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A-Ooga – Stamp & Shake With The Routers

CD (Item 613958) Ace (UK), Early 60s — Condition: New Copy
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Searing guitars and stomping rhythms from The Routers – early 60s recordings for Warner – rare singles, standout album tracks and unreleased gems from the rockin' instrumental groovers! The Routers could do it all – chugging surf and drag strip rockers, sax-led rhythm & blues, proto garage jams and more. The rugged rhythms really standout with these guys, as does the percussion – post-"Hand Jive" handclaps, weird vocal chants and other groovy touches! A killer compilation from Ace – with 27 tracks in all: "Let's Go (Pony)", "A-Ooga", "Make It Snappy", "Stamp And Shake", "Crack Up", "Amoeba", "Pipeline", "Let's La La La", "Silver Finger", "Grandstand Stomp", "Boom Ti Boom", "Big Band", "Pep Rally", "Too Much Monkey Business" and many more.  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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