LP 1089 / GOOD RATS - Same 1.utgivelse !

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LP 1089 - The Good Rats - 1969 USA - Gruppens første Lp utgivelse, sjelden og dyr ! Men cover mangler noe på innsiden, ser bra ut fra utsiden, derfor selges billig, cover finnes ! Vinyl; EX- m, hairliner - Cover; G- ( skadet/wear ) ( Har en verdi på over 500 kr pr 2009 ) ------------------------- The Good Rats Origin Long Island, New York, United States Genres Rock, blues, hard rock Years active 1969–present Labels Kapp, Warner Bros., Platinum Records, Passport Records, Radar, Mondo Records, Fireball Records, Uncle Rat Music Associated acts DUM , Popzarocca ------------------- The Good Rats are an American rock band from Long Island, New York. Their music mixes elements of rock with blues and pop. They are best-known on their native Long Island, although they had some success nationally and internationally. --------------- History Formed in 1964, the original group consisted of five students from St. John's University, Queens, New York: Ted Haenlein, Frank Stapleton, Eric Crane, Denny Ryan and Peppi Marchello. The group was originally called the U-Men and played most of their gigs in the Rockaways (Peyton Place & McNultys) and Long Island (The Attic, Tiger's Tail etc.) In 1966, Stapleton's brother, John, arranged for the group to play at a club in Queens, New York (The John Doe Room) where a record company executive heard them and eventually signed the band, but suggested a name change was in order. The band continued to play top 40 covers while working on their own original music. During the latter part of the sixties, the composition of the band changed. By 1968, Eric, Frank and Ted (drafted and went to Vietnam, but did rejoin the group from 1970–72) were gone, replaced by Peppi's brother, Mickey, Art Fahey (bass), and Jim Roberge (organ).[citation needed] In 1969, the band released their first album, the self-titled The Good Rats which had cult popularity with New Yorkers local and transplanted when it launched. Two of its more memorable cuts are the intro song: "We Are The Good Rats" where the band members sing the "hello-hello-hello" greeting used by the 3 Stooges; and the landmark "Joey Ferrari", a proto-punk song ("Joey Ferrari, though you're from the poor side, don't give you no right to go wild"). In 1972, the line-up changed, with guitarist Mike Raffinello, bass player Lenny Kotke and drummer Joe Franco joining the Marchello brothers. John "The Cat" Gatto replaced Raffinello shortly thereafter. The Good Rats continued to build a following, playing Long Island's thriving club scene, along with other groups, such as Twisted Sister and Zebra.[citation needed] From 1970-early 1972 the band consisted of Peppi, Mickey,Teddy (guitar) John(bass) and Charlie Zarou (drums)they played weekly The Baldwin Manor, Back Alley Sallys (of which Peppi took on a partnership of the bar)The Rats doing cover tunes, adding originals in, till originals were primarily asked for, during this time songs such as Gino, Hour Glass, Injun Joe, Mean Mother,Yellow Flower , were heavily requested by a fan base that continued to grow rapidly. A rare studio recorded LP , recorded and mastered at Echo Studios, East Meadow, used for shopping the band to record companies had some other great tunes, that were crowd favorites, and until the time of his passing Peppi was asking former members of the lineup for the masters so he could re record long forgotten songs In 1974, the Good Rats released their best-known and most popular album, Tasty. It featured a blend of hard rock and blues, highlighted by Marchello’s raspy vocals. Various songs from this record, including “Injun Joe”, “Papa Poppa”, a rock ode about cults, the autobiographical numbers “Back to My Music” and “The Songwriter”, and the blues title track, received airplay around the country on FM radio. During the following years, the Rats performed at venues such as Madison Square Garden, The Philadelphia Spectrum, The Nassau Coliseum, The Hammersmith Odeon in England, and New York’s Central Park, as well as showcase rooms such as The Bottom Line (Manhattan), My Father’s Place (Roslyn, New York), Whiskey a Go Go (Los Angeles) and The Paradise Room (Boston). They headlined or opened for bands such as Rush, Journey, Kiss, Meat Loaf, Aerosmith, Ozzy Osbourne, The Grateful Dead, Bruce Springsteen, The Allman Brothers Band, and Styx.[citation needed] Between 1976 and 1980, The Good Rats released a series of albums, including Ratcity in Blue, From Rats to Riches, Birth Comes to Us All, and Live At Last, all of which were well received by the band’s fan base, and received some airplay on FM radio, without actually putting the band over the top. In 1981, Gatto and Kotke left the band, and were replaced by future Kiss guitarist Bruce Kulick and bass player Schuyler Deale, (who later played with Billy Joel and Michael Bolton), for the album Great American Music. The band did shows through 1983 and then broke up. Throughout the 1980s, Peppi Marchello continued to write and produce recordings with his son Gene. They toured locally for a while under the name "Popzarocca" until the song "First Love" became a minor hit for the band (now renamed "Marchello"), with the music video receiving minor airplay on MTV's Headbanger's Ball. This band featured Gene on guitar and lead vocals and also included drummer John Miceli (Meatloaf, Rainbow, "We Will Rock You"). The band recorded two albums (only one which was released). In the mid-1990s, Marchello and sons Gene Marchello and Stefan Marchello began playing out locally under “The Good Rats” name. They released three new studio CDs with this lineup, Tasty Seconds (1996), Let's Have Another Beer (2000), and Play Dum (2002). Marchello also released a live recording of a 1979 appearance on a Rochester radio show, Rats, The Way You Like ’Em. In 1998, Marchello wrote "A Tale of Two Balls," the introduction to the book Conflicts of Disinterest (Aardwolf Publishing) by Clifford Meth.[1] In the 2000s, the band continued to p

LP 1050 / GOOD RATS - From Rats To Riches

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LP 1050 - Good Rats - 1978 DE press Vinyl; EX+ - Cov; EX- ( wear ) -------------------- Origin Long Island, New York, United States Genres Rock, blues, hard rock Years active 1969–present Labels Kapp, Warner Bros., Platinum Records, Passport Records, Radar, Mondo Records, Fireball Records, Uncle Rat Music ------------------- Discography The Good Rats (1969) Tasty (1974) Ratcity in Blue (1976) From Rats to Riches (1978) Rats The Way You Like It - Live (1979 - only promo copies) Birth Comes to Us All (1979) Live at Last (1980) Great American Music (1981) Tasty Seconds (1996) Lets Have Another Beer (2000) Play Dum (2002) Rats, The Way You Like 'Em (2007) Blue Collar Rats: The Lost Archives (2012) Afterlife (2014) ------------------ The Good Rats are an American rock band from Long Island, New York. Their music mixes elements of rock with blues and pop. They are best-known on their native Long Island, although they had some success nationally and internationally. Contents 1 History 2 Discography 3 References 4 External links History Formed in 1964, the original group consisted of five students from St. John's University, Queens, New York: Ted Haenlein, Frank Stapleton, Eric Crane, Denny Ryan and Peppi Marchello. The group was originally called the U-Men and played most of their gigs in the Rockaways (Peyton Place & McNultys) and Long Island (The Attic, Tiger's Tail etc.) In 1966, Stapleton's brother, John, arranged for the group to play at a club in Queens, New York (The John Doe Room) where a record company executive heard them and eventually signed the band, but suggested a name change was in order. The band continued to play top 40 covers while working on their own original music. During the latter part of the sixties, the composition of the band changed. By 1968, Eric, Frank and Ted (drafted and went to Vietnam, but did rejoin the group from 1970–72) were gone, replaced by Peppi's brother, Mickey, Art Fahey (bass), and Jim Roberge (organ).[citation needed] In 1969, the band released their first album, the self-titled The Good Rats which had cult popularity with New Yorkers local and transplanted when it launched. Two of its more memorable cuts are the intro song: "We Are The Good Rats" where the band members sing the "hello-hello-hello" greeting used by the 3 Stooges; and the landmark "Joey Ferrari", a proto-punk song ("Joey Ferrari, though you're from the poor side, don't give you no right to go wild"). In 1972, the line-up changed, with guitarist Mike Raffinello, bass player Lenny Kotke and drummer Joe Franco joining the Marchello brothers. John "The Cat" Gatto replaced Raffinello shortly thereafter. The Good Rats continued to build a following, playing Long Island's thriving club scene, along with other groups, such as Twisted Sister and Zebra.[citation needed] From 1970-early 1972 the band consisted of Peppi, Mickey,Teddy (guitar) John(bass) and Charlie Zarou (drums)they played weekly The Baldwin Manor, Back Alley Sallys (of which Peppi took on a partnership of the bar)The Rats doing cover tunes, adding originals in, till originals were primarily asked for, during this time songs such as Gino, Hour Glass, Injun Joe, Mean Mother,Yellow Flower , were heavily requested by a fan base that continued to grow rapidly. A rare studio recorded LP , recorded and mastered at Echo Studios, East Meadow, used for shopping the band to record companies had some other great tunes, that were crowd favorites, and until the time of his passing Peppi was asking former members of the lineup for the masters so he could re record long forgotten songs In 1974, the Good Rats released their best-known and most popular album, Tasty. It featured a blend of hard rock and blues, highlighted by Marchello’s raspy vocals. Various songs from this record, including “Injun Joe”, “Papa Poppa”, a rock ode about cults, the autobiographical numbers “Back to My Music” and “The Songwriter”, and the blues title track, received airplay around the country on FM radio. During the following years, the Rats performed at venues such as Madison Square Garden, The Philadelphia Spectrum, The Nassau Coliseum, The Hammersmith Odeon in England, and New York’s Central Park, as well as showcase rooms such as The Bottom Line (Manhattan), My Father’s Place (Roslyn, New York), Whiskey a Go Go (Los Angeles) and The Paradise Room (Boston). They headlined or opened for bands such as Rush, Journey, Kiss, Meat Loaf, Aerosmith, Ozzy Osbourne, The Grateful Dead, Bruce Springsteen, The Allman Brothers Band, and Styx.[citation needed] Between 1976 and 1980, The Good Rats released a series of albums, including Ratcity in Blue, From Rats to Riches, Birth Comes to Us All, and Live At Last, all of which were well received by the band’s fan base, and received some airplay on FM radio, without actually putting the band over the top. In 1981, Gatto and Kotke left the band, and were replaced by future Kiss guitarist Bruce Kulick and bass player Schuyler Deale, (who later played with Billy Joel and Michael Bolton), for the album Great American Music. The band did shows through 1983 and then broke up. Throughout the 1980s, Peppi Marchello continued to write and produce recordings with his son Gene. They toured locally for a while under the name "Popzarocca" until the song "First Love" became a minor hit for the band (now renamed "Marchello"), with the music video receiving minor airplay on MTV's Headbanger's Ball. This band featured Gene on guitar and lead vocals and also included drummer John Miceli (Meatloaf, Rainbow, "We Will Rock You"). The band recorded two albums (only one which was released). In the mid-1990s, Marchello and sons Gene Marchello and Stefan Marchello began playing out locally under “The Good Rats” name. They released three new studio CDs with this lineup, Tasty Seconds (1996), Let's Have Another Beer (2000), and Play Dum

LP 1051 / GOOD RATS - Live At Last - DBL LP

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LP 1051 - Good Rats 1979 USA / 1st press Usa - DBL LP Vinyl; 2x NM- - Cover; EX+ m,cutout FOC ----------------------- Origin Long Island, New York, United States Genres Rock, blues, hard rock Years active 1969–present Labels Kapp, Warner Bros., Platinum Records, Passport Records, Radar, Mondo Records, Fireball Records, Uncle Rat Music ------------------- Discography The Good Rats (1969) Tasty (1974) Ratcity in Blue (1976) From Rats to Riches (1978) Rats The Way You Like It - Live (1979 - only promo copies) Birth Comes to Us All (1979) Live at Last (1980) Great American Music (1981) Tasty Seconds (1996) Lets Have Another Beer (2000) Play Dum (2002) Rats, The Way You Like 'Em (2007) Blue Collar Rats: The Lost Archives (2012) Afterlife (2014) ------------------ The Good Rats are an American rock band from Long Island, New York. Their music mixes elements of rock with blues and pop. They are best-known on their native Long Island, although they had some success nationally and internationally. Contents 1 History 2 Discography 3 References 4 External links History Formed in 1964, the original group consisted of five students from St. John's University, Queens, New York: Ted Haenlein, Frank Stapleton, Eric Crane, Denny Ryan and Peppi Marchello. The group was originally called the U-Men and played most of their gigs in the Rockaways (Peyton Place & McNultys) and Long Island (The Attic, Tiger's Tail etc.) In 1966, Stapleton's brother, John, arranged for the group to play at a club in Queens, New York (The John Doe Room) where a record company executive heard them and eventually signed the band, but suggested a name change was in order. The band continued to play top 40 covers while working on their own original music. During the latter part of the sixties, the composition of the band changed. By 1968, Eric, Frank and Ted (drafted and went to Vietnam, but did rejoin the group from 1970–72) were gone, replaced by Peppi's brother, Mickey, Art Fahey (bass), and Jim Roberge (organ).[citation needed] In 1969, the band released their first album, the self-titled The Good Rats which had cult popularity with New Yorkers local and transplanted when it launched. Two of its more memorable cuts are the intro song: "We Are The Good Rats" where the band members sing the "hello-hello-hello" greeting used by the 3 Stooges; and the landmark "Joey Ferrari", a proto-punk song ("Joey Ferrari, though you're from the poor side, don't give you no right to go wild"). In 1972, the line-up changed, with guitarist Mike Raffinello, bass player Lenny Kotke and drummer Joe Franco joining the Marchello brothers. John "The Cat" Gatto replaced Raffinello shortly thereafter. The Good Rats continued to build a following, playing Long Island's thriving club scene, along with other groups, such as Twisted Sister and Zebra.[citation needed] From 1970-early 1972 the band consisted of Peppi, Mickey,Teddy (guitar) John(bass) and Charlie Zarou (drums)they played weekly The Baldwin Manor, Back Alley Sallys (of which Peppi took on a partnership of the bar)The Rats doing cover tunes, adding originals in, till originals were primarily asked for, during this time songs such as Gino, Hour Glass, Injun Joe, Mean Mother,Yellow Flower , were heavily requested by a fan base that continued to grow rapidly. A rare studio recorded LP , recorded and mastered at Echo Studios, East Meadow, used for shopping the band to record companies had some other great tunes, that were crowd favorites, and until the time of his passing Peppi was asking former members of the lineup for the masters so he could re record long forgotten songs In 1974, the Good Rats released their best-known and most popular album, Tasty. It featured a blend of hard rock and blues, highlighted by Marchello’s raspy vocals. Various songs from this record, including “Injun Joe”, “Papa Poppa”, a rock ode about cults, the autobiographical numbers “Back to My Music” and “The Songwriter”, and the blues title track, received airplay around the country on FM radio. During the following years, the Rats performed at venues such as Madison Square Garden, The Philadelphia Spectrum, The Nassau Coliseum, The Hammersmith Odeon in England, and New York’s Central Park, as well as showcase rooms such as The Bottom Line (Manhattan), My Father’s Place (Roslyn, New York), Whiskey a Go Go (Los Angeles) and The Paradise Room (Boston). They headlined or opened for bands such as Rush, Journey, Kiss, Meat Loaf, Aerosmith, Ozzy Osbourne, The Grateful Dead, Bruce Springsteen, The Allman Brothers Band, and Styx.[citation needed] Between 1976 and 1980, The Good Rats released a series of albums, including Ratcity in Blue, From Rats to Riches, Birth Comes to Us All, and Live At Last, all of which were well received by the band’s fan base, and received some airplay on FM radio, without actually putting the band over the top. In 1981, Gatto and Kotke left the band, and were replaced by future Kiss guitarist Bruce Kulick and bass player Schuyler Deale, (who later played with Billy Joel and Michael Bolton), for the album Great American Music. The band did shows through 1983 and then broke up. Throughout the 1980s, Peppi Marchello continued to write and produce recordings with his son Gene. They toured locally for a while under the name "Popzarocca" until the song "First Love" became a minor hit for the band (now renamed "Marchello"), with the music video receiving minor airplay on MTV's Headbanger's Ball. This band featured Gene on guitar and lead vocals and also included drummer John Miceli (Meatloaf, Rainbow, "We Will Rock You"). The band recorded two albums (only one which was released). In the mid-1990s, Marchello and sons Gene Marchello and Stefan Marchello began playing out locally under “The Good Rats” name. They released three new studio CDs with this lineup, Tasty Seconds (1996), Let's Have Another Beer (2000), and Play Dum