Kenny and the Kasuals were an American garage rock band formed in Dallas, Texas in 1964. The band played at various venues, including the Studio Club, with a repertoire that consisted of material taken from the British Invasion and R&B standards. Over time the band began experimenting with early elements of psychedelic music and are often cited as one of the first groups to play in such a style. Kenny and the Kasuals released several singles including their best-known song, "Journey to Tyme".
Kenny & the Kasuals. Biography by Richie Unterberger. This Dallas group - too accomplished to be called a garage band in the usual sense of the term - was pretty popular in their hometown in the mid-'60s, but never made any noise on the national level.
Kenny And The Kasuals – Are Back. Label: Mark Records Ltd. – MREP-400. Producer – Kenny Daniel, Mark Lee (11). Matrix, Runout: A-side: A ch 7P V 45855-1 OU78. Matrix, Runout: B-side: A ch 7P V 45855-2 RE-2 02267.
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Kenny and the Kasuals were an American garage rock band formed in Dallas, Texas in 1964. A live album, Impact, was also recorded in 1966.
Kenny and the Kasuals are an American, Dallas-area garage rock band originally founded in 1962, whose records are considered "among the most collectable LPs of the '60s". The band was formed at Bryan Adams High School in Dallas, Texas, by Kenny Daniel, and was managed by Mark Lee, who later opened Dallas' punk club, The Hot Klub. In 1967, their self-released single Journey To Tyme garnered some national radio airplay, including the Number One spot in both Buffalo, New York, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and the Top Ten on Dallas station KLIF
Kenny is the eighth studio album by Kenny Rogers, released in 1979. It includes the singles "Coward of the County" and "You Decorated My Life. Goodbye Marie" was first recorded by Johnny Rodriguez on his March 1979 album, Rodriguez Was Here, and then later recorded by Bobby Goldsboro, charting as a single for him in 1981.
|A1||I Love To Go Flying
Written-By – K. Daniel*
Written-By – K. Daniel*
|B1||(C'mon) Shake It
Written-By – J. Smith*, K. Daniel*
|B2||"Live At Casa Chaos" (A Medley)
Arranged By – K. Daniel*Written By – Nelson/Lipscomb/DeeWritten-By – Lipscomb*
|MREP-400||Kenny And The Kasuals*||Are Back (7", Cle)||Mark Records Ltd.||MREP-400||US||1979|