|A1||Flat Duo Jets Anthem|
|A2||The Dainty Song|
|A3||Go Go Harlem Baby|
|A4||You Belong To Me|
|A5||Frog Went A Courtin'|
|A6||No Greater Love|
|A7||I Don't Know|
|B4||Don't Blame Me|
|B5||Love Has Its Joke Sometimes|
|B7||Apple Blossom Time|
|B8||Ask Me How I Live|
|7-5031-1||Flat Duo Jets||Go Go Harlem Baby (LP, Album)||Sky Records||7-5031-1||US||1991|
|TMR 059||Flat Duo Jets||Go Go Harlem Baby (LP, Album, RE)||Third Man Records||TMR 059||US||2011|
|TMR 059||Flat Duo Jets||Go Go Harlem Baby (LP, Ltd, Whi)||Third Man Records||TMR 059||US||2011|
|7-5031-2||Flat Duo Jets||Go Go Harlem Baby (CD, Album)||Sky Records||7-5031-2||US||1991|
The legendary Jim Dickinson's production makes the sound both clear enough yet still gritty. That was then (1991 or so), and this is now. Go-Go Harlem Baby is of course a classic, it's beautiful, there's not a bum track, and I love it. I especially like that it ends with two plaintive piano ballads. But if you find a copy of their first album (be it on CD or vinyl), you must get it. To do otherwise would be cultural suicide.
Go Go Harlem Baby (3:11). Overview (current section). Black Rooster Squall. Flashes of Her. Vee Dee. Similar Artists.
Flat Duo Jets is an American psychobilly band from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and Athens, Georgia. They were a major influence on several bands of the 1990s and 2000s, including The White Stripes. In interviews, Jack White (the White Stripes' lead singer and guitarist) has often acknowledged Dexter Romweber's influence
The song 'Rock House' by Flat Duo Jets has a tempo of 139 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Go Go Harlem Baby'. Top Songs Flat Duo Jets.
Artist: Flat Duo Jets. Album: Go Go Harlem Baby. Go Go Harlem Baby: Best 2 songs. Flat Duo Jets - TV Mama 02:00. Flat Duo Jets - Frog Went A Courtin' 02:15. Flat Duo Jets: best 2 tracks. Flat Duo Jets - TV Mama Go Go Harlem Baby, 2006 02:00. Flat Duo Jets - Tura Satana White Trees, 1993 01:35. Artist: Flat Duo Jets.
Released: January 1, 1991. 1. Flat Duo Jets Anthem.
Flat Duo Jets, "Frog Went a Courtin'" on "Go Go Harlem Baby" (1991). Otis High & Flarrie Griffin, "Froggie Went a-Courtin'" (on "Hand-Me-Down Music - Old Songs, Old Friends: 1 - Traditional Music of Union County, North Carolina" (1979)). Tom Glazer: Froggie went a courting". Norman Cazden, Herbert Haufrecht, Norman Studer, Folk Songs of the Catskills (1982), 142, "Missie Mouse" (1 text, 1 tune). Cecil Sharp & Maud Karpeles, 80 English Folk Songs (1968), 75, "The Frog and the Mouse" (1 text, 1 tune-a composite version).