2 classic Las Vegas Grinders from the MASTER TAPES! and.. "Wowsville" has an EXTRA 70 seconds featuring studio dialogue!!! Big Bob Taylor was a session drummer in Phoenix, Arizona and played on tons of Duane Eddy & The Rebels’ 45s and LPs from 1957-1962, recording at Floyd Ramsey's Studio in Phoenix. Bob also served as the drummer on guitarist Al Casey’s Stacy sides and for a ton of Lee Hazlewood sessions. Bob cut two great 45s in 1962 and 1963, “Wowsville, Parts 1 & 2” (Stacy 952), a hilarious dialogue ditty with classic swinger lyrics and vocalization by Jim Gaylord (who owned Stacy Records) and “(Flyin’ High) After Hours/ Peach Fuzz” (Stacy 953), a truly raunchy bump’n’grind instro with lascivious laughter & strip-club ambience.This swank new Crypt 7" reissues "Wowsville" and "After Hours" (made famous via the LPs "Las Vegas Grind" Volumes One and Three) in great sound (from the master tapes) and with a beautiful picture sleeve featuring cartoon art by Daniel Clowes and a info-filled back sleeve.
|A Wowsville - Part I (3:15)
|B (Flyin' High) After Hours (2:03)