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Lets Go (Pony) - The Routers - Superbird

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  1. "Let's Go" by The Cars sampled The Routers's "Let's Go (Pony)". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music, cover songs and remixes.
  2. The Routers first release in September was the guitar-driven instrumental "Let's Go (Pony)", [3] which reached #19 on the Billboard chart. Its infectious “clap clap clap-clap-clap clap-clap-clap-clap Let's Go!" chant became a favorite of cheerleaders and crowds worldwide.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Routers - Superbird at Discogs. Complete your The Routers collection/5(6).
  4. THE ROUTERS. The Routers were more of a trademark name than an actual group. In the late fifties and early sixties, it was not uncommon to record an instrumental rock 'n' roll number with a group of veteran studio musicians, release the recording with a fictitious name and, if the record was a hit, send a completely different group with the same name on the road to promote the records.
  5. ‎A US instrumental unit formed in the early 60s in the Los Angeles, California area, the original Routers were not the same musicians that eventually secured the bands only hit in with Lets Go (Pony). The original band comprised musicians Mike Gordon, Al Kait, Bill Moody, Lynn Frazier and a fift. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
  6. Dec 31,  · ‎Album · · 12 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it opera.frostseekerbearonanaralore.infoinfoed on: January 01,
  7. The Routers - Discography. All Countries: 47 Records: The Routers A: Let's Go (Pony) B: Mashy: Warner Bros. Back To Back Hits USA: 7" 1: The Routers A: Superbird B: Sack O' Woe: Mercury USA: Sep 7" 0: Norman Greenbaum A: Spirit In The Sky The Routers.
  8. Formed in by Mike Gordon, the Routers recordings were the touring group and sessions musicians. The actual group consisted of Gordon, Randy Viers, Lynn Frazier and a was the touring group. The Routers first release in September was Let's Go (Pony), which reached # 19 on the Billboard charts. Its infectious “clap clap clap-clap-clap.
  9. The Routers covered Washington Square, Hot Pastrami, Sack of Woe, No Particular Place to Go and other songs. The Routers originally did Washington Square, Hot Pastrami, Sack of Woe, No Particular Place to Go and other songs.

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