Monday, April 11, 2011

IT'S LOUIE LOUIE DAY!


It's true. Today is International Louie Louie Day, and since this is Davy's second favorite song. we're celebrating.

Why today? Well, mainly because April 11 is the birthday of Richard Berry, the esteemed author of the song. For lots more on Louie Louie Day, and lots more on all things Louie Louie, click HERE.

I, of course, have many favorite versions of the song, but my top two at the moment are the screamers below, by the Sonics and Iggy Pop. First, though, a little history lesson, which features me banging on my guitar (but not singing - that's the multi-talented Drew Bentley of Omaha, NE).

LOUIE HISTORY 101


LOUIE, LOUIE - THE SONICS


LOUIE, LOUIE - IGGY POP

7 comments:

David Cranmer said...

I've been listening to quite a bit of Iggy of late. Mostly The Passenger era.

Evan Lewis said...

I should explore Iggy's music some day. All I know is this - and his kick-ass version of "Shakin' All Over."

Cap'n Bob said...

You should post the LouieFest tape.

Richard R. said...

I was just going to ask where is the video of The Moops doing the song?

Evan Lewis said...

For the masochists among you, The Moops, The Strychnine Five and several hundred other maniacs may be heard performing "Louie, Louie" right here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXFXDqg5aG0

George said...

I love that the FBI thought "Louie, Louie" had pornographic lyrics.

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