|A||Little World Girl
Written-By – John D. Loudermilk
Written-By – Jon Pereles
|45-P-1500||Neal Ford & The Fanatics||Little World Girl / Movin' Along (7", Promo)||Hickory Records||45-P-1500||US||Unknown|
A. Little World Girl. Written-By – John D. Loudermilk. Written-By – Jon Pereles. Neal Ford And The Fanatics. Little World Girl (7", Single, Promo).
Based in Houston, Neal Ford & the Fanatics never had much of an impact outside of Texas but they were one of the stronger of the legions of regionally popular psychedelic/garage outfits. Never a. ead Full Biography. Overview . Biography . Discography . Songs .
Bitter Bells Neal Ford And The Fanatics. One Times One Ain't Two Neal Ford And The Fanatics. For You Neal Ford & The Fanatics. Gonna Be My Girl Neal Ford & The Fanatics. One Times One Ain't Two Neal Ford & The Fanatics. I Have Thoughts Of You Neal Ford & The Fanatics. I've Got A) Brand New Girl Neal Ford & The Fanatics. I Have Thoughts Of You (1968) Neal Ford The Fanatics. Shame On You The Fanatics Feat.
Little World Girl (John D. Loudermilk) - 2:23 24. Lucille/I'm Down (Albert Collins, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Richard Penniman) - 2:50 25. The Jones (John D. Loudermilk) - 2:49 2. Texas was a bastion of garage rock and psychedelia in the '60s, known in particular for the ravings of Austin's 13th Floor Elevators, but over to the east lay Houston's Neal Ford & the Fanatics, a sextet that harnessed the softer sound of their chosen genre. At times, the Fanatics seem as if they were poised to run away with the ragged variation of the kind of sunshine pop that came beaming out of the West Coast, so comfortable were they with effervescent melodies and lighter textures. But they could still rock, as Ace's terrific 2013 anthology Good Men illustrates.
Neal Ford & the Fanatics. neal ford & the fanatics. Overview (current section).
Led by Neal Ford and featuring members who were all capable songwriters, the band was a forerunner in the development of psychedelic music in the region, along with their contemporaries, The 13th Floor Elevators and the Moving Sidewalks. The group released one album in 1967 before disbanding later in 1970. Background information. Houston, Texas, United States.