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Freddy “Boom Boom” Cannon, Svengoolie and a group of groovy ghouls perform “The Svengoolie Stomp”!
“Whatever happened to the Transylvania Twist?”
“It’s now the stomp.The Svengoolie Stomp!”
i love it
What fun it was to watch and rewatch all those people cutting loose and having a blast doing The Svengoolie Stomp. Thanks for a great memory that will stay with me for a long time.
The Svengoolie Stomp and dats da name of dat tune.
The first time I heard this I knew it was already a classic!
Nuttins better than Stompin’ (chickens) at the Savoy…
Always liked Freddy Cannon…should be in Rock-Hall-Of-Fame!!!! This song should be played even more on Halloween and at Weddings!!!! Good show and great video.
Are you at all worried that the composers of the “Monster Mash” will come after you for copyright infringement”? Personally, I love the “Svengoolie Stomp video, but they might not.
No, not at all.
I’m glad to hear that. I really enjoyed the video, and was surprised, when the credits rolled, to find the well-known people who participated, especially Lou Ferrigno, and Bill Kurtis, who I listen to on NPR. I appreciate his sense of humor.
This was a great job by all who participated.
Is Freddy (Boom Boom) Cannon from Massachusetts?
Thanks for creating the Svengoolie Stomp…It took me back to the days of Bobby Boris Picket and the Monster Mash….What a song that is and Freddy Cannon is fantastic. I remember seeing him in 1972 on Dick Clarks Rock Roll and Remember tour when they played the Thunderbird Hotel in Las Vegas Nevada….what a show that was with the Coasters, and of coarse Dick himself. Thank you Rich for bringing Freddy Cannon out of retirement.His songs have always been great everything from PALISADES PARK AND WAY DOWN YONDER IN NEW ORLEANS AND THE THEME FROM WHERE THE ACTION IS (an out door version of American Bandstand produced by Dick Clark in the 1960;s) to this new song The Svengoolie Stomp…….what a creative thing you have done…and a fun thing too. Thanks Very MUCH
Who is your pianist? Is he featured in the “stomping”?
I’ve been looking for him but don’t see him, aside from his stints at the piano.
Thanks, Kathy L.
He does show up in the Stomp video- it’s Doug Graves, played by Doug Scharf.
Where spcifically in the video does he show up? I’d like to look for him. Thanks, Kathy L.
When the counter reaches – 2:20
Hi, Mr. Svengoolie — I was away having shoulder surgery and rehabbing from February to now. I have a question: is the woman who plays “Dracula’s daughter” a different person from the woman with long blonde hair? The blonde woman appears in the credits, but “Dracula’s daughter” does not.
Thank you for your patience,
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