Download links and information about Hanky Panky by Tommy James & The Shondells. This album was released in 1966 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Teen Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 30:31 minutes.
|Artist:||Tommy James & The Shondells|
|Genre:||Rock, Pop, Teen Pop|
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|2.||I'll Go Crazy||2:16|
|3.||I'm So Proud||3:20|
|5.||Love Makes the World Go Round||2:21|
|7.||Say I Am||2:31|
|9.||Don't Throw Our Love Away||2:54|
|10.||Shake a Tail Feather||2:33|
|11.||Soul Searchin' Baby||2:46|
|12.||Lots of Pretty Girls||2:04|
While Tommy James & The Shondells became synonymous with the Bubblegum movement, their debut album is a solid rock album with great, raw production values. Curtis Mayfield’s “I’m So Proud” is an effective case in point. Bassist Mike Vale’s falsetto is met with the sparsest mix possible, a lurking organ, and drums and bass that have more than enough room to roam in this hardcore stereo mix. The Jeff Barry/Ellie Greenwich composition “Hanky Panky” veers close to garage rock and is the best-known tune here. While James was a singles artist, this album is surprisingly well balanced. “Say I Am,” written by James and producer Bob Mack, also made the charts. “Good Lovin’,” a hit for the Young Rascals, is just as inspired as the Rascals’ version. James’ “Don’t Throw Our Love Away” is an underrated track with some R&B sax. James Brown’s “I’ll Go Crazy” proves they can cover the Godfather of Soul. The cover of “Shake a Tail Feather” further makes the case for the Shondells as a versatile group capable of many styles.