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Movement 1 & 13
Are You Happy?
|Recording Title||Group||Label||Release Date|
|Sittin' Here Cryin' b/w Uncle John||Wild Child Gipson with Freddie Tieken & the Rockers||It's a Hit Records Chicago, IL (Hit 45-2002) (45)||1956|
|Uncle John||Wild Child Gipson with Freddie Tieken & the Rockers||Reissued on "Chicago Rock" Redita Records Romania (No. 108) (LP)||1973|
|Sittin' Here Cryin' b/w Uncle John||Wild Child Gipson with Freddie Tieken & the Rockers||Reissued on Laurie Records Astra Records (45) New York, NY||Unknown|
|Uncle John||Wild Child Gipson with Freddie Tieken & the Rockers||Reissued on "Rockin' from Coast to Coast" Volume 3 (CD) Ace Records Ltd. London, UK (CDCHP 985)||2004|
|Kool||Wild Child Gipson with Freddie Tieken & the Rockers||Cheesecake "Red Hot Rhythm" London, UK (CHCD 277)||Unknown|
|By Popular Demand||Freddie Tieken & the Rockers||IT Records Quincy, IL (IT 2301) (LP)||1963|
|Bit by a Bug b/w Humpty Jump||Freddie Tieken & the Rockers||IT Records Quincy, IL (IT 2302) (45)||1965|
|Freddie Tieken & the Rockers LIVE!||Freddie Tieken & the Rockers||IT Records Quincy, IL (IT 2304) (LP)||1965|
|Freddie Tieken & the Rockers||Freddie Tieken & the Rockers||*Reissued Standfire Records Quincy, IL (PD-8002) (CD)||1999|
|Ilmo Smokehouse||Ilmo Smokehouse||Beautiful Sounds Quincy, IL (LA 1200) (LP)||1969|
|Ilmo Smokehouse||Ilmo Smokehouse||Reissued Roulette Records New York,NY (SR 3002) (LP)||1971|
|Ilmo Smokehouse||Ilmo Smokehouse||Reissued Carnaby Records Madrid, Spain (CPS 9186) (LP)||1972|
|Ilmo Smokehouse||Ilmo Smokehouse Synton Stuttgart, Germany (DR 9856) (CD)||Reissued||2006|
|Ilmo Smokehouse Plus||Ilmo Smokehouse||*Reissued Akarma Records La Spezia, Italy (AK 370) (CD)||2007|
*Also includes unreleased bonus tracks
Note: Although my music has been deemed important enough to be re-released by various record companies around the world, I have never received an accounting of sales or a nickel in royalties from these re-releases. It is difficult for me to comprehend why anyone (including a couple of former band members) would feel the need to unethically profit from my music. How ironic that if I wanted a copy of one of these recordings I would have to buy it.