Copy Cats (album)

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Copy Cats
Studio album by Johnny Thunders and Patti Palladin
Released 1988
Genre Alternative rock, garage rock
Label Jungle Records
Producer Patti Palladin
Johnny Thunders and Patti Palladin chronology
Que Sera Sera
(1985)
Copy Cats
(1988)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Copy Cats is a 1988 album by Johnny Thunders and Patti Palladin. It is a set of rock and roll oldies, originally recorded from 1954 to 1969.

Track listing[edit]

Side one[edit]

  1. "Can't Seem to Make You Mine" (Sky Saxon)
  2. "Baby It's You" (Mack David, Barney Williams, Burt Bacharach)
  3. "She Wants To Mambo" (Maxwell Davis, Gene Ford)
  4. "Treat Her Right" (Roy Head)
  5. "Uptown To Harlem" (Betty Mabry)
  6. "Crawfish" (Fred Wise, Ben Weisman)

Side two[edit]

  1. "Alligator Wine" (Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller)
  2. "Two Time Loser" (Alden Bunn, Anna Sandford)
  3. "Love Is Strange" (Ethel Cookie Smith, Mac Houston Baker)
  4. "I Was Born To Cry" (Dion DiMucci)
  5. "He Cried" (Greg Richards, Ted Daryll)
  6. "Let Me Entertain You (Parts 1 and 2)" (Jule Styne, Stephen Sondheim)

Personnel[edit]

  • Johnny Thunders - guitar, vocals
  • Patti Palladin - vocals
  • John Perry - guitar, synth strings
  • Robert A. Gordon - guitar
  • Jimi Haynes - guitar
  • Henri Padovani - guitar
  • Billy Rath - bass
  • Jerry Nolan - drums
  • Steve Washington - drums
  • Keith Hancock - wood scraper
  • Chris Taylor - bass, drums
  • Barry Andrews - organ, piano
  • Pedro Ortiz - tambourines, maracas, percussion
  • Jim Dvorak - trumpet
  • Nick Evans - tambourine
  • John "Irish" Earle - saxophones
  • Alex Balanescu - violins
  • Maribel La Manchega - castanets
  • Chrissie Hynde - backing vocals
  • Jayne County - backing vocals
  • Blair Booth - backing vocals
  • Simon Humphries - backing vocals
  • Paul Long - backing vocals
  • Judd Lander - harmonica
  • Anthony Thistlethwaite - harmonica

References[edit]

  1. ^ Deming, Mark. "Copy Cats". Allmusic. Retrieved April 18, 2014.