‘How about that!’

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GEE.

Last seen on: Wall Street Journal Crossword – Jan 22 2019 – Generation Z


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Random information on the term “GEE”:

“Gee”, released in June 1953 by The Crows, is a song which has been credited as the first rock and roll hit by a rock and roll group.[1] It is a doo-wop song, written by William Davis and Viola Watkins, and recorded by the Crows on the independent label, Rama Records, at Beltone Studios in New York City in February 1953. It charted in April 1954, one year later. It took a year to get recognized on Your Hit Parade. It landed No.2 on the rhythm and blues chart and No. 14 on the pop chart. It was the first 1950s doo-wop record to sell over one million records. Recorded on an independent label, it was one of the first such R&B records to crossover to the wider pop market.[2]

The song starts with a few bars of nonsense:[2]

followed by the lead vocal;

then the group:

The vocals are infectiously upbeat with wonderful harmonies and use of nonsense syllables, sounding like enthusiastic street-corner singing. The modified jump blues instrumental backup, with its infectious melody and Charlie Christian- like guitar solo, is the perfect accompaniment.[3]

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