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Hole In My Shoe is a song by Traffic which as a single release reached #2 in the UK charts in 1967. It is one of the defining tracks of acid rock, although it has ben suggested that Steve Winwood disliked the song, feeling that it did not represent the band's real musical or lyrical style. Traffic was a rock band, from Birmingham in the late 1960s and led by Steve Winwood, with Jim Capaldi, Chris Wood and Dave Mason, after Winwood left the Spencer Davis Group. ... Acid rock may refer to— a form of music. ... Stephen Laurence (Steve) Winwood (born May 12, 1948) in Birmingham England, was a part of the Birmingham Rhythm and blues scene from a young age, playing the Hammond organ and guitar, backing blues singers like Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, T-Bone Walker, Howlin Wolf, B. B. King, Sonny Boy...


In the sitcom The Young Ones, Neil, one of the principal characters, continually sang a recognisable line from Hole In My Shoe. Eventually, in July 1984, Nigel Planer who played the role released a cover version of the song, which reached the same #2 peak as the original. A sitcom or situation comedy is a genre of comedy performance originally devised for radio but today typically found on television. ... The Young Ones; Left to right: Jerzi Balowski (Alexei Sayle), Neil (Nigel Planer), Rik (Rick Mayall), Mike (Christopher Ryan) & Viv (Adrian Edmondson) The Young Ones was a British sitcom about four male students sharing a house. ... Nigel Planer (February 22, 1955) is a British actor and comedian. ...


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Hole In My Shoe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (139 words)
Hole In My Shoe is a song by Traffic which as a single release reached #2 in the UK charts in 1967.
It is one of the defining tracks of acid rock, although it has ben suggested that Steve Winwood disliked the song, feeling that it did not represent the band's real musical or lyrical style.
In the sitcom The Young Ones, Neil, one of the principal characters, continually sang a recognisable line from Hole In My Shoe.
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