|A||Boogie Oogie Oogie
Written-By – J. Johnson*, P. Kibble*
Written-By – H. Payne*, J. Johnson*
|CP 11814||A Taste Of Honey||Boogie Oogie Oogie (7")||Capitol Records||CP 11814||Australia||1978|
A Taste of Honey is the debut album by the American rhythm and blues group A Taste of Honey. It was produced by Fonce Mizell & Larry Mizell for Sky High Productions and included the number one pop, soul and disco classic "Boogie Oogie Oogie".
Boogie Oogie Oogie Lyrics. If you're thinkin' you're too cool to boogie Boy oh boy, have I got news for you Everybody here tonight must boogie Let me tell ya, you are no exception to the rule. Get on up on the floor 'Cause we're gonna boogie oogie oogie Till you just can't boogie no more (no more boogie) Boogie no more You can't boogie no more (no more boogie) Boogie no more, listen to the music. A Taste of Honey is the debut album by the American rhythm and blues group A Taste of Honey. It was produced by Fonce Mizell & Larry Mizell for Sky High Productions. Boogie Oogie Oogie" Track Info.
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But they were far from that: In addition to being expressive singers, Johnson and Payne were talented, versatile musicians and songwriters
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A Taste of Honey is the debut album by the American rhythm and blues group A Taste of Honey. Studio album by A Taste of Honey. Boogie Oogie Oogie" (Janice Johnson, Perry Kibble) 5:37. This Love of Ours" (Hazel Payne, Janice Johnson) 3:20. Distant" (Janice Johnson, Perry Kibble) 4:38.
A Taste of Honey were a US R &B group formed in Los Angeles in 1972 by Janice Marie Johnson (bass/vocals), Hazel Payne (vocals/guitar), Perry Kibble (keyboards) and Donald Johnson (drums). They won the 1978 Grammy Award for Best New Artist, beating out Elvis Costello and The Cars. A Taste Of Honey had one other hit: their cover of Kyu Sakamoto's "Sukiyaki" went to in the US. Johnson came up with the famous bass intro when she was warming up before the recording session, unaware that she was being recorded. More songs from A Taste of Honey . For me, it brings back memory’s of High School Discos. And sunbaking in my parents backyard with my transistor radio. No one cared about skin cancer then. And the answer was this song, Boogie Oogie Oogie. I felt so stupid sayin that on radio.