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KRLA King Of Wheels/I Fought The Law
Bobby Fuller
KRLA King Of Wheels/I Fought The Law
Genre: Rock
 
(24TRX): 1)Thunder Reef 2)Wolfman 3)She's My Girl 4)King Of The Wheels 5)The Lonely Dragster 6)The Phantom Dragster 7)KRLA Top Eliminator 8)Let Her Dance 9)Julie 10)A New Shade Of Blue 11)Only When I Dream 12)You Kiss Me 1...  more »

      
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All Artists: Bobby Fuller
Title: KRLA King Of Wheels/I Fought The Law
Members Wishing: 4
Total Copies: 0
Label: Del-Fi
Genre: Rock
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 731867901024

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(24TRX): 1)Thunder Reef 2)Wolfman 3)She's My Girl 4)King Of The Wheels 5)The Lonely Dragster 6)The Phantom Dragster 7)KRLA Top Eliminator 8)Let Her Dance 9)Julie 10)A New Shade Of Blue 11)Only When I Dream 12)You Kiss Me 13)Little Annie Lou 14)I Fought The Law 15)Another Sad And Lonely Night 16)Saturday Night 17)Take My Word 18)Fool Of Love 19)Never To Be Forgotten 20)Love's Made A Fool Of You 21)Don't Ever Let Me Know 22)My True Love 23)TheMagic Touch 24)I'm A Lucky Guy. Souped up cal-tex rock'n'- roll from one of the 60's most original & under-rated groups

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Really Hot CD
08/19/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I was a fan of the Bobby Fuller Four in the mid 1960's. This Cd is really great. The sound quality is excellent considering the age. The songs are just as I remembered them. If you liked the Bobby Fuller Four, then buy this."
El Paso, mid-sixties culture, at its best!
08/20/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Goes to show what impact West Texas had on rock music, doesn't it? Buddy Holly, Roy Orbison, and Bobby Fuller! A long time ago, now, but the memories remain! Eastwood loved it, KELP loved it, El Paso loved it! Everybody raves about I Fought the Law... but it was Let Her Dance, Only When I Dream, Fool of Love, Take my Word -- and especially, Never to be Forgotten -- that were the REAL masterpieces that this group did. NtbF has no equal for it's guitar work, structure, and mix... clearly their best work, in my mind. You do a cranked-up, 95 db play on Never to Be Forgotten (okay, 130 db, if you stand far enough away from the speakers... you DO want to retain your hearing in to your retirement years, don't you?), and there aren't many "rock standards" that can hold a candle to it! It's really the country's loss that this cut never went national to make the playlist. It's clearly, hands down, their best work. I would dare say the guitar and drum work on this piece alone probably influenced a lot more of what DID make the playlist in the ten years that followed, than we'll ever know! If you've never heard it... CHECK IT OUT! If the BF4 could be faulted for anything, it would be the whole 'drag' and 'surf' stuff out in Southern California that they chased after. As long as they stayed true to their roots, and themselves, they were outstanding! And, had they done so, they might have lasted a lot longer than they did, too... 'C'est la Vie!'"