Moving With The Sh-Sh-Shakers

‘Do Fries Go with That Shake?’ is a funny track by Parliament-Funkadelic leader George Clinton. The song was released in 1986 by Capitol Records and was originally featured on the album ‘R&B Skeletons in the Closet’. It was the second highest charting single of George Clinton's solo career after ‘Atomic Dog,’ peaking at number 13 on the Billboard Hot Black Singles chart. The music video for this song is a variation of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. Enjoy that one and all the other shakes I selected. Let's shake it all over! :-) Picture: Kandice (King Charles)


Manujothi – Shake Your Body (1980)
James & Bobby Purify ‎– Shake A Tail Feather (1967)
Jackie Wilson ‎– Shake A Leg (1973)
The Gap Band – Shake (1979)
George Clinton – Do Fries Go With That Shake!? (1986)
Bar-Kays – Shake Your Rump To The Funk (1976)
Kwick – Shake Till Your Body Break (1981)
Cheryl Lynn – Shake It Up Tonight (1981)
Klique ‎– I Can't Shake This Feeling (1982)
Virgie Williams And Washington Jamb Band ‎– Shake Time Nursery Rhyme (1979)
KC & The Sunshine Band ‎– (Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty (1976)
The Universal Robot Band ‎– Dance And Shake Your Tambourine (1977)
The Vibrations – Shake It Up (1974)
Joey Negro And The Sunburst Band ‎– Moving With The Shakers (2008)
Syreeta ‎– Can't Shake Your Love (1981)
The Temptations ‎– Shakey Ground (1975)
Peaches & Herb – Shake Your Groove Thing (1978)
The Jacksons ‎– Shake Your Body (Down The Ground) (1978)

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