Rockin' Pneumonia & The Boogie Woogie Flu

Song composer(s)

Smith, Huey / Vincent, Johnny

Grateful Dead Recordings

Not recorded by the Dead

Dead Related Recordings

No Dead related recordings entered

Other Recordings

Single : Huey Smith & The Clowns (1957)
Havin' A Good Time : Huey "Piano" Smith & Clowns (1959)
Go P. J. [a.k.a. Somewhere] - P. J. Proby (1965)
14 Things To Think About : Chris Farlowe (1966)
Aces 3 Volume VII : Various Artists (Huey Smith) (1967)
Supersnazz : Flamin' Groovies (1968)
The Greatest Teenage Hits of All Time! : Various Artists (Huey Smith) (196?)
Rock & Roll Revival! : Huey "Piano" Smith (1971)
L. A. Reggae : Johnny Rivers (1972)
The Very Best of Johnny Rivers : Johnny Rivers (1974)
Somewhere : P.J. Proby (1975)
Still Shakin' : The Flamin' Groovies (1976)
Rock 'n' Roll Gumbo : Professor Longhair (1977)
The Ace Story, Volume 1 - Various Artists (Huey Smith) (1980)
Spirits In It : Patti Labelle (1981)
Rockin' & Jivin' : Huey "Piano" Smith (1981)
The Complete Crickets : Crickets (1984)
Pitta Pattin' : Huey Smith (1987)
Less Than Zero Soundtrack : Various Artists (Aerosmith) (1987)
Flat Out : John Scofield (1988)
Rock & Roll Revival : Huey Smith (1991)
His Speciality Recordings 1956-1958 : Art Neville (1992)
The Blue Horizon Story, Vol. 1, 1965-1970 : Various Artists (Jellybread) (1997)
BBC Radio 1 Live In Concert : Family (199?)

Notes

Lead vocals - Garcia.

Title is derived from a verse in Roll Over Beethoven by Chuck Berry "I got the rockin' pneumonia, / I need a shot of rhythm and blues. / I think I'm rollin' arthritis / Sittin' down by the rhythm revue / Roll over Beethoven rockin' in two by two."

Johnny Vincent was the owner of the ACE who released the original single.