Various ‎– WAKY (The Big 79) (22 Super Giants)

Label:
Post Records ‎– POST-79
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Compilation
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Tracklist

A1 Tommy James & Shondells* Crimson & Clover
A2 Johnny Nash Hold Me Tight
A3 Ohio Express Yummy, Yummy, Yummy
A4 James Brown Papa's Got A Brand New Bag
A5 Lemon Pipers* Green Tambourine
A6 Brenton Wood The Oogum Boogum Song
A7 Count Five Psychotic Reaction
A8 Ad Libs* The Boy From New York City
A9 Neil Diamond Cherry, Cherry
A10 Billy Stewart Summertime
A11 Surfaris* Wipeout
B1 B.J. Thomas Billy & Sue
B2 The Dells There Is
B3 Strawberry Alarm Clock Incense & Peppermints
B4 Dixie Cups* Chapel Of Love
B5 Buckinghams* Kind Of A Drag
B6 Dobie Gray The "In" Crowd
B7 Cascades* Rhythm Of The Rain
B8 James & Bobby Purify I'm Your Puppet
B9 Frankie Avalon Venus
B10 Esquires* Get On Up
B11 Uniques* All These Things

Companies, etc.

Credits

Notes

Electronically Re-Recorded
Compatible Stereo

[Track A1:] Big Seven Music Corp./BMI
[Track A2:] Johnny Nash Music/ASCAP
[Track A3:] T.M.Music/BMI
[Track A4:] Lois Music/BMI
[Track A5:] Kama Sutra Music/BMI
[Track A6:] Big Shot Music/BMI
[Track A7:] Hot Shot Music/BMI
[Tracks A8, B4:] Trio Music Co., Inc./BMI
[Track A9:] Tallyrand Music/BMI
[Track A10:] Gershwin Pub. Co.
[Track A11:] Miraleste Music & Robin Hood/BMI
[Track B1:] Hornet Music/BMI
[Track B2:] Chevis Music/BMI
[Track B3:] Claridge Music/ASCAP
[Track B5:] Maryon Music/BMI
[Track B6:] American Music/BMI
[Track B7:] Sherman/Devorzon Music/BMI
[Track B8:] Fame Publ. Co./BMI
On the center label: the artist is misspelled as James & Boby Purify, but it is spelled correctly on the back cover.
[Track B9:] Rambed Pub. Co./BMI
[Track B10:] Hi―Mi Publ./BMI
[Track B11:] Tune Kel Pub./BMI

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout, Etched): Post 79 Side-1 Binks F/W W TC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout, Etched): Post 79 Side-2 Binks F/W W TC
  • Rights Society (Tracks A1, A3 to A9, A11 to B2, B4 to B11): BMI
  • Rights Society (Tracks A2, B3): ASCAP

Reviews

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CrashDDZ

CrashDDZ

March 23, 2017

Sweet set of songs including one of my all time favorites and as of only recently despite being pretty old The Oogum Boogum Song by Brenton Wood. The bad part is, and I can only speak for my copy, it sounds like the vinyl was made off tape. Very low and hissy at times. Song selection wise pure gems just be prepared to turn it up a little bit more than most records. Still rating a 4 for the memories this one brings back of being a child riding in the car with the radio on.