The Bobby Fuller Four – I Fought The Law [1966]

The Bobby Fuller Four – I Fought The Law [1966] Band: American The Band: Bobby Fuller, Randy Fuller, James Reese and Dalton Powell Producer: Bob Keane position on the Billboard: # 4 Position 60’s Hotel: Gaston Robert Fuller, born in Baytown, Texas. During his youth, now better known as Bobby, and his brother Randy came to tour with Yucca Records. – Like the one that was illustrated in the movie Wonders, touring with several artists that are on the charts – Still in Texas Bobby built a primitive studio for Improve your skills as a music producer. In 1964 Bobby moved to Los Angeles with his The Bobby Fuller Four, and then they were discovered by a producer, And signed a contract with Mustang Records. Bob Kane was the name of this producer, is it, you do not know ??? I’ll tell you who it is – Mr. Bob was responsible for discovering Ritchie Valens, is himself, hit with La bamba and other lightning hits. Bob Keane also discovered and produced, in addition to Bobby Fuller Four, several bands of surf music. The recordings of Bobby Fuller Four reveal the influence of Eddie Cochran, The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Little Richard. Her first Top 40 hit was “Let Her Dance”, written by Bobby Fuller. His second hit, “I Fought a Law,” hit # 4 on Billboard. It was written by Sonny Curtis, a former member of the Buddy Holly and the Crickets group. “I Fought a Law,” would also make success later in the Punk Rock scene with The Clash, with an overwhelming version. Much to match the Bobby Fuller Four American garage band that was. The disc posted is his first album, because unfortunately Bobby Fuller died in 1966 in Los Angeles, California, by suffocation when vacuuming gasoline. Police considered the death an apparent suicide, though many still believe Bobby was murdered. He was found inside his car, with several body wounds covered with gasoline, raising the suspicion that the probable perpetrators had to flee before he could set the vehicle on fire. Ritche Valens style – Success followed by death. By asphyxiation when vacuuming gasoline. Police considered the death an apparent suicide, though many still believe Bobby was murdered. He was found inside his car, with several body wounds covered with gasoline, raising the suspicion that the probable perpetrators had to flee before they could set the vehicle on fire. Ritche Valens style – Success followed by death. By asphyxiation when vacuuming gasoline. Police considered the death an apparent suicide, though many still believe Bobby was murdered. He was found inside his car, with several body wounds covered with gasoline, raising the suspicion that the probable perpetrators had to flee before they could set the vehicle on fire. Ritche Valens style – Success followed by death.

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