Famed for his session work with the Beach Boys, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and (under producer Lee Hazelwood) Duane Eddy, top LA guitarist Al Casey also made waves on the surf and pop scenes with his own fantastic recordings.

In 1963 he cut the splashy, driving Hazelwood-produced genre classic Surfin' Hootenany; Casey also doubled on organ for a series of exceptionally slinky soul-jazz/R&B groovers for labels like top Chicago imprint Stacy Records. From hot surf to cool jazz, Al Casey did it all!
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Casey, Al - Surfin Hootenanny - LP
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    ***LAST REMAINING COPIES!!!***The post-war explosion of rock, pop and r&b that began in the ‘50s was fueled by a steadily increasing flow of singles and later, albums. The independent labels led the charge of new releases and in due time, the major labels followed suit. This created a huge demand for session musicians who could play a variety of styles and get it down quick, because the next session was booked right behind it! Long Beach, CA native Alvin W. “Al” Casey rose to prominence as an...