1. Nov 11,  · CD+G decode of Shake Some Action by Flamin' Groovies from the album Groovies' Greatest Grooves.
  2. Jan 25,  · Flamin' Groovies: Teenage Head on CD Compression is one thing, but the Buddhas also have a really weird, boxed-in quality that I assume results from liberal use of noise reduction, or just plain weird EQ choices. I'm happy with the Big Beat CD for Teenage Head, and the Unidisc CD for Flamingo (discussed in the link above).
  3. Flamin' Groovies* Shake Some Action ‎ (CD, Album, RE) AIM (2) AIM /CD: US: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release New Submission. Add to Collection Add to Wantlist Remove from Wantlist. Marketplace /5(2).
  4. They have "Flamin' Groovies - At Full Speed - The Complete SIre Recordings", on which there are two versions. Shake Some Action - Remastered Album Version Shake Some Action - Demo version The shorter version is my preference, slightly slower tempo, lots of power chords.
  5. Jan 17,  · On the recently released Flamin' Groovies at full speed the complete sire recordings UK Rhino 2 CD compilation it is the final track and is described as Shake Some Action (Demo Version) with a reference to the 12" and a running time of is quoted.
  6. THE FLAMIN' GROOVIES-"Jumpin' In The Night" LP from was the third and final of the Sire Records-era releases (which included the legendary '76 "Shake Some Action" LP, the '78 "Now" LP, and '79's "Jumpin' In The Night" LP)/5(8).
  7. Flamin' Groovies first recorded "Shake Some Action" in , but the song was not released until their album of the same name, which was produced by Dave Edmunds, who made sure to speed up the tempo of the track and push the vocals. According to Cyril Jordan, the descending phrase he played on lead guitar was overdubbed about six times.
  8. The songs on this cd are the first 14 songs listed on CD 1 under the two cd set Shake Some Action Live With The Flamin Groovies on the Dressed To Kill label listed and reviewed elswhere on Amazon. This song list was evidently made to promote a tour of Australia and totally different than the original song list and date of recording/5(40).

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