Rock 'n' Roll Drum Beat. Spinout Records. A Hunk of Drums. Country Style. Capitol Catalog Mkt C Volume 1 remained on the Hot for an incredible three years! Co-composer Zappa can also be heard on the song playing the xylophone. Laboe himself contributed a bit to the arrangement and provided suggestions of which groups to feature.
Art Laboe even cut a single on his label and curiously — Hollywood glamour girl Jayne Mansfield had one release in Laboe discovered Preston when he was bongoing in a local coffee shop and signed him on the spot. He was very close, familiar and popular with his Los Angeles area teenage audience. He broke down racial barriers as far as was possible at his drive-in gig and at the El Monte, especially and through his on-air presence — opening his venue, his program and his record label to one and all.
Chew Tobacco Rag. Cisco Kid. C Jam Blues. Barney Bigard and Orchestra. Come On Let's Go. Cool Jerk. Dance with the Devil. Day After Day. Day Tripper.
Don't Be Cruel. Do the Boomerang. Down in the Boondocks. Do You Wanna Dance. Drums A Go-Go. The Hollywood Persuaders. Early in the Morning. The Ding Dongs [Bobby Darin]. Expressway to Your Heart. Four Walls. Funky Broadway. Dyke and The Blazers.
Geisha Girl. Get Down. Gilbert O'Sullivan. Going Up the Country. Good Lovin'. Good Thing. Got My Mojo Working. Graduation Day. Great Balls of Fire. Hallelujah Day. Hanky Panky. The Raindrops [US]. Happenings Ten Years Time Ago. Hawaiian War Chant. Hawaiian Quintette. Hey Big Brother. Hey Joe. Hocus Pocus. Honky Tonk. I Can't Get No Satisfaction.
The Rolling Stones. I Don't Need No Doctor. Ray Charles and His Orchestra. We have seen LP sets as high as volume 40, and expect the LP volumes might exist as high as volume As far as we have seen, almost all the cover art for the LP and CD series are identical. Essentially the same information was contained in the CD booklets, which also folded out into a not-as-large sheet. The two vinyl discs were housed in Time-Life anti-static poly- lined inner sleeves.
Early issues in the series had many flaws, like wrong versions, mono instead of stereo, and many disc transfers. To their credit, Time-Life aggressively upgraded the sound when they found better sources, and eventually corrected many of the wrong versions, especially on CD. This resulted in re-mastered CD versions of the same volumes, usually indistinguishable from the earlier CD pressings unless one studied the matrix numbers remasters were indicated by "RE-1," "RE-2," etc.Jan 10, · HEY BIG BROTHER, #19 IN , USA BILLBOARD Rare Earth is an American blues rock band affiliated with Motown's Rare Earth record label (named after the band), which prospered from –