The Routers - A-Ooga / Big Band album flac
Title: A-Ooga / Big Band
Style: Rock & Roll, Instrumental
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Remembered by Mr. and Ms. Average Listener solely for their 1962 Top 20 instrumental "Let's Go (Pony)," the Routers rode that hit to record a surprising wealth of material in the early to mid-'60s, including four albums and numerous singles. This 27-track compilation lives up to the promise of its subtitle "The Best, The Rarest & the Unreleased," including their chart hits (they did have a mild one after "Let's Go (Pony)," "Sting Ray"), some singles that make their CD debut, and four previously unreleased tracks.
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He also very kindly provided several photos of the touring bands he led, several of which have not been seen before. A-Ooga!!! Stamp & Shake With The Routers collects together the band’s best recordings, including the hits ‘Let’s Go’ and ‘Sting Ray’, all of the rare non-LP 45s and highlights from their four albums. Best of all, there are four unreleased tracks which we are delighted to present here for the first time anywhere. We confidently declare it the best Routers CD ever.
The Routers first release in September 1962 was the guitar-driven instrumental "Let's Go (Pony)", which reached on the Billboard chart. Later Routers recordings were also written by Gordon, including the songs "A-ooga" and "Big Band". Their recordings continued to be issued up to 1964 but with less commercial success, and involved Gordon (guitar), Leon Russell (piano) and Hal Blaine (drums). The same group also recorded over the same period as the Marketts.
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Lanny was not only a pop star in waiting but, when paired with songwriting partner Robert, also a source of catchy instrumentals, such as the Routers’ ‘Let’s Go’ – an irresistibly infectious tune delivered by the twangy guitar of Tommy Tedesco, the rasping sax of Plas Johnson and the big beat of drummer Earl Palmer. Layered on top of everything was the most maddeningly contagious sequence of handclaps that virtually begged you to clap along. And the world did. (Dave Burke).
Tracklist: 1. Let's Go (Pony) 2. Boom Ti Boom 3. Make It Snappy 4. Half Time 5. Sting Ray 6. Snap Happy 7. A-Ooga 8. Big Band 9. Snap, Crackle & Pop 10. Amoeba 11. Crack Up 12.
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Слушайте и скачивайте routers, the на Хотплеере в mp. The Routers - Big Band (1963 US) 02:29. The Routers (США) - Buckle Down Winsocki 02:11. The Routers (США) - wipeout 02:49. The Routers - A-Ooga 03:02. The Routers - Sting Ray 01:52. The Routers - Victory March 02:14.
- Producer – Joe Saraceno
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