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Tracklist


1Masatlan Rally
2Strange Man
3Chihiuaha
4The Jester
5The Thing
6High Voltage
7Tamale Wagon
8Yang Bu
9Honkey Tonk
10No Name Dragster
11Raunchy
12The Breeze And I
13Suspense Run
14Hollywood Sound
15The Cossack

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DFS 7037Jim Messina & His Jesters The Dragsters ‎(LP, Album)Audio FidelityDFS 7037US1964
No NumberJim Messina & His Jesters The Dragsters ‎(CDr)Tam-Tam MediaNo NumberUS2007
DFM 3037Jim Messina & His Jesters The Dragsters ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Audio FidelityDFM 3037US1964

Credits


  • BassJim Sholstedt
  • DrumsLarry Cundieff
  • Lead GuitarJim Messina
  • Rhythm GuitarBill Beckman, Ron House
  • SaxophoneDave Archuleta

Notes


Originally issued in 1964 as Audio Fidelity - DFS 7037 LP.

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Jim Messina & His Jesters - The Dragsters MP3 FLAC
Performer: Jim Messina & His Jesters
Genre: Rock
Title: The Dragsters
Country: Spain
Released: 2002
Style: Surf
MP3 album: 2341 mb
FLAC album: 1797 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 093
Source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
№ Cat: WLP 005
Label: Wah Wah Records

Malogamand
Wow! Heres a forgotten piece of instro surf a go go! It is definetely one of the best instro surf LP ever, and Wah Wah is reissuing it on its original heavy cardboard sleeve and remastered sound. The band includes Jim Messina on lead guitar, Glenn Frey, Bill Beckman, and Ron House on dual rhythm guitars, Jim Sholstedt on bass, Dave Archuleta on sax, and Larry Cundieff on drums. Messina would go on to enjoy a successful career both as a producer and musician. His work involved producing albums for music legends such as the Doors, Lee Michaels, Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass — and, in the mid-'60s, Buffalo Springfield. Messina produced Buffalo Springfield's second album, Buffalo Springfield Again, and joined the group as its bass player. He would later form Poco and record some albums with Kenny Loggins as Loggins and Messina, but probably he never recorded such a piece of excitement as "The Dragsters!", a true instro surf classic on its own originally issued in 1964. Highly recommended!