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Don Ricardo Garcia Presents | 1989 The Year One ROCK BOTTOM... THE EDDY POOLE BAND... CHUCK POOLE... AND LIAM EDDY...

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1989 The Year One ROCK BOTTOM... THE EDDY POOLE BAND... CHUCK POOLE... AND LIAM EDDY...

by Don Ricardo Garcia Presents

Rock Bottom is a Hard Driving rock'n'roll band that takes the early classics and plays it in their own style.
Genre: Rock: 60's Rock
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1. Six Days on the Road
2:42 album only
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2. Hippy Hippy Shake
1:33 album only
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3. Baby What You Want Me To Do?
3:08 album only
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4. Money Honey
2:54 album only
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5. Runaway
2:49 album only
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6. The Wanderer
2:39 album only
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7. Kansas City Blues
2:43 album only
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8. Nighttime
4:41 album only
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9. Bring it on Home
3:43 album only
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10. Rock'N'Roll Medley
2:36 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Here's How it all began...
Back in the late 80s, just outside Cleveland Ohio, two co-workers gathered around a cafeteria table and discussed the possibilities of starting a band, just for fun. They were Guitarist Chuck Poole and singer Bill Jamieson. Jamieson actually approached Poole with the idea. Poole invited Jamieson over his house for a little jam secession. Jamieson had an Elvis-like voice which impressed Poole, so they began to work some old Dion and the Belmonts material which started sounding pretty good. Shortly after that Liam Eddy joined the band as the Bass player (later to become the Eddy-Poole Band). Things were moving now. Through a co-worker they were able to find a veteran drummer named Danny Smith which is not really his true name. He wanted to remain anonymous. Jamieson had friends that were playing the local clubs. Their band was called the Justice Brothers. The band was called Rock Bottom at that time. The Justice Brothers was a hot R&R band and pulled a good crowd at the local biker bars. They agreed to let them play their breaks on one Saturday night and they were off and running. It's tough getting jobs as a live band. The club owners want you to bring a crowd, however you need to get noticed in order to get a crowd. It's a real catch 22. Then, all of a sudden, for reasons known only to himself, Jamieson quits the band. This left them without a singer. Poole reluctantly took the job. The Band was re-named 'The Eddy Poole Band' and the rest is history. During the first three years they recorded their practice secessions, in a makeshift studio, using crude equipment. Danny left the band in 1990 so they brought Jeff Washco aboard. Jeff was a seasoned studio drummer. They recorded and played out for a couple more years then the band dissolved like so many others. Eddy and Poole stayed together and worked on music until 1998 when Poole re-married and moved to Florida. Now, here's the interesting part about the album: In 2003 Poole came upon these practice tapes while unpacking from a recent move within Florida and decides to digitally enhance them, in his new recording studio. Do to the fact that recording tape begins to decompose with age he decided to transfer the music to CD. During the process he began to not only restore them, but improve and enhance the quality by filtering and adding missing tracks. Missing drum, keyboard, vocal and guitar tracks were added or enhanced. After some careful editing techniques the CD 'Rock Bottom 1989 the Year One' was completed in the spring of 2003. The Eddy Poole Band Greatest Hits Volumes 1 and 2 were completed two months later. Volume two feature's some live performances that were almost erased by accident.
Please enjoy our tributes to the music greats.


My Tribute...

This CD is all about offering a tribute to the music greats whose music made it possible to create this album. The Greatest Hits are their hits not ours since we did not write them. We just changed the arrangements a little.
Our influences were Elvis, Del Shannon, Dion and the Belmonts, Carl Perkins, Wilbert Harrison, Larry Williams Credience Clearwater Revival, Chuck Berry, Dave Dudley, The Georgia Satellites, and the list goes on.
Chuck Poole

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JOHN MELLON

ROCK THIS HOUSE WITH CLASSIC ROCK
AT LAST CLASSIC ROCK KICKING. MAN O MAN, IT'S ABOUT TIME SOMEBODY BROUGHT BACK GOOD OLD SOUNDS FROM MY FAVORITE TIMES THE 60'S AND 70'S... LOVED EVERY SECOND.. OF IT!!!
KEEP IT ROCKING.... CHUCK POOLE... THE EDDY POOLE BAND!!!
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dj rocky

classic rock classic rock and it won't stop!!!!!
give me good old rock and roll. i love it. the guitar. the words. the hard driving beats. classic rock will never die. it brings too many wonderful memories of my good old days. chuck poole and the eddy poole band... keep it rocking and rolling.
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