Don't let their Beatle haircuts or R&B cover song list fool you; underneath it all, the Gants were pure Southern-bred frat boys. Their hipness in knowing a good Bo Diddley song when they heard it brought them some measure of success and their regional squareness separated them from the rest of the pack, which is half the point of this 20-track collection.
The Giants is a 1974 album featuring Oscar Peterson, Joe Pass, and Ray Brown. At the Grammy Awards of 1978, Peterson won the Grammy Award for Best Jazz Performance by a Soloist for his performance on this album. It was reissued on CD in 1995 by Original Jazz Classics. Riff Blues" (Oscar Peterson) – 4:24. Who Cares?" (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) – 6:29. Jobim" (Joe Pass, Peterson) – 6:29. Blues for Dennis" (Peterson) – 5:31. Sunny" (Bobby Hebb) – 4:49.
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The best album by They Might Be Giants is Flood which is ranked number 949 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 2,637. They Might Be Giants is ranked number 406 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 6,044. Members who like this artist also like: The Psychedelic Furs, Cherrelle and The Alarm.
Road Runner! The Best Of The Gants. Released by Universal Music Group Dec 2009 20 Tracks. Road Runner! The Best Of The Gants is a English album released on Dec 2009. This album is composed by Steward. Road Runner! The Best Of The Gants Album has 20 songs sung by The Gants. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Road Runner! The Best Of The Gants songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
Later that year, Liberty released The Gants' first album, Roadrunner. In January 1966 a new single was released, "Little Boy Sad", which included an early use of the talk box later made famous by Joe Walsh and Peter Frampton. The band tried to get Liberty to release their recording of Them's "Gloria" but the label declined. Despite their lack of hits, The Gants maintained a minor cult aura within the garage rock ethos and were not entirely forgotten. One of their songs, Herring's "I Wonder" was included on the 1980 compilation album, Pebbles, Volume 8. In 2000, Sundazed Records released Roadrunner! The Best of The Gants, with liner notes by Mike Stax; their single "Little Boy Sad" was included on Oxford American magazine's Southern Sampler music CD.
Later that year, Liberty released The Gants' first album, Roadrunner, which supposedly featured Duane Allman playing organ on "House of the Rising Sun" (it is most likely they meant his brother, Greg Allman, however). In January 1966 a new single was released, "Little Boy Sad", which included an early use of the talk box later made famous by Joe Walsh and. Peter Frampton. The band tried to get Liberty to release their recording of Them's "Gloria" but the label refused. The Gants were later disgusted to see the song become a huge hit for.