Just For A Thrill (LP, Album). Decca, The Compo Company Ltd. DL 74506. Just For A Thrill (LP, Album, Mono, TP). Brunswick. Just For A Thrill (LP, Album, Mono).
Just for a Thrill is the twenty-third studio album of country music artist Ronnie Milsap. It was released in 2004 under Image Records, his first for the label. The album consisted of fourteen recordings of pop and jazz standards. The record peaked at number 4 on Top Jazz Albums, Milsap's first appearance on the chart.
Earl Grant (January 20, 1931 – June 10, 1970) was an American pianist, organist, and vocalist popular in the 1950s and 1960s. Grant was born in Idabel, Oklahoma. Though he would be known later for his keyboards and vocals, Grant also played trumpet and drums. Grant attended four music schools, eventually becoming a music teacher. This album featured some realistic sounding "tropical bird calls" produced by his electric organ. House of Bamboo" was another big-selling single. In all, Grant recorded 30 albums for Decca mostly on the Brunswick label a subsidiary of Decca. Several of his albums featured tenor saxophonist Plas Johnson. Fly Me to the Moon (Decca, 1963). Just for a Thrill (Decca, 1964). Just One More Time (Decca, 1964). Trade Winds (Decca, 1965). Spotlight on Earl Grant (Decca, 1965).
Just for a thrill You changed the sunshine to rain And just for a thrill You filled my heart with so much pain. To me you were my pride and joy Oh but to you I was merely a toy A plaything, a plaything, a plaything That you could toss around at will. And just for a thrill, a thrill, a thrill You made my life, you made my life one sad song And just for a thrill You took me by the hand and you just led, you led me along
Earl Grant Just For A Thrill LP 1964 Decca Records. EARL GRANT "In Motion" Vinyl 33 LP Jazz Record Album EX Stereo 1969.