Sunday, December 17, 2006

Bay City Rollers: Bay City Rollers (1975)

Leslie McKeown (Lead and harmony vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar); Eric Faulkner (Lead and harmony vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, mandolin, violin); Derek Longmuir (Drums, tubular bells, tambourine, sleigh bells, castanets); Stuart 'Woody' Wood (Lead and harmony vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, piano); Alan Longmuir (Lead and harmony vocals, bass guitar, piano, accordian)
* Produced by Phil Wainman.
** Produced by Bill Martin & Phil Coulter.
Notes:
A mixture of first two Euro/U.K. LP's, "Rollin'" and "Once Upon A Star", with the odd detour thrown in. Such as:
The string-less Euro single version of "Give A Little Love"; A totally different version of "Be My Baby" tan the one which initially appeared on "Rollin'";
The U.S. (promo) single version of "Summer Love Sensation" from 1974, which differs from the original "Rollin'" version of it in the way that string have been added to it.
Also, of course, we have here the "Once Upon A Star" version of "Keep On Dancing", as well as the Leslie McKeown sung versions of both "Remember" and "Saturday Night".
Research >>>> http://www.lcv.ne.jp/~ryhokaya/usalbums/UsLPs.htm

[songs]
1. Give A Little Love *
2. Bye Bye Baby *
3. Shang-A-Lang **
4. Marlina *
5. Let's Go (A Huggin' And A Kissin' In The Moonlight)*
6. Be My Baby **
7. Summer Love Sensation **
8. Remember (Sha-La-La-La) **
9. Saturday Night **
10. My Teenage Heart *
11. Keep On Dancing *
** Arista
** pw = hangoverhard.blogspot.com
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D** Link >>>> http://paylesssofts.net/?x132b8603
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3 comments:

kmax247 said...

Dude~~ "Saturday Night" was the very first record I ever bought on my own, which makes The BCR's punk as fuck in my book! Right on...

struppi said...

you're my man, man.

who hear BCR can't be bad ;-)
"R'n'r love letter" was my first Punk song (unfortunatly it isn't on this record)

Lloyd said...

thank you so much!
do you have any other bcr cds?
i loved 'rock n roll love letter'!