Chris Wilson George Alexander Tim Lynch Ron Greco Danny Mihm James Ferrell Terry Rae David Wright Mike Wilhelm Mark Dunwoody Brittley Black Brad Bufkin Brad Bryant Autumn Eyles Paul Zahl Jack Johnson Bobby Ronco Kenny Dale Johnson Michael Stone Larry Lea Victor Penalosa. Flamin' Groovies is an American rock music band that started in San Francisco in 1965, led by Roy Loney and Cyril Jordan. After the Groovies released three albums, Loney left the band in 1971. The album was released on the French label Rock Paradise
The eighth song on the album is the original "correct speed" studio version of the Groovies' most famous song, "Shake Some Action". Although four of the songs were released on two singles by UA, their failure to chart caused UA to terminate the sessions (and the group's contract) at the end of 1972 without finishing the album, and the group returned to the USA before Christmas. However, the unissued recordings of two of those songs ("Shake Some Action" and "You Tore. Danny Mihm - drums, percussion. Dave Edmunds - steel guitar on "Married Woman"; piano on "Little Queenie"; vocals on "Get a Shot of Rhythm and Blues". Terry Rae. David Wright.
With Wilson on lead vocals, the band released their influential 1976 album Shake Some Action. He was also a long-term member of The Barracudas and in 1993 he released the mini-album Pop backed by The Sneetches and the debut solo album Random Centuries. A resident of North London, he continues to record and play, most recently with his five-piece band the Groovin' Flames Chris Wilson.
has served as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Ferrellgas since 1965, when he assumed leadership from his father, company founder . Since the time he took over, Ferrellgas has grown from a small, independently owned propane company to the nation’s second-largest propane retailer. An active member of the retail propane industry, Ferrell is a past president of the World LP Gas Association and a former chairman of the Propane Vehicle Council. Explore releases and tracks from James.
Chris Wilson, Danny Mihm Genres Rock and roll, Power pop, Garage rock Albums Shake Some Action, Teenage Head, Supersnazz, Groovies' Greatest Grooves, Flamingo Profiles Myspace. Flamin groovies crazy mazy. The Flamin' Groovies is an American rock music band whose peak was in the 1960s and 1970s. They began in San Francisco in 1965, founded by Cyril Jordan and Roy Loney. Roy Loney, George Alexander, James Ferrell and Mike Wilhelm all appear on the CD, as does Procol Harum’s keyboard legend Matthew Fisher and Barracudas guitarist Robin Wills. In 2013, the der line-up played live for the first time since 1981 in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth as part of the Hoodoo Gurus' invitational Dig It Up. They also played a series of sold-out shows in Japan.
Here's a transcript of an interview Chris did with Annette Shun Wah on Studio 22, April 25, 1999. I have some footage thanks to dear Jacinta Parsons and the excellent Clare Cremin at the ABC which I'm hoping to upload over the school holidays. Love to all, enjoy xxx.
Chris Wilson was only 18 years old when he flew to Los Angeles early in 1971 to join up with some guys he had once performed with in Boston. Things didn't work out in . but a friend of a friend was looking for a singer for his San Francisco band, so Chris ended up moving to the Bay area. Chris: Dave added loads of effects to the guitars on the first attempt at "Shake Some Action," which we thought might have been a bit too much. That's why we cut a second version back in the US in 1973. I've been joined by Cyril, George, Roy Loney, and former Groovies' guitarists James Ferrell and Mike Wilhelm – along with Procol Harum's Hammond organ legend Matthew Fisher. but it's pretty darn close.
Chris Wilson - vocals, guitar. James Ferrell - guitar. George Alexander - bass. David Wright - drums.
|2||Sympathy For The Devil|
|3||If Wishes Were Horses|
|4||On My Own Again|
|5||Dark Haired Girl|
|6||This Is London|
|USMLP1025||Chris Wilson With Mike Wilhelm, Danny Mihm & James Ferrell||Chris Wilson With Mike Wilhelm, Danny Mihm & James Ferrell - Back On The Barbary Coast (12", MiniAlbum)||Marilyn Records||USMLP1025||US||1993|