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The Wah-Watusi

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  1. Faelabar says:
    "The Wah-Watusi" (Billboard #19) - what to listen for if you only remember this great tune and subsequent Top 5 hits from listening on a bargain-basement 6-transistor radio in the drums are unbelievably crisp sounding, the grooves are wonderful! [5 stars] "Don't Hang Up" (Billboard #4) - infectious, infectious, infectious! [5 stars]/5(36).
  2. Shakashicage says:
    21 rows · "The Wah-Watusi," "Don't Hang Up," and "South Street" each sold over one million copies, Genres: R&B Rock.
  3. Moogujind says:
    The Watusi is indigenous to southern Central Africa. The Watusi was a very popular solo dance done in the early 's. In , Ray Barretto released the album 'Charanga Moderna.'.
  4. Arara says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Orlons - The Wah-Watusi / Holiday Hill at Discogs. Complete your The Orlons collection.
  5. Kekora says:
    With five consecutive Top 20 hits, the Orlons were Cameo/Parkway's premier group, with the tight harmonies of Rosetta Hightower, Marlena Davis and Shirley Brickley offset by Steve Caldwell's froggy bass interjections. 's 'The Wah-Watusi', their first long-player, showcases each member on a collection of mostly covers, but the real Orlons masterpiece is 'South Street' from , by which /5(10).
  6. Meztishakar says:
    The Orlons discography and songs: Music profile for The Orlons, formed Genres: Girl Group, Rhythm & Blues. Albums include The Wah-Watusi / Holiday Hill, The Conservative / Don't Hang Up, and South Street / Them Terrible Boots.
  7. Kajilabar says:
    The Wah-Watusi Lyrics: Wah, wah-a Watusi / C'mon and take a chance and get-a with this dance / Wah, wah-a Watusi / Oh, baby, it's the dance made-a for romance (shoo-bop, shoo-bop, ahh) / Baby.
  8. Arashigal says:
    The follow-up to "The Wah Watusi" "Don't Hang Up" reached #4 Pop and #3 R&B in the fall and winter of The Orlons' first major performance was at New York's Apollo Theatre with The Crystals, Bob B. Soxx and the Blue Jeans, Chuck Jackson, Tommy Hunt, and Gene Chandler.

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