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Live At The Bamboo Hut

by The Boogie Kings

historic rare vintage live concert by the fabulous boogie kings featuring jerry "count jackson" lacroix, duane yates and gary walker. collector's item
Genre: Blues: Rhythm & Blues
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1. Choo Choo
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2. I've Got Your Number
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3. Something's Wrong
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4. Shake A Tail Feather
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5. I've Been Lonely Too Long
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6. Please, Please, Please
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7. Out Of Left Field
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8. Everybody Needs Somebody
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9. Try A Little Tenderness
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10. Shake
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11. Rainbow 65
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Album Notes
This is a live recording of the fabulous Boogie Kings in 1967. Soul stirring performances by Jerry (Count Jackson) Lacroix, Duane Yates and Gary Walker. This amazing band is well known for it's dynamic horn section and gutsy vocals. Even though the sound quality is below average, the power of the Boogie Kings band comes shining through. Few bands of the sixties could compete with the energetic blue eyed soul show. This album was recorded with 2 microphones. One in front of each speaker. Even so, this is the best selling recording that the Boogie Kings have ever done.
Ned Theall



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Mike Haley

Boogie Kings Live at the Bamboo Hut
I first heard this album in 1968 when I was a senior in High School. One of my school teachers had it and he and I and a bunch of friends would listen to it all the time. I happen to think about it lately and decided to google it up and found it here. I order it and referred this site to my friends that used to listen to it with me and they have ordered it as well. Listening to it reminds me of a hell of a lot of good times!