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WCBS FM: Motown, Soul and Rock N Roll - Soul
     

WCBS FM: Motown, Soul and Rock N Roll - Soul

 

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KFRC Oldies: Motown, Soul & Great Rock n' Roll: Rock n' Roll is a varied and quite solid 25-song collection of chart-toppers from the '60s compiled by Joe McCoy of WCBS. Now why a DJ from WCBS compiled a disc that is billed as a presentation of KFRC oldies is a question that will only nag at the most retentive of music fans. The rest will just be happy to enjoy

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KFRC Oldies: Motown, Soul & Great Rock n' Roll: Rock n' Roll is a varied and quite solid 25-song collection of chart-toppers from the '60s compiled by Joe McCoy of WCBS. Now why a DJ from WCBS compiled a disc that is billed as a presentation of KFRC oldies is a question that will only nag at the most retentive of music fans. The rest will just be happy to enjoy the music, as it is first-rate from beginning to end. McCoy draws tracks from many different styles: folk-rock (the Mamas & the Papas' "Monday, Monday," Scott Mackenzie's "San Francisco"), girl group (the Angels' "My Boyfriend's Back," Lesley Gore's "It's My Party"), British Invasion (Manfred Mann's "Do Wah Diddy Diddy," the Troggs' "Wild Thing"), and good old American pop (the Beach Boys' "Help Me Rhonda," the Turtles' "Happy Together," the Lovin' Spoonful's "Do You Believe in Magic?"). Any disc with those last three songs on it is worth owning, but wait, there's more! Len Barry's jubilant "1-2-3," the Guess Who's moody "These Eyes," Spiral Starecase's "More Today Than Yesterday," and Tom Jones' "She's a Lady" are some additional highlights. There is nothing here that would provoke a second look from a collector, but anyone looking for an action-packed hour of great "good-time oldies" from the '60s could do a lot worse than picking this collection up.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/25/2003
Label:
Collectables
UPC:
0090431454121
catalogNumber:
4541
Rank:
116325

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Bert de Coteaux   Conductor
Thomas Coleman Sellers   Conductor

Technical Credits

Carl Smith   Composer
James Brown   Composer
Arthur Conley   Composer
Sam Cooke   Composer
Steve Cropper   Composer
Eddie Floyd   Composer
Gladys Knight   Producer
Kool & the Gang   Composer
Laura Nyro   Composer
Otis Redding   Composer
Maurice White   Composer,Producer
Bill Holman   Arranger
Larry Wilcox   String Arrangements
Mac Gayden   Composer,Producer
Teddy Randazzo   Composer
Kenneth Williams   Composer
Buzz Cason   Composer,Producer
Bob Alcivar   Arranger
James Bailey   Composer
Jim Bailey   Composer
Bell   Arranger,Producer
Ronald Bell   Composer
Eddie Cornelius   Composer
Ronald Dunbar   Composer
John Florez   Producer
Kenny Gamble   Composer,Producer
Isaac Hayes   Composer
Wally Holmes   Composer
Bones Howe   Arranger,Producer
Leon Huff   Composer,Producer
Kenny Kerner   Producer
Bubba Knight   Producer
Dennis Lambert   Composer
McKay   Composer
David Porter   Composer
Brian Potter   Composer
Wardell Quezergue   Producer
Simmons   Producer
Stan Vincent   Composer,Producer
Jim Weatherly   Composer
Allee Willis   Composer
Richie Wise   Producer
Andrew Wright   Composer
Bert de Coteaux   Arranger
William Guest   Producer
Edward Patten   Producer
Raynard Miner   Composer
Thomas Coleman Sellers   Arranger
Marvin Tarplin   Composer
Bob Weinstein   Composer
Rudy Clark   Composer
Calvin Lewis   Composer
Joseph Broussard   Composer
Carol Washington   Composer
Edith Wayne   Composer
Edyth Wayne   Composer
Alvertis Isbell   Composer
Silvester   Producer
Ralph Williams   Composer
Carrol Washington   Composer

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