Reelin’ and Rockin’ - the CD
Our first full CD, recorded in February 2007 in Nottingham, and we’re pretty damned proud of it! Created over just three days, it captures the raw feel of our live performances, which is what we wanted. The actual CD is made to look and feel like a vinyl 45rpm single, just to complete the whole retro thing.
Track listing is:
1. I Should Have Known Better.
2. The One After 909.
3. Reelin’ And Rockin’
4. I Saw Her Standing There.
5. Roll Over Beethoven.
6. All My Loving.
7. Lawdy Missy Clawdy
8. Some Other Guy.
9. Twist And Shout.
10. Kansas City/Hey Hey Hey.
11. Rock And Roll Music.
12. Long Tall Sally
Some of the background of the recording sessions can be found here, and a little more about the CD here.
If you would like a copy, we’re always trying to sell them at gigs, or get in touch with us via the Contacts page. The price? Ooooh - to you, just £6 plus p&p.
If you’re still not convinced, there are three tracks below, just click on the picture to hear one.
Place your order quickly, there aren’t many left (next time, we’ll press more than thirty copies...)
I should Have Known Better
Kansas City/ No Particular Place To Go
We plan to add some video clips of our performances, but in the meantime, here are some links to Youtube. Someone has thought us important enough to post some clips, but bear in mind that they are fairly low quality (although we feel we look better in the dark!)
Click on the pictures for the link
Flashback on the Wireless
Our old mate Pete Dicks of BeatlesandBeyond often features us on his radio show on Forest FM A long-time regular of Beatle Week, he has special recording equipment which makes us sound great live. And in tune.
On Sunday 4th January he played our version of “I Should Have Known Better” at The Adelphi Hotel, and kindly allowed us to reproduce the clip here, recorded on our up-to-date crystal set. On the same bill were The Mal Evans Memorial Band, and Johnny Silver. Auspicious company indeed...
Click on the picture below