Friday, 2018-03-23, 2:42 AM
Logged in as Guest | Group "Guests"Welcome Guest | RSS


If you find any dead link please report it to


Main » 2010 » June » 23 » The Cryan Shames - 1968 - Synthesis
3:55 AM
The Cryan Shames - 1968 - Synthesis

The Cryan' Shames are an American  garage rock group from Hinsdale, Illinois. They originally formed as The Travelers, with founding members Tom Doody ("Toad"), Gerry Stone ("Stonehenge"), Dave Purple ("Grape") of The Prowlers, Denny Conroy and Jim Fairs from The Roosters, and Jim Pilster ("J.C. Hooke"). The band later changed its name to The Cryan' Shames in 1966. J.C. Hooke, having been fitted for a hook as he was born without a left hand, was responsible for naming the group because of the problem they had coming up with a name ... "being a Cryan' Shame." The group disbanded in December 1969, but reunited again and continues to tour. Jim "J.C. Hooke" Pilster and Tom Doody (Toad) are the only remaining original members of the current lineup. Synthesis was the last album.

A01 - Greenburg, Glickstein, Charles, David Smith & Jones
A02 - Baltimore Oriole
A03 - It's All Right
A04 - Your Love
A05 - A Master's Fool

B01 - First Train To California
B02 - The Painter
B03 - Sweet Girl Of Mine
B04 - 20th Song
B05 - Let's Get Together
B06 - Symphony Of The Wind

Views: 767 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Rating: 0.0/0
Site menu
Login form
Section categories
«  June 2010  »

Total online: 1
Guests: 1
Users: 0