Eddie Bridges and His Lowriders

Peekaboo / Out House

Romark: RK-109

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  • Artist: Eddie Bridges and His Lowriders
  • A Side: Peekaboo
  • B Side: Out House
  • Label: Romark
  • Format: 45s



  • Vinyl Condition: M-
  • Label Condition: M-
  • Sleeve Condition: M-

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"Blues Rooted Grooves" a strapline Kent Harris gave to his 1963 label named after his son - and boy did Kent Harris take his label seriously, enlisting the very finest of the raw local talent that Los Angeles 19, had to offer.

Rousing Los Angeles R&B from Kent "Boogaloo" Harris, his family and famous friends mustered together.

A popular POW-WOW club play, usually pitched up by +2, which is how we're recorded it for you, the pitch not diminishing Eddie Bridges' animal growling howl in the slightest as Kent Harris' "Lowriders" accentuate the "Peekaboo" voyeuristic hookline as Eddie proudly admits he's a "Natural Born -Peeping Tom" for beautiful girls passing by.

Potent L.A. R&B shaker, blessed with a flipside that equally grabs you by the throat the meaty Kent Harris "Jazz" session, with thumping piano notes pumped into place by a squealing trumpet outbursts, this is killer cocktail of R&B, Jazz and attitude. Two great sides underlining Harris' ability to diversify across the genres.

A musicman, who was so much more they just thge producer for Ty Karim, Larry Atkins, Marcene "Dimples" Harris, Ray Agee, Phillips Sisters and many other local soul artists he guided onto better things...

Eddie Bridges was a great "find" also...

Condition Report

Two pristine black labels, decorated with bright crisp contrasting silver text. Full gloss archive level mint minus vinyl - really challenging to acquire in this standout "impocondition

A Side

  • Title: Peekaboo

    B Side

  • Title: Out House
  • Year: 1964
  • City: Los Angeles 19, California