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The Royal Teens - A Spanish Legend / Driving Guitars mp3 album

The Royal Teens  - A Spanish Legend / Driving Guitars mp3 album Performer: The Royal Teens
Album: A Spanish Legend / Driving Guitars
Released: 1962
Style: Surf
Size MP3: 1404 mb.
Size FLAC: 1484 mb.
Rating: 4.8/5
Votes: 522
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The Royal Teens - A Spanish Legend (1962). Top Songs By The Royal Teens.

The Royal Teens was a New Jersey rock and roll band that formed in 1956, which was composed of Bob Gaudio on piano, Tom Austin on drums, Billy Dalton on guitar, and Billy Crandall on saxophone. The group is best known for its single "Short Shorts," which was a hit in the United States in 1958. The follow-up single, 1959's "Believe Me," hit The group recorded two albums and broke up in 1972.

The Royal Teens were an American rock and roll band that formed in New Jersey in 1956 and consisted of Bob Gaudio on piano, Tom Austin on drums, Billy Dalton on guitar, and Billy Crandall on saxophone. The group is best known for its single "Short Shorts", which was a hit in the United States in 1958. The follow-up single, 1959's "Believe Me", hit They never recorded an album, and broke up in 1965.

The Royal Teens were a New Jersey rock and roll band that formed in 1956, consisting of Bob Gaudio on piano, Tom Austin on drums, Billy Dalton on guitar, and Billy Crandall on saxophone. They are best known for their single "Short Shorts", which was a hit in the United States in 1958. On that musically fateful afternoon, Gaudio and Austin were driving up Washington Avenue in Bergenfield, New Jersey in Tom Austin's red and white 1957 Ford Fairlane 500, trying to figure out what to call the latest song they had written for their Rock and Roll band then known as The Royals. Original royal teens. Bob Gaudio (Piano): The youngest member of The Royal Teens, Bob Gaudio, began playing piano at age eight.

Album: Golden Classics (1958). The Royal Teens were a teenage quartet from New Jersey who fell into the New York City songmaking scene after playing various battle of the bands competitions. A producer named Leo Rogers had them play background for various acts and released their first single, "Short Shorts," on his Power Records label. The song took off, and the group got a distribution deal with ABC Paramount to meet demand. The group went on tour and had two more hits: "Harvey's Got A Girl Friend" ( 1958) and "Believe Me" ( 1959).

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A A Spanish Legend
Written By – R. Edwards
B Driving Guitars
Written By – Royal Teens, The

Notes

Dutch, The Hague based rock 'n roll band.
They only released this 7"

A side: A Spanish Legend is a nice cover of a "Fireballs" song (Leyende Espanola), a composition of George Tomsco.
B side: Driving Guitars, actually the composition "Sunny River" by The Ventures.