The Illusions - Surfin' & Stompin' album flac
Title: Surfin' & Stompin'
Style: Surf, Rock & Roll, Pop Rock
MP3 album: 1443 mb
FLAC album: 1438 mb
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Genre: Rock / Pop
Surfin' and Stompin'. Surfin' and Stompin'.
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Stompin' at the Savoy" is a 1934 jazz standard composed by Edgar Sampson. It is named after the famed Harlem nightspot the Savoy Ballroom in New York City. Both Webb and Goodman recorded it as an instrumental, Goodman's being the bigger hit. Lyrics were added by lyricist Andy Razaf.
Singer: The Illusions. Album: Surfin' & Stompin'. The Illusions - Surfin' & Stompin' MP3 version. 1289 downloads at 32 mb/s. The Illusions - Surfin' & Stompin' FLAC version. 1671 downloads at 31 mb/s.
First catalog number on cover, second on label. The title of A5 appears on the label as ''Little Girl (You're My Miss America)''. Matrix, Runout (Side A - Label): T1-1808.
Now IT’s stompin’ time. December 1963) B. 25010. The crusher, the gremlin from the kremlin, shark attack, stompin’ time. The explosive sounds of the atlantics. April 1964) B. 25037. Great surfin’ sounds of the atlantics. lp) (1972) mfp (s) mf. War of the worlds, bombora, surfer’s paradise, free fall, tahitian waters, stompin’ time, coral island, stompede, bluebottles, glassy walls. The cbs singles collection 1963-1965. Kenny shane & the atlantics. surfin’ queen, count down stomp (October 1963) CBS B. 21054. i’m glad, i wanna love you (1964) CBS B. 21114.
|1||–The Illusions||Surfer's Lullaby||3:04|
|2||–The Illusions||Lido Stomp||3:02|
|3||–The Illusions||Que Paso||2:45|
|6||–Little Julian & The Illusions||Lonely, Lonely Nights||2:17|
|7||–Little Julian & The Illusions||I Want To Be With You||1:53|
|8||–Little Julian & The Illusions||Lonely, Lonely Nights (Version 2)||2:17|
|9||–Marlow Stewart & The Illusions||Earthquake||2:17|
|10||–The Frantic Illusions*||Ooh-Pooh-Pah-Doo||2:46|
|12||–The Illusions||People Say (Original Demo)||3:26|
|13||–The Illusions||I'll Go On Loving You||2:04|
|14||–The Illusions||If I Had A Hammer||2:36|
|16||–The Illusions||Don't Take Your Love From Me||2:39|
|17||–Bobby Mason||People Say (1966 Version)||2:22|
|19||–The Wedge||Gremmie Suicide||2:27|
|20||–The Wedge||Endless Sun||3:35|
NotesThis Disc, now out of print, compiled nearly all of the output of the surf band The Illusions. As well as a few later solo efforts by a few members of the band. Active in the early sixties. They released a few singles of their own and appeared on a few others as the backing band for the likes of Little Julian Herrara, and Marlow Stewart. They are not to be confused with the Doo-Wop group or Garage Rock Groups of the same name.
Tracks 1-3 were Demo recordings made in 1962.
Tracks 4 and 5 were released on a 7" in 1963.
Tracks 6-7 Were released on a single with The Illusions playing back-up for Little Julian Herrera.
Track 8 was an alternate mix of the a-side to the Lonely Lonely Nights single.
Track 9, 10 Was a single called "Earthquake" released with The Illusions playing back up for Marlow Stewart on the A-side with a song by the Illusions on the B-side. Both were recorded live at the Lido Ballroom.
Tracks 17-18 arefrom Bobby Mason's Solo single.
Tracks 19,20 Are two tracks by The Wedge, a band featuring Tom Brown of The Illusions