80. Tyler, the Creator.
Released: November 11, 2008.
The Complete Recordings 1969-71. It includes a 20-page booklet that features a new 7,500 word essay on the band.
This Band Is Red Hot (2008). Sneakers was a 17:10 long 10" EP.
Cutting their first EP, Sneakers, in 1968, the Flamin' Groovies were singing the praises of rockabilly, garage rock, raw blues, old-school boogie, and all that was gloriously greasy at a time when the Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane were Northern California's Next Big Things, and over the course of their first decade, the band evolved from America's toughest and wildest.
The Flamin' Groovies were always 'out of time' but recognized a good tune and enjoyed rockin' out. They played rockabilly and 60's pop (in their own way) when progressive, heavy rock and disco were popular. But the title for this compilation is very appropriate, they were always Red Hot (and often brilliant). Even after Roy Loney left. Startin' with their first single 'Love Have Mercy' through the classic 'Flamingo', 'Teenage Head' and 'Shake Some Action' albums to 'Jumpin' in The Night', this is great stuff.
Flamingo is the second studio album by the garage rock band the Flamin' Groovies. It was released in 1970. Following the group's departure from the Epic record label, it was the first of their two albums for Kama Sutra Records. All songs written by Cyril Jordan and Roy Loney except where noted. Side 1. "Gonna Rock Tonight" (Loney). Sweet Roll Me on Down". Keep a Knockin'" (Richard Penniman). Side 2. "Second Cousin" (Loney)
This Band Is Red Hot 1969-1979. Flamin' Groovies: Gonna Rock Tonite! The Complete Recordings 1969-71. 1. Showing official release groups by this artist. Show all release groups instead, or show various artists release groups.
Flamin' Groovies is an American rock music band that started in San Francisco in 1965, led by Roy Loney and Cyril Jordan. After the Groovies released three albums, Loney left the band in 1971. He was replaced as co-leader by Chris Wilson, and the band's emphasis shifted more toward British Invasion power pop. The band signed to United Artists Records in 1972 releasing three more singles until 1976. The Groovies then signed to Sire Records and released three albums between 1976-79, Shake Some Action, Now (both produced by Dave Edmunds at Rockfield) and Jumpin' in the. This Band Is Red Hot (Raven (Australia), 2008) (greatest hits compilation from 1969-79 (Supersnazz to Jumpin' in the Night)).
This Band Is Red Hot 1969-1979 released: 2008. Live in Barcelona 1987 released: 2007. Slow Death released: 2002. The Flamin' Groovies is an American rock music band whose peak was in the 1960s and 1970s. They began in San Francisco in 1965, founded by Cyril Jordan and Roy Loney. They are perhaps best known for their song "Shake Some Action", a cover version of which, by American band Cracker, was later featured in the 1995 movie Clueless. The group have been called one of the forerunners of punk rock, and they also had a major influence on the power pop genre.
|1||Love Have Mercy||4:26|
|2||The First One's Free (Mono Single Version)||3:32|
|3||A Part From That||1:54|
|4||Comin' After Me||3:30|
|7||Headin' For The Texas Border||5:07|
|9||High Flyin' Baby||3:28|
|11||Have You Seen My Baby?||2:49|
|16||Get A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues||2:25|
|17||Shake Some Action||4:35|
|18||You Tore Me Down||2:47|
|19||Yes, It's True||2:28|
|20||I Saw Her||2:37|
|21||Good Laugh Mun||2:51|
|22||Yes I Am||2:32|
|23||First Plane Home||3:45|
|24||Jumpin' In The Night||3:16|
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