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Johnny & The Hurricanes - 1959-63 - The Very Best


Johnny and the Hurricanes was a rock and roll band that began as The Orbits in Toledo, Ohio in 1957. Led by saxophonist Johnny Paris, they were school friends who played on a few recordings behind Mack Vickery, a local rockabilly singer. They signed with Harry Balk and Irving Micahnik of Twirl Records, which led to national engagements in 1959. Johnny and the Hurricanes recorded "Crossfire" in a vacant cinema  to provide echo. That became a nationwide U.S. hit, and ranked No. 23 in the U.S. chart in the summer of 1959. The band developed a following in Europe. In 1962, they played at the Star-Club in Hamburg, where The Beatles, then a little-known band, served as an opening act. Johnny and the Hurricanes cut records until 1965. Johnny continued to tour with the Hurricanes in Europe and United States until his death in 2006.

01 - Red River Rock
02 - Buckeye
03 - Crossfire
04 - Reveille Rock
05 - Cyclone
06 - Rockin 'T'
07 - The Beatnick Fly
08 - Rocking Goose
09 - Kaw - Liga
10 - You Are My Sunshine
11 - San Antonio Rose
12 - Down Yonder
13 - Revival
14 - Bye Bye Blackbird
15 - Corn Bread
16 - Happy Time
17 - Thunderbolt
18 - Joy Ride
19 - Ja da
20 - The Sheik Of Araby
21 - Molly - O
22 - Traffic Jam
23 - Walkin' With Mr. Lee
24 - Rock - A - Long
25 - The Kid
26 - Sanstorm
27 - Like Rock
28 - Time To Rock
29 - High Voltage
30 - Sheba
31 - Old Smokie
32 - Ten Little Indian
33 - After Midnight
34 - Teensville Tonight

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