UNHEARD LIVE GRIT FROM THE EARLY SHADOWS OF KNIGHT!
Step back while we loudly ’n proudly chronicle the mighty Shadows’ pre-Dunwich days with a newly discovered reel from 1965! It’s a live set recorded at the legendary Cellar teen club in Arlington Heights IL, showcasing our boys’ obvious influences; Stones, Kinks, Link & more...Aggressive performances, unseen photos & detailed liner notes all aid in unraveling the early-edition history of the Shadows of Knight’s wild, R&B-injected ride!
Until now, little has been written about the Shadows of Knight’s Pre-Dunwich days. For sure, no recordings have surfaced from the period prior to “Gloria” taking hold on the hit parade. But back in Chicago’s north-west suburbs, one year earlier, they were already #1; at least with the clamoring teens that packed The Cellar club in Arlington Heights, Illinois. Norm Gotsch was a founding member of the Shadows of Knight; and along with Warren Rogers, one of the group’s original guitarists. He was responsible for recording the Shadows of Knight live set that makes up this raw ‘n’ alive archival release. Norm, along with Rogers, was also there from the band’s inception. Here he helps unravel the Shadows of Knight’s rarely-documented early history!
Not Fade Away • Money (That’s What I Want) • You Really Got Me • Introducing The Band • Carol • Rawhide • Memphis • Break Time • It’s All Right • Heart Of Stone • All Day And All Of The Night • I’m A King Bee • Louie Louie • (Get Your Kicks On) Route 66
Also available on LP!