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Ooh! My Head - Ritchie Valens

Ooh! My Head

The Best of Ritchie Valens
Rock and Roll rock oldies pop male vocalists



Ritchie Valens (born Richard Steven Valenzuela; on 13 May 1941 in Pacoima, California, USA – February 3, 1959) was a Mexican American singer, songwriter and guitarist. A Rock and Roll pioneer and a forefather of the Chicano rock movement, Valens' recording career lasted only eight months. During this time, however, he scored several hits, most notably "La Bamba", which was originally a Mexican folk song that Valens transformed with a rock rhythm and beat that became a hit in 1958 Show more ...

Ooh! My Head - Ritchie Valens

Ooh! My Head Trk 6 Disc 1 1: 46
Ritchie Valens
(are. Valens)
Recorded: November 25, 1958, Gold Star Studios, Hollywood, ca
Sessions by Bob Keane and Rene Hall
Released on 'Richie Valens', dflp 1201 Feb 1959
Richie - vocal & guitar, Rene Hall - electric guitar.
(The Great) Earl Palmer - drums, Buddy Clark - standup bass.

Well, hey-now-now, baby
Let's just go all night long
Well, on-on-on-on, darlin'
I just want you to go on more
There won't be no Tutti Frutti
No, lollipop
Come on baby, just rock-rock-rock

Well, now-now-now-now, honey
We gonna rock all night
Well, babe-babe-babe-babe-baby
We just gonna go fine
Well, on-on-on-on, darlin'
Ooo! My head

Well, Boney Maronie, Peggy Sue, they
Ain't gonna be around no mo'
Go on now get a little darlin'
We just gonna party some more
Well, I'll, I love you, darlin'
Ooo! My head

Now, let's go

(Guitars - Rene, Ritchie & instrumental)

Well, now-now-now-now, baby
Keep me rockin' all alone
Well, I just hear your door open
Oh, just all night long
Well, now
Ooo! My head

(Bass guitar and drums to end)



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