For more on Ray Hoff & The Off Beats, see their 1966 single Tossin’ And Turnin’.
Single on Memphis label Hi by band formed 1959, led by the bassist from Elvis Presley’s Sun sessions 1954-55.
Further reading: Bill Black article at Wikipedia.
Single on Cameo by teen idol Bobby Rydell, B-side of The Woodpecker’s Song.
Recorded December 1962, released 1977 on The Beatles Live at the Star-Club in Hamburg, Germany, 1962.
On the album Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out: The Rolling Stones in Concert. (The apostrophe is theirs, not mine.) Little Queenie was recorded at Madison Square Garden, New York, in November 1969.
References: 1. M.C. Strong, The Great Rock Discography (1996 edition) 2. Wikipedia article on the album.
Single on Vertigo. It was also on Mothers Choice (1976), one of five albums released by Buffalo, a Sydney-based heavy rock band that grew out of Head, formed in Brisbane in 1969. Buffalo broke up after supporting Rainbow on some legs of their 1976 Australian tour.
Further reading: Comprehensive Buffalo site by Eagle.
Thanks to Clay Galvin for the version alert (the best version of this song).