|A1||–Sonics*||Like No Other Man|
|A2||–The Bandits||Little Sally Walker|
|A3||–Mr. Lucky & The Gamblers||I Told You Once Before|
|A4||–The City Limits||Tossin' And Turnin'|
|A5||–Don & The Goodtimes||The Witch|
|B1||–The Dynamics||I'll Be Standing There|
|B2||–The Liberty Party||Send For Me|
|B3||–The Live Five||Let's Go, Let's Go, Let's Go|
|B4||–The Counts||Trick Bag|
|B5||–The Mercy Boys||Long Tall Shorty|
|B6||–George Washington & The Cherry Bombs||Crisco Party|
This is pretty much a reissue of Battle Of The Bands! Volume 2, minus 2 songs and the cool cover of the original. Reply See 1 reply Notify me Helpful.
Robbie Williams Rock DJ. Радио 10/69. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
Toronto Rock 'n' Roll Revival 1969, Volume IV is a live album of the Alice Cooper Band. Due to the fact that the recording is owned by a private party, it is unauthorized but not a bootleg. It features Alice Cooper's infamous chicken-throwing performance at the Toronto Rock and Roll Revival festival at Varsity Stadium in Toronto on September 13, 1969 and showcases the early psychedelic music style of Cooper and his band in support of their very first album release, Pretties for You.
This album was released on the label The Great Northwest Music Company (catalog number GNW4009). This album was released in 1980 year. Watch now Various's video clip of album "The History Of Northwest Rock Volume III".
Released: December 25, 1999. Originally Released: 1999. Label: Jerden Records. Description by OLDIES. The KingsmenLouie Louie. George Washington & The CherrybombsCrisco Party. The RaymarksLouise Louise. The BanditsLittle Sally Walker. The RaymarksI Believed. The JestersAlki Point. The BeachcombersThe Wheeley
PATH OF NO RESISTANCE Pacific Northwest Indie Rock Before and After the Gold Rush. By Sean Nelson The suckerest bet in the music writing racket is trying to neatly summarize a regional music scene. But due to certain quirks of history and provincial character, it’s actually pretty convenient to talk about the past 20-ish years of Pacific Northwest indie rock, in terms of what it declined to be. Still, it’s telling that the folks who made this list chose to exclude the grunge era from the tally, because most of the bands did back then, too.
Album: The History Of Rock, Volume 7. 0.