Sunday, July 23, 2006

Every One A Treat

This instrumental track by King Charles and his band was originally released in the 50's on Folk-Star Records (no 1131) as a 7" single A-side. Folk-Star was a subsidiary label of Eddie Shuler's Lake Charles, Louisiana's Goldband Records. The track was re-released on Charly Records in 1987 on an LP titled 'Whole Lotta Drinkin' On The Block'. Another Goldband artist Left Hand Charlie appeared as the vocalist on the B-side of the original single titled 'But You Thrill Me' and he has two tracks on the compilation one coincidentally titled 'Whole Lotta Drinkin' On The Block' !!.

King Charles - Bop Cat Stomp

2 comments:

bbb said...

thanks
sound like Left Hand Charlie is playing guitar on "bop cat stomp"

ever heard of "South of the Border"
by the Great Jimmy Donley???
i'm looking fot it

bbb

Rock & Roll Doctor said...

Can't say I have BBB but if it's as good as this track please let me know
The R&RD