OK, more 60's one-hit wonders: This Chicago-born and Detroit-based band launched Ted Nugent's career. Their one hit (#16), their second single, was written by rhythm guitarist Steve Farmer. Ironic, as it is overtly psychedelic/acid rock and Nugent has always been an ardent anti-drug campaigner. The band's name comes from an Irving Shulman novel. Band? Song?
Yesterday's answer: "The Bunny Hop". Flip side: "The Hokey Pokey". Of course now with CD's and iTunes there's no "flip-side" or "Side A/B"! (Se recuerdan de Papa Candito tocando el "Bunny Hop"?)