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The Vibrations

Though never major hitmakers, the Los Angeles-based Vibrations were consistent performers through the '60s. The lineup included James Johnson, Carl Fisher, Richard Owens, Dave Govan, and Don Bradley. They began recording as the Jayhawks, then scored a couple of novelty hits performing as the Marathons. Neither "The Watusi" nor "Peanut Butter" were particularly triumphant, but each managed to chart in both the R&B and pop markets. When they became the Vibrations in 1964, they gradually turned to more romantic material, although their first hit, "My Girl Sloopy," was closer to their previous cuts. They had their last brush with glory in 1968 with the Okeh song "Love in Them There Hills." Although Richard Owens was briefly in the Temptations in 1971, the Vibrations continued on until 1976, closing out their career as a nightclub act. ~ Ron Wynn, Rovi
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Kenny in DC we use to roller skate & dance to this song .
Rob access memory of those days I love that song
Peanut Butter...mak e s me want to do the Hully Gully
tggoodstuff
love this song....real l y like their version of the Beatles' And I Love Her'
One of the many hard working entertaining outfits abounding "back then". Not A but solid B
i never heard ofthem and im a big soul fan
marcella.tut t e r r o w
James Johnson known to me as JJ taught this white girl the moves. He was a true friend with a heart of gold and a love for life. His livliness kept me laughing. His stories about the boys and the opening acts the vibrations did for people such as Sammy Davis Jr. were so cool. He once told me if he was only 20 years younger I would be his. He was married to Linda States and the story has it; that he was the 1st black man she ever seen. We had some good times through the years; I and my 2 children
5livebrocks
i saw this great group many times at the apollo theater,what exciting performers they were.one of the most underated groups of that era.most groups didnt want follow the vibrations,b e c a u s e they were true professional s , t h e y always left the audience in a state of shock.these guys had great harmony,chor e o g r a p h y , t h e s e guys were very good dancers period.once you saw the vibrations in person,you would never forget them. there was no group like the vibrations,m o s t people wh

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