Jo Jo Gunne ‎– Jumpin' The Gunne -1973- Classic Rock (vinyl)


Jo Jo Gunne ‎– Jumpin' The Gunne -1973- Classic Rock (vinyl)

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Jo Jo Gunne is a rock band, formed in Los AngelesCalifornia, in 1971 by Jay Ferguson (keyboardsvocals and guitar) and Mark Andes (bass guitar and vocals) after they had left Spirit. The group's name is derived from "Joe Joe Gun", a Chuck Berry song that peaked at #83 as a single in November 1958.

Jay Ferguson (born May 10, 1947) and Mark Andes (born 19 February 1948) started the band with the addition of Mark's brother Matt Andes (born Feb 6, 1949, California) (guitar, vocals) and William "Curly" Smith (born 31 January 1952, Wolf PointMontana) (drums, vocals and harp), they were signed to Asylum Records.

Jo Jo Gunne had a Top 10 hit in the UK Singles Chart with the song, "Run Run Run", taken from their first albumJo Jo Gunne (1972), which peaked at 27 in U.S. charts, and received airplay on U.S. album-oriented rock FM radio stations.[1]

The group did not maintain the commercial momentum of their first release. With Jumpin' the Gunne's allegedly tasteless album cover being blamed for drastically falling sales, they broke up in 1975.

Label:Asylum Records ‎– SD 5071
Format:Vinyl, LP, Album
Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ 9 slight wear
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10)
Side 1 - 10
side 2 - 10
BIN # *100


A1 I Wanna Love You 3:49
A2 To The Island 3:49
A3 Red Meat 3:28
A4 Getaway 3:32
A5 Before You Get Your Breakfast 4:12
B1 At The Spa 2:54
B2 Monkey Music 3:25
B3 Couldn't Love You Better 3:01
B4 High School Drool 3:35
B5 Neon City 2:39
B6 Turn The Boy Loose 4:29

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