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Quite A Party - The Fireballs - Complete Instrumentals & Chuck Tharp Vocals (CD)

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  1. Chuck Tharp) 9 Gunshot 10 Nearly Sunrise 11 Rik-A-Tik 12 Quite a Party 13 Really Big Time 14 Peg Leg 15 Panic Button 16 Cry Baby (feat. Chuck Tharp) The Best of the Fireballs' Vocals Clovis Classics: The Definitive Collection Here Are the Fireballs .
  2. Norman Petty Studios / Nor-Va-Jak Music May 16 at AM · Although "The Fireballs - Complete Instrumentals & Chuck Tharp Vocals" 4 CD box set is sold out, we now have it AVAILABLE as a FLAC download on our website.
  3. 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).
  4. Hence the Fireballs style may be termed more accurately as "southwest rock & roll" This Cd reflects some of all of the above musical stew. Original Fireball vocalist, Chuck Tharp, later came to be a co-writer of Johnny Duncan's "Sweet Country Woman". George and Barbara Tomsco were co-writers of "Goin' Away" recorded by Ray Price.
  5. The Fireballs were best known as an instrumental act, landing chart hits with the likes of "Torquay," "Quite a Party," and "Bulldog," and their most successful vocal sides found the band taking second-billing to guitarist and sometimes lead singer Jimmy Gilmer, most notably "Sugar Shack."Price: $
  6. The FIREBALLS "Complete Instrumentals & Chuck Tharp Vocals" NVJCD Chuck Tharp on vocals Fireball Special * Rip It Up Walk To The Dance * Reelin’ & Rockin’ * First Clovis recordings (rec. 09/03/) Quite A Party (45) Gunshot (45) Gunshot (without snare effect) Dooop.
  7. The early vocal numbers that feature Chuck Tharp's vocals suffer in comparison to the Jimmy Gilmer-led tracks from the mid-'60s like the frothy "Daisy Petal Pickin'." Gilmer is by no means a great singer but he has an effervescent style and can rock out quite convincingly. The success of "Sugar Shack" (and the less than huge commercial.
  8. The Fireballs moved on from the successes of "Torquay" and "Vaquero" for Top Rank and cut this gem of an album for Warwick in The leadoff single was "Rik-A-Tik," which they had already cut for Top Rank, followed by "Quite a Party," another Top 30 hit for the tegesharnuazar.xyzinfo: $

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