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The Routers - A-Ooga / Big Band mp3

Performer: The Routers
Title: A-Ooga / Big Band
Country: Canada
Catalog Number: 5379
Label: Warner Bros. Records
Released: 1963
Style: Rock & Roll
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 004

Tracklist

1A-Ooga
2Big Band

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
5379The Routers A-Ooga / Big Band ‎(7")Warner Bros. Records5379US1963
5379The Routers A-Ooga / Big Band ‎(7", Single, Promo)Warner Bros. Records5379US1963
WB 108The Routers A-Ooga / Big Band ‎(7")Warner Bros. RecordsWB 108UK1963

Credits

  • Written-ByMichael Gordon

Barcodes

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): (FX 13228)
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): (FX 13230)

Companies

  • Published By – Wrist Music
  • Published By – House Of Joseph Music

Video

Album

Later Routers recordings were also written by Gordon, including the songs A-ooga and Big Band. Their recordings continued to be issued up to 1964 but with less commercial success, and involved Gordon guitar, Leon Russell piano and Hal Blaine drums. The same group also recorded over the same period as the Marketts. Various studio and touring versions of the band also included Gordon, Randy Viers, and Scott Engel later of the Walker Brothers. Original line-up. and Ms. Average Listener solely. While you've got to love liner notes that start off by declaring it's fair to say that the Routers were never about high-minded cerebral matters, these largely instrumental tracks - singing and chanting are periodically heard - are mostly hasty if energetic throwaways, often sounding like a cross between a sports marching band and a rock & roll combo. He also very kindly provided several photos of the touring bands he led, several of which have not been seen before. A-Ooga Stamp & Shake With The Routers collects together the bands best recordings, including the hits Lets Go and Sting Ray, all of the rare non-LP 45s and highlights from their four albums. Best of all, there are four unreleased tracks which we are delighted to present here for the first time anywhere. We confidently declare it the best Routers CD ever. Dave Burke. Play album. a-ooga, big band. 1 listener. 1963 2 tracks. The Routers Play The Chuck Berry Song Book. 0 listeners. 1965 12 tracks. I could not find this title, as heard on the radio, on YouTube. Similar ones were found but not the original. This is the original 45, not a remake. Big Band from Routers 1963 7inch. And other albums from Routers are available on sale at Recordsale. Big Band. More music by Routers. Let's Go PonyRouters. Play the Chuck Berry Song BookRouters. Make It Snappy, Half TimeRouters. Sting Ray, Snap HappyRouters. Sack Of WoeRouters. Let's Go, MashyRouters. Let's Go Pony, Spirit In The SkyRouters. The Routers - who in reality included the formidable talents of Hal Blaine drums, Leon Russell keyboards and Tommy Tedesco guitar among others - built upon the uniquely American trend of school spirit and the somewhat homogeneous sounds of pre British Invasion pop rock. Not here are the singles A-Ooga bw Big Band Warner 5379 and Snap, Crackle And Pop bw Amoeba Warner 5403 - both in 1963 - and from 1964 when faced with the British Invasion, Crack Up bw a cover of Chris Montez' Let's Dance which is here on Warner 5444 and Stamp And Shake bw Ah-Ya. on Warner 5467. Not the greatest album but possibly of great interest to Walker Brothers fans. The Routers Play 1964's Great Instrumental Hits LP, Album, TP, Red. Warner Bros. A-Ooga, Big Band Single. 4 versionen. Interpret: The Routers. Genre Rock'n'Roll. Write an evaluation. 22 Boom Ti Boom. 23 Big Band. 24 Pep Rally. 25 Silverfinger. The Routers first release in September 1962 was the guitar-driven instrumental Let's Go Pony, which reached 19 on the Billboard chart. Its infectious clap clap clap-clap-clap clap-clap-clap-clap Let's Go chant became a favorite of cheerleaders and crowds worldwide

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