By the time of this 1965 recording, The Beatles were of course well established, and at least one song, "A Lonely Man," strongly suggests "She's A Woman," so maybe they had circled all the way around to intentionally imitating the Beatles. Still, there are some pretty deranged moments here that should clue anyone in that we are most def not dealing with those mop-tops from Liverpool: a version of Doris Day's wistful ballad "Que Sera Sera" performed like a live mashup with "La Bamba," a highly energetic Bing Crosby (?!) cover, "Swinging On A Star", and a version of "Rockin' Pneumonia" that they pronounce "Rockin' Pumonia." But amidst all the unintentional laffs, there's still plenty of genuinely high-energy good rockin' tonight.
Die Rattles - "Hurra Die Rattles Kommen!"
|A1||Come On And Sing|
|A2||It's My Fault [raunchy Bo Diddley-ish garage stomper]|
|A3||A Lonely Man|
|A4||No, No [what are they singing about?!]|
|A5||She Is The One|
|A6||I'm Coming Home|
|B3||Swinging' On A Star|
|B4||Dr. Casey [an ode to fictional TV doctor Ben Casey]|
|B5||If You Don't Come Back|
Thanks to His Countship!