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FIREBALLS Wild Streak - British Rock & Roll Tribute

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FIREBALLS: Wild Streak - British Rock & Roll Tribute

(2011/FURY) 24 tracks (56:13) debut album feat. tributes to the sound of British Rock & Roll music! 12 page booklet with comments to every track.
 

Songs

Fireballs - Wild Streak - British Rock & Roll Tribute CD 1
1: It's Gonna Take Magic
2: Long Stringy Baby
3: Feelin'
4: F.B.I.
5: Gum Drop
6: Don't Knock Upon My Door
7: That's Alright
8: Wild Streak
9: Shakin' All Over
10: Fireball
11: I Got
12: Fury
13: Baby Sittin'
14: Pipeline
15: Right Behind You Baby
16: I'm A Moody Guy
17: Crazy For You
18: Make It Up
19: Rocket Man
20: Deep Feeling
21: Frantic
22: Why Little Girl
23: Brand New Cadillac
24: Saturday Night At The Duck Pond

 

Artikeleigenschaften von FIREBALLS: Wild Streak - British Rock & Roll Tribute

  • Interpret: FIREBALLS

  • Albumtitel: Wild Streak - British Rock & Roll Tribute

  • Format CD
  • Genre Rock 'n' Roll

  • Music Genre Rock 'n' Roll
  • Music Style Revival Rock & Roll / Rockabilly
  • Music Sub-Genre 267 Revival Rock & Roll/Rockabilly
  • Title Wild Streak - British Rock & Roll Tribute
  • Release date 2011
  • Label FURY

  • SubGenre Rock - Rock'n'Roll

  • EAN: 5018901307024

  • weight in Kg 0.100
 
 

Artist description "Fireballs"

The Fireballs

The Fireballs came from Raton, New Mexico, with the exception of pianist Jimmy Gilmer, a native of Illinois. Guitarist George Tomsco, bass-player Stan Lark, drummer Eric Budd and Gilmer formed the group in 1959. They were man-aged by Norman Petty, who used the Fireballs to overdub various Holly demo tracks in the early Sixties.

As the Fireballs, the band had four American hits in the years 1959-61, starting with 'Torquay' they reappeared in 1968-9 with three more successes. The 1961 hit, 'Quite A Party', also scored in Britain. As Jimmy Gilmer and the Fireballs they had an American No. 1 in 1963 with 'Sugar Shack', following this with two minor hits.

 
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