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    Johnny and The Hurricanes
    Extended Play CD

    Tenor saxophonist Johnny Paris formed Johnny & The Hurricanes, and they became one of the most vibrant of the instrumental Rock 'n' Roll acts of the era.
    Their unique sound was characterised by the Hammond organ of Paul Tesluk and the rasping sax of Johnny Paris.
    The line up of the band went through a series of changes from 1957 to 1963.
    Their first hit single Crossfire was recorded as The Orbits in February 1959.
    By the time it was released on the newly formed Warwick label, The Orbits had become Johnny and The Hurricanes and ‘Crossfire’ hit the American charts for a fourteen week run peaking at No.23.


    • 1Crossfire
    • 2Lazy
    • 3Red River Rock
    • 4Buckeye
    • 5Reveille Rock
    • 6Time Bomb
    • 7Rock-Cha
    • 8Joy Ride
    • 9Storm Warning
    • 10Beatnik Fly
    • 11Sand Storm
    • 12Cut Out
    • 13Bam Boo
    • 14Thunderbolt
    • 15Hot Fudge
    • 16Corn Bread
    • 17Down Yonder
    • 18Cyclone
    • 19Rockin’ T
    • 20Rocking Goose
    • 21Revival
    • 22Molly-O
    • 23Farewell Farewell
    • 24Ja-Da
    • 25Mr Lonely
    • 26High Voltage
    • 27You Are My Sunshine
    • 28Traffic Jam
    • 29San Antonio Rose
    • 30Minnesota Fats

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