Mci Records Story
Sanford Clark’s seminal rock ’n’ roll classic "The Fool" put Phoenix’s MCI Records on the map in ’56. Here’s that and 38 other rock ’n’ roll cuts MCI put out before and after it: early tracks by Lee Hazlewood (a demo of "Buying on Time"), Wayne Newton ("I Spy" by the Newton Brothers), Connie Conway ("Leave Her to Fools Like Me") and Bud Isaacs ("Lonesome for a Letter," with Spence Bare), killer rockabilly by Al Casey ("If I Told You"), Bobby and the Demons ("The Woo") and Jim Fleming and the Casuals ("Don’t You Just Know It"), teen delights by Patti LaSalle ("Quarter After Eight") and Ritchie Hart ("I Want You"), and more. 48-page booklet, too! Bear Family.
|Title:||Mci Records Story|
|Attributes:||Germany - Import|