Kenny And The Kasuals* ‎– The Impact Sound Of Kenney And The Kasuals (Live At The Studio Club)

Mark Records Ltd. ‎– LP 5000
Vinyl, LP, Mono


A1 Chicago 60616 1:24
A2 Money 3:06
A3 All The Day And All The Night 2:15
A4 You Make Me Feel So Good 2:59
A5 I'm Not Talking 2:07
A6 Empty Heart 2:39
B1 It's All Right 2:34
B2 Gloria 3:38
B3 You Better Move On 2:46
B4 Baby, Please Don't Go 2:45
B5 Got A Good Thing Going 2:51
B6 Farmer John 1:52



The album title is obviously often referred to as "Impact".

Band name spelling is "Kenney And The Kasuals" on front and "Kenny and the Kasuals" on back and labels.


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June 5, 2017
Kenny and the Kasuals are an American, Dallas/area garage rock band founded in 1962, whose records are considered "among the most collectable LPs of the -60s" The band was formed at Bryan Adams High School in Dallas, Texas, by Kenny Daniel, and was managed by Mark Lee, who later opened Dallas- punk club, The Hot Klub. In 1967, their self/released single "Journey To Tyme" garnered some national radio airplay, including the Number One spot in both Buffalo, New York, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and the Top Ten on Dallas station KLIF. Prior to recording "Journey To Tyme", the band had released an album titled "The IMPACT Sound of Kenny and the Kasuals Live At the Studio Club"(although it was neither live nor recorded at the Studio Club). Only 500 copies of this album were pressed, and nearly half of those destroyed by Texas summer heat, but the remaining copies have become some of the most sought/after vinyl records of the 1960s.