DYNAMICS, The

Homebase: Seattle, WA.
Stats: 1959-68
Misc Notes: Nationally, a number of  groups named The Dynamics have recorded on  labels such as Cotillion, Bigtop, Decca,  Liberty and Reprise  to  cite but a few of the most well known. Those groups and their recordings are NOT associated with the Pacific Northwest's Dynamics.
SEE ALSO:
1.) SPRINGFIELD RIFLE, The
2.) SPRINGFIELD FLUTE,  The
3.) AFDEM, JEFF
4.) AFDEM AND THE SPRINGFIELD FLUTE,  JEFF
5.) PLANT 2
6.) PLAY IT AGAIN SAM

Original Members
Tom Larson ~ Vocals
Jerry Strong ~ Vocals
Bob Johnston ~ Vocals
Wally Giffin ~ Guitar
Jeff Afdem ~ Saxophone
Terry Afdem ~ Keyboards
Pete Borg ~ Bass (1944-2010)
Tracy Townsend ~ Drums

Later Members
Jimmy Hanna ~ Vocals
Randi Green ~ Vocals
Larry Coryell ~ Guitar
Brady Anderson - Guitar/bass
Harry Wilson ~ Guitar
Dave Williams ~ Guitar
Mark Doubleday ~ Trumpet (d. 2004)
Keith Baggerly - Trumpet (2000)
J.C. Reick ~ Keyboards (2000)
Gary Snyder ~ Bass
Jim Manolides ~ Bass
Ron Woods ~ Drums
Larry Smith ~ Drums

"THE DYNAMICS: SEATTLE'S TOP '60s TEEN-R&B BAND (1959-1968)"
by Peter Blecha

IT WAS WAY BACK IN 1964 that the Seattle-based Seafair-Bolo record label released the classic album, The Dynamics with Jimmy Hanna. The music contained on it constituted the 1960s' Northwest teen-R&B in peak form as performed by the premier band of the genre.

The Dynamics saga began in about 1959 with the release of “Baby” / “Aces Up,” a joyfully raw single pairing up two “Kansas City”-type “originals.” Both songs featured good gritty sax solos by young Jeff Afdem, in whose living room the recording session took place. The band’s leader, Tom Larson, soon approached Tom and Ellen Ogilvy – the operators of Seafair Records – and in 1960 the band’s second single, “Onion Salad” was released and enjoyed modest radio airtime.

Then in 1961 personnel changes occurred: founding members Terry Afdem (keys), Jeff Afdem, and Pete Borg (bass), regrouped with drummer Ron Woods, and the Ogilvy’s singing son, Jimmy “Hanna.” Soon Yakima’s Checkers lost their guitarist, Larry Coryell, to the band, and then Mark Doubleday (trumpet) became the last to join. The Dynamics’ next series of singles (on the subsidiary label, Seafair-Bolo) were excellent: 1962’s cover of Dave Lewis’ “J.A.J.” was so fine it briefly saw national distribution. Then came “Wild Girl,” 1963’s “Tough Talk,” and “Genevieve” (featuring guest organist, Mike Mandel, of the Checkers).

Coryell, of course, eventually split for New York and the rest is jazz history. Harry Wilson left the Casuals to replace him and also excelled in his guitar duties. Both he and Gary Snyder (who took over for Borg) appear on the 1964 album The Dynamics with Jimmy Hanna and the boss singles “Busybody” – and “Leavin’ Here” which was briefly distributed nationally by Atlantic Records.

The Dynamics had started out by playing house parties and school dances, but later became mainstays on the teen-dance circuit promoted by KJR radio’s kingpin DJ, Pat O’Day. Highlights were the gigs they shared with the Beach Boys, Roy Orbison, Bobby Freeman, Jan and Dean, the Astronauts, and Vancouver B.C. Canada’s ‘60s Invasion modster, Terry “Unless It’s You” Black.

Hanna, who had built up quite a reputation with his rich, smooth – almost Bobby Bland-like – vocals, left the band and by 1966 was fronting his own 10-piece “blues big-band.” He released several singles through 1967, before taking up studies in San Antonio, Texas, where today he owns a studio and is a music instructor.

The Dynamics forged ahead, signing with Seattle’s Jerden Records, and later revamping themselves as the Springfield Rifle. This band became a highly successful performing and recording outfit for several years, scoring airplay with discs including 1967’s “Will You Love Me Tomorrow” and 1968’s “That’s All I Really Need.” Alas, that enterprise eventually mutated into the Springfield Flute, a vehicle for Jeff Afdem’s saccharine arrangements of tired pop tunes.

Meanwhile, Ron Woods had exited just prior to the Rifle’s formation. He headed to Los Angeles to sit in on the last gigs of Seattle’s own psychedelic folk-rock tripsters, the Daily Flash. Over the following few years Woods also did stints with the Buddy Miles Express, Pacific Gas & Electric – not to mention session work with Jimi Hendrix, Barry Goldberg, D. J. Rogers and others. Mark Doubleday went on to play with the Electric Flag, The Buddy MIles Express , Janice Joplin and numerous other groups.

Back up in Seattle, Seafair-Bolo Records went into mothballs in 1968. But now the label marks its return with the release of a new Dynamics album: Memory Bank of Early Northwest Sounds. Like the Dynamics’ previous LP, this one also includes material cut live at Parkers, along with a couple studio cuts. The nine live tracks were recorded on three separate nights between 1962 and 1965, and therefore features both Coryell (most of side one) and Wilson (side two) and both Borg and Snyder on bass guitar. The stereo master tapes were lovingly mixed by the legendary Northwest audio engineer, Kearney Barton, and the album sounds properly vintage. No, this is not a “Dynamics 1984 Reunion” LP or even a Greatest Hits package. Instead, it is offered as a song-set typical of countless local teen-dances from a long-ago time. In truth, it is a remarkable historical record by a band of remarkable musician’s musicians: The Dynamics.

[Note: This is an edited version of an essay that originally appeared in the “Northwest Music Archives” column of Seattle’s The Rocket magazine back in January, 1984.]

Text copyright © 1984, 2014 by Peter Blecha.

 

Memories

"Terry Afdem and I became friends when he was my keyboard teacher in 1964. We hit it off, and in 1965, he started calling me to sit in for him when he couldn't make a gig. This was during the 'heyday' of the Dynamics with Jimmy Hanna. What a group!!! While my tenure with the group was sporadic and short-lived, it did leave an indelible mark on me, my music, my career, and who I am as a person. The confidence this experience instilled in me has served me well throughout my life/career. I know the other bands I played in during this time period (i.e., the Liberty Party, Enchanters, Merrilee Rush, etc.) benefited from my relationship with Terry and my experience playing with the Dynamics. I still think R&B is the best." - Dr. Mike Robbins, November 2005 correspondence with pnwbands.com website [courtesy of webmaster Sam Carlson]

 

 

The Dynamics at the July 28, 2000, Grand Opening of Seattle's music museum (The Experience Music Project) - L-R: Mark Doubleday, Keith Baggerly, Jeff Afdem, Pete Borg, Ron Woods, Larry Coryell, Jimmy Hanna, & Harry Wilson (not shown Terry Afdem & J.C. Reick) [photo courtesy of Richard Evans]

Video of the 2000 reunion show SEEN HERE.

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LABEL
SERIAL
DATE

Original NW regional release of Guaranteed #201

LOCATION:
RECORDING PERSONNEL: Terry Afdem (piano), Jeff Afdem (sax), Jerry Strong (vocals), Tom Larson (vocals), Bob Johnson (vocals), Wally Griffin (guitar), Tracy Townsend (drums).
RECORDING STUDIO: Afdem family's living-room.
RECORDING ENGINEER:

FORMAT: disc
SIZE: 7"
SPEED: 45 rpm
DISC NOTES:

[HEAR IT HERE] "Aces Up"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSb8B0crgH4

A-SIDE MATRIX:
A-SIDE STAMPER CODE:
A-SIDE COMPOSER: Tom Larson
A-SIDE PUBLISHER:

B-SIDE MATRIX:
B-SIDE STAMPER CODE:
B-SIDE COMPOSER: Jeff Afdem - Terry Afdem
B-SIDE PUBLISHER:

MISC NOTES: National release of Penguin #1006

A - B retail disc issued in Canada as Guaranteed G201X. Orange label background. Black graphics, numerals and lettering.

LOCATION: Shoreline area of Snohomish County north of Seattle in Washington State
RECORDING PERSONNEL: Terry Afdem (piano), Jeff Afdem (sax), Jerry Strong (vocals), Tom Larson (vocals), Bob Johnson (vocals), Wally Griffin (guitar), Tracy Townsend (drums).
RECORDING STUDIO: Afdem family's living-room.
RECORDING ENGINEER:

FORMAT: disc
SIZE: 7"
SPEED: 45 rpm
DISC NOTES:

[HEAR IT HERE] "Aces Up"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSb8B0crgH4

Known Label Designs:
1.) A - B promo disc. White label background. Black logo, numerals and lettering.including DJ COPY NOT FOR SALE   left of spindle hole.*

2.) A - B promo disc. White label background. Black logo numerals and lettering including DJ COPY NOT FOR SALE  right of spindle hole.* (8/3/20 ordered and paid ebay)

3.) A - B retail disc. White label background. Black logo, numerals and lettering.

A-SIDE MATRIX: GU 5002
A-SIDE STAMPER CODE:
A-SIDE COMPOSER: Terry Afdem
A-SIDE PUBLISHER: David Jones Inc. (BMI)

B-SIDE MATRIX:
B-SIDE STAMPER CODE:
B-SIDE COMPOSER: Tom Larson
B-SIDE PUBLISHER:

MISC NOTES:

LOCATION:
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FORMAT: disc
SIZE: 7"
SPEED: 45 rpm
DISC NOTES:

Some discs issued with reversed labels.

[HEAR IT HERE] "Onion......"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjrevttC_y4

[HEAR IT HERE] "LoC_y4nesome........."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jr-aXel3uoU

A-SIDE MATRIX:
A-SIDE STAMPER CODE: 100A
A-SIDE COMPOSER:
A-SIDE PUBLISHER:

B-SIDE MATRIX:
B-SIDE STAMPER CODE: 100B
B-SIDE COMPOSER:
B-SIDE PUBLISHER:

MISC NOTES:

Pacific Northwest regional release.

Both tunes issued nationally on Seafair [I] #107.

* The Mardi Gras was a restaurant/nightspot located near the corner of 23rd & Madison (2407 E. Madison St.) in Seattle's Central District. It was owned and operated by Wilmer Morgan.

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During the early 1960s the up -tempo instrumental J.A.J. was a staple on the set list of every young Northwest rock band. Label-credited for being composed by pioneer Seattle keyboardist Dave Lewis, the song reportedly takes it name from one of Lewis' early guitarists Jerry (Jive Ass Jerry) Allen.

In the summer of 1970 Northwest singer/guitarist Edward "Ned" Neltner (Mark Five / Jr. Cadillac, et. al. ) pointed out   a 45 rpm record he'd found that featured an instrumental entitled "Diga Digga Doo." **  The song was  performed by a  group of "orchestral" brass  - likely  studio - musicians. dubbed ?????  Problem was/is, "Diga Digga Doo" has EXACTLY the same musical progression as  J. A, J.!!

Ned's question: "Which came first?" We may never know,...........................

* * (Place titles,  artist name  and label name and #s here). Both promotional and retail copies of this 45 have been found, so there was likely at least some corporate muscle behind the release.

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FORMAT: disc
SIZE: 7"
SPEED: 45 rpm
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[HEAR IT HERE] "J.A.J."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpTNB357xeY

[HEAR IT HERE] "At The...."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1IvSwJGWyv8

"BRUX" INSTR. / "BRUX" INSTR.

Known Label Designs: 
1.) A - B retail disc. Orange label background. knife logo and BOLO white with black edging. All other numerals and letters black.

"J.A.J." * * * ( Dynamics)  Album Reissues:
1.) 1964. (Live) Side one, track #1 on The Dyamics with Jimmy Hanna (Seafair - Bolo Records BLP - 8001)

2.)  1965. Side Two Track #1 on compilation lp Bolo Bash....Volume 1 (Seafair - Bolo Records BLP 8002)

*** "J.A.J." was also recorded by THE KINGSMEN. Never issued as a single, it only appeared as an album track.

A-SIDE MATRIX:
1.) 45 - J.A.J. (etched wax); None (label)
A-SIDE STAMPER CODE:
1.) ^42663 - X  March, 1962)
A-SIDE COMPOSER: Dave Lewis
A-SIDE PUBLISHER: Bolmin Publ Co. (BMI)

B-SIDE MATRIX:
1.) 45 - At The Mardi Gras (etched wax); None (label
B-SIDE STAMPER CODE:
1.) ^42663 (March, 1962)
B-SIDE COMPOSER: Afden - Afdem - Borg - Williams - Wood
B-SIDE PUBLISHER: Bolmin Publ. Co. (BMI)

MISC NOTES:

National release of Seafair-Bolo 45-730.

LOCATION:
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FORMAT: disc
SIZE: 7"
SPEED: 45 rpm
DISC NOTES:

Instrumental/Instrumental

To hear both selections see Seafair-Bolo 45-730

Known Lavel Designs:
1PA.). A - B promotional disc. Light blue- green label background with seahorse logo. Dark blue numerals and lettering. Inside ship's wheel to right of spindle hole SAMPLE COPY.  Below that on  Side A : PLUG SIDE
Distributed by Mr. Peeke Records , Inc. New York, N.Y. U.S.A.

1RA.). A - B retail disc. Light blue-green label background with seahorse logo.
Dark Blue numerals and lettering.
Distributed by Mr. Peeke Records, Inc. New York, N.Y. U.S.A.

A-SIDE MATRIX:
1PA) 6043 - 2
1RA.)
A-SIDE STAMPER CODE:
1PA.)
1RA.
A-SIDE COMPOSER: Dave Lewis
A-SIDE PUBLISHER: Bolmin  Publ. Co. (BMI)

B-SIDE MATRIX:
1PA.) 6044 - 2
1RA.)
B-SIDE STAMPER CODE:
1PA.)
1RA.)
B-SIDE COMPOSER: Afdem - Afdem - Borg - Williams - Woods
B-SIDE PUBLISHER: Bolmin  Publ. Co. (BMI)

MISC NOTES:

LOCATION:
RECORDING PERSONNEL:
RECORDING STUDIO: Acme
RECORDING ENGINEER: Fred Rasmussen

FORMAT: disc
SIZE: 7"
SPEED: 45 rpm
DISC NOTES:  INSTR. "Brux" / INSTR.  "Brux".

[HEAR IT HERE...] "Spongy"

[HEAR IT HERE...] "Wild Girl"

A-SIDE MATRIX: B 735  A
A-SIDE STAMPER CODE: ^45638 (ca. December, 1962)
A-SIDE COMPOSER: Afdem -  Afdem - Borg - Coryell - Woods
A-SIDE PUBLISHER: Bolmin Publ. Co. (BMI)

B-SIDE MATRIX: B 735  B
B-SIDE STAMPER CODE: ^45638 - X (ca. December, 1962)
B-SIDE COMPOSER: Afdem - Afdem - Borg - Coryell - Woods
B-SIDE PUBLISHER: Bolmin Publ. Co (BMI)

MISC NOTES:

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FORMAT: disc
SIZE: 7"
SPEED: 45 rpm
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[HEAR IT HERE] "Tennessee...."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkgmO4L-ugg

[HEAR IT HERE] "Tough......."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXE-mhUF6dI

Album Reissues:
1.)1965-01-16. "Tennessee Boy" reissued as Side Two Track #2 on compilation lp Bolo Bash......Volume Number 1 (Seafair-Bolo Records BLP 8002)

Known Label Designs:
1.) A - B retail disc. Orange label background. Knife and BOLO white with black edging. All other numerals and lettering black.

A-SIDE MATRIX:
1.) 740  A (etched wax); None (label)
A-SIDE STAMPER CODE:
1.) ^50645 (November/December, 1963)
A-SIDE COMPOSER: Larry Coryell
A-SIDE PUBLISHER: Bolmin Pub. Co. (BMI)

B-SIDE MATRIX:
1.) 740 B (etched wax); None (label)
B-SIDE STAMPER CODE:
1.) ^50645 - X (November/December, 1963)
B-SIDE COMPOSER: Sample - Henderson - Hooper
B-SIDE PUBLISHER: West Coast Music (ASCAP)

400w-dynamicsMISC NOTES:
This album was often referred to colloquially in the Northwest as "The Dynamics At Parkers."

LOCATION: 17001 Seattle- Everett Highway (today's Aurora Avenue N.)
RECORDING PERSONNEL: Jimmy Hanna (vocals); Larry Coryell (guitar); Harry Wilson (guitar); Jeff Afdem (tenor sax); Terry Afdem (keyboard); Marcus Doubleday (trumpet); Gary Snyder (bass); Ron Woods (drums).
RECORDING STUDIO: Live Remote Recording
RECORDING ENGINEER: Ray Van Patten / C.A. (Chet) Noland
SEE ALSO:
1.) Memory Bank (Seafair - Bolo BSLP 8003)

FORMAT: disc
SIZE: 12"
SPEED: 33 1/3 rpm
DISC NOTES:

A-SIDE MATRIX: BLP 8001 - A
A-SIDE STAMPER CODE: ^6967

B-SIDE MATRIX: BLP 8001 - B
B-SIDE STAMPER CODE: ^6967 - X

Side 1
1. J.A.J. (Dave Lewis)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxirR_6sRU4
2. Busybody (R.L. Johnson)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYgIUpokCbk
3. Where Does Love Go (King and Ruffin)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DunV5SUpu0s

4. Work Song (Adderly)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtyk5KkfBiA
5. Come On (Earl King)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0MQ0o60A00
6. Feel All Right (Curtis Quisley)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZUj3FFtgnE

Side II
1. Lonnie On The Move (Lonnie Mack)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VgFhi6NmGqQ
2. Hey Girl (King & Ruffin)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-9eFBbSPps
3. Candido (Dave Lewis)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-JrJVk2mOQ
4. Don't Cry No More (Malone)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87q3-kyf8So
5. Doin' The Birdland (L. Coryell - J. Hanna)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wik_xJ43-l0
6. Big Cat (Harry Wilson
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KYYFGaIFEc

MISC NOTES:

LOCATION:
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FORMAT: disc
SIZE: 7"
SPEED: 45 rpm
DISC NOTES:

Instr. / Instr.

Known Label Designs:
1.) A - B retail disc. Orange label background. Knife logo and BOLO white with black edging. All other numerals and lettering white.

[HEAR IT HERE] "Knee Poppin"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LzR8E77E64k

[HEAR IT HERE] "Who's Afraid........"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fV52MTuPHog

A-SIDE MATRIX:
1.) "KNEE POPPIN' " (etched wax); None (label)
A-SIDE STAMPER CODE:
1.) ^56458 (March/April, 1965)
A-SIDE COMPOSER: Jimmy Hanna
A-SIDE PUBLISHER: Bolmin Publ. Co. (BMI)

B-SIDE MATRIX:
1.) "VIRGINIA WOOLF" (etched wax); None (label)
B-SIDE STAMPER CODE:
1.) ^56458 (March/April, 1965)
B-SIDE COMPOSER: Kevin Knox - Don Kirkpatrick
B-SIDE PUBLISHER: Avant Garde Music (ASCAP)

MISC NOTES:

These were the final recordings released by The Dynamics. Later releases would be by The Springfield Rifle

2RA.)  ^61458 / ^61458 - X March, 1966 pressing date

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FORMAT: disc
SIZE: 7"
SPEED: 45 rpm
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Known Label Designs:
2PA.) A - B promo disc. White label background. Greenish JERDEN JERDEN JERDEN  slanted above spindle hole. Black numerals and lettering. PROMOTIONAL COPY NOT FOR SALE

2RA.) A - B retail disc. Blue label background. Greenish JERDEN JERDEN JERDEN  slanted above spindle hole on white background. Distributed  by ABC-Paramount Records, Inc. Made in U.S.A arced along bottom of label in white. All other numerals and lettering black..

A-SIDE MATRIX:
2PA.) AMP 45 - JD - 220
2RA.) 45 - JD - 221
A-SIDE STAMPER CODE:
2PA.) JD  220 (etched wax)
2RA.) JD - 220 (etched wax)
A-SIDE COMPOSER: Jeff Afdem
A-SIDE PUBLISHER: Burdette Music Co. (BMI)

B-SIDE MATRIX:
2PA.) AMP 45 - JD - 221
2RA.) 45 - JD - 221
B-SIDE STAMPER CODE:
2PA.) JD  221 (etched wax)
2RA.) JD - 221 (etched wax)
B-SIDE COMPOSER: Jeff Afdem
B-SIDE PUBLISHER: Burdette Music Co. (BMI)

MISC NOTES: An excellent companion disc to the 1964 LP The Dynamics with Jimmy Hanna (Seafair-Bolo BLP 8001). It features well-done renditions of previously unreleased material plus Dynamics recordings  that were originally available only via 45 rpm format.

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FORMAT:  disc
SIZE: 12"
SPEED: 33 1/3 rpm
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MISC NOTES:

Disc One
1. J.A.J. (Dave Lewis)
2. Busybody (R.L. Johnson)
3. Tennessee Boy (Larry Coryell)
4. Tough Talk (Wayne Henderson - Nesbert Hooper)
5. Leaving Here (Holland - Dozier - Holland)
6. Work Song (Nat Adderly - Oscar Brown, Jr.)
7. Save Your Love For Me (Woodrow Buddy Johnson)
8. Candido (Dave Lewis)
9. At The Mardi Gras (Afdem - Afdem - Borg - Halladay - Woods)
10. Genevieve [with the Chanteurs] (Huey Smith)
11. J.A.J. [live] (Dave Lewis)
12. Hey Girl (Goffin - King)
13. Spongy (Afdem - Afdem - Borg - Coryell - Woods)
14. Don't Cry No More (Don D. Robey)
15.Wild Girl (Afdem - Afdem - Afdem - Borg - Coryell - Woods)
16. Since I Fell For You (Woodrow Buddy Johnson)
17. Doin' The Birdland (Larry Coryell - Jimmy Hanna)
18. Moonlight In Vermont (John M. Blackburn)
19. Monkey Time (Curtis Mayfield)
20. Feel All Right (Curtis Ousley)
21. Misty (Erroll Garner)

Disc Two
1.  Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? (Kevin Knox - Ron Kirkpatrick)
2. Jelly Bread (Cropper - Jackson - Jones - Steinberg)
3. Comin' Home Baby (Robert Dorough - Ben Tucker)
4. Where Does Love Go? (Gerry Goffin - Carole King)
5. Suds (James Brown  - Alfred James Ellis)
6. Knee Poppin' (Jimmy Hanna)
7. Someone, Somewhere (Herman Parker, Jr.)
8. Come On [Let The Good Times Roll] (Earl King)
9. Blind Man, Blind Man (Herbie Hancock)
10. I Pity The Fool (Don Robey)
11. Dirty Bird [Doin' The Birdland] (Larry Coryell - Jimmy Hanna)
12. Drivin' Wheel (Roosevelt Sykes)
13. Big Cat (Harry Wilson)
14. Trick Bag (Earl King)
15. Tom's Blues (Afdem - Afdem - Doubleday - Snyder - Woods)
16. Head's Up (Freddie King - Sonny Thompson)
17. If You Love Me Like You Say (Little Johnny Taylor)
18. Old Man River (Oscar Hammerstein, 2nd - Jerome Kern)
19. That's All (Allen Brandt - Bob Haymes)
20. Think (Lowman Pauling)
21. One Minty Julep (Rudolph Toombs)
22. Onion Salad (Jeff Afdem)
23.Lonesome Llama (Jeff Afdem)
24. Busybody  [Live] (R.L. Johnson)
25. Lonnie On The Move (Lonnie Mack)
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FORMAT: compact disc
DISC NOTES:

MISC NOTES: Catalogued on Panorama, but never issued

 

MISC NOTES:
Catalogued on Panorama label  by The Dynamics but never released on Panorama or by The Dynamics..
SEE INSTEAD:

1.) SPRINGFIELD RIFLE  (Jerden 812).

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