This is an interesting one for sure! Billed as The Unbelievable Chuck Gregg, this 45 was released with the work of famed Cinci artist Sonny Flaharty. I believe it hit the record store shelves sometime in the mid ’60s. Label states an attempt to bring back the ’50s sound. A good effort. I haven’t found much info on Chuck, but can tell you…the flip side is a bit of a warbler that only a mother could love (file it in the bad = cool genre).
The Unbelievable Chuck Greg-Insane
From Dayton, circa 1959 comes a moovin’ instrumental. What little info I could dig up on this great 2-sider is that the BMC label was owned by Les Bodine and this looks to be the 2nd of four releases by the label. More info needed…but until then, a listen is mandatory!
Conrad and the Van-Dells- Rambling
Not a lot of info on this country listing from Bobby Boyle and the Revenuers. It emerged outta Akron in 1965. Additional info appreciated.
Bobby Boyle- I Couldn’t Care Any Less (any more)