Title: Louie Louie: Me Gotta Go Now
Author: Dick Peterson; Jim Ojala (editor)
Description: Stated First Edition (January 2006). Inscribed and signed by the author and four additional members of The Kingsmen on the ffep. Clean and crisp. Very faint wear to corners of dust jacket. DJ in clear archival sleeve. 394 pp. 9.25 x 6.25 inches.
Signed by band members Dick Peterson (1963-present), Mike Mitchell (1959-present), Steve Peterson (1988-present), Todd McPherson (1992-present), and Dennis Mitchell (2006-present). Peterson, the Kingsmen's drummer, autobiographically recounts the true story of the band, and tells the story of their infamous and suspectedly "obscene" recording of the song "Louie Louie." The FBI under J. Edgar Hoover, upon the recommendation of Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, took 31 months in their investigation of the song. They came up with inconclusive results and reported that it was found to be "unintelligible at any speed."
Condition: Near Fine
Jacket Condition: Near Fine
Publisher: Thalian Press
Place: [Sherwood, Oregon]
Keywords: autobiography, rock n roll, PNW, Pacific Northwest, Portland, Oregon, rock music, garage bands, Kingsmen, bands,
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