Written-By – Ellie Greenwich, Jeff Barry
|2||I Think We're Alone Now|
Written-By – R. Cordell
|GG 71||Tommy James And The Shondells||Hanky Panky / I Think We're Alone Now (7", RE)||Roulette||GG 71||US||Unknown|
|RGT 249X||Tommy James And The Shondells||Hanky Panky / I Think We're Alone Now (7", Single, RE)||Roulette, Golden Treasures||RGT 249X||Canada||1977|
|GG-71||Tommy James And The Shondells||Hanky Panky / I Think We're Alone Now (7", Single, RE)||Roulette||GG-71||US||Unknown|
|COL-8117||Tommy James & The Shondells||Hanky Panky / I Think We're Alone Now (CD, Single)||Collectables||COL-8117||Canada||1991|
|PC 1065||Tommy James & The Shondells||Hanky Panky / I Think We're Alone Now (7", Single)||Polydor||PC 1065||Canada||1974|
Side A published by TM Music, Inc.
Side B published by Patricia Music Pub. Co.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): (18847 bw)
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): (19089 bw)
- Rights Society: BMI
- Made By – Roulette Records, Inc.
- Published By – T. M. Music, Inc.
- Published By – Patricia Music Pub. Co.
I Think We're Alone Now is the third studio album by the pop rock band Tommy James and the Shondells released in 1967. The album had three singles that charted. The title track went to 4 on the Billboard Hot 100. Mirage reached 10 on the chart. I Like the Way reached 25 on the chart. The album landed on the Billboard 200, reaching 74. Original copies feature a black album cover with two pairs of yellow bare footsteps walking side by side, then facing each other near the top of the cover. Tommy James & The Shondells only scored 2 chart hits in the UK - 1966 Hanky Panky 38 1968 Mony Mony 1 In the USA their hits included - 1966: Hanky Panky. Tommy James & The Shondells Medley: I Think We're Alone NowDraggin' The LineHanky PankyMony, Mony - The Hit Men. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. I Think We're Alone Now In the Style of Tommy James & the Shondells. I Think We're Alone Now. I Think We're Alone Now was the first Top Five hit for Tommy James since his 1966 chart-topper Hanky Panky, and a redemption of sorts forfrom the album that came in between, the sugary It's Only Love. Ritchie Cordell is in total control here, writing the first eight songs on the disc, including all three that charted: I Think We're Alone Now, the exquisite Mirage, and I Like the Way. The album cover is brilliant, total black with two pairs of feet taking two steps forward, then one pair turning around and facing the ot. Main page. Tommy James And The Shondells. Tommy James And The Shondells - I Think We're Alone Now 1967. To favorites 3 Download album. Listen album. Psychedelic Rock Baroque pop. Songs in album Tommy James And The Shondells - I Think We're Alone Now 1967. Tommy James And The Shondells - I Think We're Alone Now. Tommy James And The Shondells - Trust Each Other In Love. Tommy James And The Shondells - What I'd Give To See Your Face Again. Alone Now with Tommy James: A Revealing Interview. by Jim Sullivan. If you were in junior high school, just hitting your teens in 1969, theres a pretty good chance that at every awkward school gym dance you slow-danced to Tommy James and the Shondells Crimson and Clover. James and the Shondells recorded it a DJ in Pittsburgh picked up on it the music trades raved and James went to New York. where he was courted by the record companies. And Morris Levy, owner of Roulette Records and one of the legendary crooks of the 20th century music business, entered-and changed-his life. For better and for worse. Try It Now. Learn More. 12 Songs, 29 Minutes. I Think We're Alone Now Tommy James & The Shondells. More By Tommy James & The Shondells. Crystal Blue Symphonies: The Psychedelic Years. Crimson & Clover. I Think Were Alone Now is the main single from the album of the same name by Tommy James & the Shondells. Originally released January 5, 1967, it was one of their biggest hits, lasting 17 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was written by Ritchie Cordell, staff songwriter of the Shondells' label, Roulette. The only actual members of the Shondells featured on the studio recording of this song were Tommy James and Eddie Gray, the bands guitarist. The rest are featured as background singers and the instrumental backing was provided by a crew of session musicians. The song had a. Tommy James & the Shondells initially formed in 1959 as Tom and the Tornadoes, with the then 12-year-old Tommy Jackson as lead singer. In 1963, he renamed the band The Shondells, after one of his idols, guitarist Troy Shondell. I still have my Hanky Panky album, and on the back it reads that he plays anything you can name. My grandparents all lived in and around Uniontown, PA, and I'd read that George was from Greenburg, PA. I remember one summer I tried to look him up when on one of our many family trips to that region. Never had success finding him. George told me that he played bass on I Think We're Alone Now just before he was fired from the group