ZEPPELIN DISCOS / CATALOGO / 60s 70s - CLASSIC ROCK

1º y unico albun de esta siempre buscada banda desde Memphis, Tennesseebanda

rara 1ª edic org usal, gruesa carpeta, edicion bajo el sello verve records,

GRAN VESION DEL CLASICO, GLORIA

the Hombres, un grupo con un nombre un tanto curioso ya que No eran hispanos, sin embargo, utilizan una palabra española como su apodo, y van vestidos con ponchos, uan de las portdas mas bizarras que he visto

Formed in 1966, The Hombres comprised Gary Wayne McEwen on guitar, B.B. Cunningham (brother of Bill Cunningham of The Box Tops) on lead vocals and electric organ, Jerry Lee Masters on bass and John Will Hunter (died 1976) on drums. Written by McEwen and Cunningham and released on Verve Forecast, "Let It Out (Let It All Hang Out)" hit No. 12 in 1967 and was revived on the soundtrack of the 2005 Cameron Crowe film Elizabethtown. It has also been used in a U.S. advertising campaign for Foster's Lager and included on the compilation album Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era. An alternate version of the song by the disc jockey Barney Pip was included on the Pebbles Volume 7

CARATULA

VG++

DISCO

de VG++ a VG +

AÑO

1968

PAíS

EE.UU.

Let It Out (Let It All Hang Out) 2:05
Little 2 + 2 1:40
So Sad 3:47
Gloria 5:43
Am I High 2:49
Mau Mau Mau 2:15
This Little Girl 1:58
Sorry 'Bout That 2:15
Ya Ya 3:11
Hey Little Girl 1:46
It's A Gas 1:56

Members:

B.B. Cunningham-Lead Vocals,Organ
John William Hunter-Drums
Jerry Lee Masters-Bass
Gary Wayne McEwen-Lead Guitar

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