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Johnny Kidd, de son vrai nom Frederick Heath (23 novembre 1935-8 octobre 1966) est un chanteur et guitariste de Rock'n'roll britannique. Il est l'auteur du classique Shakin' All Over avec son groupe les Pirates.

Né à Willesden en Angleterre, Johnny Kidd fait ses débuts grâce au skiffle. Il monte plusieurs groupes avant de former les Pirates. Ils jouent des titres de rhythm and blues noir de Bo Diddley ou Arthur Alexander. Ils sortent leur premier 45 tours en 1959 chez… en lire plus

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  • Rockers,Ace Cafe,Motorbikes. JK and the Pirates did the UK proud.Could equal Gene Vincent or Jerry Lee any time.Pity the Beatles and crap driving got in the way.
  • I was dubious at first since I had listened to "Shaking All Over" covered by Donna Loren and that I didn't like at all. This band grows on you if you let it, it's no to say they are the best ever but what nice songs they recorded. They might be a One Hit Wonder but that's OK.
  • I've been meaning to check these guys out for about, oh I don't know - 18 years? Thanks to 'Mind the Baby, Mr Bean' for introducing me to them when I was .. five.
  • Spunky music:)
  • <3
  • mick green R.I.P.
  • Dressed as pirates? So lame... yet so awesome! CRAZY FUCKS.
  • i list the pirates and get sponge bob square pants? not impressed so far
  • they're amazing!
  • Jesus Christ, this band is still very underrated even on LastFM. Isn't LastFM supposed to be an alternative to the Radioheaded Coldplayed Lil'Wayned world of MTV and radio ? I find it revolting that J.K. & The Pirates haven't got more listeners and more recognition from these stupid modern music consumers that entitle themselves "cool" and "trend setters". Yeah, I have all the right to feel smug now ;). Long live Johnny & The Pirates ! [3]

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