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One More Time - Roy Head And The Traits - Live It Up! (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. So we formed a group called Roy Head & The Traits in " The group debuted on Bob Tanner's San Antonio-based TNT Records in '59 with the regional hit Baby Let Me Kiss You One More Time. "Things just escalated from there," he laughs.
  2. Discogs で Roy Head And The Traits - Live It Up! に関するリリース、レビュー、クレジット、楽曲などを発見し、Roy Head And The Traits のコレクションを完成させましょう。/5(2).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Live It Up! on Discogs. Label: Norton Records (2) - ED • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Roy Head And The Traits - Live It Up!
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Roy Head And The Traits - Live It Up! at Discogs. Complete your Roy Head And The Traits collection/5(2).
  5. One More Time / Don't Be Blue / Live It Up / Yes I Do / My Baby's Blue / Here I Am In Love Again / Summertime Love / Your Turn To Cry / Walking All Day / Night Time Blues / One More Time / Don't Be Blue / Little Mama / Linda Lou / Woe Woe / Got My Mojo Working LP () $ Add to cart. WILDCAT JAMBOREE! ROCKABILLY RADIO BROADCASTS.
  6. The legendary Roy Head and the Traits 45s from - , compiled by Norton Records. This CD contains The Traits first TNT single from , One More Time/Don't Be Blue, and: Live It Up, Yes I Do, My Baby's Fine, Here I am In Love Again, Summertime Love, Your Turn to Cy, Walking All Day, Night Time Blues, Little Mama, Linda Lou, Woe Woe, Got My Mojo Working and several alternate 3/5(2).
  7. Roy Head And The Traits A: Apple Of My Eye B: I Pass The Day: Back Beat USA: Nov 7" 2: $ Roy Head And The Traits A: My Babe B: Pain: Back Beat USA: Feb 7" 2: Roy Head And The Traits A: One More Time B. J. Thomas And The Triumphs B: Lazy Man: Crazy Cajun "Memory Lane" USA: 7" 0: The McCoys A: Hang On.
  8. Roy Head & The Traits Treat Her Right. Roy Head & The Traits. Treat Her Right. Texas was the ultimate musical melting pot. Blues, country, R&B, and rockabilly melted together to spawn blue-eyed soul men like Roy Head, who blended those influences into a horn-leavened sonic attack and an astonishing stage show with spectacular stage moves and mic stand tricks.
  9. Roy Head and the Traits released a vinyl 45 featuring the vocals of Head and Fulcher on the Lori label No. "Get Back" (later released on Scepter No. ) and "Never Make Me Blue". [10] In , the band signed with the record producer Huey Meaux [11] of .

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