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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Harlem Shuffle on Discogs. Label: Rolling Stones Records - TA • Format: Vinyl 12 The Rolling Stones - Harlem Shuffle (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(25).
  2. Factory variant, styrene disc (Columbia Carrollton, G etched in the run-outs) Issued with picture sleeve. Taken from the LP "Dirty Work" ℗ CBS Grammofoonplaten B.V. Rolling Stones Records TM Musidor B.V. Promotone B.V. Similar Pitman pressing: The Rolling Stones - Harlem Shuffle/5(26).
  3. Lyrics to 'Harlem Shuffle' by The Rolling Stones. You move it to the left And you go for yourself You move it to the right Yeah, if it takes all night Now take it kinda slow The Rolling Stones - Harlem Shuffle Lyrics | MetroLyrics.
  4. The Rolling Stones "Harlem Shuffle": Huhuuuhuhuhuhuuuuuuh, hu! You move it to the left, yeah, and you go for yourself. You move it to the.
  5. The Harlem Shuffle is a dance that was popular in the '50s and '60s originating in Harlem ballrooms. Harlem is a section of New York City with a large black population.
  6. Oct 01,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Harlem Shuffle on Discogs. Label: Rolling Stones Records - A • Format: Vinyl 7 The Rolling Stones - Harlem Shuffle (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(50).
  7. Aug 06,  · It’s called ‘Harlem Shuffle.’ ”. The Stones released that Bob and Earl cover as the lead single from their LP Dirty Work; it hit Number Five on the Hot thanks in part to an animated video that got a lot of play on MTV.
  8. Each dash "-" equals 1/16 of a bar, 4 per count. Song is in Ab then modulates to A in verse 3. Played with a 12/8 feel (shuffle).
  9. ROLLING STONES, THE/Harlem Shuffle/45rpm record. by ROLLING STONES, THE. Vinyl More Buying Choices $ (3 used offers) Harlem Shuffle. by Sweet Little Band. MP3 Music Listen with Music Unlimited. Or $ to buy MP3. Harlem Shuffle. by Lengua Seca Stone Band.
  10. But "Harlem Shuffle" was given its greatest exposure 20 years later. The Rolling Stones, who had begun their career covering R&B songs, recorded a version of it for their Dirty Work album. Released as a single, it soared into the pop Top Ten.

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