Bay City Rollers/Rock N' Roll Love Letter

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All Music Guide - Steve Leggett
Scottish teen idols the Bay City Rollers, at their best, managed to fuse a bubblegum fan base, a hint of disco, and just enough fun rock & roll to stay regularly on the charts in the mid-'70s, and if they generated more hype than substance in the long run, they were never aiming for much more than the charts anyway. This set collects the group's debut album, 1975's Rollin' (that was the title of the U.K. version -- it was released in the U.S. with a slightly altered running order as The Bay City Rollers, and that's the version presented here), and pairs it with 1976's Rock N' Roll Love Letter to make a pretty decent glimpse of this energetic group's allure for teenage...
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All Music Guide - Steve Leggett
Scottish teen idols the Bay City Rollers, at their best, managed to fuse a bubblegum fan base, a hint of disco, and just enough fun rock & roll to stay regularly on the charts in the mid-'70s, and if they generated more hype than substance in the long run, they were never aiming for much more than the charts anyway. This set collects the group's debut album, 1975's Rollin' (that was the title of the U.K. version -- it was released in the U.S. with a slightly altered running order as The Bay City Rollers, and that's the version presented here), and pairs it with 1976's Rock N' Roll Love Letter to make a pretty decent glimpse of this energetic group's allure for teenage girls in the middle of the disco era.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/18/2011
  • Label: Wounded Bird Records
  • UPC: 664140407121
  • Catalog Number: 4071
  • Sales rank: 5,379

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Bay City Rollers Primary Artist
Alan Longmuir Piano, Accordion, Bass Guitar, Vocals, Vocal Harmony
Derek Longmuir Castanets, Drums, Tambourine, sleigh bells, Tubular Bells, Spoken Word
Leslie McKeown Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Vocal Harmony
Stuart "Woody" Wood Acoustic Guitar, Piano, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Vocal Harmony
Eric Faulkner Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Violin, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Vocal Harmony
Technical Credits
Ellie Greenwich Composer
Tim Moore Composer
Phil Coulter Composer, Producer
Bob Crewe Composer
Phil Spector Composer
Jeff Barry Composer
Bob Gaudio Composer
John Goodison Composer
Phil Wainman Composer, Producer
Leslie McKeown Composer
Stuart "Woody" Wood Composer
Bill Martin Composer, Producer
Colin Frechter Producer
Eric Faulkner Composer
Willi David Young Composer
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