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  • Singer: Shadows Of Knight
  • Album: Shake
  • MP3: 1341 mb | FLAC: 1404 mb
  • Released: 1968
  • Style: Garage Rock, Classic Rock
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 627
  • Format: AUD AU MOD MIDI WMA AHX MP4
Shadows Of Knight - Shake mp3 flac

Shake Revisited '69. 3:28. Under Acoustic Control. The Super K Kollection (Featuring Follow/Alone/Shake) ‎(CD, Album, RE). Collectables. CR REV 274. Shadows Of Knight. Shadows Of Knight (Featuring Follow/Alone/Shake) ‎(CD, Album, RE).

Shake Revisited '69. Written-By – J. Levine, K. Resnick.

Shadows of Knight is the third studio album by American garage rock band The Shadows of Knight, and was released on Super K Productions, SKS 6002, in 1969. Recording for the album came after lead vocalist Jim Sohns revamped the Shadows of Knight's line-up and signed with Super K. Although Shadows of Knight did not chart and was the last album featuring new material by the group until A Knight to Remember, a single taken from the effort, "Shake", became a moderate national success in the United States.

Watch the video for Shake from The Shadows of Knight's Dark Sides: The Best Of The Shadows Of Knight for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Dark Sides: The Best Of The Shadows Of Knight. Also featured on. +1 other release.

Shake - The Shadows of Knight (Live on Upbeat aka The Big 5 Show). Thee Cherylinas - Shake/Scharf by the shadows of knight live Mai 2018.

After leaving the Shadows of Knight, Joe Kelley went on to form his own blues band and played Windy City clubs for years. In 1967, Jerry McGeorge helped form the offbeat psychedelic band . Shake (45 Version) (J Levine, K Resnick) - 2:28 02. My Fire Department Needs A Fireman (J. Kasenetz, J. Katz) - 2:19 03. Run Run Billy Porter (K Resnick, J Levine) - 2:17 04.

The Stones, Animals and Yardbirds took the Chicago Blues and gave it an English interpretation. We've taken the English version of the Blues and re-added a Chicago touch. The Shadows of Knight's self-description was fairly accurate. Although this mid-'60s garage band from the Windy City did not match the excellence of either their British or African-American idols, the teen energy of their recordings remains enjoyable, if not overwhelmingly original. The group took a tamer version of Them's classic "Gloria" into the American Top Ten in 1966, and also.