Gotta Lotta That

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"Gotta Lotta That"
Single by Gene Summers & His Rebels
A-side Nervous
B-side Gotta Lotta That
Released 1958
Format Vinyl record, 45rpm
Recorded 1958 - Hollywood, CA
Genre Rockabilly, Top 40
Length 2:05
Label Jan/Jane Records (Jay Gee Record Corp.)
Jubilee Records
Apex Records (Canada)
Writer(s) Bernice Bedwell

"Gotta Lotta That" is a song written by Bernice Bedwell in 1958 and published by Song Productions, BMI. It was first recorded by Gene Summers and His Rebels in 1958 and issued by Jan/Jane Records. The "Gotta Lotta That" recording session took place at the Liberty Records Studios in Hollywood, California and featured Rene Hall and James McClung on guitar, Plas Johnson on saxophone, Earl Palmer on drums, and George "Red" Callendar on bass. The flipside of "Gotta Lotta That" was "Nervous".

Reviews[edit]

BILLBOARD MAGAZINE - June 1958 Reviews of New Pop Records
GENE SUMMERS
Gotta Lotta That....80
JAN 102 - A swinging, blues effort that really moves and rocks. Good sound and solid performance by Summers with fine guitar support. (Song Productions, BMI)

"Gotta Lotta That" cover versions[edit]

  • Johnny Devlin - New Zealand
  • Andy Lee & Tennessee Rain - Germany
  • Rudy Lacrioux & The All-Stars - UK

References[edit]

Gene Summers discography from Rocky Productions, France
Gene Summers discography from Wangdangdula Finland
Gene Summers session data from Tapio's Fin-A-Billy, Finland

Sources[edit]

  • Billboard Magazine- June 1958 Reviews of New Pop Records USA
  • Liner notes "The Ultimate School Of Rock & Roll" 1997 USA
  • Johnny Devlin, "How Would Ya Be" LP, Prestige Records PLP 1201 New Zealand, 1958
  • Andy Lee & Tennessee Rain, "I Don't Wanna Be Lonely Tonight" CD, Grunwald Records Germany, 2004
  • Rudy LaCrioux & The All-Stars, "Let's Have A Ball" CD, Spendrift Records CD 107 UK 2001
  • "Cover Versions Of The Songs Made Famous By Gene Summers" 2007 USA
  • Article and sessionography in issue 15 (1977) of New Kommotion Magazine UK
  • Article and sessionography in issue 23 (1980) of New Kommotion Magazine UK
  • Feature article and sessionography in issue 74 (1999) of Rockin' Fifties Magazine Germany
  • Feature article with photo spread in issue 53 (2000) of Bill Griggs' Rockin' 50s Magazine USA
  • Feature Article with photo spread in issue 54 (2000) of Bill Griggs' Rockin' 50s Magazine USA

See also[edit]