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Bobby Fuller Live At PJ's Plus

Live At PJ's Plus
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catalog number: CDCHD314

weight in Kg 0,107

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Bobby Fuller: Live At PJ's Plus



Fuller, Bobby - Live At PJ's Plus CD 1
1: Anytime At All
2: Wooly Bully
3: Gloria
4: Oh Boy!
5: Think It Over
6: Thunder Reef
7: High Heel Sneakers
8: Slow Down
9: I Fought The Law
10: A New Shade Of Blue
11: Let Her Dance
12: C.C.Rider
13: My Babe
14: Keep A Knockin'
15: Long Tall sally
16: Think It Over
17: Baby My Heart
18: Pamela
19: My True Love
20: Keep A Knockin'
21: Our Favourite Martian
22: Never To Be Forgotten
23: Pamela
24: Let Her Dance


Artikeleigenschaften von Bobby Fuller: Live At PJ's Plus

  • Interpret: Bobby Fuller

  • Albumtitel: Live At PJ's Plus

  • Format CD
  • Music Genre Rock 'n' Roll
  • Music Style Beat - 60s / 70s
  • Music Sub-Genre 259 Beat - 60s - 70s
  • Title Live At PJ's Plus
  • Label ACE

  • EAN: 0029667131421

  • weight in Kg 0.107

Artist description "Fuller, Bobby"

Bobby Fuller

The first time I heard the Bobby Fuller Four's Fought The Law," was a moment I'll never forget. Cruising in my Mustang down a dusty highway in Texas, the opening guitar riff started coming out of the AM radio and I new something special was about to happen. By the time the vocals kicked in I was hooked. This was rock 'n' roll perfection. I decided to explore more of Bobby's catalog and discovered that he had been recording for over five years before "I Fought The Law" became a Top Ten hit. Born in Baytown, Texas, Bobby Fuller grew up listening to the sounds of fellow Texan Buddy Holly and the rockabilly sound. After recording some regional hits in the early '60s Bobby and his combo moved to sunny Los Angeles where he briefly experimented recording surf music.

He hooked up with legendary producer Bob Keane and in 1965-66 released several popular singles including "The Magic Touch" and "Now She's Gone." It was during this time that Bobby began incorporating hints of British rock and psychedelia into his material. The unique combination proved groundbreaking and influential to a generation of artists. His big hit came in 1966 with the release of "I Fought The Law" and it seemed like Bobby Fuller's star was in full ascent. Sadly, it would be the last hit he would have. The story of Bobby Fuller's death reads like a good murder mystery. As a matter of fact, there was an episode of Unsolved Mysteries which dealt with his mysterious demise. On July 18, 1966 Bobby Fuller's badly beaten body was discovered in his parked car.

His death was attributed to asphyxia through forced inhalation of gasoline and was inexplicably ruled a suicide. In the years since his death there have been many rumors surrounding these circumstances - was there a cover up with the police? Was the mafia involved? While the true facts regarding Bobby Fuller's death may never be revealed, his legacy of music will forever be preserved.

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