Sunday, June 20, 2010

Jim Scott with The Crusaders on 7-Teen


7-Teen 17-101-A

Jim Scott with The Crusaders

CP-6995 ~ Betty (J.Cabrol)



7-Teen 17-101-B

The Crusaders

CP-6996 ~ Moving Out (D. Bourget)

The B-side is an instrumental compiled on the Collector CD "Wild Guitar Rockers" (CLCD4514). Arranger is Don Perry.

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11 comments:

  1. Any idea if this is the same Crusaders who issued the amazing "Seminole" on D.K.R.? Similar guitar sound in parts, but - between the two 45s - it looks like the writing credits aren't the same.

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  2. Two different bands in my opinion.

    The names of Cabrol and Bourget, seems to suggest names from french origin, so the band was perhaps from Canada.?

    Despite further research, I've not been able to find out much more about them, except that they recorded another single on Honey Bee Record - supposed out of Memphis, Tennessee? :

    "Jumpin’Jack" / "Lovely Lies"

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    1. Rick
      Cabral is my dad and Jim Cabral ( Jim Scott) was the singer ( my uncle ) . Both from Westport Massachusetts

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  3. I believe they were from Taunton Mass. I remeber them, as a kid, I am from neighboring Fall River Mass. I also had a band back then, Bobby & the Galaxies, and Bobby & the Ferraris. Honey Bee Records was from Fall River and owned by Don Perry (aka Don DeCarlo & Dino) and Larry Santos. they also owned Little Town Records, Westport, Mass.
    Bob Hughes
    www.BobHughesMusic.net

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    1. where can i find this record

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  4. Jim Scott & The Crusaders were from Mass.. Taunton, I believe. Honey Bee Records was from Fall River Mass. Owned by Don Perry (aka as Dino and Don DeCarlo) and Larry Santos. They also had Little Town Records out of Westport, Mass., and recorded several groups there including the Royal Coachmen and The Spidells. I had bands back then also; Bobby & The Ferraris and Bobby & The Galaxies. I Recorded on Tuff Nuff Records.
    Contact me for more information.
    Bob Hughes
    bobhughes12@mchsi.com
    www.BobHughesMusic.Net

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    1. You are correct my brother Larry "Dino Vera" played drums for them. I found this doing a search for a picture of them.

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    2. My dad was the saxophonist and my uncle Jim Cabral was the singer.

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  5. Did you ever find any photographs? my grandfather Richard Cabral and Jimmy Cabral “Jim Scott” were a part of the group and I would love to send them some!

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  6. That's awesome! My uncle is Jim Scott of Jim Scott and the Crusaders and Jim Scott and the Morticians. He is from Westport, Mass.

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  7. They are from Westport mass. My dad is Rick Cabral who was the saxophonist / singer and my uncle is Jim Cabral. Both still alive :)

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