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Friday, September 16, 2022

LARRY TAMBLYN FOUNDING MEMBER OF 60S PUNK ROCK GROUP THE STANDELLS TALKS "DIRTY WATER"/ BAND HISTORY/ AND THE FABULOUS 60S/ ON INTERVIEWING THE LEGENDS W/RAY SHASHO

 





ZOOM TV EXCLUSIVE

WITH 

FOUNDER & ORIGINAL MEMBER 

L A R R Y   T A M B L Y N 

KEYBOARDIST/VOCALIST

FOR

60S PUNK/GARAGE BAND 

T H E   S T A N D E L L S

FAMOUS FOR THEIR TIMELESS HIT

"DIRTY WATER"

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 IN ITS ENTIRETY

The original Standells band was formed in 1962 by lead vocalist and keyboard player Larry Tamblyn, guitarist Tony Valentino, bass guitarist Jody Rich, and drummer Benny King. Tamblyn had previously been a solo performer, recording several 45 singles in the late 1950s and early 1960s including "Dearest", "Patty Ann", "This Is The Night", "My Bride To Be" and "Destiny" for Faro and Linda Records. 

The Standells released a string of garage rock singles in the mid to late 1960’s, which are now regarded as proto-punk classics. They’ve inspired such groups as the Sex Pistols and Ramones. Everyone from Bruce Springsteen, Aerosmith and U2 to Minor Threat has covered Standells records.

They are best known for their 1966 hit "Dirty Water", written by their manager, Ed Cobb. (Ed Cobb is also noted for writing "Tainted Love", a Gloria Jones song which became world famous when Soft Cell did a version of it.) "Dirty Water" is now the anthem of several Boston sports teams and is played following every Boston Red Sox and Boston Bruins home win.

The song is also listed in the Rock Hall of Fame as one of the 500 songs that shaped Rock & Roll.

The Standells have continued to actively perform throughout the world and their recent concert performances have been receiving rave reviews.


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THE STANDELLS

Discography

Studio albums

Year   Album          

1966  Dirty Water

Why Pick on Me — Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White

Released: November 1966

1967  The Hot Ones!

Released: January 1967

Try It

Released: October 1967

2013  Bump

Released: August 9, 2013

Live albums

Year   Album

1964  The Standells in Person at P.J.s.

Released: September 1964

1966  "Live" and Out of Sight

Released: June 1966

2000  Ban This!

Released: October 31, 2000

2001  The Live Ones

Released: January 27, 2015

2015  Live on Tour - 1966

Released: January 27, 2015







LARRY TAMBLYN

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ON INTERVIEWING THE LEGENDS 
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