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Rock Instrumental Classics, Vol. 2: The Sixties
     

Rock Instrumental Classics, Vol. 2: The Sixties

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The second release in Rhino's rock instrumentals series moves into the 1960s, again presenting a wide array of material. There's jazz-tinged fare by pianist Ray Bryant, roadhouse blues/boogie from Lonnie Mack, the Ventures' signature surf tune "Walk Don't Run," and another

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The second release in Rhino's rock instrumentals series moves into the 1960s, again presenting a wide array of material. There's jazz-tinged fare by pianist Ray Bryant, roadhouse blues/boogie from Lonnie Mack, the Ventures' signature surf tune "Walk Don't Run," and another Duane Eddy floor-shaker, "Because They're Young." This collection also shows that the novelty and silly tunes weren't quite as inspired in the 1960s; neither the Fireballs' "Bulldog" or the T-Bones' "No Matter What Shape (Your Stomach's In)" will ever make anyone forget the Coasters. There are several interesting gimmicks and odd period pieces, from Mason Williams' "Classical Gas" to Jorgen Ingmann's "Apache" and "(Ghost) Riders in the Sky" by the Ramroads. It's shorter than the first volume and has a bit more fluff, but is still quite valuable.

Product Details

Release Date:
03/22/1994
Label:
Rhino
UPC:
0081227160227
catalogNumber:
71602
Rank:
36755

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Performance Credits

Lonnie Mack   Track Performer
Mason Williams   Track Performer
Shannon   Track Performer
Tornados   Track Performer
Ventures   Track Performer
B. Bumble & the Stingers   Track Performer
Gold   Track Performer
Johnny & the Hurricanes   Track Performer
King   Track Performer
Marketts   Track Performer
String-A-Longs   Track Performer
Routers   Track Performer
Cosie Costa   Track Performer
Gordon   Track Performer
Mack   Track Performer
Morrison   Track Performer
Rebels   Track Performer
Schroeder   Track Performer
Sascha   Track Performer
Jorgen Ingmann & His Guitar   Track Performer
Ray Bryant Combo   Track Performer
Duane Eddy & The Rebels   Track Performer
T-Bones   Track Performer
Torres   Track Performer
Ramrods   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Ray Bryant   Composer
Johnny Smith   Composer
Granville Burland   Composer
Greg Shaw   Liner Notes
Eddie Morrison   Composer

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Rock Instrumental Classics, Vol. 2: The Sixties 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
1426fl More than 1 year ago
Some of these cuts bring back the best memories. I can listen to this over and over. I got the CD because of 'Apache' but the other tunes are just as amazing. If you like true rock and roll this is it.