9 thoughts on “ Egyptian Shumba (Alt.)

  1. Listen free to The Tammys – Egyptian Shumba (Egyptian Shumba, Egyptian Shumba (alt.)). 2 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at seuphoscywebfsolmo.rimtheborrefotiferecacasttranat.co
  2. Apr 06,  · Egyptian Shumba: B: Egyptian Shumba (Alt.) Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; UA The Tammys: Egyptian Shumba / What's So Sweet About Sweet Sixteen /5(20).
  3. With their insane party rocker 'Egyptian Shumba', laden with wild shrieks and minor key garage groove, The Tammy's were not just another '60s girl group! When the teenage Owens sisters were thrown out of a posh restaurant in for singing al.
  4. 7" Egyptian Shumba Egyptian Shumba (Alt.) Review. PRE-ORDER ITEM: Expected January 1st This item will only be shipped to you on or after the official release date. Please note any orders containing pre-order items won't be shipped until all items are available, so please order this separately to avoid delays. Please remember that release.
  5. Find album release information for Egyptian Shumba: The Singles and Rare Recordings - The Tammys on AllMusic.
  6. Egyptian Shumba / Egyptian Shumba (alt.) 45 rpm. Vinyl 7" Jazzman / JM Add issue. 3 Issues. Release view [combined information for all issues] Egyptian Shumba / What's So Sweet About Sweet Sixteen [p] 45 rpm. Vinyl 7.
  7. Lou Christie & The Tammys -- Egyptian Shumba: The Singles and Rare Recordings(RPM) is a track falsetto feast, with female backing vocals of The Tammys, from the man who brought us the #1 Lightnin' Strikes in Many of the songs are released for the first time in stereo, and several are previously unreleased takes.
  8. "Egyptian Shumba," written by Christie and Twyla Herbert, was rediscovered and became a Euro hit. In all of The Tammys' singles plus two previously unreleased tracks were released on a CD called "Egyptian Shumba - The Singles and Rare Recordings: ," (RPM - ) including several Christie songs backed by The Tammys.
  9. This is a list of ancient Egyptian people who have articles on Wikipedia. The list covers key ancient Egyptian individuals from the start of the first dynasty until the end of the ancient Egyptian nation when the Ptolemaic Dynasty ended and Egypt became a province of Rome in 30 BC.

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