Drummin' Up A Storm CD
CD issue of the 1962 album from Sandy Nelson originally released by Imperial Records.
Sandy Nelson was one of the few, and undoubtedly the biggest star drummers of the late 1950s and early 1960s.
He took full advantage of the popularity of instrumental rock, releasing a succession of hit albums.
He was very prolific, with some eight albums appearing over the course of just eighteen months when he was at the height of his career.
Utilising the top session musicians of the day, ably supported by producer and songwriter Ritchie Podolor, Drummin' Up A Storm kept that run going and represents Sandy at the peak of his career.