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A-Ooga!!! Stamp & Shake With The Routers from Ace Records UK

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Manufacturer Description

As the title indicates, the Routers ended up by no means about substantial-minded cerebral issues. The motive was standard and straight ahead: use any gimmick that may possibly function to promote as numerous documents to the maximum variety of teens as humanly possible. Unashamed commercialism meant the writers would bounce on any passing bandwagon and come up with a catchy tune.

Making use of the very same ploy that had been productive with the Marketts the sleeves and touring bands showcased young white guys, but the tunes you listen to on this CD was primarily recorded by center-aged black virtuoso session-guys. When you listen carefully you can revel in the push and power of Earl Palmer's drums, the guttural, hoarse throated sax of Steve Douglas, and the ever-nimble and agile twanging of Tommy Tedesco

Several of the 27 tracks are new to CD and 4 are formerly unreleased. The latest in Ace's Deluxe collection of restricted edition releases, with only 1500 currently being produced.

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