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The Routers - Make It Snappy / Half Time flac album

The Routers - Make It Snappy / Half Time flac album Performer: The Routers
Title: Make It Snappy / Half Time
Style: Rock & Roll
Released: 1963
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1994 mb
FLAC album: 1114 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: RA MP4 WAV WMA VOC AUD AIFF
Genre: Rock / Pop

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The Routers - who in reality included the formidable talents of Hal Blaine (drums), Leon Russell (keyboards) and Tommy Tedesco (guitar) among others - built upon the uniquely American trend of school spirit and the somewhat homogeneous sounds of pre British Invasion pop rock. This disc includes a dozen tracks ranging from cover versions of concurrently popular songs such as "Limbo Rock" - which had become a signature tune for the Champs as well as Chubby Checker - and Chris Montez's "Let's Dance".

Make It Snappy was a musical revue that ran for 96 performances at the Winter Garden Theatre in the 1922–23 Broadway season. It ran from 13 April to 1 July 1922. It starred Eddie Cantor, who introduced the hit songs "Yes! We Have No Bananas" and "The Sheik of Araby". Harold R. Atteridge and Eddie Cantor wrote the book. Harold Atteridge wrote the lyrics to music by Jean Schwartz. Alfred Bryan and William B. Friedlander wrote additional lyrics, and Friedlander wrote additional music

What is the The Routers? The Routers was Al Kait, lead guitar; Lynn Frasier, tenor saxophone; Michael Zane Gordon, rhythm guitar, vocals; Scott. Let's Go (Pony)" b/w "Mashy" (1962). Make It Snappy" b/w "Half Time" (1963). Sting Ray" b/w "Snap Happy" (1963). Crack Up" b/w "Let's Dance" (1964). Stamp And Shake" b/w "Ah-Ya" (1964). Notes and References.

The Routers first release in September 1962 was the guitar-driven instrumental "Let's Go (Pony)", which reached on the Billboard chart.

The Routers were an instrumental pop/surf rock group from Los Angeles that became famous during the early 1960s. Formed in 1961 by Michael Z. Gordon and signed to Warner Bros. Records, the original lineup consisted of Gordon, Lynn Frasier, Al Kait, Randy Viers, and Scott Engel (who later joined The Walker Bros. with a number of personnel changes. The Routers also had a string of minor hits the following year with "Sting Ray," "Half Time," "Big Band," and "A-Ooga. The Routers were among several performers featured in the 1964 movie, "Surf Party. The band toured actively for a number of years and released four albums before finally disbanding around the early 1970s.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Make It Snappy
Written-By – Saraceno*, Gordon*
2:05
B Half Time
Written-By – L. Duncan*, R. Duncan*
1:57

Credits

  • Arranged By – Rene Hall
  • Producer – Joe Saraceno

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
45-WB.91 The Routers Make It Snappy / Half Time ‎(7", Promo) Warner Bros. Records 45-WB.91 UK 1963
45-WB.91 The Routers Make It Snappy / Half Time ‎(7") Warner Bros. Records 45-WB.91 UK 1963
5332 The Routers Make It Snappy / Half Time ‎(7", Single) Warner Bros. Records 5332 Canada 1963
5332 The Routers Make It Snappy / Half Time ‎(7") Warner Bros. Records 5332 US 1963