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Stanislav Hranický - Rok S Monikou (In The Summertime - Mungo Jerry Czech Cover)

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From '' Rok S Monikou / Ty Dobře Víš '' Label: Panton Catalog#: 04 0332 Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Mono Country: Czechoslovakia Released: 1971 Tracks A Rok S Monikou (In The Summertime) Written-By -- Ray Dorset Lyrics By [Czech] -- Karel Čejka B Ty Dobře Víš Music By -- Ivo Pavlík Lyrics By -- Karel Čejka Vocals [Zpívá] -- Stanislav Hranický Performer -- Ivo Pavlík Backing Band [Hraje Skupina] -- Majestic, Skupina Ivo Pavlíka Design [Cover] -- Josef Koloč Photography -- Jaromír Král Producer -- Pavel Staněk Cover © 1970 Photography © 1970 Made in Czechoslovakia ℗ 1970 ------------------------ "In the Summertime" is a song recorded in 1970 by the British pop-blues band Mungo Jerry. Written by the group's leader Ray Dorset, this song, which celebrates the carefree days of summer, reached the Number 1 position on charts around the world (including seven weeks in the UK), Number 1 for 2 weeks in Canada, and Number 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in the US. It is considered one of the highest selling singles of all time with an estimated 5-10 million copies sold. It was also the year-end top seller of 1970 in the UK singles chart. Cover versions Shaggy covered the song and released it as the first single from his album Boombastic. His cover version features Rayvon, who sings the parts of the original song, while Shaggy raps his own verses. His version was successful in various countries and reached the top 10 in the UK (Number 5) and the USA (Number 3). Other cover versions A near identical version of the song was released in Australia in 1970 at the time of the 1970 radio ban by The Mixtures, which had a clever beach-related promo music video. They followed it up with "The Pushbike Song", which sounded nearly identical to "In the Summertime". Another cover version was recorded by the Idle Race and enjoyed some success in South America, but it was not released in the UK until its appearance on a retrospective CD in 1996. The 1996 film The Substitute used a new version of the tune in its soundtrack. In 2006, the progressive keyboardist Derek Sherinian covered the song on his album Blood of the Snake, featuring singer Billy Idol, guitarist Slash, and bassist Tony Franklin. In 2007 it was on Lazlo Bane cover album, Guilty Pleasures. In 2007, the American rap rock group Phunk Junkeez covered the song on their album Hydro Phonic. The lyrics are altered to including various references to smoking marijuana, as well as the addition of original rap verses. In 2010, the stars of multiple Disney XD shows performed a "family friendly" version of the song to promote Summer on Disney XD 2010. The song is performed by Adam Hicks, Daniel Curtis Lee and Hutch Dano. The music video has cameos by Cole Sprouse and Dylan Sprouse from The Suite Life on Deck; and Mitchel Musso, Doc Shaw and Kelsey Chow from Pair of Kings (Shaw being in Suite Life on Deck and Pair of Kings), a new series premiering fall 2010. Other media citations "In the Summertime" was featured in the official soundtrack of the 2005 film, Wedding Crashers, starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson "In the Summertime" can be heard in the background of a scene in Mr. Deeds "In the Summertime" is featured in the 1997 Welsh film Twin Town, directed by Kevin Allen, and starring Rhys Ifans and Dougray Scott "In the Summertime" can be found at the beginning of the movie Drowning Mona "In the Summertime" is featured in the 2008 film, An American Carol "In the Summertime" is used in the UK version of Life On Mars, second series, second episode. "In the Summertime" was used and modified as a Canadian commercial jingle for Kraft Barbecue Sauce in the 1980s. "In the Summertime" is used in the TV show The Simpsons in Season 15, Episode 20: "The Way We Weren't". "In the Summertime" is used in the TV show Only Fools and Horses in the episode It Never Rains... "In the Summertime" was used in the TV show The Cleveland Show in Season 2, Episode 16: "The Way The Cookie Crumbles".