New England's biggest fifties teen hit parade fare was the Tune Weavers' hokey call to swoon Happy Happy Birthday Baby, but y'all know the charts don't mean squat here at Norton and after mucho diggin' around, we've uncovered over seventy frantic rockers (nearly half unissued!) from the US of A's seemingly staid upper right hand corner! Loads of pix, stories and above all, sonic rackets from celebrated maniacs like Gene "Gangwar" Maltais and Mel "Rattle Shakin' Mama" McGonnigle to unknown hipsters like Frankie Rose & the Imperials and Bunky & the Rocktones! Same cuts on LP & CD! THE WILDEST SCOOT THRU NEW ENGLAND SINCE PAUL REVERE'S RIDE!!
Bob Vidone and the Rhythm Rockers Untrue / All By Myself* / Going My Way / You Went Away* / The Train Kept A-Rollin'* / Weird / Frankie And Johnnie, Bob Manning and the Wildcats Hound Dog / The Big Break*, Don Duncan Somethin' Special, Myles Connor and the Wild Ones I Donít Need You Anymore, Johnny Bell Flip Flop And Fly, Angels Buck Shot, Nicky Brazell and the Satellites Betty Jo, Royal Knights Long Long Ponytail, Johnny Bell The Third Degree, Tom Dorsam Baby Of Mine, Rhythm Rockers Madness