Louie And The Lovers - Caribbean FLAC album
67 USD. The definite Louie and The Lovers anthology, includes the mythical, but never before released second album. This CD contains all non-album single tracks plus previously unreleased outtakes
Matrix, Runout: SIDE A ST-A 2654I-7 SRC I-I AT. Matrix, Runout: SIDE B A-2654I-7 SRC AT.
Louie and The Lovers. Forgive me this time. Louie and The Lovers. Out of jail (Steve's Tune). Please wake up. 2:15. Little Georgie baker. Tomorrow just might change. My belief in you. 2:49.
The Modern Lovers is the debut studio album by American rock band the Modern Lovers. It was released on Beserkley Records in 1976, although the original nine tracks had been recorded in 1972 (or 1971 in the case of "Hospital"). Six of the original tracks were produced by John Cale. In 2003, the album was ranked number 381 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
Listen to music from Louie and the Lovers like If The Night, I Know You Know & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Louie and the Lovers. Salinas, CA, USA Louie And The Lovers was a Mexican-American band out of Salinas, CA that played a unique blend of well crafted, Latino influenced guitar-based folk rock. Inspired initially by The Beatles and Byrds, singer/songwriter Louis Ortega (guitar, vocals) needed a creative outlet for his music, so in 1966 he formed a band with three of his high school pals - Frank Parades (guitar), Steve Vargas (bass) and Albert Parra (drums).
The name Louie Ortega doesn't spring to mind when Mexican-American contributions to rock 'n' roll history come up. But at least for some people, he's a legend based on a band he put together in Prunedale, Calif. Critic Ed Ward, who has been a fan since he first heard the band, celebrates the release of its long-rumored second album. Louie And The Lovers: The Slow 'Rise' Of A Lost Treasure.
Louie and the Lovers were an American rock band from Prunedale, California. While still in high school, the group (then known as Country Fresh) was discovered by Doug Sahm and his wife Violet Sahm; Doug Sahm went on to produce the group's debut album. This album, Rise, was released on Epic Records in 1970, but sold poorly. The group recorded a second album for Epic (later re-recorded with Atlantic Records) which was never released, and Louie and the Lovers disbanded soon after
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Written-By – M. Torok*
|B||My Belief In You
Written-By – L. Ortega*
- Manufactured By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic
- Published By – Hill & Range
- Published By – Elvis Presley
- Published By – Lover Music
- Published By – Cotillion
- Producer – Doug Sahm, Jerry Wexler, Tom Dowd
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): ST-A-26541 SP
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): ST-A-25029 SP
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A Etched): ST-A-26541-8 1-1 AT
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B Etched): ST-A-25029-1 1-1 AT
|45-2972||Louie And The Lovers||Caribbean (7", Mono)||Atlantic||45-2972||US||1973|
|45-2972||Louie And The Lovers||Caribbean (7", Single, Mono, Promo)||Atlantic||45-2972||US||1973|
|45-2972, ST-A-25029-MO||Louie And The Lovers||Caribbean (7", Single)||Atlantic, Atlantic||45-2972, ST-A-25029-MO||US||1973|