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The Shakin' Pyramids is a compilation album from the Scottish Neo-Rockabilly group The Shakin' Pyramids, released shortly after the group's disbandment in 1983 by Rock 'n Roll Records, a Scotti Brothers Records subsidiary. The album features ten tracks: five from their 1981 debut album, Skin 'Em Up, and five from their second and final album, Celts and Cobras, released in 1982. Although normally billed as a trio, live and session bassist Dave Rivett joins the band on the album cover.
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The Shakin Pyramids originally formed in the late 1970s as buskers, the band then spent time in France writing material and developing their sound while using their busking skills to pay their way. Upon returning to Scotland, The Shakin Pyramids signed a deal with Cuba Libre. 6. Celts and Cobras – Celts and Cobras is the second and final studio album from the Scottish Neo-Rockabilly group The Shakin Pyramids, released in 1982 by Cuba Libre, a subsidiary of Virgin Records. Just a Memory and Pharaohs Chant were released as singles from the album and it was not as warmly received as the groups debut album, Skin Em Up, and they disbanded shortly after its release.
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The Shakin' Pyramids is a compilation album from the Scottish Neo-Rockabilly group The Shakin' Pyramids, released shortly after the group's disbandment in 1983 by Rock 'n Roll Records, a Scotti Brothers Records subsidiary. The album features ten tracks: five from their 1981 debut album, Skin 'Em Up, and five from their second and final album, Celts and Cobras, released in 1982
The Shakin' Pyramids were a rockabilly outfit formed in Glasgow, Scotland, in the late 1970s. The band consisted of Davie Duncan (vocals, harmonica, percussion) James G. Creighton (acoustic & electric guitar, vocals) and "Railroad" Ken McLellan (acoustic guitar, vocals). History The Shakin' Pyramids originally formed in the late 70's as buskers and quickly gained a reputation for their spontaneous and dynamic live performances on the streets of Glasgow.
|A1||Take A Trip||2:21|
|A2||Tennessee Rock 'N' Roll||2:26|
|A4||Alright Alnight (One More Spo-Dee-O-Dee)||3:17|
|A5||Cry Cry Kitten||2:38|
|B2||Quit And Split||2:30|
|B4||Pretty Neat Come On||2:55|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
- Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
- Manufactured By – CBS Records Canada Ltd.
- Distributed By – CBS Records Canada Ltd.
- Recorded At – Cava Studios
- Recorded At – Basing Street Studios
- Engineered At – The Workhouse Studios
- Engineered At – AM-PRO Studios
- Engineered At – Eden Studios
- Engineered At – Rockfield Studios
- Art Direction – Lane Donald*
- Bass – Dave Rivett
- Design – Cindi Z. Stark
- Engineer – Nigel Mills, Paul Cobbold, Rick Walton*, Rob Keyloch, Rod Houison
- Photography By – Peter Ashworth
- Producer – Ali Mackenzie (tracks: A1-A5, B5), Roger Bechirian (tracks: B1-B4)
- Vocals, Drums – Davie Duncan
- Vocals, Guitar – Ken McLellan*, James G. Creighton
Rock'n'Roll Records on edge.
Epic on label with small Rock'n'Roll logo
(P) © 1983 CBS Inc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7464-38958-1
|BFZ 38958||The Shakin' Pyramids||Shakin' Pyramids (LP, Album)||Rock'n'Roll Records||BFZ 38958||US||1983|
|BF 38958||The Shakin' Pyramids||Shakin' Pyramids (LP, Album)||Epic||BF 38958||Canada||1983|