The Flamin' Groovies - Shake Some Action mp3 album
Shake Some Action Lyrics. I will find a way To get to you someday Oh but I, Babe, I'm so afraid I'll fall Yeah, now can't you hear me call. Shake some action's what I need To let me bust out at full speed And I'm sure that's all you'll need To make it alright. It's taken me so long To get where I belong Oh, but Lord please don't send me back that way Or I will make you pa. .
Shake Some Action" and "You Tore Me Down") that United Artists had passed on in 1972 but Stein loved. Said Jordan, "the Flamin' Groovies Shake Some Action version makes way more money and did make way more money in the '70s than the Roy Loney version ever did. So it was a no-brainer to put that second version back together again and see if we could make some good money. That second Groovies line-up of Jordan, Wilson, and Alexander (with the addition of Victor Penalosa on drums) played live for the first time since their 1981 split in Australia (Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth) as part.
A lot had happened with the Flamin' Groovies in the nearly five years that separated the epochal Teenage Head album and their return to American record racks with Shake Some Action. The Groovies lost their record deal with Buddah, lead singer Roy Loney had quit the band leaving Cyril Jordan as uncontested leader, and they had spent a lot of time in Europe, building a significant following in the United Kingdom. As a result, the Flamin' Groovies on Shake Some Action almost sound like a different band, albeit one driven by a similar obsession with the utter coolness of pre-hippie rock.
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Album · 1976 · 14 Songs. Rock Masters: Flamin' Groovies, Vol. 2 Live. 3 'Sneakers' EP and the Rockfield Sessions.
Shake Some Action is the fourth studio album by American rock band the Flamin' Groovies. The album was released in June 1976 by Sire Records. The title Shake Some Action originates from a line in the 1965 film None but the Brave. Shake Some Action was the first album by the newly reconstituted version of the Flamin' Groovies, who had returned from a five-year hiatus during which lead singer Roy Loney departed the band, leaving guitarist Cyril Jordan as its de facto leader
The Shake Some Action album and its follow-up, Flamin' Groovies Now, also produced by Edmunds, did reasonable well in England but suffered from a lack of promotion in America, as Sire Records became preoccupied with new signings Ramones and Talking Heads.
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NotesTwo live tracks licensed from Aim Records, Australia.
Produced by Flamin Groovies / Peter Noble.
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