|1||Twist It UP||2:32|
|2||Twist And Shout||1:52|
|LK - 493||Johnny O'Keefe||Twist It Up (7", Single, TP)||Leedon||LK - 493||Australia||1963|
Johnny O'Keefe 1959 (One month after the original release). Joey Dee & The Starliters November 1961. Carl Holmes and His Commanders 1962. "Johnny O'Keefe with the Rajahs - Shout (Parts 1 & 2)". Where Did They Get That Song?. Retrieved October 17, 2011. "Lulu and the Luvers: Shout". The Heat Is On (1975). Harvest for the World (1976). Go for Your Guns (1977). Winner Takes All (1979). Go All the Way (1980).
Johnny O'Keefe (born January 19 1935, Bondi Junction, New South Wales, Australia - died October 6 1978, Sydney, Australia) was an Australian Rock'n'Roll singer. Began his career in the mid to late 1950's when, together with American born entrepreneur Lee Gordon (2), he pioneered rock'n'roll in Australia. He earned the title of "The Wild One" from his frantic stage antics and his 1959 recording of "Shout" became an Australian rock'n'roll' national anthem.
Johnny O'Keefe was the younger brother of Australian jurist Barry O'Keefe (a former head of the New South Wales ICAC). His father, Alderman Ray O'Keefe, was Mayor of Waverley Council in the early 1960s. Through Barry, O'Keefe was the uncle of Australian TV personality Andrew O'Keefe. Johnny O'Keefe died in 1978 from a drug overdose. O'Keefe in December 1969. Background information. Twist It Up". 44. LK-493.
The Very Best of Johnny O'Keefe.