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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Royal Flairs on Discogs/5(2).
  2. Recently Teddy Long was interviewed and asked about racism in the industry. He called out Ole Anderson and Superstar Bill Dundee for using the n-word at Long at various times, but it was his comments about Ric Flair that really struck a cord. “Ric Flair walked up to me one time and asked me, he said, ‘N*gger you like working here?’ I didn’t know what the deal was and this was Knoxville.
  3. In they cut two 45s for the Marina label, one as the Royal Flairs, and another as the Unlimited. The first, ‘Suicide’ has a sharp garage sound and a great solo. In the lyrics the singer wants to join the girl who killed herself over him.
  4. Explore releases from Royal Flairs at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Royal Flairs at the Discogs Marketplace.
  5. The Royal Flairs became house band at the Milrose Ballroom outside of Omaha, playing primarily surf instrumentals. Royal Flairs Marina 45 SuicideThree members stayed with the band through all of their changes: Bob Everhart (Bob Williams’ actual name) on sax and vocals, Dave Krivolavek on guitar and Dave Brubeck on bass.
  6. The Royal Flairs were a garage-rock band from Council Bluffs, Iowa. In the early 60s, They served as the house band for the Milrose Ballroom in Omaha. They also cut a couple of garage and surf 45's as The Royal Flairs and The Unlimited. Their songs are noted for their dirty, raw sound and morbid lyrics.
  7. Feb 12,  · In the ’s an EP Surfin’ with the Royal Flairs featured five unreleased versions of surf songs recorded in Another LP, The Royal Flairs, Rare Recordings from contains their singles along with a side of unreleased songs that reflect their change to r&b and British Invasion sounds, recorded in Omaha.
  8. Aug 02,  · In the ’s an EP Surfin’ with the Royal Flairs featured five unreleased versions of surf songs recorded in Another LP, The Royal Flairs, Rare Recordings from contains their singles along with a side of unreleased songs that reflect their change to r&b and British Invasion sounds, recorded in Omaha.

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