May 30, 2017 Record of the Day

Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs were hot in the mid-1960s with hits like “Li’l Red Riding Hood” and “Ju Ju Hand.” But it’s the multi-million seller “Wooly Bully” that solidified their place in Rock N Roll history. “Wooly Bully” was Billboard’s Record of the Year in 1965, having stayed on the charts longer than any other single that year. Most copies are on M-G-M records and worth no more than $10.00. But find a copy on the original XL record label and that could get you $1,000.00 today.

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