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8 thoughts on “ You Werent Using Your Head - The Fabulous Wailers* - The Boys From Tacoma: Anthology 1961 - 1969 (CD) ”

  1. A Dusty Springfirld anthology of all her best music. 3 CD set - 67 tracks. STEVENS, CONNIE - The Ultimate Collection You Weren't Home - Hearts I Feel So Good - Hearts Ah Ha - Baby Washington An Assortment of Girlie Tracks Hey lover boy! - listen to this - 25 obscure girl group, pop and soul treasures from to
  2. The Boys From Tacoma: Anthology Walk Thru The People: s: The Boys From Tacoma: Anthology We're Going Surfin' Tall Cool One: You Better Believe It: e: The Boys From Tacoma: Anthology You Weren't Using Your Head: e: The Boys From Tacoma: Anthology You Won't Lead Me On: s: Outburst.
  3. THE FABULOUS WAILERS, THE BOYS FROM TACOMA - ANTHOLOGY (CD) Wailers House Party / Louie Louie / Frenzy / Mashi / Dirty Robber / San-Ho-Zay / Sac O'Woe / Limbo Twist / Since You Been Gone / Tough Walk / Tall Cool One / Doin' The Seaside / Isabella / Zig Zag / Shakedown / Baby Don't You Do It / The Wailer / Soul Long / You Weren't Using.
  4. Van Morrison said that the first tune he learned to play was the Wailers first hit, "Tall Cool One." Jimmy Hendrix used to watch and listen to them play. Kent Morrill, keyboard player and lead singer with The Fabulous Wailers, was a senior at St. Martin's College when I was a freshman in high school there.
  5. There are or have been - at least - two bands named The Wailers: The legendary Jamaican reggae band (founded as a ska group , and became a Rastafarian reggae band in ), renamed Bob Marley & The Wailers in , which are still active led by bassist Aston Barrett after Marley's death in .
  6. The Fabulous Wailers at the Castle/The Wailers and Co. The Wailers: Fabulous Wailers, The Boys from Tacoma: Anthology The Wailers: Primary Artist Out of Our Tree/You Weren't Using Your Head: The Wailers: Primary Artist: Scotch on the Rocks: The Wailers.
  7. The Wailers: The Boys from Tacoma-Anthology () ALBUM REVIEW These are the Fabulous Wailers you hear on this disc: a groundbreaking band in their prime on their home turf. Most of the Yardbirds' original LP's are hard to find and weren't so great anyway, and the market is flooded with deceptive, cheaply packaged compilations.
  8. Out of Our Tree/You Weren't Using Your Head: The Wailers: Record Label: Puddy Cat: Wade Curtiss: Record Label: Put Your Cat Clothes On/Stop the World: Carl Perkins / Warren Smith: Record Label: Railroad Rag / The Dog Catcher: The Jaguars: Record Label: Rain/Way in the Night.

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