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Fireballs, The - Here Are The Fireballs

Fireballs, The - Here Are The Fireballs
Title:
Here Are The Fireballs
Performer:
Fireballs, The
Released:
1961
Catalog:
W 2042
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
1501 mb
FLAC album size:
1847 mb
Genre:
Label:
Warwick

Tracklist


1Yacky Doo1:56
2Vaquero1:59
3La Raspa1:59
4In A Little Spanish Town2:29
5Rik-A-Tik2:12
6Panic Button1:59
7Kissin'1:55
8Cielito Lindo1:56
9Tequila2:38
10The Spur (La Espuela)2:17
11Foot-Patter2:05
12Nearly Sunrise2:28


Credits


  • BassStan Lark
  • DrumsEric Budd
  • GuitarGeorge Tomsco, Jimmy Gilmer


Notes


Reissue with some changes from the Top Rank International release "The Fireballs" after TRI folded.


Album


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