Al White And His Hi-Liters* And Various ‎– Roots (The Rock And Roll Sound Of Louisiana And Mississippi)

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Folkways Records ‎– FJ 2865
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Compilation
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A1 Phil Marks & The Originals More Than One
Written-By – F. Westerly, R. Hines*
2:42
A2 Jack Butler (11) Solid Gold Hat
Written-By – R. Hines*, J. Butler*
1:56
A3 Maxine Thomas Rome Wasn't Built In A Day 2:33
A4 Earl Stanley & The Stereos Happy Organ
Written-By – E. Stanley*, R. Hines*
2:07
A5 Beatrice Stewart You Better Move Out Man
Written-By – B. Stewart*, R. Hines*
3:01
A6 Al White And His Hi-Liters* Oh Carol
Alto Saxophone – Louis Morgan (3)Baritone Saxophone – Kenneth Williams (13)Bass, Leader – Al White (3)Drums – Butler*, Lawrence Phillips (2), Willie ColeOrgan – Ronald Williams (7)Tenor Saxophone – Melvin CorvinTrumpet – Bill Shannon (5), Terry GableVocals, Lead Guitar, Songwriter [Writer], Arranged By [Arranger] – Dave Bonds (3)
2:32
A7 Doug & Dave Going Steady 2:08
B1 Nancy Stewart No Boy In This World
Written-By – R. Hines*, N. Stewart*
2:27
B2 Lawrence Bruce Work All Day 2:11
B3 Cookie Gabriel Look Out 2:21
B4 Lawrence Bruce Check Up 2:27
B5 Cookie Gabriel I'll Never Fall In Love Again 2:54
B6 The Perails Boss Walk 3:05

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This collection of rock and roll from Louisiana and Mississippi features music by Al White and the Hi-Liters, as well as from other regional acts who recorded for New Orleans-based Lynn’s Productions in the early 1960s

Released with a four page booklet.

All songs in this album are the property of Lynn's Productions.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side runout etching): FJ 2865 A [scratched out character] [Looks like MC]
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side runout etching): FJ 2865B [scratched out character] [Looks like MS]

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