The Rip Chords Hey Little Cobra and Other Hot Rod Hits [Bonus Tracks]
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- Released: August 20, 1996
- Originally Released: 1996
- Label: Sundazed Music Inc.
- 1.Hey Little Cobra
- 2.Here I Stand
- 3.The Queen
- 5.Trophy Machine
- 7.Little Deuce Coupe
- 8.'40 Ford Time
- 9.She Thinks I Still Care
- 10.Shut Down
- 11.Drag City
- 12.Ding Dong
- 14.Bunny Hill
- 15.Don't Be Scared
Personnel: Glen Campbell, Tommy Tedesco , Billy Strange, Bill Pitman, Carol Kaye (guitar); Steve Douglas , Jay Migliori (saxophone); Roy Caton (trumpet); Harry Betts (trombone); Don Randi, Al DeLory, Leon Russell, Bruce Johnston (piano); Earl Palmer (drums); Frank Capp (percussion).
Audio Mixers: Kip Smith; Bob Irwin.
Liner Note Author: Stephen J. McParland.
Recording information: 09/06/1962-11/24/1964.
Arranger: Jack Nitzsche.
The Rip Chords' debut album features equal smatterings of the original group ("Gone," "Here I Stand," "She Still Thinks I Still Care," "Ding Dong") featuring Phil Stewart's soaring Four Seasons-inspired falsetto and the more Beach Boys-oriented sound of Bruce Johnston and Terry Melcher (nice covers of "409," "Drag City," "Little Deuce Coupe," and "Shut Down") with the best session players money could buy back in the early '60s featured on the instrumentals "'40 Ford Time" and one of the bonus tracks, "Bunny Hill." A nice addition to anyone's surf/hot rod music collection after you've spun all of your favorite Beach Boys and Jan & Dean tracks. ~ Cub Koda
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