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The Wackers ‎– Wackering Heights (1971/2006)

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1. Travelin' Time (B. Segarini,  R. Bishop, R. Coolidge) - 2:55
2. Body Go Round (Bob Segarini) - 3:00
3. Don't Be Cruel (D. Blackwell, E. Presley) - 2:58
4. Country Queen (Bob Segarini, R. Bishop) - 3:17
5. Strangers (Bob Segarini, R. Bishop) - 3:22  
6. Don't Put Down The Singer (R. Bishop) - 3:16
7. I Don't Want My Love Refused (Bob Segarini, M. Stull) - 2:49
8. White House (M. Stull) - 3:40
9. I Like (Bob Segarini, R. Bishop, B. Bishop) - 2:08
10.On The Way Up (Bob Segarini, R. Bishop) - 2:29
11.Such A Good Thing (Bob Segarini, R. Bishop, M. Stull) - 3:15
12.No Place For The Children (Bob Segarini, R. Bishop, M. Stull) - 3:21

*Bob Segarini - Guitar, Vocals
*Randy Bishop - Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
*Spencer Earnshaw – Drums
*Michael Stull - Guitar, Piano, Vocals
*William "Kootch" Trochim - Vocals, Bass, Slide Guitar

 

A charming, sunny debut disc from a group that somehow managed to blend the Byrds and the Monkees into a pop sound that was as intelligent as it was catchy. Alas, things went downhill after this disc. After only two more albums, the Wackers ceased to be. ---Steven McDonald, AllMusic Review

 

When the Wackers were recording their 1971 debut album Wackering Heights (also reissued on CD by Collectors' Choice Music), producer Gary Usher "told us that if it did well, meaning critically or sold a bunch of records or whatever, we could go someplace exotic to cut the next one," remembers singer-guitarist-songwriter Bob Segarini. "Exotic turned out to be Montreal. I thought, we're going to Canada? The record must have not done that good." But the Wackers would end up liking Montreal so much they would move there for several years.

Wackering Heights had introduced a band that stood out as an anomaly on the early-'70s album-oriented rock scene with their affection for pop-folk-rock melodies and multi-part vocal harmonies, all owing much to the spirit that had driven the 1960s British Invasion. ---richieunterberger.com

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