The Rambler Reunion Band | Son of Cotillion

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Son of Cotillion

by The Rambler Reunion Band

Sixties Rock and Roll Dance Music performed by a garage band that lived the sixties.
Genre: Pop: 60's Pop
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1. Fannie Mae
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2. Kidnapper
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3. 39-21-46
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4. Mess Up a Good Thing
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5. Wanted $10,000 Reward
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6. You'll Lose a Good Thing
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7. Poison Ivy
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8. Hi-Heel Sneakers
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9. Ya Ya
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10. Little Bit of Soap
3:29 $0.99
11. Not Fade Away
5:06 $0.99
12. Take Time to Know Her
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13. Hundred Miles Away
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14. Stop That Twisting
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15. Whole Lot of Woman
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16. Come Back, Come Back
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Album Notes
In 1961 Tommy Terrell, Eddie Terrell, and Johnny Robinson formed The Ramblers, a rock and roll band that played the current hits of that time. Those hits are now rock and roll classics and are still performed authentically by the Ramblers today. The band added lead guitarist Van Veenschoten, keyboardist Chip Sanders and replaced college-bound Eddie Terrell with Chris Convey on bass guitar. The band enjoyed 10 years of popularity around the Southeastern United States, entertaining the teenagers of the sixties. The Ramblers were regulars at high school, college, and debutante dances and cotillions. Radio personalities Duke Rumore and Dave Roddy booked the band often at their weekend dance parties. In 1979, the band regrouped as the Rambler Reunion Band, adding Jim Burford on lead guitar to replace Van who died in a motorcycle accident in 1972. Chip moved out of state and was replaced by John Livingston on keyboards. Eddie rejoined the band to replace Chris who also moved out of state. During the 80's and 90's the band continued working around the Southeast, entertaining the teenagers of the sixties. The same is true today.



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