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  1. Oct 24,  · Johnny Rivers - Every Day I Have To Cry (Live ) 'Vinyl' - Duration: Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Recommended for you. The Champs - Chariot Rock - Duration: sMusicEnglish.
  2. The Champs - Discography UK: 22 Records: Latest Updates: Gallery: Choose Country Australia (12) Belgium (6) Bootleg (2) Canada (22) Denmark (3) France (6) Germany (12) Greece (1) India (3) Italy (10) Jamaica (2) Japan (5) Mexico (5) Netherlands (8) New Zealand (5) South Africa (2) Spain (3) Sweden (1) Turkey (1) UK (22) USA (45) Choose.
  3. Although the Champs are remembered only for the classic "Tequila," this now out-of-print collection of all 4 of their albums with 4 bonus tracks flat from the LP masters will tell you there is much more to the Champs than just their signature hit and in fact on the first disc, it contains the entire "Go Champs Go" and the entire "Everybody's Rockin'" album which are both very solid /5(2).
  4. The Champs A1: Tequila A2: Train To Nowhere B1: El Rancho Rock B2: Midnighter: London France: RE H Nov EP: 3: The Champs A1: Chariot Rock A2: Subway B1: Beatnik B2: Gone Train: London France: RE H EP: 0: The Champs A1: Too Much Tequila - Dans Les Rues De Bahia A2: The Carterpillar.
  5. The Champs - Chariot Rock / Subway - Challenge - USA () Next by Artist. The Champs - Train To Nowhere / Tequila - Challenge - USA () Previous by Artist. Kip Tyler And His Flips - Jungle Hop / Ooh Yeah Baby - Challenge - USA () Live Music: Vinyl Albums: 78 RPM: CD Albums: CD.
  6. 7" Single on 45cat: The Champs - Chariot Rock / El Rancho Rock - Collectables / Back To Back Hit Series - USA - COL
  7. Everyday's Rockin' With the Champs, an Album by The Champs. Released in September on London (catalog no. HAH ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Rock & Roll.
  8. The Champs were an American rock and roll band, most famous for their Latin-tinged instrumental " Tequila ". The group took their name from the name of Gene Autry 's horse, Champion, and was formed by studio executives at Autry's Challenge Records to record a B-side for the Dave Burgess single, "Train to Nowhere".
  9. The Champs exploded onto the music scene in with Tequila, a Latin-tinged instrumental. Fresh from the success of the single, written by group member Chuck Rio (he was born Danny Flores but used an assumed name as he was under contract to another record company at the time), The Champs set about trying to maintain their success.5/5(1).

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