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Apache
Bert Weedon Lyrics


We have lyrics for 'Apache' by these artists:

Bjelleklang Holiholihoo Først kommer det reklame, alle sitter pal og P…
Black Eagle Señales de humo te hago Y la pipa de la paz…
Fatboy Slim Fatboy Slim You've Come A Long Way Baby Gangster Trippin' …
Grandmaster Flash Ho, ho, ho! Tonto, jump on it, jump on it, jump…
Grandmaster Flash & The Sugarhill Gang Ho, ho, ho Tonto, jump on it, jump on it, jump…
Grandmaster Flash Sugarhill Gang & The Sugarhill Gang Ho, ho, ho! Tonto, jump on it, jump on it, jump…
hooligan chase What′s up, ooh(do it, do it, aye-aye) What's up, ooh(do it,…
Huecco Señales de humo te hago Y la pipa de la paz…
Incredible Bongo Band Baby, come tell me 'bout your tree-house And your candy-str…
J.D. Beatz Non parlo più corro per me Non to mai chiesto nulla…
Jørgen Ingmann Apache Indian Karma I Pray (unplugged) Chorus Say me a sit d…
johnny & the jammers Hoof prints and foot prints deep ruts the wagons made…
Jorgen Ingmann & His Guitar Apache Indian Karma I Pray (unplugged) Chorus Say me a sit d…
Jørgen Ingmann Apache Indian Karma I Pray (unplugged) Chorus Say me a s…
La Pequeña Revancha Que me lleve lo oscuro Y que rompa en pedazos Sobre mí…
Las Cafeteras Put down the pain, put down the gun Dancing warrior of…
Les Innocents Tu aimerais te perdre au pas de la foule Au…
M.A.S.I. Hoes on my dick, money on my ice Chains on my…
Scooter Check, one two, ah Take care to get what you like Or…
Scripture Check,one two Aahhh Take care to get what you like Or you…
Sonny James Lonely Silver Dove Sweet Apache maid Lonely Silver Dove Swee…
Star Fighter a battleship apache…
Starfighter a battleship apache…
Starfighter (Johan Gielen) a battleship apache…
Still Fresh Paname c'est pas beverly hills elle pourrait s'faire marave …
Sugarhill Gang Ho, ho, ho! Tonto, jump on it, jump on it, jump…
The Ruse I’m sticking out like a shout on the sideline Hot on…
The Southern Death Cult The apache means enemy to me The apache means enemy to…
The Sugarhill Gang Ho, ho, ho Tonto, jump on it, jump on it, jump…
The Sugarhill Gang vs. Grandmaster Flash Ho, ho, ho! Tonto, jump on it, jump on it, jump…
The Ventures Babys, the The Babys If you've got the time If I say I…

We have lyrics for these tracks by Bert Weedon:

Guitar Boggie Shuffle Aerosmith Box Of Fire Rockin' Pneumonia And The Boogie Woogi…
Guitar Boogie Shuffle Aerosmith Box Of Fire Rockin' Pneumonia And The Boogie Woogi…

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Dominic Culleton

A great inspiration to all the guitar greats, Clapton, McCartney and May to name a few. RIP Mr.Weedon.

Philip Hovey

I’ve still got that Bert Weedon LP 😘 and I remember seeing him live 😜

Peter Austin

Bert recorded this months before the Shadows got hold of it.!!!

Alejandro Blanco

This version is so cool and interesting ,more experimental than the Shadows and Ventures...

ronowen39

bert plays extra notes in this version of apache what a player

Geoffrey Lamb

Sadly Bert Weldon was a generation ahead of me, so as a 13 year old boy with his first guitar, I viewed his Playing way out of my league, but we were on the cusp of BRITISH rock, with the Beatles another generation away. So I dismissed Bert as a serious role model, going the route of Skiffle to my hero’s (whom sadly still older than I am, I doubt I’d ever meet... isn’t one of Hanks Guitar cases to hold his Zimmerman frame). This is where time was plotting against Bert, I’m reliably informed that Apache was intended for Bert. The Shads (my semi reliable ) informant tells me, had QM’s stores as the intended A side of a disk, which Bruce believed would only sell to their parents! Hank is credited and industry ‘badged’ as being the CLEAN SOUNDING ORIGINAL. But I just listened to Bert’s rendition of of Apache, with no effects at all, and I know Hanks reputation for being a really excellent and honest person, probably because of his faith, and I’d be really interested for Hank to tell me IF he used Bert as a mentor. As an adequate player myself, I feel that Bert laid the groundwork, but with Bruce’s 6 hits in a row written for Sir Clifford, and those incredible lead breaks by Hank, the first BRITISH sound was born. How could the Shads fail with tramlines laid, equipped by Fender and Vox (my source tells me) a Watkins’s Copycat somewhere in the mix and incredible TALLENT . Oh my source? Sadly he died of Asthsma in 1969, we’d started a band at school and as I was the only one who could play chords, he was lead guitar. His name was Pete Welch....in the months before he died he claimed he had an Aunty in Bognor who was always telling him about his cousin Bruce who played in « some skiffle group » encouraging us to do better.. she even bought him a VOX. Anyway, we never put the dots together while Pete was alive and it’s far too late now... but I wonder. So that’s my contribution to Rock history, from a framework built by Bert Weedon, to the Shads and upwards. One piece of Rock wisdom. Our little band were once the warm up for the WHO. The audience actually noticed us and gave us a ripple of applause as we went off. This bloke in the wings ‘ordered us to take a bow’... a total no-no, he said he’d fix it up with ‘management’. Slightly more enthusiastic ripple rising to a roar as this bloke came on stage with us. As we staggered off the bloke said to me « Beats enfin drugs doesn’t it? ». Turns out the bloke was the singer for the main act..I think his name was Rodger Daltry. I genuinely believe that Bert paved the way for BRIT-ROCK. When Pete died I got a proper job, according to my dad. But then again, I was missing the 2 essentials demonstrated by BERT. DEVOTION TO THE ART AND TALLENT. This guitar hack misses him greatly, thanks Bert for being the pathfinder.

Charlie McGowan's Partick Hill Station

Bert weedon -Magic. Loved to watch him on BBC

canarsie56

this is great but the cover by the Shadows with Hank Marvin is the best

Kaz Dziamka

And many have thought so: the best, "definitive" cover of Lordan's masterpiece (inspired by a stupid, racist American movie, though) is that by the Shadows. Thanks.

Robert Mixchum

On every version of this tune, even those by Bert Weedon, Apache is credited Jerry Lordan... Nothing more to say !

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