They went into the recording studio in the summer of 1967 to record their debut album
Nobody But Me. Human Beinz. Produced by Lex De Azevedo. Album Nobody but Me. Nobody But Me Lyrics
Nobody but Me". Single by The Human Beinz. from the album Nobody but Me. B-side. The Human Beinz version, whose lyrics feature names of dances popular in the late 1960s (shing-a-ling, skate, boogaloo, Philly), is noted for multiple repetitions of the word "n. The Isley Brothers version, whose lyrics feature names of dances popular in the early 1960s (twist, shout, mash, popeye), also repeated "no" many times. The French group The Dogs recorded a version in 1979 included in the album Different. Canadian band Doug and the Slugs released their own cover of the single in 1983. Garage/punk musician Nobunny reworked the song for his track "Nobunny Loves You". Experimental group The Residents sampled this song in the track "N-Er-Gee (Crisis Blues)" from their 1974 album Meet the Residents.
The Human Beinz were a bar band from Youngstown, Ohio, who originally spelled their band name Human Beingz - the name was spelled wrong on their record contracts and that's how it stayed As already stated above it was composed by the Isley Brothers; it was track 16 on their 1962 album 'Twist and Shout' and was released as a single, reached on the 'Bubbling Under the Top 100' chart. It is also found in a similar version by Edgar Winter's White Trash double album "Roadwork. There's no negativity to it at all.
It's hard to imagine what the kids must have made of the Human Beinz' first album when it was released back in 1968. The band was riding high on the charts with their feedback-enhanced cover of the Isley Brothers' bold statement of dance prowess, "Nobody But Me," and folks who bought their subsequent LP must have been expecting 30 minutes of similar high-swagger garage rock.
Nobody but Me, 02:20.
The Mammals's Nobody but Me album. 1. The Times They Are a-Changing Lyrics. The Human Beinz feat. The Mammals Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
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