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Musician: The Gisha Brothers. Album's name: Slop Train. The Gisha Brothers - Slop Train.
Slop Showee-Doo (2:27) 21. Crazy New Beat (2:23) 22. Train To Nowhere (2:33) 23. Wewo's Rock (2:30) 24. Pretty Baby (3:06) 25. The Slop Teacher (2:09) 26. Prisoner Of The Beat (2:21) 27. Hello Miss Mabel (2:12) 28. Ich glaub Dir nicht (1:57) 29.
Listen online to The Gisha Brothers - Slop Showee-Doo and find out more about its history, critical reception, and meaning. Track descriptions on Last.
In October 1963, the Gisha Brothers moved into Studio Pfalzgraf in Walldorf to record 12 titles, some of which were surprisingly original compositions. Already in December the first single comes on the market: Don't Stop/Train To Nowhere. It sells quite well, especially in the Frankfurt area, where the Gisha Brothers are one of the best-known bands after countless appearances in clubs and dance halls. The band swims fully on the slop wave, and this is also reflected in the LP title. The cover of the album is made at a gravel pit in Neu-Isenburg. The album corresponds to the program of the band at that time. Most of the recordings are instrumental numbers like Crossfire, Yep or Peter Gunn - all a little smoother than known from the original, but not without appeal and occasionally with idiosyncratic arrangements. But there are also tracks like Blue Guitar and Bacardi that seem strangely antiquated to us today.
|A1||Train To Nowhere|
|A6||It's A Long Way To St. Louis|
|B2||I Want You|
|B5||The Slop Teacher|
Performer: The Gisha Brothers
Title: Slop Train
Date of release: 1964
Style: Rock & Roll
Size MP3: 1185 mb
Size FLAC: 1657 mb
Rating: 4.2 / 5
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