The Shakin' Pyramids - Let's Go / Sixteen Chicks mp3 album
Watch the video for Sixteen Chicks from The Shakin' Pyramids's Skin 'Em Up for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. History The Shakin' Pyramids originally formed in the late 70's as buskers and quickly gained a reputation for their spontaneous and dynamic live performances on the streets of Glasgow. The Shakin' Pyramids were a rockabilly outfit formed in Glasgow, Scotland, in the late 1970s. The Shakin' Pyramids were a rockabilly outfit formed in Glasgow, Scotland, in the.
16-Hellbent On Rockin. 21-Too N-N-N-Nervous To Rock. 11-Wild Little Willie.
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The Shakin' Pyramids (album). The Shakin' Pyramids is a compilation album from the Scottish Neo-Rockabilly group The Shakin' Pyramids, released shortly after the group's disbandment in 1983 by Rock 'n Roll Records, a Scotti Brothers Records subsidiary. The album features ten tracks: five from their 1981 debut album, Skin 'Em Up, and five from their second and final album, Celts and Cobras, released in 1982 . Let's Go". Personnel. Davie Duncan – lead vocals.
Founder member of Reeferbilly legends The Shakin' Pyramids, James G Creighton presents his first solo album. Creighton moves forward with brand new material exploring a variety of styles, with occasional flashes back to the '80s Rockabilly days of Shakin' Pyramids, and regular nods in the direction of his influences. Of the 14 songs, 13 are James G Creighton originals, with the closing track being a remake of forgotten Shakin' Pyramids B-Side Just One Time, written and originally performed by Don Gibson. Reeferbilly Lives! Find more items from James G Creighton.