Ryder, Mitch and the Detroit Wheels – Take a Ride [GOLD VINYL] – New LP
1966 debut album.
Cub Koda (Brownsville Station): The debut album of Ryder and the Wheels, fresh from the teenage ballroom circuit in Detroit, where they held court in earlier days as Billy Lee & the Rivieras. One of the defining moments in the history of Motor City music, Take a Ride is the sound of poor White kids claiming the music as theirs, too, while infusing it with the manic energy of the color-blind dreams of anybody who ever wanted to be somebody. Built entirely around their stage act, this album captures a band in full cry at the peak of their powers. This is what they mean when they say the words "high-energy Motor City rock & roll."
|A1||Shake A Tail Feather||2:28|
|A2||Come See About Me||3:00|
|A3||Let Your Lovelight Shine||3:36|
|A4||Just A Little Bit||2:40|
|A6||Jenny Take A Ride||3:25|
|B1||Please, Please, Please||3:34|
|B2||I'll Go Crazy||2:08|
|B3||I Got You||2:33|
|B4||Sticks And Stones||3:07|
|B5||Bring It On Home To Me||3:33|
|B6||Baby Jane (Mo-Mo Jane)||3:59|
- Arranged By, Conductor, Producer –