean Show." "Dang Me" is a song by American country music artist Roger Miller, and 1964's Grammy Award winner for Best Country & Western Song. It was Miller's first chart-topping country hit and first Top Ten pop music hit, and it was a novelty song whose "jazzy instrumental section" helped make it "the quintessential example of Miller's lighthearted humor, which b
Music · 08/10/2018
"England Swings (Like a Pendulum Do)" is a 1965 country music song written and performed by Roger Miller. The single was Miller's eleventh hit on the US country chart where it peaked at number three.On the Billboard Hot 100, it peaked at number eight and was Miller's second number one on the Easy Listening chart. Petula Clark (from the Colour My World album)and Pat Boone both released cover versions in 1967. The title refers to Swinging London, a popular term for the progressive youth-centric c
Music · 04/15/2018
"Engine Engine #9" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Roger Miller. It was released in May 1965 as the lead single from the album, The 3rd Time Around. The song peaked at number 2 on the U.S. country singles chart.
Music · 11/27/2017
Thumbs Carllile And Roger Miller Guitar Instrumental on Tennessee Ernie Ford Show. Kenneth Ray Carllile, better known as Thumbs Carllile (Carlisle in some collections), known for his zither-style fingerstyle playing, sitting with his guitar in his lap while fretting, picking and strumming with his fingers and thumbs. He performed with Little Jimmy Dickens at the Grand Ole Opry in the early 1950s, and was a member of Roger Miller's band from 1964 to 1972.