The Legendary Night Shadows
"Volume 2: The Little Phil Era 1964-1967" Track List
Notations in parenthesis refer to Author and Publishing Company

1.
So Much 2:20
(Jackson, Rosenburg & Janoulis, Starfox Publishing, BMI)
Band Personnel: Night Shadows #4
[3:10]
2.
Plenty of Trouble
Studio Demo Version - June 1964
(Jackson, Rosenburg & Janoulis, Starfox Publishing, BMI)
Band Personnel: Night Shadows #4
[2:03]
3.
The Way It Used To Be
(A. Janoulis, Starfox Publishing, BMI )
Band Personnel: Night Shadows #4
[2:00]
4.
The Hot Rod Song
(A. Janoulis, J. Callaway, Starfox Publishing, BMI)
Band Personnel: Night Shadows #4
[3:11]
5.
I Did My Part
(N. Neville, EMI Unart Catalog Inc.)
Band Personnel: Night Shadows #4
[3:20]
6.
In The Air
(A. Janoulis, Starfox Publishing, BMI )
Band Personnel: Night Shadows #4 & #5
[2:42]
7.
Perils of Pauline
(A. Janoulis, Starfox Publishing, BMI )
Band Personnel: Night Shadows #5
[2:24]
8.
Dancing to a Different Beat
(Jan Cox, Twin Jay Music)
Band Personnel: Little Phil L-Vocal, Jan Cox, Piano;
P. Andrews, Drums; Aleck Janoulis, Bass, Guitar & Vocal
[2:08]
9.
The Hot Dog Man
(A. Janoulis, Starfox Publishing, BMI )
Band Personnel: Night Shadows #5
[3:20]
10.
Gloria
(V. Morrison, Six Continents Music Publishing Bernice Music Inc.)
Band Personnel: Night Shadows #5
[3:12]
11.
I Wish I Could Sing Soul Music
(A. Janoulis, Starfox Publishing, BMI )
Band Personnel: Night Shadows #5
[2:27]
12.
Wild Thing*
(Chip Taylor, EMI Blackwood Music Inc.)
Band Personnel: Night Shadows #5
[2:27]
13. (13) Louie Louie**
(Richard Berry, Windswept Pacific Ent. dba Longitude Music Company)
Band Personnel: Night Shadows #5
[2:32]
14. 60 Second Swinger
(A. Janoulis, Starfox Publishing, BMI )
Band Personnel: Night Shadows #5
[2:23]

*(Wild Thing) The first documented social and political comments expressed by the Night Shadows were made to a crowd using the power of parody during a live show that was recorded. Holding up the famous "Uncle Sam Wants You" (for military service) poster, Little Phil laments, "My Uncle used to love me, but she (America) died." Then pointing to another photo-poster of butchered dogs and cats hanging for sale in a Vietnamese food market Phil adds "That thing ain't no good until it's lickin' good fried." The implication was that Uncle Sam was risking the lives of American soldiers to protect a country that eats American household pets as a delicacy.

**(Louie Louie) Performance of this tune was forbidden by the manager of the teen club in which the Night Shadows were appearing. To protest the censorship of this American pop classic, Little Phil broke into a rebellious parody of it much to the delight of the audience. Although the group was never booked by the venue again, many of its customers became loyal fans of the band until their breakup in June 1969.

Copyright 1997 Hottrax Records. All rights reserved.
Revised: March 07, 1998.