Louie Louie – The Kingsmen


This week’s number 1 song was a 1963 hit for the Kingsmen, but most people don’t realize it is actually a cover of a song written and recorded in 1955 by Richard Berry. It wasn’t a completely original song by Berry, either, though, as the tune was based on “El Loco Cha Cha” by Cuban-American composer René Touzet y Monte. Watch the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCY0bAPLZ1w

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  1. Reminds me of the week that 94.1 was Louie94.1 in the 90s during some reorg or something. One of the best weeks of my life. Nothing but Louie Louie, 24×7. Keep it up, Utahsgoat!

  2. I love your playlist. I’m hearing songs that I haven’t heard in years. GREAT! One suggestion, it would be nice to see the groups name and year of the release of the song being played on my car radio dial.

    • Thanks for the suggestion! We’re working on this and hope to have it up soon. In the meantime, you can view the playlist on our website by clicking on the menu on the right of the player.

  3. How about playing the old patriotic songs like America the beautiful and red Shelton the star star spangled banner… , Ballad of the green Barret … Etc

  4. Hi! I just wanted to send everyone at Utahs GOAT a big thank you!! I’ve been listening since I first found it around a year ago! It plays constantly on the little radio in my room and it’s my alarm in the morning (alway something I love waking up too) Thanks and keep doing what you’re doing!! xoxo

  5. Love your song list …Just a couple of problems. .seems you have lost some of your broadcast power…I cannot get you west of payson….Also on Chirstmas eve you played a rocking soul version of silent night with a male and female vocalists Who was that? It was amazing…

    • The version of Silent Night you heard was probably the one with Aretha Franklin and the Four Tops. Regarding our transmitter, we recently had to moved further north, which had some impact on our coverage west of Payson but significantly increased our coverage in the rest of the county, particularly in Eagle Mountain and Saratoga Springs. Sadly, with the way the terrain is around the county, there’s no easy way to cover every part of the county with equal strength.

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