The New Mexico band Suzie Q - Jimmy Gilmer & The Fireballs - Sugar Shack several instrumental hits in the late '50s and early '60s in a slick Tex-Mex style, with staccato guitar lines that prefigured surf music. Using the same producer as Buddy Holly Norman Pettythe group also performed controversial overdubs that were added to some of Holly's posthumously released material.
These were distinguished from most other Fireballs records in that they were vocal numbers, not instrumental, Gilmer who was second guitarist in the Fireballs being the lead singer. Gilmer and band made the Top 20 La Salve De Las Antilhas E Rio Abajo - Nanuto - Sax From Angola more time with "Daisy Petal Pickin'," a transparent "Sugar Shack" soundalike, right down to the Solovox.
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