Ol' '55" is a song by American musician Tom Waits. It is the opening track and lead single from Waits' debut studio album, Closing Time, released in March 1973 on Asylum Records. Written by Waits and produced by Jerry Yester, "Ol' '55" was a minor hit. It has been described as more conventional than Waits' later songs.
Redirected from OL' 55 (band)). Ol' 55 was an Australian band specialising in retro, 1950s-era Rock 'n' Roll. They formed as Fanis in 1972 in Sutherland, Sydney. Drummer Geoff Plummer was working with Glenn A. Baker at the NSW Department of Media and invited Baker to hear his part-time band, including Patrick "Meatballs" Drummond, Rockpile Jones and Jimmy Manzie
Ol 55 Origin Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Genres Rock Roll Years active 1972–1981 Associated acts Frankie J Holden and the F. The next single "Time to Rock 'n' Roll", released in October failed to chart and the third album Crusin' for a Brusin' from December was not successful either-despite containing some quality original pop songs. Ruby" returned Ol '55 to the national Top 40 in February 1979 followed by "Living for Your Smile" in April which did not chart. A split in the band had developed, Manzie wanted to steer them into a more power pop oriented direction while Drummond and Jones wanted to continue with the retro Rock & Roll vein.
Ruby Album Cover Art. Ol '55. Tracklist. 2. Nobody Should Be Kissing My Baby.
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