Dressed in costumes that suited the name of this popular American rock band, Paul Revere & The Raiders recorded 17 albums between 1965 and the mid 1980's with several changes in the groups members over those years. This album was their fourth, released in 1966 by Columbia Records and numbered CL-2451.
The group began as The Downbeats and were extremely popular in their native area of Idaho and Oregon. Introduction on the back of the cover written by Dick Clark, tells how he gave them their first real start on his daily television show, "Where the Action Is." He writes that he was overwhelmed by their showmanship the first time he had called them in for an audition and added that "It's nice to be associated with honest excitement like this." Songs on the album include: Steppin' Out, Doggone, Out Of Sight, Baby Please Don't Go, I Know, Night Train, Just Like Me, Catch The Wind, I Can't Get No Satisfaction, I'm Cryin', New Orleans, and Action.
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