The Legendary Beachcombers | Live in the Great Northwest

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Live in the Great Northwest

by The Legendary Beachcombers

Pacific Northwest Rock and Roll at its best!
Genre: Rock: 60's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Green Onions
2:42 album only
2. Let The Good Times Roll
2:18 album only
3. Lucille
3:15 album only
4. Let The Four Winds Blow
3:05 album only
5. In The Still Of The Night
3:21 album only
6. Tequila
2:33 album only
7. Twist & Shout
3:14 album only
8. Dirty Robber
2:54 album only
9. Mashi
2:00 album only
10. I'm A Hog For You Baby
2:56 album only
11. What's Your Name
3:29 album only
12. Treat Her Right
2:47 album only
13. Gimme Some Lovin'
2:59 album only
14. Louie Louie
4:11 album only


Album Notes
The Legendary Beachcombers formed in 1961 and rocked the Pacific Northwest until 1968. This live CD captures the flavor of the era, the teen dance halls and concerts. It really rocks!!

The original band members got together again in 1990 and still do 10 gigs a year...playing class reunions, car shows, '60's Nights, etc.

This CD brings back the sound of Seattle, Tacoma, Aberdeen, Olympia, etc. in the 60's, the sound of The Wailers, Sonics, and other great Northwest bands. The sounds that influenced Metal Church, Nirvana, Melvins, and other regional acts.



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Richard Rossavik

Can't tell you how long I've been searching for music from this group. What a great recording! I sure wish there was more but being from Aberdeen I should be happy with what I got. And I am a very happy boy now that I have this in my library. Thanks Stan

Curt Brennan

The Beachcombers
Great album Stan.....but what about "The Wheelie"?? It was one of my all time FAVORITE instrumentals played back on KHOK in Hoquiam!!!

Sammy Carlson

Good old, honest early NW rock at its best!
This sure brings back some great memories of the days when there was a huge and vibrant music scene in hte Pacific Northwest. The Beachcombers certainly played a big part in that scene. The music was rather unique, primarily because the NW was isolated from the rest of the USA due to the lack of super highways, short radius radio broadcasts, and no (thank heavens) MTV. Great stuff!

Laddy Kite

Great live sounds from one of the hardest working NW bands of the mid sixties. Primarily covers of national/regional hits (as were most of the set lists from the dance bands of the time). Especially strong are two cuts (Dirty Robber and Mashy) by Tacoma's powerhouse band, The Wailers. Brings back vivid memories of Sat. night dances at the Armory, Aberdeen YMCA, Vasa Hall, and the Silver Seagull. Excellent production except for the vocal mix on "What's Your Name." Two "vintage," original Beachcomber bonus tracks add value, and a true feel for the sound of 1965. Love those Vox amps. How 'bout adding "Little Latin Lupe Lu," and "Oop Pah Pa Doo," on the follow up release? Or maybe "Purple Peanuts?"

Fred Crowder

The Legendary Beachcombers
Love the music of the Beachcombers as well as I grew with some of these people back in Aberdeen and Hoquiam


Beachcombers Live
I found the disc very enjoyable a toss between the Ventures and the Night Train Revue. Excellent music Long live Noethwest Rock