Pebbles Volume 2
The opening number, "Makin' Deals" by the Satans, is a mid-tempo rocker featuring a vocalist who snarled "Can you guess my name?!?" two years before Mick Jagger pranced through "Sympathy for the Devil." "99th Floor," an organ-driven stomper recorded in 1967, features ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons. TODD KRISTAL
Pebbles, Volume 2 is a compilation album in the Pebbles series that has been issued in both LP and CD formats. This album includes a song by The Moving Sidewalks; Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top was a member of this band. The first track, by the Satans has the same theme and even some of the same lyrics e.g., "Can you guess my name?" as the Stones' "Sympathy for the Devil" that was released several years later. Three of the core members of The Choir would later form the Raspberries, with Eric Carmen as the lead vocalist; a second song by this band is included as a bonus track on the CD. Bobby Fuller would later have a national hit as the Bobby Fuller Four, with "I Fought the Law (but the Law Won)". "Feathered Fish" was written by Arthur Lee, and the band The Sons of Adam included Michael Stuart, who went on to join Lee in Love. An earlier line-up also included Randy Holden, later of Blue Cheer. As on Pebbles, Volume 1, Pebbles, Volume 2 includes a curiosity featuring a well-known band: in this case, a genuine radio commercial with the Electric Prunes supplying a demonstration.
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