Label: RCA - APS1-1696 • Format: 8-Track Cartridge Album • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul
It was featured on the soundtrack for the American comedy-thriller film Homegrown. The song is often mistakenly attributed to Bob Marley on the internet and file sharing websites. Marley had been dead two years when this song was written.
Norman Nardini, based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvaniacreated two or more cover versions of this song in the s. Dancing In The Street - Various - Motown Chartbusters Vol.3 first came 911 (Pt.
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Nardini had his band learn it at once and has been performing the song for over twenty years. He wanted to air a cover version on CBS in the s, but the label could not track down the original writers.
Bert Susanka, the lead singer of The Ziggens a major influence on Sublimeis also sampled saying, "Smoked cigarettes 'til the day she died! The track is also used in the film Mallrats when the contestants for a game show are passed out on the floor after being given marijuana by Jay and Silent Bob.
Sublime's version is featured in the Rocksmith video game as a DLC track. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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