- Performer:Tommy James & the Shondells
- Title:Hanky Panky [Single]
- Style:Contemporary Pop/Rock,AM Pop
- Date of release:February 26, 1992
- Size FLAC version1905 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1749 megabytes
- Size WMA version1588 megabytes
- Formats:MP1 APE WMA APE MOD AA
Hanky Panky" is a song written by Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich for their group, The Raindrops. A 1964 recording by The Shondells, later reissued in 1966 under the band's new, and more successful, incarnation of "Tommy James and the Shondells," is the best known version reaching in the United States in 1966.
Hanky Panky is the debut album of Tommy James and the Shondells and was released in 1966. It reached on the Billboard 200. The album had two singles that charted
Produced by Bob Mack, the "Pittsburgh teenage nightclub operator" as the liner notes refer to him, this initial project is a vintage collection of recordings and is more effective than the follow-up, It's Only Love. The album had two singles that charted. Hanky Panky" reached on the Billboard Hot 100 and "Say I Am (What I Am)" reached
Hanky Panky Tommy James & The Shondells. Crystal Blue Symphonies: The Psychedelic Years. Original Album Series. I Think We're Alone Now.
After hearing "Hanky Panky" drive the crowd wild, Tommy wanted to record it for his second single - he had released one locally the previous year. He and his group, The Shondells, recorded the song at a radio station in his hometown of Niles, Michigan. The song was released on the tiny Snap label, the first issue of the record label owned by a DJ friend of Tommy. In the Sixties, I loved Tommy James & The Shondells' hits. Most of the kids at my high school were into The Beatles or Motown. I still have my Hanky Panky album, and on the back it reads that he "plays anything you can name. My grandparents all lived in and around Uniontown, PA, and I'd read that George was from Greenburg, PA. I remember one summer I tried to look him up when on one of our many family trips to that region. Never had success finding him.
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