Bobby Mitchell (2) & The Toppers (2) ‎– I'm Gonna Be A Wheel Someday

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Mr R&B Records ‎– R&B-101
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Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Mono
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A1 I'm Crying
Baritone Vocals – Joseph Butler*Bass Vocals – Frank BocageTenor Vocals [1st] – Lloyd Bellaire
2:28
A2 Rack 'em Back
Baritone Vocals – Joseph Butler*Bass Vocals – Frank BocageTenor Vocals [1st] – Lloyd BellaireWritten-By – J. Butler*
2:15
A3 4 - 11 = 44
Vocals – The Toppers (2)
2:11
A4 The Wedding Bells Are Ringing
Vocals – The Toppers (2)
2:11
A5 Meant For Me
Vocals – The Toppers (2)
2:28
A6 One Friday Morning
Vocals – The Toppers (2)Written-By – B. Mitchell*
2:12
A7 Baby's Gone
Vocals – The Toppers (2)
2:25
A8 Sister Lucy
Vocals – The Toppers (2)Written-By – A. Smith*
2:25
B1 I'm Gonna Be A Wheel Someday
Piano – Paul GaytenWritten-By – R. Hayes*
2:22
B2 Try Rock And Roll 2:02
B3 64 Hours
Written-By – B. Mitchell*
2:42
B4 I've Got My Fingers Crossed 2:15
B5 I Try So Hard 2:26
B6 Well, I Done Got Over It
Piano – Mac Rebenack*Written-By – E. Jones*
2:24
B7 Walking In Circles
Drums – Leroy BreauxGuitar – Roy MontrellTrombone – Eddie King (4)Vocals [Vocal Group] – The Southern Belle's Vocal GroupWritten-By, Producer, Piano – Eddie Bo
2:39
B8 I Don't Want To Be A Wheel No More
Trombone, Vocals [2nd] – Eddie King (4)
1:45

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Notes

Session Recordings between 1953 - 1963;
Recorded at Cosmo's Recording Studio, New Orleans;
A1 - A8,B2 Published by Commodore Music Corp.(BMI), B1,B3,B8 by Travis Music (BMI), B4,B5 by Reeve Music Co. (BMI),
B6 by Venice Music (BMI), B7 by Orleen (BMI);
Discographical Information by Bobby Mitchell, Ray Topping & Mr R&B;
Sources of Information: Interview 1978 & Correspondence with Jonas Bernholm 1979;

"Mr R&B Records reissues forgotten but essential recordings from the 50-s of Rhythm and Blues,
Doo Wop and Black Rock and Roll. Mr R&B Records supports the Artists with Royalties (0,40 $ / LP) and promotional Tours.
BMI Royalties at 0,51 $ / LP have been paid.";

"Not to be confused with North-Eastcoast Toppers Group which in 1954 cut the legendary risque number 'Let Me Bang Your Box'";

P 1979 Mr R&B Records, a Division of Mr R&B Record Sales

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