Da Yoopers - Camp Fever album download
Complete your Da Yoopers collection. Camp Fever (Cass, Album).
Da Yoopers was founded in 1975 by drummer Jim DeCaire and guitarist Rodney "Joe" Potila, along with keyboardist Lynn Anderson and bass guitarist Jim Pennell. The band took their name from the word "yooper", a common term for people of the ". The band toured throughout Michigan's Upper Peninsula for several years, before recording their first album, Yoopanese, in 1986 on their personal label, You Guys Records. By the release of Camp Fever, the band's third album, Pennell left and was replaced with Joe DeLongchamp. In addition, Lynn Anderson married Jerry Coffey, who joined as a vocalist and percussionist. It also included the first song of the band's career not to be written by Potila or DeCaire, as DeLongchamp wrote the title track.
Da Yoopers – Camp Fever. Label: You Guys Records – LA-82359. Format: Cassette, Album. Country: US. Released: 1988. Da Yooper Troupe: Lynn Anderson, Joe DeLongchamp, Jerry Coffey, Glenn Adams, Jim Boyer, Jerry LaJoie, Art Davis, Bruno Sarvello, and Jessie DeCaire. Special Thanks: Black Horse Band. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
While Camp Fever contains such clever tunes as "Bingo Fever" and "Deer Hunter's Widow," what makes the album fairly enjoyable is the dialogue that Da Yoopers threw in between songs, especially on the first side. One track, entitled "Talk Time," is based on a segment from their Culture Shock release in which bizarre men and women call in to a radio talk-show to make their own announcements. Although the album starts to wear thin toward the end and is still not a total joyride, Camp Fever is better than any of its predecessors.
Adrenaline Time: "We Need da Money", the first track on We're Still Rockin', speeds up faster and faster with each line. Album Title Drop: Culture Shock is title-dropped on "Yooper Talk", and Yoopy Do Wah comes from a breakdown at the end of "Transplant Song". The Alleged Car: The subject of "Rusty Chevrolet"
Da Yoopers was founded in 1975 by drummer Jim DeCaire and guitarist Rodney "Joe" Potila, along with keyboardist Lynn Anderson and bass guitarist Jim Pennell. an abbreviation for the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and "Da" came from the Yooper dialect pronunciation of "the". The band toured throughout Michigan's Upper Peninsula for several years, before recording their first album, Yoopanese, in 1986 on their personal label, You Guys Records
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Da Yoopers- Bingo Fever. Track 08 For Diehards Only. Great Getaways: International 500 Snowmobile Race. from Great Getaways "Winter In The Soo" - Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan [Online Travel Planner -. Interview with "Strider" - North Country Trail Thru-hiker. This video is an interview of North Country Trail thru-hiker, "Strider".
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Rock music Pop music Folk, World, & Country music. Released at: This album was released on the label You Guys Records (catalog number YGR 05663). This album was released in 1988 year.
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