The Village Callers

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Latin jazz and r&b group from East Los Angeles. They started out in the early 60s as 'Marcy & the Imperials'. The band went through many lineup changes and became very popular in East Los Angeles, playing all the top venues such as the Big Union Hall, Roger Young Auditorium, and Montebello Ballroom. Winning the battle of the bands at East Los Angeles College in 1966 or '67 also led to more gigs for the band. They also enjoyed a long run at the Plush Bunny nightclub in Pico Rivera, despite the fact they were underage. The band were managed by Hector Rivera.
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Albums

3304 The Village Callers - "Live" album art The Village Callers "Live" (Album) Rampart Records 3304 Canada 1968 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

660 The Village Callers - Mississippi Delta album art The Village Callers Mississippi Delta (Single) Rampart Records 660 US 1968 Sell This Version
659 The Village Callers - Hector / I'm Leaving album art The Village Callers Hector / I'm Leaving (Single) Rampart Records 659 US 1968 Sell This Version
663 The Village Callers - Evil Ways  album art The Village Callers Evil Ways Rampart Records 663 US 1969 Sell This Version
R.N.B 017 The Village Callers - I Can See Your Face / I Don't Need No Doctor album art Pneumania (2) / The Village Callers Pneumania (2) / The Village Callers - I Can See Your Face / I Don't Need No Doctor(7") Mousetrap R.N.B 017 UK 2014 Sell This Version