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Thursday, December 3, 2015

The Shout (I Won't Be There Single)

a repost by request, originally posted 11/16/10, new rip and scans, Enjoy.
  The Shout were based out of Harrisburg P.A. . They released just one single, as well as a track on The Rebel Kind Comp. I included it for your listening pleasure, it has more of a garage feel to it.

Line Up -

Jim Gordon - Bass and Lead Vocals
Dan Kibler - Guitar and Vocals
Lisa Partchy - Keyboards
Scott Van Bretz - Drums

Sounds Interesting Records 1982-83

1. I Won't Be There
2. Sha-Day-La-Day
3. From Here

16 comments:

Cositronico said...

Thank for another great 7".

Frank Miller said...

Your welcome !

Cositronico said...

Thank you friend.

Nick said...

I love this blog! Very, very much!

Woody said...

Another gem in this site!!!! Thankx!!!! I've liked this a lot!!! of course!!!

Frank Miller said...

Thanks for all of your kind words, and comments, I'm glad your enjoying the site.

Popville said...

Dan Kibbler had a couple of records on 2 Big Deal, and I think still lives & plays music in the Harrisburg area. I found some info on Michael Giblin's (ex Cherry Twister) Parallax Project site:

http://www.parallaxproject.com/Old%20Site%20Files/Profiles/Dan.html

Frank Miller said...

Thanks for the link.

Anonymous said...

What would you like to know?

Jim Gordon
jgordon@panetwork.com

Tree Hugger said...

The new Dan Kibler Album "DAN KIBLER" is available now at KoolKatMusik.com. Includes a FREE BONUS Disc with 9 Songs from previously released Kibler Records. If you've not discovered Dan Kibler ~ It's never too late! http://tinyurl.com/d85h6fm

Frank said...

Excellent, thank you for the info!!

Anonymous said...

I played in various alternative and original bands in the Harrisburg area in the 80s, and I remember these guys well. I was in a brief recording / jamming project with Scott Bretz around 1985 or so. Nice guy and a great drummer.

If I remember correctly (and it was a while ago), I think The Shout evolved from a previous Harrisburg band called The Weasels, that were kind of a cool, 60s throwback sort of thing like the Knack. I think the guitar player worked at the mall during the day, which is about as 80s as you can get. :-)

-Steve S. (formerly of Tojo, Radio Four, and Worlds Apart)

Frank said...

Thanks for the info Steve.

Ivan said...

Could you please re-up this single?
Great song.

Frank Miller said...

No problem Ivan, give me a few days.

Frank Miller said...

You got it Ivan, sorry it took so long, Enjoy!