Jerry Cole ‎– Hey Little One


A1Hey Little One
A2It's Not The First That Counts
A3I Want Her Back With Me
A4I'm Too Blue To Cry
A5Like My Baby And Me
B1You Don't Love Me
B2You're Not The Same
B4Lonely World
B5Blue Jean Girl

Throughout the '60s and '70s, guitarist/songwriter Jerry Cole worked with some of the most prominent talents in rock & roll, including Them, the Beach Boys, the Byrds, and as a session man in Phil Spector's Wrecking Crew. With his own group the Spacemen, Cole released four albums of space-age surf music in just over two years, beginning with 1963's Outer Limits. As the '60s progressed, Cole worked on sessions for the Byrds' "Mr. Tambourine Man"/"I Knew I'd Want You" single and Them's 1965 self-titled album. He teamed up with Roger McGuinn again in 1972 for McGuinn's debut solo record, and session work with Roger Miller, Chuck Howard, and Susie Allanson sent him in a country-rock direction. Cole's work with the Spacemen was collected in the 1999 Sundazed compilation Power Surf! The Best of Jerry Cole & His Spacemen.

via i tunes