In the 1960s, the late Jerry Cole was one of America's most prolific guitarists, turning his hand to surf music, rock, country, jazz and blues and playing on sessions for Brian Wilson, Phil Spector and countless others. He would replace less proficient group members at recordings, often anonymously. Cole made several low-budget-but very technically proficient albums for the Modern label's Crown imprint. This is our second helping from these sources - following the 2006 release of "Hot Rod Twangin'". 24 tracks including: Curfew, Groovy Night, The Tower Of London, Paperback Lover, Ripple Blues, 007 Rides Again, The Screamer.