Features Song Lyrics for Marcia Griffiths's Electric Boogie album. Marcia Griffiths - Electric Boogie Album Lyrics. 1. Electric Boogie (long version) Lyrics. 2. Electric Boogie (dub I) Lyrics. 3. Electric Boogie (dub II) Lyrics. 4. Electric Boogie (dub III) Lyrics. Marcia Griffiths Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Do you like this album?
Ooh, it's shakin' . You gotta know it Now you can't hold it But you know it there Yeah here there everywhere.
Marcia Griffiths – Electric Boogie. Marcia Griffiths Electric Boogie. other tracks: Marcia Griffiths. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Marcia Griffiths Piece By Piece (VA - Hits After Hits 3, 2010).
12 inch Vinyl Single.
Product Information Electric Slide (Electric Boogie) by Marcia Griffiths - Digital Sheet Music. Electric Slide (Electric Boogie) digital sheet music. Contains printable sheet music plus an interactive, downloadable digital sheet music file. Contains complete lyrics. Title: Electric Slide (Electric Boogie). By: Marcia Griffiths. Instruments: Piano Voice Guitar Backup Vocals. More Songs From the Album: Marcia Griffiths - Carousel. From the Book: Electric Slide.
That's when "Electric Boogie" really made up for lost ground in its popularity with the masses. When I first heard this song (at a friend's wedding in 1992), I thought nothing of it. However, it wasn't until nearly 2 decades later when this song slipped back into my conscious mind that I began to have a yearning to hear it again. One person found this helpful.
ULTIMIX 48. Electric Boogie - Marcia Griffiths. This is the 1989 7" single of Marcia Griffiths' "Electric Boogie". Most vinyl records appear to be in good, playable condition
Marcia Llyneth Griffiths was born in Kingston, Jamaica on November 23, 1949 (though Griffiths has sometimes told journalists she was born in 1953). Bob and Marcia hit the charts again in 1971 with "The Pied Piper," but in 1974 the duo parted ways and Griffiths released her second solo album, Sweet Bitter Love. In 1974, after Peter Tosh and Bunny Livingston left the Wailers, Bob Marley wanted to fill out the vocal sound of the group, and added a trio of female singers to the Wailers' lineup.