Glen Glenn The Glen Glenn Story on Limited Edition Import LP
This release is very much tied in with Ace's history, especially with their original Chiswick label. The first album on Chiswick in 1977 was Hollywood Rock 'n' Roll which contained some tracks by rockabilly artist Glen Glenn that attracted appreciative reaction from European fans. Ace founder Ted Carroll met Glen near Los Angeles soon after and was able to assemble a new album that included alternate takes of his best-known songs plus some radio and TV performances. This was issued as The Glen Glenn Story in 1982, once again to much acclaim around the UK and Europe. The material here includes strong versions of "Baby Let's Play House," "Be-Bop-A-Lula," "Shake Rattle And Roll," "Treat Me Nice" and "I Got A Woman."