Out of Control (The Crossfires album)

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Out of Control
Crossfires.jpg
Studio album by The Crossfires
Released 1963
Genre Surf
Length 37:04
Producer Bob Irwin, Howard Kaplan, Mark Volman
The Turtles chronology
Out of Control
(1963)
It Ain't Me Babe
(1965)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

Out of Control is an album of material by The Crossfires, later known as the Turtles.

The album would be re-released in 1981 by Rhino Records.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Silver Bullet" (stereo) (Al Nichol, Howard Kaplan, Mark Volman, Don Murray) - 2:17 [instrumental]
  2. "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" (Kaplan, Nichol) - 2:27 [instrumental]
  3. "Chunky" (Nichol) - 2:11 [instrumental]
  4. "That'll Be the Day" (stereo) (Jerry Allison, Buddy Holly, Norman Petty) - 2:27
  5. "Out of Control" (Nichol) - 2:13 [instrumental]
  6. "Fiberglass Jungle" (Kaplan, Nichol) - 2:09 [instrumental]
  7. "One Potato Two Potato" (Kaplan, Nichol, Jim Tucker) - 2:32
  8. "Stay Around" (Kaplan, Nichol) 2:31
  9. "Pull Top" (Nichol) - 2:19 [instrumental]
  10. "Justine" (Harris, Terry) - 2:23
  11. "Follow The Rock" (Tortillani) - 2:19
  12. "Inferno" (Nichol) - 2:21 [instrumental - live]
  13. "Livin' Doll" (Kaplan, Nichol) - 2:29
  14. "Santa and The Sidewalk Surfer" (Volman, Kaplan, Nichol) - 1:57
  15. "Silver Bullet" (previously unreleased, alternate version, stereo) (Nichol, Kaplan, Volman, Murray) - 2:27 [instrumental]
  16. "Revelaire" (stereo) (Nichol) - 2:12 [instrumental]

Personnel[edit]

  • Al Nichol - lead guitar
  • Howard Kaplan - tenor sax, lead vocals
  • Mark Volman - alto sax, lead vocals
  • Don Murray - drums
  • Chuck Portz - bass guitar
  • Dale Walton - rhythm guitar
  • Jim Tucker - rhythm guitar ("One Potato Two Potato", "Stay Around", "Livin' Doll")
  • Tom Stanton - rhythm guitar ("That'll Be The Day", "Revelaire", "Silver Bullet")
  • Terry Hand - drums ("Livin' Doll", "Stay Around")

When the band changed their name from The Crossfires to The Turtles, lead singer Howard Kaplan changed his last name to Kaylan.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Unterberger, Richie. "The Crossfires: Out of Control" at AllMusic. Retrieved 22 September 2011.