PETER REESE AND THE PAGES, Hully Gully Lullaby, 1964

Peter Reese and the Pages from Mainz recorded a full LP for the Philips label. Here are two Rock`n`Roll songs by this great German Beat group with a super-fast guitar break on Hully Gully Lullaby played by their female lead-guitarist Helga Gwiasta…

PETER REESE AND THE PAGES, Hully Gully Lullaby, 1964

PETER REESE AND THE PAGES, Schau, schau, 1964

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PAT HARRIS UND DIE DIMENSIONS, Hully Gully Shake, 1964

This is a great rockin` Hully Gully version of Hippy Hippy Shake sung in German by this British girl. B-side is great too…

PAT HARRIS UND DIE DIMENSIONS, Hully Gully Shake, 1964

PAT HARRIS UND DIE DIMENSIONS, Hully Gully Slip`n`Slide, 1964


LES FANTOMES, Hully Bach, 1963

Les Fantomes were one of the leading French Rock`n`Roll instrumental groups of the 60`s. Most of their songs stayed in the typical European mid-tempo Shadows-vein but on Hully Bach they really really rock…

LES FANTOMES, Hully Bach, 1963

LES FANTOMES, que ton coeur me soit fidèle (second fiddle girl), 1963


OLGA MARTINAKÒVÀ, Bratislavskè Hully-Gully, 1964

By 1964 the Hully Gully dance craze had made it to Bratislava,  Czechoslovakia. This is a pop song and not as strong as the Rock`n`Roll instrumental  Hully Gully by Olympic, the leading Czech Beat group of the 60`s, but it is more interesting. At least it fires up my imagination more about the Hully Gully scene in Bratislava in 1964…

OLGA MARTINAKÒVÀ, Bratislavskè Hully-Gully, 1964


WOLF GABBE MIT SEINER STARBAND, Hully-Gully-TÖFF-TÖFF

Töff Töff was a Berlin dance hall/restaurant located at Residenzstr. 1-2 in Reinickendorf. Fittingly it was advertising for it with a Hully Gully dance.

WOLF GABBE MIT SEINER STARBAND, Hully-Gully-TÖFF-TÖFF