Duo Rock 'n' Roll US, Mickey Lane (né Mickey Lee Schreiber, le 2 Février 1941 à Rochester (New York), décédé le 18 Mars 2011) & sa soeur Shonnie Lane ont enregistré chez Brunswick Records de New York. Mickey fut membre des Bell Notes, a touné en tant que pianiste pour Neil Sedaka et a écrit "My Little Woman" pour Bill Haley. Il a enregistré chez Laurie (1960), Swan (1964-1966), Itsy (1966) et Mala Records (1968)
'n' Roll duo, Mickey (born Mickey Lee
Schreiber, February 2, 1941in Rochester (New York),
March 18, 2011) & Shonnie Lane recorded at
Brunswick Records of New York.
There were many guys like Mickey Lee Lane working the fringes of the New York music business in the late '50s and '60s: songwriting, performing, arranging, fooling around in the studio, doing whatever was needed. As guys who hardly anyone recognizes several decades later go, Mickey Lee Lane persevered longer than most, building a longer and more interesting resume than many other such figures who never got big hits. Along the way he did a number of singles under his own and different names, proving himself to be a worthy if idiosyncratic performer, capable of mixing New York industry-conscious hooks with gutsy early rock & roll styles, blue-eyed soul, and outrageous novelty dance lyrics. He is perhaps best known for his mid-'60s single "Hey Sah-Lo-Ney," a soul-pop-dance tune that was covered by mid-'60s British mod band the Action.
As a teenage rock fan, Lane entered the business as a songwriter in the Brill Building, doing a single for Brunswick with his sister Shonnie in 1958. He floated around as a member of the Bell Notes, a touring pianist with Neil Sedaka, and a songwriter, placing "My Little Woman" with a fading Bill Haley. All rather boring to recount, really, and Lane wasn't making much headway, but he kept plugging away and eventually got to put out some singles on Swan in the mid-'60s. These were odd but cool items that somehow sounded both like cynical pastiches of American pop-rock trends and inventive, rather off-the-wall dance tunes borrowing from early rockers like Jerry Lee Lewis and Little Richard, as well as contemporary soul dance songs. One of these, "Shaggy Dog," sneaked inside the Top Forty in late 1964. "The Zoo," "Hey Sah-Lo-Ney," and "The Senior Class" were pretty hep tunes along the same lines. Lane could also capably offer more pop-oriented tracks, such as "Little Girl (I Was Wrong)," with its mix of Jan & Dean, the Four Seasons, and Gary Lewis, or the melodramatic "She Cried to Me," which was something like the Shangri-Las as sung from a male point of view.
In the latter part of the 1960s, Lane returned to a more behind-the-scenes role, as a recording engineer at New York's Studio 76, after which he became head engineer at Kama Sutra Records. He continued to record demos on his own throughout the rest of the 20th century. In the late '90s, a career retrospective CD, Rockin' On...And Beyond, was assembled for the Roller Coaster label, combining released and previously unreleased items and concentrating upon his 1960s material.
Style musical : Rock 'n' Roll, Rhythm 'n' Blues
Daddy's Little Baby
(Mickey & Shonnie
Dum Dee Dee Dum (1960) (Mickey Lane)
Shaggy Dog (1964) (Mickey Lee Lane)
The Zoo (1965) (Mickey Lee Lane)
(They're All In) The Senior Class (1965) (Mickey Lee Lane)
TUTTI FRUTTI (1968) (Mickey Lee Lane)
Years in activity :
Singles & EP
|10/1958||SP BRUNSWICK 9-55098 (US)||.||Mickey & Shonnie LANE, The BRIGHT & EARLY KIDS - Daddy's Little Baby / Toasted Love|
|09/1960||SP LAURIE 3071 (US)||.||Mickey LANE - Dum Dee Dee Dum (instr.) / Night Cap|
|05/1964||SP SWAN S-4183 (US)||.||Mickey Lee LANE - Shaggy Dog / Oo-Oo|
|01/1965||SP SWAN S-4199 (US)||.||Mickey Lee LANE - The Zoo / (They're All In) The Senior Class|
|04/1965||SP SWAN S-4210 (US)||.||Mickey Lee LANE - Little Girl (I Was Wrong) / When You're In Love|
|08/1965||SP SWAN S-4222 (US)||.||Mickey Lee LANE - Hey Sah-Lo-Ney / Of Yesterday|
|04/1966||SP SWAN S-4252 (US)||.||Mickey Lee LANE - She Don't Want To / The Only Thing To Do|
|1966||SP ITZY 6 (US)||.||Mickey Lee LANE - Hey Sah-Lo-Ney / Of Yesterday|
|12/1968||SP MALA M - 12.032 (US)||.||Mickey Lee LANE - Tutti Frutti / With Your Love|
|1995||EP Rollercoaster RCCD 3014 (UK)||Mickey Lee Lane - Rock The Bop! - Shaggy Dog / The Zoo / Rock The Bop / Tutti Frutti|
|05/2000||CD Rollercoaster RCCD 3014 (UK)||
|Rockin' On...And Beyond - Rock The Bop Intro (I Wanna) / The Senior Class / Shaggy Dog / Oo-Oo / Rock The Bop (I Wanna) / Tears Uncried / She Cried To Me / The Zoo / Little Girl (I Was Wrong) / She Don't Want To / When You're In Love (That's How You'll Know) / Of Yesterday / Theme from Yesterday / Baby What You Want Me To Do / I'm Not Sure ... I Still Want You / Bo Doofus / At The Sound Of The Gong.../WMIC radio yheme / Where's It's Rocking / The Zoo '95 / Morley Trucks Commercial - Move It On (A Snip) / Put On Your Leather Weather Baby / Coffee And Toast / I Wanna Be Loved (Baby) / Toasted Love / One And One Is Two / In Love With Love / Frank The Frog / Hey Sah-Lo-Ney / Tutti Frutti / Kum Ba Yah / Night Cap / Something To Live On / Recording Silence with PPH|
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