Ronnie Harkai FLAC album
Drummer Ronnie Harkai departed shortly after the recording of "Time Won't Let Me" to join the Air Force, and Jim .
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With Ronnie Harkai having departed prior to sessions for the first album, former Starfire Jimmy Fox (who had left the earlier band to go to college) was brought in by King to be the drummer for the remaining tracks of Time Won't Let Me. Following these sessions, Fox decided to return to the music world and founded a band in 1966 called the James Gang that would enjoy considerable success over the coming decade. Ronnie Harkai returned to record cuts on the second album Album No. 2, along with Ricky Baker.
This album included the first recording of "Bend Me, Shape Me", more than a year before the song became a . hit for the American Breed and a . In February 1967 – one month after this album was released – "Kind of a Drag" became a Number One hit for the Buckinghams. Al Austin, lead guitar. Ronnie Harkai, drums. Chet Kelley, songwriter.
Ronnie Harkai returned to record cuts on the second album Album No. A short-lived but memorable cover of the Isley Brothers' "Respectable" from Album No. 2 reached No. 15 in early September 1966. The Outsiders had performed "Respectable" during their earlier years as the Starfires. A single by outside songwriters, "Help Me Girl" (from The Outsiders In), had to compete with a version released in the same time period by the Animals
The Outsiders "Time Won& Let Me" Remixed. Tom King and The Starfires - Honest Injun. The Outsiders - Time Won& Let Me. The Outsiders - "Time Won& Let Me" (1966).
Ronnie Harkai - drums on "Time Won't Let Me" and "Was it Really Real". Additional session musicians. The Plimsouls included this song in their live sets Eddie and the Hot Rods released a version of the song on their 1980 album, Fish 'n' Chips. The Smithereens covered "Time Won't Let Me" on the soundtrack for the 1994 film Timecop. Iggy Pop covered the song on his 1981 album Party. The Pietasters released a version of the song on their 1997 album Willis.
Drummer Ronnie Harkai departed shortly after the recording of "Time Won't Let Me" to join the Air Force, and Jim Fox returned briefly to fill in, playing on most of the remaining cuts recorded for the Time Won't Let Me album. Following the recording of the album, Bennie Benson became the group's drummer, later to be replaced by Ricky Baker. The Outsiders promoted their hit single with almost a year of nationwide touring, as "Time Won't Let Me" stayed on the national charts for 15 weeks. Ronnie Harkai - drums on "Time Won't Let Me" and "Was it Really Real". Al Austin - lead guitar on "Time Won't Let Me" and "Was it Really Real".