Friday, March 3, 2017

Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels 1966 Take A Ride

Genre: Rock
Rate: 128 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:36:51
Size: 33,68 MB

United States

Review by Cub Koda

The debut album of Ryder and the Wheels, fresh from the teenage ballroom circuit in Detroit, where they held court in earlier days as Billy Lee & the Rivieras. One of the defining moments in the history of Motor City music, Take a Ride is the sound of poor white kids claiming the music as theirs, too, while infusing it with the manic energy of the color-blind dreams of anybody who ever wanted to be somebody. Built entirely around their stage act, this album captures a band in full cry at the peak of their powers. This is what they mean when they say the words "high-energy Motor City rock & roll."


01 - Shake A Tail Feather 02:31

02 - Come See About Me 03:00

03 - Let Your Lovelight Shine 03:35

04 - Just A Little Bit 02:42

05 - I Hope 03:02

06 - Jenny Take A Ride 03:25

07 - Please, Please, Please 03:38

08 - I'll Go Crazy 02:11

09 - I Got You 02:36

10 - Sticks And Stones 02:37

11 - Bring It On Home To Me 03:34

12 - Baby Jane (Mo-Mo Jane) 04:00

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KevM said...

Hi there, I'm a recent convert. Is it possible you could re-up this, please? Thanks in advance.

The Bluesgambler said...

No re-up necessary, please (always) check the qr-code - it hides a working mirror link.

blackcough said...

this is where google is ur idea what a qr was but do now. thanx