| Shang-A-Lang (song) ： ウィキペディア英語版|
"Shang-A-Lang" is a song and single by Scottish band, Bay City Rollers. Written and produced by Bill Martin and Phil Coulter, it was first released in the UK in 1974. 〔(【引用サイトリンク】 title=Bay City Rollers — Shang-A-Lang )〕
==Background and chart success==
It reached number 2 in the UK charts in 1974 and was in the charts for 10 weeks. It was their third UK chart success and, at the time, their highest placed single in the chart.〔(【引用サイトリンク】 title=Shang-A-Lang )〕 It was kept from the number 1 position by Sugar Baby Love by The Rubettes.
Co-writer Bill Martin described the song as an attempt to combine Brill Building songwriting with the sound of the Glasgow shipyards and was particular influenced by the partly onomatopoeic lines of Da Doo Ron Ron. He has wanted to use "clang-clang" for the sound of the shipyards but did not do so as it was used in The Trolley Song. Co-writer Phil Coulter created the clapping sound by hitting two pieces of wood together as he had in the their 1970 writing success, Back Home, by the England football team.〔
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