Illusions Of My Childhood – Part Two – Vanilla Fudge – Vanilla Fudge

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Downset Do We Speak A Dead Language? Einsturzende Neubauten Zeichningen Des Patienten O. Five Iron Frenzy Our Newest Album Ever! Holland song sung by The Supremes. Hangin’ On”, see Cliff Richard discography. You Keep Me Hangin’ On by The Supremes US vinyl. It first became a popular Billboard Hot 100 number one hit for the American Motown group The Supremes in late 1966.

Over the years, “You Keep Me Hangin’ On” has been covered by various artists including a charting version by Wilson Pickett, Rod Stewart, Colourbox, The Index and the Box Tops. You Keep Me Hangin’ On” was originally recorded in 1966 by The Supremes for the Motown label. The track is one of the more oft-covered songs in the Supremes canon. They performed the song on the ABC variety program The Hollywood Palace on Saturday, October 29, 1966. Vanilla Fudge’s 1967 psychedelic rock remake of “You Keep Me Hangin’ On” reached number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart a year after the release of the Supremes’ recording.

We used to slow songs down and listen to the lyrics and try to emulate what the lyrics were dictating. The Supremes, it sounds very happy, but the lyrics aren’t happy at all. This may have, in part, been the idea of Appice, who had by now joined Stewart’s band. You Keep Me Hangin’ On” was covered in an updated version by British singer Kim Wilde in 1986. Wilde’s version was a total re-working of the original, completely transforming the Supremes’ Motown Sound into a hi-NRG song. In 2006, she performed a new version of the song with the German singer Nena for her Never Say Never album.

It has sold 265,000 copies in France. A music video was produced to promote her single. Directed by Greg Masuak, the video shows Wilde in a dark room lying on a large bed. She then rises from the bed as she sings the song and finds herself being “threatened” by a strange man who is breaking down the walls around her.