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This catchy little instrumental by "Dave "Baby" Cortez" was released in 1959 and i believe The 45 rpm single was the first instrumental No. 1 on Billboard.
ou Give Me Heebie Jeebies. eny Meeny Minie Moe. ummertime.
The Happy Organ and Other Great Recordings 1956 - 1961.
The Happy Organ + Dave "Baby" Cortez Second Album. 2017 Bonus Track Version. David Clowney, Dave Cortez Clowney. The Happy Organ and Other Great Recordings 1956 - 1961. Happy Organ - Greatest Hits 1956-1961. 2015 Original Recordings. Early 60's Compilation (65 Songs).
By Dave "Baby" Cortez. 1. Movin' And Groovin'. Listen to The Happy Organ and Other Great Recordings 1956 - 1961 now. Listen to The Happy Organ and Other Great Recordings 1956 - 1961 in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
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Tracklist: 1. The Happy Organ, 2. It’s A Sin To Tell A Lie, 3. Mardi Gras, 4. Deep In The Heart Of Texas, 5. Catnip, 6. Red Sails In The Sunset, 7. Tootsie, 8. Piano Shuffle, 9. Hurricane, 10. The Boogie Organ, 11. The Whistling Organ, 12. Summertime.
David Cortez Clowney (born August 13, 1938), known by the stage name Dave "Baby" Cortez, is an American pop and R&B organist and pianist, best known for his 1959 hit, "The Happy Organ". Clowney was born in Detroit, Michigan, and attended Northwestern High School in the city. His father played the piano, and encouraged him to pursue a musical career. Clowney played the piano for 10 years, then he took up the organ.
The Happy Organ and Other Great Recordings 1956 -. The Happy Organ (Rerecorded). 20th Century Rocks: 50's Rock 'n Roll - Whole Lot of Shakin' 2001. Somebody Been Messin'. Cortez had another double winner in 1962 with "Rinky Dink," this one peaking at number nine R&B and number ten pop. Before his instrumental success, Cortez recorded for Ember as David Clowney in 1956, and was in the Pearls from 1955 to 1957.
|1||Movin' And Groovin'||2:15|
|6||You Give Me Heebie Jeebies||2:13|
|7||You're The Girl||2:05|
|8||Eeny Meeny Minie Moe||2:20|
|10||The Happy Organ||2:03|
|11||Love Me As I Love You||2:45|
|12||The Whistlin' Organ||2:03|
|15||It's A Sin To Tell A Lie||2:24|
|19||Red Sails In The Sunset||2:24|
|21||All Mixed Up||1:43|
|22||I'm All Right||1:44|
|1||The Swinging Piano||2:22|
|3||Nine Lives Boogie||2:40|
|5||Deep In The Heart Of Texas||2:23|
|6||You're Just Right||2:17|
|8||Talk Is Cheap||2:29|
|11||Walking With You||2:09|
|15||The Boogie Organ||2:06|
|17||Is It Time?||2:47|
|18||Calypso Love Song||2:13|
|19||C'Mon And Stomp||3:54|
|20||Jammin' Pt 1||2:58|
|21||Jammin' Pt 2||2:18|
|none||Dave 'Baby' Cortez*||The Happy Organ And Other Great Recordings - 1956-1961 (43xFile, MP3, Comp, 320)||Jasmine Records||none||2012|
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