The latest in Ace Records series of limited edition CD releases features another fabulous collection of hot-rockin , foot-stompin , feel-good instrumentals from drum maestro Sandy Nelson. The CD has been compiled and annotated by Dave Burke and Clive Poole of Pipeline magazine. These guys know exactly what instrumental fans want... Just about all the tracks are new to CD and are cherry-picked from ten LPs recorded between 1965 and 1969, when Nelson was at the height of his powers. Selections include many classic good-time anthems and the punch and vigour Nelson brings to them is unmatched. There is no doubt that his good taste and undoubted love of soul music shines through, particularly when he steams through favourites such as Wilson Pickett's Mustang Sally and then stomps all over Stevie Wonder's Nothing s Too Good For My Baby . There s more Detroit magic with the Temptations Ain't Too Proud To Beg and the Supremes My World Is Empty Without You , frat party favourites Hanky Panky and Hang On Sloopy , surfing classics Pipeline , Let s Go Trippin and Richie Podolor's mesmerising eastern-flavoured surfer Casbah , the quirky and irresistible Sabre Dance , as well as the storming, little-known 45rpm version of Peter Gunn .
1-Nothing's Too Good For My Baby 2-Casbah 3-Batman Theme 4-Mustang Sally 5-Sabre Dance 6-Let's Go Trippin' 7-Uptight (Everything's Alright) 8-My World Is Empty Without You 9-Just Like Me 10-Ain't Too Proud To Beg 11-Hanky Panky 12-The Clapping Song 13-Hang On Sloopy 14-Tim Tom Drum 15-Monday Monday 16-Niki Hoeky 17-The Jerk 18-Got My Mojo Working 19-Summer In The City 20-Pipeline 21-I Need Somebody 22-Peter Gunn 23-Good Thing 24-Work Song (2012/ACE) 24 tracks (59:02) Imperial 1965-67 with 20 page booklet. Limited Edition (1.500 copies) Another fabulous collection of hot-rockin', foot-stompin', feel great instrumentals - most on CD for the first time!