The Flamin' Groovies - Supersnazz album FLAC
Supersnazz is the first studio album by the garage rock band the Flamin' Groovies. It was released in 1969 on the Epic label. The release was their only album recorded expressly for a major record label, although all of their next five albums were distributed by major labels.
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The debut album Supersnazz of American Garage Rock band The Flamin' Groovies was released in 1969, containing both re-creations of '50s Rock 'n Roll songs and more melodic tracks. It made the group one of the forerunners of the Power Pop movement of the '70s. 180 gram audiophile vinyl. More FLAMIN' GROOVIES. Side B. 1. The First One's Free 2. Pagan Rachel 3. Somethin' Else Pistol, Packin' Mama 4. Brushfire 5. Bam Balam 6. Around The Corner. Founded by Ron Greco, Cyril Jordan and Roy Loney, the American Garage Rock band The Flamin' Groovies had their start in San Francisco in the mid Sixties. The debut album Supersnazz was released in 1969, containing both re-creations of '50s Rock 'n Roll songs and more melodic tracks.
Album · 1968 · 14 Songs. Rock Masters: Flamin' Groovies. See All. Happy Together. More The Flamin' Groovies albums.
Love Have Mercy, 04:27. The Girl Can't Help It, 03:27.
Artist: Flamin' Groovies Location: USA Album: Supersnazz Year: 1969 Genre: Garage Rock Duration: 47:14 (with bonuses) Format: MP3 CBR 320. Tracks: 01. Love Have Mercy (Roy Loney) - 4:27 02. The Girl Can't Help It (Bobby Troup) - 3:25 03. Laurie Did It (Roy Loney) - 3:47 04. A Part From That (Roy Loney, Cyril Jordan) - 1:55 05. Rockin' Pneumonia And The Boogie Woogie Flu (Huey "Piano" Smith, John Vincent Imbragulio) - 2:39 06. The First One's Free (Roy Loney) - 3:36 07. Pagan Rachel (Roy Loney) - 1:51 08. Somethin' Else/Pistol Packin' Mama (. heeley, .
The Flamin' Groovies major label debut, the already-old school rock & roll of Supersnazz entered the 1969 San Francisco pyschedelic milieu like a trouser cough in a crowded elevator. At the time, the Groovies' brand of trashy R&B revisionism was considered closer to the cheap nostalgia of Sha Na Na than the rock-as-art zeitgeist. But time, it turns out, was on their side. Supersnazz is a fine document of Nuggets-era garage rock, its only flaw being that the sound was cleaned and polished by the record company to within an inch of its life