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8 thoughts on “ La Pobracita - The Fireballs - Complete Instrumentals & Chuck Tharp Vocals (CD)

  1. Beginning in with some acetate recordings with vocalist Chuck Tharp, and then into the first tracks recorded by Norman Petty in his N.M. studio, Disc 1 takes in "The Fireballs" album from ''60, plus stereo 45 RPM tracks, plus the "Blue Fire" album. The disc finishes with four Tharp demos.4/5(1).
  2. The Fireballs are universally regarded for their ground-breaking and influential instrumentals Bulldog and Torquay, but their biggest chart item in their heyday was the enduring bubblegum of Jimmy Gilmer’s Sugar Shack, the biggest selling American single of
  3. FIREBALLS (Raton, NM) George Tomsco (lead guitar), Stan lark (bass), Eric Budd (drums) replaced by Doug Roberts (drums), Chuck Tharp (rhythm, vocals) replaced by Jimmy Gilmer (vocals, guitar), Danny Trammel (rhythm guitar) LISTING IS FOR INSTRUMENTAL & CHUCK THARP RECORDINGS (for More / Places I Remember / Love Is Blue / La Pobracita.
  4. Apr 14,  · Artist: The Fireballs & The String-A-Longs Title: Exotic Guitars: From The Clovis Vaults - Including "World Wide Hits" Year Of Release: Label: Ace [CDLUX ] Genre: Instrumental Pop/Rock, Surf, Easy Listening Quality: CBR kbps / FLAC (tracks) Total Time: Total Size: mb / mb WebSite: Album Preview.
  5. Nov 07,  · There’s also What Do You Do, the rare single Jimmy cut in London in Original Fireballs frontman Chuck Tharp also weighs in with Tough Times, a great session where he is backed by his former bandmates. Please note that the sound quality on “Firebeat!” is second-to-none.
  6. LP 12" TOP RANK RM (US) THE FIREBALLS - Torquay / Guess What / Panic Button / Let There Be Love / Nearly Sunrise / Long Long Pony Tail / Bulldog / I Wonder Why / Foot-Patter / Blind Date / Kissin' / Cry Baby LP 12" TOP RANK RM (mono) / RS (stereo) (US) VAQUERO - Vaquero / La Raspa / In A Little Spanish Town / Cielito Lindo / La Golondrina / Tequila / The Spur (La.
  7. While mostly instrumental several tracks have vocals performed by Chuck Tharp but his singing ability isn’t the strongest aspect of THE FIREBALLS sound and therefore the instrumental tracks are the much stronger with clever catchy rock and roll melodies and the .

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