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Bad Little Woman

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"Bad Little Woman"
Single by The Wheels
from the album Bad Little Woman
Released5 February 1966
Format7-inch single
Genre
  • Blues Rock
  • Garage rock
Length2:57
LabelColumbia
Songwriter(s)Van Morrison
The Wheels singles chronology
"Gloria"
(1965)
"Bad Little Woman"
(1966)
"Call My Name"
(1966)

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"Bad Little Woman" is a single from garage rock band The Wheels.[1] The song is composed by Van Morrison. The Wheels was dissolved in 1967.

The song was released on February 5, 1966 in the US. Renamed the Wheel-a-Ways for the American version of The Wheels.[1]

Other versions[edit]

The Shadows of Knight version[edit]

"Bad Little Woman"
Single by The Shadows of Knight
from the album Back Door Men
B-side"Gospel Zone"
ReleasedAugust, 1966
Format7-inch single
GenreGarage rock
Length2:35
LabelDunwich
Songwriter(s)Van Morrison
The Shadows of Knight singles chronology
"Oh Yeah"
(1966)
"Bad Little Woman"
(1966)
"I'm Gonna Make You Mine"
(1966)

Listen to the song Bad Little Woman or Buy it on amazon A few months after its release in the US, Garage rock band The Shadows of Knight put the song on the album Back Door Men. The song was released in late summer and reached number 91 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1966. Bad Little Woman didn't bring them to the national level. But in Chicago they even got a better reception of the "Gloria"single.[2]

Charts[edit]

Chart (1966) Position
Billboard Hot 100 91[3]


Personnel[edit]

The Wheels[edit]

  • Brian Rossi – organ, vocals
  • Rod Demick – rhythm guitar and vocals
  • Herbie Armstrong – lead guitar
  • Tito Tinsley – bass
  • Victor Catling – drums

The Shadows of Knight[edit]

  • David "Hawk" Wolinski – organ
  • Joe Kelly – guitar
  • Jerry McGeorge – guitar
  • Warren Rogers – bass
  • Tom Schiffour – drums
  • Jim Sohns – vocal

References[edit]


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  1. 1.0 1.1 "The Wheels (The Wheel-a-Ways) | Garage Hangover". Retrieved 2019-08-01.
  2. "Dunwich Album Discography". www.bsnpubs.com. Retrieved 2019-07-31.
  3. "The Shadows Of Knight Bad Little Woman Chart History". Billboard. Retrieved 2019-07-31.