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mercredi 14 novembre 2018

THE CAPITOLS DANCE THE COOL JERK

ATCO RECORDS 1966                                        33-190
(Karen records series)

credits:

Performer :
Don Norman, Richard Mitchell, Sam George
Producer – Ollie McLaughlin
Engineer – Bob D'Orleans

The song  was recorded at Golden World Studios in Detroit 
on March 14, 1966 with the legendary Motown house band The Funk Brothers. 
Though the song was meant to include a horn accompaniment, 
the contracted musicians failed to show up for the recording session
 and their parts were omitted from the track. 
"Cool Jerk" was released late March 1966   
 
tracks list:
 
A1 Cool Jerk
Written-By – Donald Storball
A2 My Girl
Written-By – Ronald White, Smokey Robinson
A3 I Got My Mojo Working
Written-By – McKinley Morganfield
A4 Please Please Please
Written-By – James Brown, Johnny Terry
A5 In The Midnight Hour
Written-By – Steve Cropper, Wilson Pickett
A6 Good Lovin'
Written-By – Arthur Resnick, Rudy Clark
B1 Love Makes The World Go Round
Written-By – Deon Jackson
B2 Zig Zaggin'
Written-By – Donald Storball
B3 Dog & Cat
Written-By – Donald Storball
B4 Hello Stranger
Written-By – Barbara Lewis
B5 Tired Of Running From You
Written-By – Donald Storball
B6 The Kick
Written-By – Donald Storball




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