Title: Quite A Party - The Early As & Bs
Style: Rock & Roll
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Quite A Party - The Early As & Bs. Jimmy Gilmer & Th. udio C. During the late 50s and early 60s, Norman Petty and his small NorVaJak recording studio were riding the wave of success. The first is the original Sugar Shack album as it was released in late 1963. The second album featured here, Buddy's Buddy, was originally released in 1964. It is a cover album of Buddy Holly songs.
The Fireballs - Quite A Party. Download MP3. The Fireballs.
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Listen to music from Jimmy Gilmer and the Fireballs like Sugar Shack, Come to me & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Jimmy Gilmer and the Fireballs. Quite a Party: The Early Years.
There's a crazy little shack beyond the tracks And everybody calls it the sugar shack Well, its just a coffeehouse and its made out of wood Espresso coffee tastes mighty good That's not the reason why I've got to get back To that sugar shack, whoa baby To that sugar shack
The fresh stuff has a crispness that highlights the almost vocal quality of Tomsco's melodies, but the jubilant ruggedness of period tracks such as "El Ringo" by the Canadian combo Wes Dakus & His Rebels – a Fireballs homage that they covered in turn – beats studious respect almost every time. Exception: the '61 "Torquay" by the Electras, an amateur's romp notable only for the bassist, failed presidential candidate John Kerry
Quite A Party song by Jimmy Gilmer & The Fireballs now on JioSaavn. English music album Quite A Party: The Early Years. Download song or listen online free, only on JioSaavn. Want to hear the whole track? Listen with no limits on the JioSaavn app.
The Fireballs, sometimes billed as Jimmy Gilmer and the Fireballs, were an American rock and roll group, particularly popular at the end of the 1950s and in the early 1960s. The original 1958 line-up was George Tomsco (lead guitar), Chuck Tharp (vocals), Stan Lark (bass), Eric Budd (drums), and Dan Trammell (rhythm guitar). Quite a Party" peaked at in the UK Singles Chart in August 1961 Billed as Jimmy Gilmer and the Fireballs, the group reached number 1 on the Billboard chart with "Sugar Shack", which remained at that position for five weeks in 1963.
|1||–The Fireballs||I Don't Know|
|3||–Jimmy Gilmer||Look Alive!|
|4||–Jimmy Gilmer||Because I Need You|
|6||–The Fireballs||Cry Baby|
|8||–The Fireballs||Nearly Sunrise|
|11||–Jimmy Gilmer||True Love Ways|
|13||–Chuck Tharp* & The Fireballs||Long, Long Ponytail|
|14||–Chuck Tharp* & The Fireballs||Let There Be Love|
|15||–The Fireballs||Vaquero (Cowboy)|
|16||–The Fireballs||Chief Woopin-Koff|
|17||–The Fireballs||Sweet Talk|
|18||–The Fireballs||Almost Paradise|
|19||–Jimmy Gilmer||Do You Think|
|20||–Jimmy Gilmer||Good, Good Lovin'|
|22||–The Fireballs||Yacky Doo|
|23||–The Fireballs||Quite A Party|
|25||–Jimmy Gilmer & The Fireballs*||Call In The Sheriff|
|26||–Jimmy Gilmer & The Fireballs*||Don't Stop|
|27||–The Fireballs||Really Big Time|
|29||–Chimmy Gilmer*||Born To Be With You|
|30||–Chimmy Gilmer*||I'm Gonna Go Walkin'|
|32||–The Fireballs||Find Me A Golden Street|
|33||–Guitars, Inc.*||Little Toy|
|34||–Guitars, Inc.*||Holiday Love|
|35||–The Fireballs||Blacksmith Blues|
|36||–Jimmy Gilmer||Won't Be Long|
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