Record NotesIt’s hard to decide what The Beach Boys must have loved more: cars, girls, or surfing. In 1963, though, the band released Little Deuce Coupe, an album comprised of 12 tracks, each about cars. In truth, they weren’t just motivated by a love for rubber and chrome. They did it because Capit..
Record Notes"Let's go surfin' now, everybody's learnin' how, come on a safari with me…"Some of the best known and most beloved lyrics of the era, it was this call of the surfing wild that, on October 1st 1962, introduced the world to The Beach Boys' first studio album, Surfin' Safari.With the succes..
Revolver is the seventh studio album by the English rock band the Beatles. It was released on 5 August 1966, accompanied by the double A-side single "Eleanor Rigby" / "Yellow Submarine". The album was the Beatles' final recording project before their retirement as live performers and marked the grou..
Amazing collection of 20 rare and unreleased songs from bands like: The Chessmen, The Youngones, The Holidays, and The Citadels.
Every fan of acappella and doowop need this in their collection.
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The Blue Jays were a short-lived American doo wop ensemble from Venice, California.
The Blue Jays formed in 1961, and after performing at an amateur's night at the Fox Theatre, they were asked by Werly Fairburn to sign to his Milestone Records. Their debut single was "Lover's I..
Record NotesOriginally Released On Checker In 1962Everybody, so it seemed, recorded a twist album in the aftermath of Chubby Checkers twice chart topping hit single. New and established artists alike rushed into the studio to record albums as quickly as possible before the fad ended. According to th..
"Monster Mash" is a 1962 novelty song by Bobby "Boris" Pickett. The song was released as a single on Gary S. Paxton's Garpax Records label in August 1962 along with a full-length LP called The Original Monster Mash, which contained several other monster-themed tunes. The "Monster Mash" single was #1..
Here's the Man! contains recordings Bland cut for the Duke label in the early '60s. It has the same intensity and variety of his late-'50s breakthrough album, Two Steps From the Blues, and mimics that album's program of big band-blues swingers, straight blues, and ballads. Bland displays his vocal p..
This LP is a little more tilted toward early-'50s R&B and jump blues than rock & roll. it's still superior R&B on the verge of transition into rock & roll, including the Latin-tinged number that became something of a standard, "I Feel So Bad." Much of the ear..
A Date with Elvis is the third full-length studio album by the American garage punk band the Cramps, released in the UK on Big Beat Records in 1986. The title was appropriated from A Date with Elvis (1959), the eighth album by Elvis Presley. The album was recorded in fall 1985 and engineered by Stev..
The Cramps' Bad Music for Bad People is a compilation album of songs from their earlier records, as well as a variety of B-sides and covers. If there is one record that best represents the legendary Cramps at the height of their power, it has to be this onTracklistA1 Garbageman A2 New Kind Of Kick A..