Sunday, February 21, 2010

The Nashville Teens - Best of (1964-1969)

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The Nashville Teens were one of a brace of British acts competing for attention in the booming days of the early British Invasion and its early purely English phenomenon, the British beat boom. They were distinguished from most of the others by scoring a memorable and serious hit, "Tobacco Road." This put them on the map internationally (even getting them into an American jukebox movie, Beach Ball, that also featured the Supremes) before they gradually faded away in popularity. The sextet first got together in Weybridge, Surrey, in 1962 with Art Sharp and Ray Phillips on vocals, John Hawken on piano, Pete Shannon on bass, Michael Dunford on guitar, and Roger Groom... Read More...


01-Tobacco Road                                        
04-Parchman Farm                                       
05-Need You                                            
06-La Bamba                                            
07-Bread And Butter Man                                
08-Google Eye                                          
09-Hoochie Coochie Man                                 
10-How Deep Is The Ocean                               
11-Find My Way Back Home                               
13-Too Much                                            
14-Hurtin' Inside                                      
15-I Like It Like That                                 
17-Soon Forgotten                                      
18-Little Bird                                         
19-I'm Coming Home                                     
20-Hard Way                                            
22-That's My Woman                                     
23-Lament Of The Cherokee Reservation People           
24-Looking For You

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