From 1968, please enjoy Creedence Clearwater Revival and perhaps my favorite version of a Little Richard song -- "Good Golly Miss Molly" -- ever.
Most of Little Richard's hits -- and the vast majority of the White Boy covers of same (cf: The Beatles doing "Long Tall Sally") -- have a gloriously over the top, absurdist abandon. Not so this one, which -- to my ears at least -- practically drips dark menacing atmosphere.
Seriously, you could segue from this directly into "Run Through the Jungle" without anybody thinking that the mood had changed.
In any case, there are few things in the entire history of rock-and-roll more exciting than the way John Fogerty's screams lead into the last guitar solo on this.
Also: hand claps.