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Let's Go! With the Routers from Collector's Choice

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Though the Routers had a large Leading Twenty hit with the title monitor to this prolonged player, the combo ended up as considerably of an natural and organic band as the Archies in that the tunes on the group's albums was recorded by a collection of studio musicians -- many of whom ended up concurrently associates of Phil Spector and Brian Wilson's group of prime shelf pop instrumentalists. With tunes publisher and guitarist Mike Gordon and producer Joe Saraceno behind the proverbial wheel, the Routers served up a quantity of LPs, of which Let's Go! with the Routers (1962) is the first. Unquestionably, any individual who has ever attended a soccer, basketball or baseball match -- in notably on an beginner stage -- has experienced the incessant cheerleader anthem "Allows Go"." With its rhythmic hand claps and peppy vocalization of the title, it seemed to turn into the unofficial topic song of American sporting occasions in the early '60s, remaining as this sort of for decades. The Routers -- who in actuality provided the formidable skills of Hal Blaine (drums), Leon Russell (keyboards) and Tommy Tedesco (guitar) between others -- created upon the uniquely American trend of university spirit and the fairly homogeneous seems of pre British Invasion pop rock. This disc contains a dozen tracks ranging from go over variations of concurrently popular tracks this sort of as "Limbo Rock" -- which had turn into a signature tune for the Champs as effectively as Chubby Checker -- and Chris Montez's "Let's Dance"." These enhance the exceedingly quirky and zesty originals "Half Time" and "Pep Rally"." Although the melodies are notably distinct, the honkin' sax leads as effectively as the frenetically paced synchronic clappin' and finger-snappin' hearken again to a considerably less difficult The united states. This is also correct of the quaint and beautifully generic ensemble vocal interjections featured prominently on the title monitor as effectively as "Bucket Seats"." People who love this manufacturer of ersatz two-minute pop tracks are inspired to check out out not only this, but all Routers' LPs -- many of which have been resurrected on CD by Collectors' Selection Songs. ~ Lindsay Planer, Rovi

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