What’s Your favorite Version of “‘Shakin’All Over””

Head over to our Facebook Page and vote for your favorite version, or favorites, of this classic song first performed by Johnny Kidd and the Pirates. Click here to be taken to our page.

Choices are: The Head Cat, Wanda Jackson and Jack White, Johhny Kid and the Pirates, The Who, Led Zeppelin, Billy Idol, and the Twitters.

Shakin’ All Over” is a rock and roll song originally performed by Johnny Kidd and the Pirates. It was written by frontman Johnny Kidd and reached #1 in the United Kingdom in August 1960. The musicians who performed on the recording were Johnny Kidd (vocals), Alan Caddy (guitar), Brian Gregg (bass), Clem Cattini (drums) and Joe Moretti (lead guitar). – Wikepedia

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1 Response to What’s Your favorite Version of “‘Shakin’All Over””

  1. Buster Fayte says:

    This was fun! Although all of these versions are pretty cool, Johnny Kidd and the Pirates got it right the first time.

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