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Little Daddie and the Bachelors - Too Much Monkey Business b/w Junior's Jerk

Format: 45
Label: RCA Victor 57-3363
Year: 1965
Origin: Vancouver, British Columbia, 🇨🇦
Genre: rock, funk, soul, rhythm & blues
Value of Original Title: $250.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Singles
Websites:  No
Playlist: Rock Room, Beautiful Black Canadians, 1960's, British Columbia


Side 1

Track Name
Too Much Monkey Business

Side 2

Track Name
Junior's Jerk


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45-Little Daddie and the Bachelors - Junior's Jerk VINYL 02

45 little daddie and the bachelors   too much monkey business vinyl 01

Too Much Monkey Business b/w Junior's Jerk


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Vancouver's Little Daddy And The Bachelors was formed in 1963 and after being voted Best Band at the 1964 Pacific National Exhibition they were able to record their one and only single for RCA.

The group would later change its name to the the less-than-subtle Four Niggers And A Chink due to the diverse nature of the band members' nationalities. However, the name stopped many promoters from booking them and they soon toyed with variations like The Calgary Shades, Four Coloured Fellows And An Oriental Lad but eventually shortened it to Four N's And A C., before folding. They eventually reformed with an altered line-up as Bobby Taylor And The Vancouvers.

Tommy Chong became half of 1970s successful comedy duo Cheech & Chong; Duris Maxwell became a prominent live and session musician with acts like Jerry Doucette; Floyd Sneed joined Three Dog Night.

Tommy "Little Daddy" Melton: vocals
Tommy Chong: guitar
Wes Henderson: bass
Ted Lewis (aka Duris Maxwell): drums
Don Mallory: drums
Bernie Sneed: keyboards
Floyd Sneed: drums


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