Harlem Shuffle" is an R&B song written and originally recorded by the duo Bob & Earl in 1963. In 1986 it was covered by The Rolling Stones on their album Dirty Work. The original single, co-arranged by Barry White and Gene Page, peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and on the Cash Box chart. The record was a commercial failure when first released in the UK in 1963, but on reissue in 1969 peaked at It was released on Marc Records, a subsidiary of Titan Records.
The Traits – Harlem Shuffle. Label: Scepter Records – HS 1014. Producer – Huey P. Meaux. Different B side to The Traits - Harlem Shuffle. Matrix, Runout (Label A): 60801.
Harlem Shuffle" is an R&B song written and originally recorded by the duo Bob & Earl in 1963.
Yeah, yeah, yeah Do the Harlem shuffle Oh, do the monkey shine now Yeah, yeah, yeah Do the Harlem shuffle. Hitch, hitch hike, baby Across the floor Whoa, whoa, whoa I can't stand it no more. Now come on, baby Now get into your slide Ride, ride, ride Little pony, ride, yeah. Shake, shake, shake Shake a tailfeather, baby Shake, shake, shake Shake a tailfeather, baby Shake, shake, shake Do the monkey time, baby.
You move it to the left And you go for yourself You move it to the right Yeah if it takes all night Now take it kinda slow With a whole lot of soul Don't move it too fast Just make it last. You scratch just like a monkey Yeah you do real cool You slide it to the limbo Yeah how low can you go? Now come on baby Don't fall down on me now Just move it right here To the Harlem shuffle. Yeah yeah yeah to the Harlem shuffle Yeah yeah yeah to the Harlem shuffle
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|7N 25404||The Traits||Harlem Shuffle (7", Single, Mono)||Pye International||7N 25404||UK||1966|
|7N 25404||The Traits||Harlem Shuffle (7", Single, Mono, Promo)||Pye International||7N 25404||UK||1966|