The Sweet & The Pipkins ‎– Gimme Dat Ding

Music For Pleasure ‎– MFP 5248
Vinyl, LP, Compilation

Pistas Ocultar Créditos

A1 The Sweet The Lollipop Man
Written-By – Hammond-Hazlewood
A2 The Sweet Time
Written-By – The Sweet
A3 The Sweet All You'll Ever Get From Me
Written-By – Cook-Greenaway
A4 The Sweet The Juicer
Written-By – Stewart*
A5 The Sweet Get On The Line
Written By – Barry–KimWritten-By – Kim*, Barry*
A6 The Sweet Mr. McGallagher
Written-By – Stewart*
B1 The Pipkins Gimme Dat Ding
Written-By – Hammond-Hazlewood
B2 The Pipkins Yakety Yak
Written-By – Leiber–Stoller*
B3 The Pipkins The People That You Wanna 'Phone Ya
Written-By – Hammond-Hazlewood
B4 The Pipkins My Baby Loves Lovin'
Written-By – Cook-Greenaway
B5 The Pipkins Busy Line
Written By – Semos–StantonWritten-By – Stanton*, Semos*
B6 The Pipkins Sunny Honey Girl
Written By – Cook–Greenaway–Hiller–GoodisonWritten-By – Goodison*, Cook*, Greenaway*, Hiller*

Compañías, etc.



Split release with The Sweet on the A Side and The Pipkins (Tony Burrows and Roger Greenaway) on the B Side.

Released approximately in late 1971 or early 1972 according to the label discography.

Código de Barras y Otros Identificadores

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, A-side, stamped): SMFP 5248 A-1 GR 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, B-side, stamped): SMFP 5248 B-1 T 1
  • Rights Society: NCB
  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Rights Society: Britico



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25 de abril de 2017

the Sweet side rocks and is totally worth having, the Pipkins side not so much, well, unless you remembered and somehow liked "Gimme Dat Ding," Odd pairing but somehow understandable considering the Bubble Gum concocted image the Sweet were forced to endure via mgmt..