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album Chuck Miller - Vim Vam Vamoose / Cool It Baby! mp3 download

Genre: Rock / Pop
Performer: Chuck Miller
Album: Vim Vam Vamoose / Cool It Baby!
Country: US
Released: 1956
Style: Rock & Roll
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11. Cool It Baby! 12. Vim Vam Vamoose.

16. I Can't Give You Anything But Love. His last recording session came in 1959 at Imperial Records where he had one album released. Part of the problem was, by 1955, the year of his biggest hit The House Of Blue Lights, a cover of a hit in 1946 for both the Freddie Slack Orchestra and The Andrews Sisters, he was 31 years old and with R&R beginning to take shape and its main proponents like Elvis, Little Richard, Fats Domino and Chuck Berry all being. under 30, it was tough for "older" artists like Chuck, Smiley Lewis, and others deemed too long in the tooth to foster a devoted following.

His other recordings included "Vim Vam Vamoose", "Cool It Baby!", "Down the Road A-Piece", and a version of the Everly Brothers' "Bye Bye Love" After being dropped by Mercury, he recorded one unsuccessful album for Imperial Records, Now Hear This! Songs Of The Fighting 40s, before gradually fading into obscurity. He and his trio had a residency in Boise, Idaho for a while, before Douglass left and Miller moved to Anchorage, Alaska, did a stint playing piano in The Sage Room at Harvey's Lake Tahoe, and later to Maui where he played at The Whale's Tale for many years. He died there in 2000 at the age of 7. .

Bright Red Convertible.

His other recordings included "Vim Vam Vamoose", "Cool It Baby!", "Down the Road A-Piece", and a version of the Everly Brothers' "Bye Bye Love". He also recorded an album for Mercury, Songs After Hours, which contained a mixture of swing era covers and more upbeat rock and roll numbers. After being dropped by Mercury, he recorded one unsuccessful album for Imperial Records, Now Hear This! Songs Of The Fighting 40s, before gradually fading into obscurity.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Vim Vam Vamoose
Written-By – Bob Wilson
B Cool It Baby!
Written-By – Coates*, Newman*

Companies, etc.

  • Made By – Metronome Records AB

Credits

  • Conductor – David Carroll

Notes

From The 20th Century Fox Production "Teenage Rebel"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): YW 45-13978
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): YW 45-13979
  • Rights Society: NCB

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
70942X45 Chuck Miller Vim Vam Vamoose / Cool It Baby! ‎(7", Single) Mercury 70942X45 US 1956
70942X45 Chuck Miller Vim Vam Vamoose / Cool It Baby! ‎(7", Single, Mar) Mercury 70942X45 US 1956
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