Tuesday, 30 November 2010

Non Stop Pepsi Party - Denny Wright & The Hustlers [1974]



MFP 50098

After posting the Sparkling Sounds LP, and mentioning Denny Wright's Pepsi LP, I thought it might be good to rip and post that Pepsi LP, so here it is!

It was one of the first LPs I found when I first started looking round the charity shops, some years ago, but I have seen it again since, several times, the one ripped here being the one in the best condition.

It is around 54 minutes in length, and top quality from start to finish! Featuring the Shout About Pepsi track, as featured on the first Sound Gallery album, here it appears as part of a medley with Tequila and La Bamba.

Other highlights include fine versions of I Can See Clearly Now, Something, Ob-la-di, Ob-la-da, very smooth sounding covers of Without You,Love Is Blue, and Sounds of Silence, with a nice rock 'n' roll medley to finish the album.

Every track is a winner, the album is one of my personal favourites, the track I post as preview, Roll Over Beethoven never fails to have me jiving round the room!

I hope you enjoy it and please leave a comment!

ALBUM PREVIEW - ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN

7 comments:

  1. Thanks for this gem. And I love the babe on the sleeve, too. Phwoooar!

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  2. what a pair, those 2 LPs (this and the previous post), really super!! Thank you so much, this is so much fun!

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  3. OldTimeCollector2 February 2011 at 21:32

    Some info I found about the group:

    Credits
    Backing Vocals - Irene & Doreen Chanter* , Margo Newman
    Bass - Dave Olney
    Drums - Alf Bigden
    Guitar - Bob Falloon , Mick Barker (3)
    Guitar, Arranged By, Conductor - Denny Wright
    Keyboards - Don Hunt
    Percussion - Chris Karan , Dennis Lopez , Derek Warne
    Producer - Anton Kwiatkowski
    Saxophone, Flute - Bunny Gould , Chris Hughes (2) , Ray Swinfield
    Trumpet - Bob Haughey , Butch Hudson , Dennis Healey

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  4. I just discovered this blog and I want to thank the owner for his great selections!

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  5. Thanks for your kind comments! Hope you enjoy the music!

    Mark

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  6. For my sins I worked with Anton Kwiatkowski on this when I was 17. we spent two days doing the sound effects on Snoopy vs the red barron. Steve W

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    1. Great to hear from someone who worked on one of the LP's I have posted! Thanks Steve!

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