Georgie And The Monarchs ‎– Boo-Zooh / O Twingy Baby

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CBS ‎– 1307
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Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single
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A1 Boo-Zooh
Composed By – Bob Elger
B1 O Twingy Baby
Composed By – Bob Elger

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JoGro

JoGro

March 13, 2018
http://www.45cat.com/record/1307de
Feb 1981 'Record Collector' says this is Van Morrison's first, says it's an Irish group

Van Morrison - vocals, harmonica
Alan Henderson - bass
Billy Harrison - lead guitar
Ronnie Millings - drums
Eric Wiksen - piano

but they say the 45 is "Twingy Baby" and "Boogoo Hully Gully" & played in UK & Germany.
Music-Town

Music-Town

December 7, 2015
On August 31, 1963 is the earliest specifically noted date, Van Morrison's 18th birthday, celebrated in Heidelberg, West Germany while on tour with "The International Monarchs". Recorded at Ariola Studios,Cologne, W. Germany ("Boo-Zooh"/"O Twingy Baby" [both credited to Bob Elger], recorded under the name Georgie and The Monarchs; first appearance of Van on record, sax only; single released only in Germany & Holland; an 18-year old Van just recognizable on the extreme left of the cover in a ridiculous hat. As a sideman on Saxophon at Georgie and the monarchs started 1963 the musical career from Van Morrison. (1st. vinyl recording). 1965 founded he the group THEM and 1967 he startet his Solo carrier.