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The Glory Stompers

The Glory Stompers

July 1, 1967
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  • Original Release Date: July 1, 1967
  • Release Date: July 1, 1967
  • Label: Sidewalk Records
  • Copyright: Sidewalk Records, Inc.
  • Total Length: 22:52
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  • ASIN: B00BCJ982O
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #431,261 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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In 1968 the film Wild In The Streets starred Christopher Jones who portrayed a singer named Max Frost. When, later that year, a soundtrack LP emerged as Tower SKAO 5099, one of the tracks performed by a studio band identified as The 13th Power was the protest song Shape Of Things To Come (composed by Barry Mann - Cynthia Weil). The album was produced for Mike Curb's Tower Records, and since the film's character referred to his entourage as his "troops," it was Curb who suggested the name Max Frost & The Troopers for the studio musicians who then cut two of the 10 tracks for the soundtrack of the subsequent 1968 film The Glory Stompers starring Dennis Hopper - There Is A Party Going On and You Might Want Me Baby. That’s the product you see covered here and available as a CD-R “on demand.”

Indeed, with the exception of the late - and renowned - DJ Casey Kasem who narrates Black Souls at track 8, all the musicians worked as session artists for Curb, with the most commercially successful as an entity being Davie Allan & The Arrows. With Allan and his Fender lead guitar there was keyboardist Jared Hendler, bassist Drew Bennett and drummer Larry Brown who together turned out 4 nationally-charting Billboard Pop Hot 100 singles for Tower Records from 1965 to 1967 - Apache ‘65 (# 64 in Feb-March 1965); Theme From The Wild Angels (# 99 Nov 1966); Blue’s Theme (# 37 April-June 1967); and Devil’s Angels (# 97 July 1967). Some, if not all - and with Paul Wibier handling the lead vocal - also cut the protest song The Shape Of Things To Come as Max Frost & The Troopers, and in Sept-Oct 1968 it became a # 22 for Tower Records.

The music, like the films Wild In The Streets and The Glory Stompers, has since developed a “cult” following although, truth be told, it’s an acquired taste with an uneasy mix of straight Rock with elements of the then-developing "psychedelic rock" which would be in vogue to the end of the decade and into the early 1970s.
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