• The Rock-A-Teens - Woo-Hoo
    (Roulette Records  1960  SR25109)

    Sleeve in Nr MINT condition

    Vinyl in Nr MINT condition

     

    The Rock-A-Teens were a short-lived American rockabilly group from Richmond, Virginia, active in the late 1950s, led by Vic Mizelle.

    The Rock-a-Teens were one-hit wonders whose lone hit record was "Woo Hoo", written by George Donald McGraw and backed with "Untrue", released on Roulette Records R 4192. The song hit No. 16 on the Billboard Hot 100.

    Career

    The Rock-A-Teens formed in 1956 as Boo Walke & the Rockets while still in high school. After the initial success of "Woo-Hoo", they cut an album of the same name. Meanwhile Roulette Records issued a follow-up single of "Twangy" and "Doggone It Baby". Neither the album or follow-up single was successful. The group broke up shortly after and none of the members continued in the music business.

    Album

    • Woo Hoo (1960) Roulette Records SR 25109 - Recorded November 1959 and Spring 1960.

    Track Listing

    1. "Woo-Hoo" (George Donald McGraw) - 2:05
    2. "Doggone It Baby" (Victor Mizelle) - 2:23
    3. "I'm Not Afraid" (Mizelle) - 2:15
    4. "That's My Mama" (Billy Smith) - 1:41
    5. "Dance To the Bop" (Floyd Edge) - 2:23
    6. "Story Of A Woman" (Mizelle) - 2:00
    7. "Twangy" (Bobby "Boo" Walker) - 2:00
    8. "Janis Will Rock" (Mizelle) - 2:27
    9. "Pagan" (Mizelle) - 2:08
    10. "Lotta Boppin'" (Mizelle) - 2:23
    11. "Oh My Nerves" (Walker) - 2:07
    12. "I Was Born To Rock" (Mizelle) - 2:32

    Technical Staff

    • Producer – Joe Reisman

    Original members

    • Vic Mizelle (vocals, guitar)
    • Bobby "Boo" Walke (guitar)
    • Bill Cook (guitar)
    • Eddie Robinson (sax)
    • Paul Dixon (bass)
    • Bill Smith (drums)

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    THE ROCK-A-TEENS - WOO-HOO LP - Nr MINT GARAGE ROCK ROCK 'N' ROLL

    • Product Code: SR25109
    • Availability: In Stock
    • £22.99

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