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Hot Fudge - Johnny And The Hurricanes - Reveille Rock (Cassette)

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  1. Johnny and the Hurricanes. Led by John Matthew Pocisk. Crossfire Lazy "Johnny And The Hurricanes Vol 1" London RE Rock-Cha Joy Ride Reveille Rock Time Bomb "Johnny And The Hurricanes Vol 2" London RE Storm Warning Bam-Boo Cut Out Thunderbolt "Johnny And The Hurricanes" London RE Beatnik Fly Sand Storm Big River *) The.
  2. Stormsville, an Album by Johnny and the Hurricanes. Released in October on London (catalog no. HAI ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Rock & Roll.
  3. Renamed as Johnny and the Hurricanes, they followed with "Red River Rock", an instrumental version of "Red River Valley", on Warwick Records. It became a top ten hit on both sides of the Atlantic (No. 5 in the U.S., No. 3 in the UK), and sold over a million copies. The musicians in the band then were Paris on saxophone, Paul Tesluk on a Hammond Chord organ, Dave Yorko on guitar, Lionel "Butch.
  4. Reveille Rock 9. Time Bomb Thunderbolt Joy Ride Beatnik Fly Sand Storm Rock-Cha Down Yonder Cyclone Rockin' T. Rocking Goose Molly-O Revival Hot Fudge Corn Bread You Are My Sunshine Mr. Lonely Traffic Jam out of 5 stars Johnny and the Hurricanes. Reviewed in the United 5/5(2).
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  6. Stormsville, an Album by Johnny and the Hurricanes. Released in on Warwick (catalog no. W ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Rock & Roll.
  7. Johnny & the Hurricanes were typical of the many landlocked instrumental R&B combos who were swept up in the surf craze of the early '60s. Based in Toledo, OH, and led by saxophonist Johnny Paris, the Hurricanes had virtually nothing in common with the reverb-drenched California surf sound, favoring instead a sort of raw, ragged frat-house R&B that was somewhat reminiscent of Junior Walker.
  8. The Late '50s, early '60s were the 'Golden Era' for Rock 'n' Roll Instrumentals and Johnny & The Hurricanes were at the forefront of the boom, enjoying widespread international popularity with the unmistakable sound on Johnny Paris's rasping sax and Paul Tesluks's searing Hammond organ.

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