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The Best of the Rip Chords

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Although the Rip Chords are remembered as something of a one-hit wonder for their early 1964 Top Five hot rod smash "Hey Little Cobra," they did actually record a fair amount of material in the mid-'60s, with four other singles reaching various lower regions of the charts. This well-done, 20-track compilation has all five of those hits, as well as assorted obscurities from their 45s and LPs, topped off by three previously unissued cuts. The songs in which Terry Melcher, Bruce Johnston, P.F. Sloan, and Steve Barri had a hand in writing are emphasized, though interestingly none of those figures were involved in penning "Hey Little Cobra" itself. For all the considerable talent involved, Best of the Rip Chords does sound rather like the Beach Boys/Jan & Dean lite, with only "Hey Little Cobra" and maybe "Surfin' Craze" sounding as good as the best songs coming out of the vocal surf/hot rod genre at the time. If it's a sound you just can't get enough of, however, the guys who wrote and recorded under the Rip Chords' name were among the more able practitioners in the genre, also coming up with other serviceable cuts like "This Little Woodie," the ballad "Beach Girl" (the most blatantly Brian Wilson-esque number here), and "Wah-Wahini."

Biografía

Se formó en: 1961 en California

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '60s

Contrary to popular belief, the Rip Chords were actually a real group, a duo featuring Ernie Bringas and Phil Stewart, overdubbed into a bigger group sound by producer Terry Melcher and his partner, Bruce Johnston. After two failed singles, Melcher and Johnston took over the lead singing reins (and most of the backups as well) and the "group" suddenly had its first hit with "Hey Little Cobra." When original member Bringas left to study the ministry, Stewart brought in two new members — Rich...
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The Best of the Rip Chords, The Rip Chords
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  • USD 9.99
  • Géneros: Pop, Música, Rock, Surf
  • Publicado: 27/06/2006

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