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Teen Beat Vol.5: Another 30 Great Rockin' Instrumentals CD

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  • Audio CD (3 July 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Ace
  • ASIN: B00004TS88
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 157,656 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Let's Go - The Routers
  2. Let There Be Drums - Sandy Nelson
  3. Point Panic - The Surfaris
  4. The Lonely Surfer - Jack Nitzsche
  5. Green Onions - Booker T. and the M.G.'s
  6. Slow Walk - Sil Austin
  7. Bumbershoot - Phil Harvey
  8. Percolator - Billy Joe & The Checkmates
  9. No Matter What Shape - The T-Bones
  10. Quiet Village - Martin Denny
  11. Dumplin's - Doc Bagby
  12. '7-11' - Gone All Stars
  13. Week End - The Kingsmen
  14. Surfer's Stomp - The Mar-kets
  15. Werewolf - The Frantics
  16. Like Long Hair - Paul Revere and The Raiders
  17. Gonzo - James Booker
  18. Yakety Sax - Boots Randolph
  19. Raw-hide - Link Wray
  20. The Madison Time - Ray Bryant Combo
  21. Jupiter-C - Pat & The Satellites
  22. Boss - The Rumblers
  23. Last Night - The Mar-Keys
  24. Night Theme - The Mark Ii
  25. Penetration - The Pyramids
  26. Leap Frog - Chuck Alaimo Quartet
  27. Night Hop - Jimmie & The Night Hoppers
  28. Guitar Boogie - Arthur Smith & His Cracker-Jacks
  29. Honky Tonk - Bill Doggett
  30. Honky Tonk - Bill Doggett

Product Description

Medium 1
Let's Go (Pony) - ROUTERS
Let There Be Drums - NELSON, Sandy
Point Panic - SURFARIS
The Lonely Surfer - NITZSCHE, Jack
Green Onions - BOOKER T & THE MGS
Slow Walk - AUSTIN, Sil
Bumbershoot - HARVEY, Phil
No Matter What Shape (Your Stomach's In) - T-BONES
Quiet Village - DENNY, Martin
Dumplin's - DOC BAGBY
'7-11' (Mambo #5) - BUDDY LUCAS
Surfer's Stomp - MAR-KETS
Werewolf - FRANTICS
Gonzo - BOOKER, James
Raw-Hide - WRAY, Link
The Madison Time (Part 1) - RAY BRYANT COMBO
Last Night - MAR-KEYS
Night Theme - MARK II
Penetration - PYRAMIDS
Guitar Boogie - ARTHUR SMITH & HIS CRACKER....
Honky Tonk (Part 1) - DOGGETT, Bill
Honky Tonk (Part 2) - DOGGETT, Bill

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Since this series began there's always been the odd item which would never be descibed as "rockin'". Here its Billy Joe & the Checkmates'Percolater.
Yet so much was missed which makes their closing remarks that there were no instros left rather odd seeing as they never included Johnny & the Hurricanes on any of the 5 volumes.
Which brings me to the very obvious missing items which in most cases were massive hits.These turned up on The Jazz Hits which followed as I dropped Ace a note to remind them about Washington Square,A Taste of Honey and Watermelon Man
As I have a massive collection of instros there's obviously many repeats even on Ace CDs eg Percolater is also on the Dore Story CD.Having so many repeats doesn't bother me as you hear the tracks in a different order anyway.
I take it the criteria for inclusion was the actual Top 100 so regional hits aren't counted.I think the Victor Feldman Quartet only just scraped in with A Taste of Honey and at the moment the Jazz Hits is the only way you can get it
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5.0 out of 5 stars Aces... 21 Jun. 2001
By Zub - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The fifth and purportedly last in Ace Record's Teen Beat series of instrumental collections from the "golden" age of American Rock and Roll is every bit as good as the rest in the series. A massive 30-track compilation featuring many well-remembered rock instrumentals of the era that is worth even more for the inclusion of many tracks found nowhere else. The inclusion of so many hard-to-find top-100 tunes here on one disc puts to shame many of the domestic collections available. Great finds include Billy Joe and the Checkmates' "Percolator", the Gone All Stars' "7-11", Mark II's "Night Theme" and Pat and the Satellites' "Jupiter C" among others.

As usual, Ace has secured superior tape sources for these tunes and many sound better than they ever did on AM and juke boxes. Tracks 1,3,4,9,10,14,18,20 and 22 are in true stereo. A 12-page booklet provides interesting background on each of the tracks on the disc.

This is an outstanding collection - it's just disappointing that the series is coming to an end.
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4.0 out of 5 stars More Great Instrumentals! 21 Aug. 2000
By Ken Rogers - Published on Amazon.com
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Hats Off again to the wonderful folks at ACE Records. Volume 5 is the "Cream Of The Crop" in this 5 CD compilation. Volumes 1 through 4 covered almost everything but this particular Volume adds some of the really great rock'n roll instrumentals: "Night Theme" by The Mark II, Bill Doggett's "Honky Tonk" (Parts One and Two) "Week End" By Bill Haley's Kingsmen and "7-11" With Buddy Lucas and The Gone All Stars. Every cut is better than you will remember. Again, the technical quality and precision mastering techniques that ACE employs makes this one a must for the collector of oldies. Thanks to Trevor Churchill, John Broven and Rob Finnis for making this collection available.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Best R&R Instrumental Compilation Series On The Market 14 Oct. 2007
By George O'Leary - Published on Amazon.com
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I notice reviewer Zub thinks this may have been the final volume in the series, but I also thought that when Volume 10 of their Golden Age Of American Rock & Roll came out. Now we have a Volume 11 in that series, so don't give up hope Zub.

In the meantime, this 5th Volume is easily the best in terms of offering up legitimate hit singles, with no less than 28 of the 30 making the national charts (only Night Hop by Jimmie & The Night Hoppers and Bumbershoot by Phil Harvey were non-hits). On top of that, they also come up with quite a few that fall into the hard-to-find category, including
Point Panic by The Surfaris (# 49 Billboard Pop Hot 100 in the fall of 1963); Dumplin's by Doc Bagby (# 69 Top 100 in fall 1957); Week End by The Kingsmen (# 35 Hot 100 in late summer q958); "7-11" (Mambo # 5) by The Gone All Stars featuring Buddy Lucas (# 30 Top 100 early 1958); Werewolf by The Frantics (# 83 Hot 100 early 1960); The Madison Time (Part 1) by The Ray Bryant Combo (# 30 Hot 100 May 1960); Jupiter-C by Pat & The Satellites (# 81 Hot 100 February 1959); the original 1948 Guitar Boogie by Arthur Smith & His Cracker Jacks (# 25 Pop in July); Leap Frog by The Chuck Alaimo Quartet (# 92 Top 100 April 1957); Night Theme by Te Mark II (# 75 Hot 100 late 1960); Boss by The Rumblers (# 87 Hot 100 February 1963); and Gonzo by James Booker (# 43 Hot 100 late 1960).

As in their Golden Age Of American Rock & Roll series, they also sprinkle the insert (which also contains 8 pages of information by Dave Burke and Alan Taylor of Pipeline Instrumental Review, a British quarterly magazine) with vintage photos (Doc Bagby, The Mark II, The Frantics, Jack Nitzsche, The Rumblers, and The Pyramids), LP/E.P. cover reproductions (Martin Denny's Erotica, The Kingsmen - Bill Haley's Comets who cut an E.P. with four tracks under a name designed to reflect that they were the "King's" band - Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith And His Cracker Jacks, and The Routers. Not to mention numerous 45 rpm/poster reproductions. And, as usual with their products, a discography of the contents and immaculate sound reproduction.
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 13 Jan. 2015
By Gilles Qc. - Published on Amazon.com
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Excellent produit pour tout bon collectionneur, à un prix raisonnable et livrer à temps.
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 1 May 2016
By Gary Lee Pederson - Published on Amazon.com
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Another excellent cd in this series.
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