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Four of The Routers' albums on two discs

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Four of The Routers' albums on two discs

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Title
Four of The Routers' albums on two discs
Performer
The Routers
Publisher
BGO, 2018
2 cd's
Playing time
01:58:30
EAN
5017261213211
CDR
HKX7927
Placing suggestion
65 - Amusement: Instrumentaal (NBLC) P8 - Instrumentaal (Flemish music schema)

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About The Routers

The Routers were an American instrumental group in the early 1960s.

Career

Formed in 1961 by Michael Z. Gordon, the Routers' recordings sometimes used session musicians in addition to the actual group with the exception of Gordon who also formed another successful group, the Marketts. Gordon composed another award-winning composition, "Out Of Limits" with the Marketts. Gordon played on almost all of the Routers and Marketts sessions. The original line-up of the group was Al Kait, lead guitar; Lynn Frasier, tenor saxophone; Michael Zane Gordon, rhythm guitar, vocals; Scott Walker (then recording as Scott Engel), bass guitar; Randy Viers, drums.

The Routers first release in September 1962 was the guitar-driven instrumental "Let's Go (Pony)", which reached #19 on the Billboard chart. Its infectious "clap clap clap-clap-clap clap-clap-clap-clap Let's Go!" chant became a favorite of cheerleaders and crowds worldwide. …Read more on Wikipedia