Monday, October 6, 2008

Sonny Richard's "Panics" With Cindy & Misty - The Voodoo Walk

Keeping the Halloween vibe alive here @ the devil's music with a nice little spooky rocker by Sonny Richard's "Panics" on Chancellor records from 1962!

Do the Voodoo Walk, the Dance of the Dead!

Sonny Richards - The Voodoo Walk

The old link above was made private by divshare.... maybe somebody complained?

I hope not. I have been getting a lot of complaints of late and i want people to know that in no way shape or form am i making $$$ from this or trying to steal away anything from the artist or disrespect anyone. Contrarily i am trying to turn people on to great lost songs and artists that people might not have even heard of if they didn't hear them here....

Here is a new link that i will keep up until i am told otherwise....

Sonny Richards - The Voodoo Walk


Mondo said...

Great tunes - I may have to 'borrow' some of these for a Halloween Mix I'm working on

Have you checked out Bitter Andrew - Armagideon Time blog got a great Halloween Countdown and some mighty tunes it's fantastico

Anonymous said...

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Maria said...

My Father was Sonny Richards. This 45 version is difficult to find. However, there is a Halloween album with this song on it.

Devil Dick said...

Thank you for stopping by!
can you give us some more info on your Father?
Thank you!

Max the drunken severed head said...

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MooQ said...

Hi. Sonny Richards, my father passed away two years ago. He performed all around the country back in the late 50's early 60's. I have all of his records and have converted them to mp3's. He never really made it big, but did have a couple of records that did very well. He told me that the girls, Cindy & Misty, really wrote this song. I don't know where they are now.

Devil Dick said...

Thank you so much for stopping in. I'm sorry to hear about your Father. he left some great music behind regardless of making it big or not!

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