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"Some Things Never Change"


An LP album for the Esquire Fan that loves the rich sound of vinyl. After the band reunited in 1984 the Esquires recorded this first album in March of 1986. Titled “Some Things Never Change” it contains music and songs we all love. The album also includes an eight (8) page insert depicting over 100 pictures in a collage of the Esquires back in the sixties, the eighties, plus many photos of the crowd during our reunion dances at the Charleston Civic Center.

Performers


Calene Rader

Lead Vocalist

 

Phil Martin

Tenor Sax

Richard “Frog” Glaspell

Lead Vocalist

 

Bob Smith

Trumpet

Bobby Joe “BJ” Sullivan

Lead Vocalist

 

Roger Ledbetter

Percussion

Dwayne Stevenson

Lead Vocalist

 

Kelly Castleberry II

Tenor & Baritone Sax

Buster Coles

Background Vocals

 

Butch Evans

Lead Guitar/Vocals

Carl K. Nestmann

Bass Guitar/Vocals

 

Dick Gregg

Trumpet/Vocals

Giles Watson

Organ

 

Randy Damron

Narrator

Songs


Sweet soul music

Ain’t to proud to beg

I don’t want to cry

Monkey Time

Hold on I’m coming

Heard it thru the grapevine

Dancing in the streets

Heatwave

 

Higher and Higher

Be young be foolish be Happy

 

Get Ready

You don’t know like I know

 

Songs

I feel good

Do you like good music

It’s Alright

Papa’s got a brand new bag

When somethings wrong with my baby

Heard it thru the grapevine

Just One Look

Barefooting

But its alright

Chain, Chain, Chain

Mustang Sally

Hold on I’m coming

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Since you have been gone

Rescue Me

We don't just play 60's Music, WE LIVED IT



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Larry Kopelman at 304-610-3014

Larry Leedy at 304-544-6667

Butch Evans at 304-552-8056

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