Friday, October 24, 2014

New England Spotlight: The Rockin' Ramrods - She Lied



Our New England Battle of the Bands keeps us in Boston on this kick-ass Friday.

Sometimes you just need to let the song speak for itself (and for you). So here we go, The Rockin' Ramrods perform their original composition, She Lied! Recorded in 1964 for Bon-Bon Records in their hometown of Boston, Massachusetts. The Rockin' Ramrods were Bob Henderson, Vin Campisi, Ronn Campisi, and Lenny Cirelli.
Until next time, we'll see you On The Flip-Side!

9 comments:

  1. This might be the most rockingest song to come out '64, if it weren't for the Sonics song The Witch.

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    1. I agree. Brilliant!. Maybe even a notch above the Witch!

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  2. Great song and great looking band clad in white levis and all ...

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  3. I should note that Naz Nomad and The Nightmares (aka, The Damned) covered this fine song along with a cover of yesterday's song, The Others' "I Can't Stand This Love, Goodbye."

    To the song, this came out only two months after The Beatles performance on Ed Sullivan. Pretty damn aggressive for such an early release. I always assumed the they were influenced by The Dave Clark Five's "Bits and Pieces". Just kind of that low, guttural, stomping style. But that came out in the UK only weeks before this. So probably not.

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  4. So, once again now we have no way to D/L this...??? WAHHAHAHHAHAAaaaaaaa!

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    1. It's ok Timmy! Click on CLYP. See what happens. Thanks for coming around!

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  5. Oh, YEAH! That do it. THANX................

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