Every garage band in the 60's did Haunted House and we all knew it because it was the B=side of Louie Louie by the Kingsmen. Can anybody think of similar obscurities that were played for that reasons? Or are there any B-sides that you love and want to spread the word on?
Thanx it must of been the Johnny Fuller version that I learned it from, I remember the Sam the Sham version, it was different. Maybe it was on a Kinbgsmen album? it does seem like the kind of stuff they did. Thanx again.
"Cool! Thanks for sharing your story. That is intersting: the show in which you saw Tek, Morgan, and Gillespie on one stage is the tour that my personal friend, Al King, drummed for them (he and I were in a couple Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti bands together,…"
"UHHHHHH....NO , BUT , GOOD GUESS. GIDGET HAS A FOLK GROUP THAT'S GETTING NOWHERE WITH THEIR WHOLESOME SOUND AND IMAGE. SO , WHEN THEY'RE OFFERED A SPOT ON A LOCAL TV SHOW , THEY DECIDE TO DRESS ALL IN…"
"IT'S EMBARASSING , I DON'T THINK I HAVE ANY OF DENIZ TEK'S SOLO MATERIAL , except for one single. I could be mistaken , tho'. I have that Dodge Main CD (Morgan , Tek and Wayne Kramer.) , and the live Powertrane CD…"
What are your favorite albums or songs by Deniz Tek (Radio Birdman) or John Brannon (Laughing Hyenas, Negative Approach, Easy Action)?Do you have any stories of memories of these bands? They have been around a while and are pretty well-respected in their circles.Last Tuesday night, I had the pleasure of seeing a couple Michigan rock stalwarts do a rare performance at a local underground punk venue called The 3rd Death Star in…See More
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