The Esquires - Flashin' Red / What A Burn! mp3 flac download

The Esquires - Flashin' Red / What A Burn! mp3 flac


  • Performer: The Esquires
  • Title: Flashin' Red / What A Burn!
  • Category: Rock
  • Label: Durco Records ‎– DR-1001
    Type: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single
    Country: US
    Date of released: 1963
    Category: Rock
    Style: Surf
  • Available formats: AUD APE VOX MPC MOD FLAC DTS
  • ZIP size (MP3): 1674 mb
  • ZIP size (FLAC): 1558 mb
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The Esquires  - Flashin' Red / What A Burn!

Tracklist

A Flashin' Red
B What A Burn!

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Pal Recording Studio

Credits

  • Executive-Producer – Dave Aerni, Paul Buff

Notes

It was issued in a screen printed sleeve (as pictured!)

Only 500 copies made!

From the "Paul Buff presents the PAL and Original Sound studio archives, vol.9" liner notes by Greg Russo:
"The Durby Wheeler-led Esquires were just teenagers when they laid down "Flashing Red"/ "What A Burn" at Pal in 1963. They issued the record themselves on their Durco label. "Flashing Red" is here, while the B-side will turn up later."

From the "Paul Buff presents the PAL and Original Sound studio archives, vol.12" liner notes by Greg Russo:
"We're still riding a wave here, so let's hit the next five surf tracks. Frank Zappa was behind the board when The Tornadoes recorded (James) Norman Sanders' "The Inebriated Surfer," the B-side of their single "Moon Dawg." This single mix is different than the later album mix. The Truants' "Sunset Surf" is a very sedate piece, with Edward Rea's guitar going into Duane Eddy territory. If you listen closely, you can hear where Rea changes guitar effects during the song! The Rotations' "The Cruncher" was the B-side of "Heavies" and another respected surf work. Of course, The Rotations was another name that Paul Buff and Dave Aerni used when they were not recording as The Bongo Teens, so we have a stereo mix of "Baja Bongos" that was not originally released. Our last surf track in this run is The Esquires' "What A Burn," done at the same session as their A-side "Flashing Red.""
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