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"Those who are afraid to die are usually those who are afraid to live." - Domingo Samudio of Sam The Sham And The Pharaohs

This Week's Featured Artist

Sam The Sham And The Pharaohs,
whose biggest hit, "Wooly Bully", topped out at #2
on the Billboard Hot 100, this week in 1965.

Be sure to read Gary James' interview with
Domingo Samudio
better known as Sam The Sham.

Did You Know?

The lyrics to "Wooly Bully" that say
"Let's not be L-7", mean "Let's not be square",
from the shape formed by the fingers making
an L on one hand and a 7 on the other.

Who sang that song that you have stuck in your head?
How high did it climb on the charts and in what year?
You can find out in our Who Sang That Hit? Section
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