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Tuesday, October 15, 2013

The Kingsmen - Louie Louie (Diamond Dog's Dance Mix)

The year is 1963. The Kingsmen go into the studio in Portland, Oregon and record their rendition of Louie Louie (originally recorded by Richard Berry in 1955) in just one take. The song has been covered many times over the years by artists such as the Kingsmen, Rockin' Robin Roberts, Paul Revere & the Raiders, Motorhead and more. So now, in 2013, there is another version of this classic added to the collection. Louie Louie (Diamond Dog's Dance Mix) is officially online as the most recent version of this classic and features the vocals by the band who made the song a huge success... the Kingsmen. This dance mix features deep, heavy basslines, strong percussion, high energy, some notable melodies and samples from, not only this classic, but a couple of others as well.

So, please, take a few moments to sample Louie Louie (Diamond Dog's Dance Mix) and feel free to download it for your home entertainment needs (ipod, cd or computer). This remix is a great alternate version for the mixed crowds at any gig. And for the DJ's, there is only one tag and it's at the beginning, so you can freely play this at any venue you might like. 

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