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8 thoughts on “ High Flyin Baby - Flamin Groovies* - Yesterdays Numbers (CD)

  1. High Flyin' Baby Lyrics: I gotta roll baby she's so clean / Well she takes the tune yeah raw machine / When it comes to love babe she ain't small.. .
  2. Yesterday's Numbers is an odd collection, containing all of Teenage Head, several cuts from Floamingo and outtakes from Still Shakin'.The songs that casual fans will know -- namely, "Shake Some Action" and "You Tore Me Down" -- aren't here, but Yesterday's Numbers captures the idiosyncratic pop group at their hard-rocking best; considering the number of tracks you get .
  3. Digitally remastered edition housed in a miniature LP sleeve. Teenage Head was the third Flamin' Groovies album and the last one that featured lead singer, Roy A. Loney. His raw and plaintive vocals, and Cyril Jordan's gritty guitar, power such standout tracks as "High Flying Baby.
  4. Teenage Head is the third studio album by the American rock band Flamin' Groovies, released in March by Kama Sutra Records.. Released the same year as the Rolling Stones' album Sticky Fingers, Mick Jagger reportedly noticed the similarities between the albums and thought the Flamin' Groovies did the better take on the theme of classic blues and rock 'n roll .
  5. It's a good one, especially at this price ($ for the CD as I write this). This CD includes the original nine album tunes and seven bonus tracks. The regular album tracks include plenty of /5(56).
  6. Flamin' Groovies is an American rock band that started in San Francisco in , led by Roy Loney and Cyril Jordan. After the Groovies released three albums, on Epic and Kama Sutra (Flamingo and Teenage Head), Loney left the band in He was replaced as co-leader by Chris Wilson, and the band's emphasis shifted more toward British Invasion power pop.
  7. out of 5 stars Yesterday's Numbers - still cuts it today!! Reviewed in the United States on May 21, Depending upon which side of the Groovies fence you sit on - the early Roy Loney side or the subsequent British sound - will probably determine your enjoyment of this album.5/5(2).
  8. Miriam Linna once opined that the Roy Loney-era lineup of the Flamin' Groovies suggested what the Rolling Stones would have sounded like if they'd sworn their allegiance to the sound and style of Sun Records instead of Chess Records. If one wants to buy this theory (and it sounds reasonable to me), then Teenage Head was the Groovies' alternate-universe version of Sticky .

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