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  1. Dousar
    Format: 3×CD, Year: , Label: One Day Music (DAY 3CD), Barcode: , Length: Release “Poison Ivy: Gems From The Atco Vaults ” by Various Artists - .
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  2. Ganris
    Getting beyond the discographical details into the music itself, in its original Coasters version, "Poison Ivy" was a classic if frivolous rock novelty about the poison ivy itch, written by the top songwriting team of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, and liberally sprinkled with catchy calypso-like .
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  3. Bazuru
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Poison Ivy - The Songs Of Leiber & Stoller on Discogs.4/5(2).
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  5. Dusar
    Poison Ivy is an eccentric compilation indeed of compositions by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, one of the greatest songwriting teams of early rock & kenwyzadiburphezaconzaczcilpercma.xyzinfod of being chock-full of the most familiar hit covers one might expect of a Leiber-Stoller compilation -- the hits they wrote for the Coasters, the Drifters, Elvis Presley, and Dion, for instance -- it's almost wholly devoted to non 6/
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  6. Zulutaur
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  8. Nehn
    The song Poison Ivy was written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller and was first released by The Coasters in It was covered by Sam The Sham and The Pharaohs, Linda McCartney, El Klan, Ray Columbus and The Invaders and other artists.
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  9. Taugis
    Other articles where Poison Ivy is discussed: the Coasters: and “Charlie Brown” and “Poison Ivy” (both ). The Coasters alternated lead singers and featured clever arrangements, including amusing bass replies and tenor saxophone solos by King Curtis, who played a crucial role in creating Atlantic’s rhythm-and-blues sound. With further personnel changes they continued performing.
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