The Fireballs, Jimmy Gilmer, Jimmy Gilmer & the Fireballs. The Best of the Rest of the Fireballs' Vocals.
The detail-crammed title alone signifies that this is a disc for the hardcore collector of artists (the Fireballs and Jimmy Gilmer) who do not exactly have huge fan bases or receive glowing retrospective appreciations even in collector's magazines. As a functional fill-in-the-gaps collection that assembles 30 songs (all vocals, none instrumental) that never appeared on LP and have never before appeared on CD, it certainly does have its use to that small audience who wants a complete Gilmer/Fireballs library.
Featured on The Best Of The Rest Of The Fireballs' Vocals. More by The Fireballs. All Time Instrumental Greats.
Album · 1994 · 30 Songs. Hungry, Hungry, Hungry. The Fireballs & Jimmy Gilmer.
Another rare track on this album is Gilmer's recording of I'm Gonna Go Walkin', which was written by country artist Johnny Duncan. The original 45 was released on the very obscure Hamilton label, a subsidiary of Dot Records. While under contract to Dot Records, Norman Petty was able to release a lot of the Gilmer-Fireballs material under different names, trying to increase the boys' chances for a hit record. This concept worked well for Buddy Holly.
Three Dog Night, are therefore lost, and it has been necessary to create digital versions from the stereo album masters, often second- or third-generation tapes. This is why the sound quality of Mamas and Papas' reissues does not match the best from the 1960s
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Yummie Yama Papa
Written-By – B. Tomsco*, G. Tomsco*, J. Hughes*
|B||Baby, Tell Me What's Wrong
Written-By – B. Tomsco*, G. Tomsco*
NotesMade in Sweden
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped runout side A): SWES 1090 B
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped runout side B): SWES 1090 A
- Rights Society: NCB
|1.579||The Fireballs||Yummie Yama Papa (7")||CBS||1.579||Netherlands||1965|
|45-16692||The Fireballs||Baby, What's Wrong? / Yummie Yama Papa (7", Single)||Dot Records||45-16692||US||1964|
|SS 417||The Fireballs||Yummie Yama Papa (7", Single)||Stateside||SS 417||UK||1965|