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Main » 2008 » May » 30 » Rio Grande - 1971 - Rio Grande
Rio Grande - 1971 - Rio Grande

Rio Grande - 1971 - Rio Grande
(rca victor sf8208)

Side 1
1 Idle Idabelle
2 Me And My Wife
3 End Of The Battle
4 Sue Ann
5 So Good To Be Free

Side 2
1 Wish I Could See You Again
2 What Do You Do When Love Flies Out Your Window
3 Before My Time
4 Nice And Easy
5 Dog Song

Ronny Weiss (vocal, guitar, lyrics)
David Stanley (bass, guitar, vocals)
Tom Russell (guitar, bass)
Bobby Tuttle (pedal steel)
Ken Murray (percussion)

Related acts :
- Mouse and the Traps (Ronnie Weiss)
- The Uniques (Ronnie Weiss)

RIO GRANDE (RCA Victor) This is a perfectly competent-plus mod-country band which has gone virtually unacknowledged in print, led by a Texas music man named Ronny Weiss whose name you might file.

In 1965, after attending Tyler Junior College (Computer Science and Business), David Stanley and Ronny Weiss (Mouse) formed Mouse and the Traps. That same year they recorded their first chart single "A Public Execution" for Fraternity Records. From 1965 to 1970 they recorded fifteen more 45 RPM's and toured extensively throughout Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana doing concerts with such artists as Vanilla Fudge, Booker T. and the MG's, The Mamas & The Papas, Bobby Vinton, B. J. Thomas, and Joe Stampley. In 1970, Dave and Mouse recorded an album for RCA Records under the name of Rio Grande.

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