Rockin Goose - Johnny And The Hurricanes - Red River Rock And All The Hits (CD)

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  1. Johnny And The Hurricanes - Rockin' Goose Taken from "Red River Rock And All The Hits" Track no. 5 Label: Tring This CD is from my own collection.
  2. Johnny & The Hurricanes: Red River Rock (CD) (Laserlight) 30 tracks. Two more hits, 'Reveille Rock' and `Beatnik Fly', followed on Warwick before the group switched to Big Top in New York where they continued their run with 'Rocking Goose' (which reached No. 1 in England but only No. 60 in America), `Ja-Da' and 'Down Yonder' before flopping.
  3. ‘Johnny &The Hurricanes: the Collection’ (Castle CD-CCSCD ) with Red River Rock, Down Yonder, The Hurricane, High Voltage, Rene, Walking, Rocking Goose, Hot Fudge, Ja-Da, Reveille Rock, Honky Tonk, Rock-Cha, Beatnik Fly, Sheba, Crossfire, She’s Gone, Thunderbolt, Bean Bag, Buckete, Cut Out, Old Smokie, Rockin’t, You Are My Sunshine, Catnip.
  4. EU two CD collection. The late '50s/early '60s were the "Golden Era" for Rock 'n' Roll instrumentals and Johnny & The Hurricanes were at the forefront of the boom, enjoying widespread international popularity with the unmistakable sound on Johnny Paris's rasping sax and Paul Tesluks's searing Hammond organ.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Red River Rock on Discogs.
  6. Johnny And The Hurricanes: Red River Rock JTU AL 10, VR Netherlands: Unknown: Sell This Version: REP WY: Johnny And The Hurricanes: Red River Rock ‎ (CD, Album, RE, RM) Repertoire Records: REP WY: Germany: Sell This Version: W, WST: Johnny And The Hurricanes.
  7. Johnny & The Hurricanes, Category: Artist, Albums: Live at the Star Club, Volume 1, Live at the Star Club, Volume 2, The Big Sound of Johnny And The Hurricanes, Stormsville, Red River Rock, Singles: Sheba, Top Tracks: Red River Rock, Rockin' Goose, Reveille Rock, Crossfire, Beatnik Fly, Biography: One of the most distinctive instrumental groups of the '50s and '60s, Johnny & the Hurricanes.
  8. The Hurricanes responded to their success with more of the same, delivering "Reveille Rock," "Rockin' Goose," "Revival," and "Beatnik Fly" over the next year, touring extensively all the while. Eventually the pace -- and lack of further hit singles -- caught up with the group, and Johnny & the Hurricanes disbanded in

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