Dizzy" is a song originally recorded by Tommy Roe; it became an international hit single in 1969. Instrumental backing was provided by the Los Angeles session musicians known as the Wrecking Crew. Co-written by Roe and Freddy Weller, "Dizzy" was a major hit on both sides of the Atlantic, reaching number one on the . Billboard Hot 100 for four weeks in March 1969, for one week on the UK Singles Chart in June 1969, and was number one in Canada in March 1969.
Tommy Roe. Produced by Steve Barri. Dizzy I'm so dizzy my head is spinning Like a whirlpool, it never ends And it's you, girl, making it spin You're making me dizzy. First time that I saw you, girl I knew that I just had to make you mine But it's so hard to talk to you With fellas hanging 'round you all the time. I want you for my sweet pet But you keep playing hard to get I'm going around in circles all the time . Co-written by Roe and Freddy Weller, Dizzy was a major hit on both sides of the Atlantic, reaching on the . Billboard Hot 100 for four weeks in March 1969, for one week on the UK Singles Chart in June 1969, and was in Canada in March 1969. Dizzy has 11 key changes total between a total of four keys.
Guitar – Ben Benay, Tommy Roe. Harmonica – Ben Benay. Tommy Roe. Dizzy (LP, Album).
12 In A Roe:A Collection of Tommy Roe's Greatest Hits. 21. We Can Make Music. Caveman" b/w "I Got a Girl" – – Whirling With Tommy Roe And Al Tornello. Sheila" b/w "Pretty Girl" (Non-album track, and not the same recording as below) – "I Got a Girl" b/w "Pretty Girl" – – 1962. Sheila" b/w "Save Your Kisses" (Non-album track).
Charted: 1 1. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. In this song, Tommy Roe gets a touch of vertigo every time he is near a girl who captivates him. At first, he's not sure what to do because other guys are always after her, but when he gets his chance and tells her how he feels, she kisses him and melts his heart. At this point, he's so dizzy he might need medical help. This was a rare pop song with strings
MCA Special Products' Dizzy is effectively a hits compilation since it contains "Sheila," "Everybody," "Sweet Pea," "Dizzy" and "Jam Up Jelly Tight" - everyone of his Top Ten hits except for "Hooray for Hazel. For most casual fans, that's reason enough to pick up the compilation, considering its muy affordable budget-line price.
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Arranged By – Jimmie HaskellProducer – Steve BarriWritten-By – F. Weller*
|B||The You I Need||2:04|
- Printed By – "August Cesarec", Zagreb
- Written-By – Tommy Roe
NotesMade in Yugoslavia by Jugoton under licence from EMI Records (The Gramophone Co. Ltd.) England.
Run out groove: 7569
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A): SST-8280 A 7569-8569
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B): SST-8280 B 7569-8569
|45-11164||Tommy Roe||Dizzy / The You I Need (7", Single)||ABC Records||45-11164||US||1969|
|OSS-8638||Tommy Roe||Dizzy (7", Single)||Stateside||OSS-8638||Australia||1969|
|45-11164||Tommy Roe||Dizzy / The You I Need (7", Single)||ABC Records||45-11164||Belgium||1969|
|SS 2143||Tommy Roe||Dizzy (7", Single)||Stateside||SS 2143||Norway||1969|
|45-633||Tommy Roe||Dizzy / The You I Need (7", Single)||Arton Records||45-633||Israel||1969|