Original Northwest release of later Columbia (#4-42814) disc.
Guitar solo (on 45s) is different than the "Louie Louie" on PR & R's first Columbia lp.
LOCATION: Portland, OR.
RECORDING PERSONNEL: Paul Revere (organ / bass); Mark Lindsay (vocals / sax); Steve West (guitar); Mike "Smitty" Smth (drums).
RECORDING STUDIO: Northwestern, Inc.
RECORDING ENGINEER: Bob Lindahl
SPEED: 45 rpm
"Meanwhile (Roger) Hart set about forming his own label, Sande Records, and arranged to have Gardena Records quickly press and ship a thousand singles." STOMP and SHOUT R & B and the Origins of Northwest Rock and Roll. 2023. Peter Blech University of Washington Press, Seattle pg. 191
Known Label Designs
1.) A - B retail label. Orange background. Black logo, numerals and lettering.
2.) A - B retail label. Red background. Black logo, numerals and lettering.*
1978. "Night Train" reissued as side one, track #2 on The History of Northwest Rock Volume II compilation LP (The Great Northwest Music Co. GNW 4008)
1.) SPR 101-A
A-SIDE STAMPER CODE:
A-SIDE COMPOSER: R. Berry
A-SIDE PUBLISHER: Limax (BMI)
1.) SPR 101-B
B-SIDE STAMPER CODE:
B-SIDE COMPOSER: Forest, Washington, Simpkins
B-SIDE PUBLISHER: Frederick Music (BMI)