The Wild and Frantic Little Richard
|The Wild and Frantic Little Richard|
|Studio album by Little Richard|
|Recorded||December 1965 - Spring 1966|
|Genre||Rock and Roll|
|Little Richard chronology|
The Wild and Frantic Little Richard was the second and last Little Richard album released on the Modern Records label. A mixture of studio and live (undubbed - see previous album) tracks, curiously it also contains VeeJay material. It is worth noting that some tracks were released as different versions on 45.
- "Baby What You Want Me to Do" (live)
- "Do the Jerk" [aka "Get Down With It"] (live?)
- "Directly From My Heart"
- "I'm Back"
- "Holy Mackerel"
- "Good Golly Miss Molly" (live)
- "Send Me Some Lovin'" (live)
- "Groovy Little Suzie" [extended version of the Vee-Jay track]
- "Baby Don't You Want a Man Like Me"
- "Miss Ann" (live)
Additional personnel listed in Modern archives as Stax Session Musicians, except for "Baby What Do You Want Me To Do", which is listed as Little Richard's backing band, The Upsetters. Little Richard has said that Jimi Hendrix played on some sessions/songs.
|1967||Billboard Pop Albums||Did not chart|
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