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The Ventures CD, Walk Don't Run, The Best of, Greatest

$8.00 USD

Cd, case and inserts are in mint / near mint condition.  Original EMI Records pressing.  This is not a promotional version. 


1. Don't Run Walk
2. No Trespassing
3. Perfidia
4. Ram-Bunk-Shush
5. Lullaby of the Leaves
6. Yellow Jacket
7. Driving Guitars (Ventures Twist)
8. Roadrunner
9. Twisted
10. Spudnik
11. Night Drive
12. Pts. 1 & 2 2000 Pound Bee
13. The Savage
14. Moon Child
15. Journey to the Stars
16. Fugitive
17. Don't Run '64 Walk
18. Pedal Pusher
19. Slaughter on Tenth Avenue
20. Diamond Head
21. Action Plus
22. Dick Tracy
23. Flights of Fantasy
24. Underground Fire
25. Hawaii Five-O
26. Ventures' "Rocketing Rhythms" Interview
27. Vol. 2 - Radio Spot Ventures' Twist Party
28. Underground Fire
29. Hawaii Five-O

Album Notes
The Ventures: Bob Bogle, Nokie Edwards (guitar, bass); Don Wilson (guitar); Howie Johnston (drums).Producers: Bob Reisdorff, Josie Wilson, Dick Glasser, Joe Saraceno.Includes liner notes by Steve Kolanjian.Digitally remastered by Larry Walsh (February 1990, Capitol Recording Studios).This is part of the EMI Legends Of Rock & Roll series.Audio Remasterer: Larry Walsh.Audio Remixers: Larry Walsh; Ron Furmanek.Liner Note Authors: Ron Furmanek; Steve Kolanjian.Recording information: Boles Studio, Seattle, WA (11/15/1960-10/01/1968); Boles Studios, Seattle, WA (11/15/1960-10/01/1968); Custom Recorders, Hollywood, CA (11/15/1960-10/01/1968); Liberty Recording Studios, Los Angeles, CA (11/15/1960-10/01/1968); Liberty Studios, Los Angeles, CA (11/15/1960-10/01/1968); RCA Studios, Los Angeles, CA (11/15/1960-10/01/1968); Sunset Sound Studios, Los Angeles, CA (11/15/1960-10/01/1968); TTG Studios, Hollywood, CA (11/15/1960-10/01/1968); United Studios, Hollywood, CA (11/15/1960-10/01/1968); Western Recorders, Los Angeles, CA (11/15/1960-10/01/1968).Photographer: Jeffrey Scales.A nicely chosen best-of by the most popular instrumental rock band in the world, ranging (chronologically) from their first big American hit, 1959's "Walk Don't Run," to their last, 1969's "Hawaii Five-O." Other signature tunes here are the Latin-tinged "Perfidia," and the surf classic "Ram-Bunk-Shush," but the best track is a stomping "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue," from their great LIVE IN JAPAN album. You also get some ace period covers--an appropriately arch version of the "Lolita Ya-Ya" and a fierce and fiery take on "Secret Agent Man," which actually works better as an instrumental.


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