Same recordings as the 1966 album Wild Christmas Dragonet Recordfs DG-4, with all new cover art and title.
Way Out West is a rock and roll album recorded and released in 1966 by film star Mae West. The LP consisted mainly of covers of popular songs of the day. Teen rock band Somebody's Chyldren provided instrumental accompaniment. The album was a surprise success, peaking at on Billboard's Hot 200 LP chart although there were no original hit singles from the collection
Everything about Mae West was sexy and this compilation assembled by Rev-Ola is a case in point. Where else would you find a movie sex symbol who would try everything from "I'm In the Mood for Love," to Latin cha cha "Pecado," to country "They Call Me Sister Honky Tonk Girl" - done as a cabaret song - and the burning R&B of "My Daddy Rocks Me?" Then dig her reading of "Frankie and Johnny," and the set closer "Criswell Predicts
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Great Balls of Fire is a rock and roll album recorded by film star Mae West and released by MGM Records in 1972. It was the third rock album release by the star and her final full-length recording. Originally recorded in 1968, the LP was released four years later, a few months before West turned 79. The record consisted of covers of rock classics and new songs. It was produced by Ian Whitcomb and featured background vocals by The Mike Curb Congregation. Great Balls of Fire was not a commercial success and did not chart
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Merry Christmas, Baby
Santa, Come Up To See Me
Put The loot in The Boot, Santa
Santa Claus Is Back In Town
My New Year's Resolutions
Santa, Bring My Baby Back To Me
With Love From Me To You
Composed By – Lennon-McCartney
Backing Band (Uncerdited)
Same recordings as the 1966 album Wild Christmas Dragonet Recordfs DG-4,
with all new cover art and title.
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