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Written-By – Binnick, Borisoff. A2. I Heard It Through The Grapevine. Written-By – Barrett Strong And Norman Whitfield. Keem-O-Sabe (LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl). United Artists Records.
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There have been jokes about the name "kemo sabe". A Far Side cartoon had the then long-retired Lone Ranger discover that the name meant the rear end of a horse. Homer and Jethro's parody of the Stonewall Jackson song "Waterloo" had the following verse: "The Lone Ranger and Tonto rode the trail, catching outlaws and putting them in jail/ But the Ranger shot old Tonto 'cause it seems, he found out what Kemo Sabe means/ (Waterloo refrain follows) The Lone Ranger he did trust, That old Tonto bit the dust. His owners popularized his show career with a series of Lone Ranger themed cartoons. Kimosabe, a 1999 album by Kim Mitchell. Kemosabe Records, American record label created in 2011 and owned by Sony. Kemosabe, a 2013 song by the British indie pop band Everything Everything.
The Electric Indian was a studio group assembled and produced by the Dovells lead singer Len Barry which included Daryl Hall of Hall & Oates fame. Influenced by the popularity of American Indians in the media, Binnick put together the group to record an Indian-esque instrumental, "Keem-O-Sabe. It was released first on the small Marmaduke Inc. label where it gained regional airplay around Philadelphia.
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ELECTRIC INDIAN-KEEM-O-SABE. Artist: Electric Indian. Album: The Best of That Philly Sound, 2015. The Electric Indian, circa 1969, was a group of studio session musicians put together by Len Barry, singer and co-owner of Marmaduke Records. This was a Marmaduke Release that became an unexpected hit so UA Records picked it up and an LP was also then released. Rumor has it that a very young Daryl Hall (later of Hall & Oates) plays keyboards on this track.
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Arranged By – Tom Sellers
- Manufactured By – Festival Records Pty. Ltd.
- Published By – Tu-Con Music
- Producer – Len Barry
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A): MX32167
- Matrix / Runout (B): MX32168
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