44. THE SIN SAY SHUNS - All My Lonely Waiting


























THE SIN SAY SHUNS - 'All My Lonely Waiting'/'Rain Drops, Tear Drops' (Venett Records V-108) 1966

According to the liners on the back of their album 'I'll Be There - Live! at P.J's in Hollywood', The Sin Say Shuns formed in late 1965 and quickly made waves as the resident band at P.J's holding down a record six month stand.

The energetic and overlooked garage beat of 'All My Lonely Waiting' was their second 45 on Venett Records, a small label from Hollywood. This is a fantastic tune with it's driving rhythm and some pretty wild stick action from Bobby Cottle. This is the work of a very tight and efficient outfit.

The flip 'Rain Drops, Tear Drops' is a slow ballad.

























line-up:
Bill Eidson (guitar/vocals)
Bobby Cottle (drums)
Tony Visco (organ)
Paul Idelicato (bass)

THE SIN SAY SHUNS - All My Lonely Waiting

Comments

  1. Love this concept: a countdown on a music blog, mining obscure '60s sounds from the most fertile region of the U.S., and all discs presented in excellent Expo67 fidelity with label scans and well-informed writeups. Awesome!

    I will visit daily.

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  2. Thanks Transoniq....who knows how it will end? I don't have a clue...

    EXPO67

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  3. Well, if "S.O.S." is number fifty (!!), it sure can't end badly.

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  4. Clark Lunde was in this lineup, sometimes as the lead singer. That is him at the left in your photo.
    Besides being the resident band at P.J.'s in Hollywood for a record six months, they also performed at Pacific Ocean Park (P.O.P.), a popular amusement park located in Venice, CA and at several U.S.O. shows in Viet Nam among other places.

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  5. Thanks for the information Brian

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