Wild One" or "Real Wild Child" is an Australian rock and roll song written by Johnny Greenan, Johnny O'Keefe, and Dave Owens. While most sources state that O'Keefe was directly involved in composing the song, this has been questioned by others.
There seems to be a problem serving the request at this time. Artist: Johnny O'Keefe. Vinyl record collector of over 30 years. I have 1000’s of titles to choose from covering all genres and eras. Vinyl Side A Record Label Vinyl Side B Release Year Very Good. Duration: EPSpeed: 45 RPM. Johnny o'Keefe - I'M counting on you - 7" 45 vinyl record - 1961. Side A: I'm Counting On You.
All songs and all albums Johnny O'Keefe You can listen for information on the site. Download the album or mp3, watch videos Johnny O'Keefe. All video clips of all the songs are here. Also known as J O' Keefe, J O'Keefe, J. O'K, J. O'Keefe, J. O'Keele, John Michael O'Keefe, John O'Keefe, Johnny OKeefe, Keefe, O'Keef, O'Keefe.
Listen free to Johnny O'Keefe – Johnny O'Keefe Live! in Concert (Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood, Over the Mountain and more). 11 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. John Michael O'Keefe, known as Johnny O'Keefe (19 January 1935 – 6 October 1978) was an Australian rock and roll singer whose career began in the 1950s. Some of his hits include "Wild One" (1958), "Shout!" and "She's My Baby". In his twenty-year career, O'Keefe released over 50 singles, 50 EP's and 100 albums. Often referred to by his initials, ".
This song is by Johnny O'Keefe. This song is a cover of "Let's Twist Again" by Chubby Checker. Come on everybody, clap your handsOh, you're looking goodI'm gonna sing my song, it won't take longWe're gonna do the twist and it goes like this. Come on, let's twist again like we did last summerYeah, let's twist again like we did last yearDo you remember when things were really hummin'?Yeah, let's twist again, twistin' time is here.
Johnny O'Keefe became the first Australian pop star to chart. His breakthrough came with his third release, a song called "I'm the Wild On. This seminal Australian rock song was covered in 1987 by Iggy Pop as "Real Wild Child. O'Keefe would be known as The Wild One throughout his career. Like Elvis, he was the real deal. His "It's Too Late" made number one in New Orleans, but O'Keefe was having too good a time and turned up at several promotional events just a little under the weather. Liberty Records quickly lost interest. Johnny O'Keefe came back to Australia with nothing much to show for his adventure and empty pockets. But typically he had to pretend otherwise and, as a symbol of his "new status," bought himself a bright red Plymouth Belvedere on hire purchase.
|Dear Lady Twist|
|LX-10 529||Johnny O'Keefe||Twistin' Time (7", EP)||Leedon||LX-10 529||Australia||1962|
|LX-10,529||Johnny O'Keefe||Twistin' Time (7", EP, Promo, TP)||Leedon||LX-10,529||Australia||Unknown|