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Sandy Nelson Big Sixties Frat Party!

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Sandy Nelson: Big Sixties Frat Party!

(2012/ACE) 24 tracks (59:02) Imperial 1965-67 with 20 page booklet. Limited Edition (1.500 copies) Another fabulous collection of hot-rockin', foot-stompin', feel great instrumentals - most on CD for the first time!


Nelson, Sandy - Big Sixties Frat Party! CD 1
1: Nothing's Too Good For My Baby
2: Casbah
3: Batman Theme
4: Mustang Sally
5: Sabre Dance
6: Let's Go Trippin'
7: Uptight (Everything's Alright)
8: My World Is Empty Without You
9: Just Like Me
10: Ain't Too Proud To Beg
11: Hanky Panky
12: The Clapping Song
13: Hang On Sloopy
14: Tim Tom Drum
15: Monday Monday
16: Niki Hoeky
17: The Jerk
18: Got My Mojo Working
19: Summer In The City
20: Pipeline
21: I Need Somebody
22: Peter Gunn
23: Good Thing
24: Work Song


Artikeleigenschaften von Sandy Nelson: Big Sixties Frat Party!

  • Interpret: Sandy Nelson

  • Albumtitel: Big Sixties Frat Party!

  • Format CD
  • Genre Rock 'n' Roll

  • Title Big Sixties Frat Party!
  • Release date 2012
  • Label ACE

  • SubGenre Rock - Rock'n'Roll

  • EAN: 0029667050029

  • weight in Kg 0.100

Artist description "Nelson, Sandy"

Sandy Nelson,

Sandy Nelson, born Sander Nelson in Santa Monica, Cali-fornia, on Dec. 1, 1938, attained considerable popularity in the early Sixties with a series of instrumentals which pitched his monotonous drumming against a solitary guitar playing menacing riffs. Originally a member of the same West Coast high school clique with Jan and Dean, Phil Spector and Nancy Sinatra, Nelson first played drums in an obscure local band called Kip Tyler and the Flips, which recorded for the Ebb and Challenge labels (ex-Beach Boy Bruce Johnston played piano).

In 1958, he played drums on the million-seller 'To Know Him Is To Love Him', by the Teddy Bears, with whom he also travelled during a cash-in tour. Turning to session work, he played on Gene Vincent's Crazy Times album (1959), shortly before recording 'Teen-beat' for the small Original Sound label. The record sold a million worldwide and Nelson immediately moved to the larger Imperial label where he had to wait two years for his second hit 'Let There Be Drums'.

Shortly before recording it, Nelson lost his left foot in a car crash but his drumming was unimpaired. During the Sixties, he recorded a series of near-Muzak instrumental albums covering a variety of contemporary themes but has not been active recently.


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