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Dixieland Rock

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Words & Music: Claude DeMetrius/ Fred Wise
Well down in New Orleans at the Golden Goose
I grabbed a green-eyed dolly that was on the loose
Well I dig that music, well she said me too
I said pretty baby come on and let's do

The Dixieland rock
Well the Dixieland rock
Let your hair down Sugar, shake it free
And do the Dixieland rock with me

With the blue light shining on her swinging hips
She got the drummer so nervous that he lost his sticks
The cornet player hit a note that's flat
The tromboner hit him while the poor cat sat

The Dixieland rock
Well the Dixieland rock
Let your hair down Sugar, shake it free
And do the Dixieland rock with me

I was all pooped out and when the clock struck four
But she said no daddy can't leave the floor
She wore a clinging dress that fit so tight
She couldn't sit down so we danced all night

The Dixieland rock
Well the Dixieland rock
Let your hair down Sugar, shake it free
And do the Dixieland rock with me
Let your hair dance Sugar, shake it
And do the Dixieland rock with me
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Recorded: 1958/01/16, first released on EP

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shawnrw (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 4, 2014report abuse
A full blown rock classic. Rocks all over the place. Tons of energy, sadly gets too little attention.
Gorse (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 27, 2013report abuse
Not sure how to classify this, a cross between pure rock, dixieland, blues and a touch of soul, but what the heck does it matter as this is one helluva exciting gritty performance on a great song.
sugartummy (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 2, 2013report abuse
Stupid intro, but beyond that this is a great track from my favourite movie.
ElvisSacramento (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 27, 2012report abuse
This is such a super song and it's from the very best movie soundtrack album that Elvis ever had.
Natha (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 5, 2012report abuse
Fantastic Rocker from a fabulous LP and movie. This is one of those songs one may regard as the essence of ELVIS as it reflects his inner drive to make music from the heart. He even manages to blend different musical styles into one track, he is unparallelled in this.
derekd (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 14, 2011report abuse
You could call this Rap & Roll. Can't remember anyone else trying this. Even more rapping was 'New Orleans'. So did Elvis invent rapping type music? The film, setting, songs and story line all perfect.
jack409 (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 14, 2011report abuse
This song stinks! NOT! "Dixieland Rock" is a great song with very funny lyrics. The whole "King Creole" LP was absolutely fan-bloody-tastic.
TCB1974 (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 14, 2011report abuse
The King Creole soundtrack is fantastic and indeed the best one. This is a strong performance of our man, though not in the same league as the title song. Four stars from me.
Great Dane (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 14, 2011report abuse
Although i am not so obsessed of the 50's as most of the guys here i have to admit that this must be his best soundtrack, it even doesn't sound as a soundtrack. I like it very much but still i am glad he went on.5 stars.
Deano1 (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 14, 2011report abuse
This one has all the energy of "Jailhouse Rock" and is a great over-looked rocker.
GEORGE (GK) (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 14, 2011report abuse
I always thought this song should have been a single. Great movie and great movie soundtrack.
dgirl (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 14, 2011report abuse
Super track, super LP, by far the best soundtracl LP of all. Damn the Army!
Deke Rivers 6 (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 14, 2011report abuse
Has to be a classic LP,not a duff track.Dixieland Rock along with New Orleans drop dead brill track's,cannot fault this LP.
10 Stars.
Steve V (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 28, 2009report abuse
I love this song. It truly is Dixieland Rock. Listen to how into this Elvis is. Such enthusiasm will be lost on later soundtrack recordings. This was the last truly classic soundtrack LP that reflected all styles of Elvis' range as an artist.
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