This album was supposed to have been released as a follow-up to one of the all-time great instrumental classics “Rumble”. But faster than you can say “Drag Race,” everyone—Cadence label-owner Archie Bleyer included—was talking about this new threat to the morals of American youth. That’s why Link and his boys were off the imprint, and this album of prime distorto-guitar-crunch cool remained unreleased for nearly 50 years. Learn More
Ok - a good chunk o' this FIRST Vol is INSTROS but there's 7 VOCAL cuts. The deal is: UNISSUED Nort'western HOWL, from the studio vaults o' Mr Kearney Barton's studio in Seattle, covering the years from 1964 - 1965.
Great, greasy 2nd volume of the 3-volume NORTHWEST 60s series by Norton! Umm... once again... YOU SHALL PISSYER PANTS UPON HEARING THE INCREDIBLY BALLS-OUT VOCAL MONSTER "My Woman" by WOODY CARR AND THE EL CAMINOS!!!! (You CAN NOT possibly even GUESS how fucking GREAT this is!).