Psych of the South presents a CD from The Playboys of Pine Bluff, Arkansas. This group recorded a 45 in 1962 under the name the Magnificent Seven for Vee-Eight records. They produced a rockin' group original in Memphis named "Baby Doll" along with the frat rock classic "Ooh Poo Pah Doo." This CD gathers the Magnificent Seven 45 along with a live recording made in 1963 with the group pounding out a blistering set of R&B and Frat numbers at a gig in Monticello, Arkansas at A&M college, captured on tape by Pine Bluff DJ and recording enthusiast Charlie Okle. This is a rare glimpse into the live set of a frat rock group before Beatlemania struck. The sound has been described as a punk rock Charlie Rich. The live set features Tom Payton aka Tommy Riggs on vocals. Hear this raw and unfiltered performance for the first time here!

CD includes an 8 page booklet with tons of photos and the history of the group. Included on the CD are 15 songs listed below.

Read more about the Playboys aka The Magnificent Seven in the Arkansas Times

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01. Baby Doll
02. Ooh Poo Pah Doo
03. I Believe to My Soul
04. Lonely Weekends
05. I'm Movin' On
06. Li'l Liza Jane
07. St. James Infirmary
08. Mary Ann
09. Green Onions
10. Reelin' and Rockin'
11. I Got a Woman/ Don't Cry No More
12. What'd I Say
13. I Don't Want to Cry
14. The 69
15. Don't Make My Baby Blue
Psych of the South 2016 POTS 4506