Rocky Mountain Soul
Since their beginning in 1986 Colorado’s Tiny Barge and The Big Chill have excited and entertained audiences across the nation with their classic brand of Rocky Mountain Soul Music.

Over the years many of the bands memorable performances were recorded and are now presented here in this compilation of some of their all time favorites.

The Big Chill’s dance party thunders to life as the band pulls out some of their most frequently requested songs.

Here for the first time is “Everytime I See A Butterfly”, a Tiny Barge original that’s been covered by Gladys Knight and The Pips, Les McCann, Maxine Nightingale, Sandra Feva and others.

From the familiar old-school bass intro of “Higher And Higher” to the ultra-modern “SpitBone” sax-synth solo that finishes “Right To Sing The Blues”, this compilation is an expression of gratitude to the faithful, longtime Tiny Barge and The Big Chill fans and to welcome all of the new-comers.

It has been the thrill of a lifetime and a privilege to perform for so many wonderful listeners. This collection of memories is Tiny Barge and The Big Chill’s way of saying, “Thank You.”
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Right To Sing The Blues
Filmed at Walt Disney World
Written by Patty Dee

Produced by Tiny Barge
Album: At The Gig
Released in 2007 on Tidewater Records
Tiny Barge and The Big Chill recorded live "At The Gig"
On Tidewater Records
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It's Here!
In 1968 Washington D.C.'s El Corols Band and Show released their first single on Tiny Records. The songs "Chick Chick", written by Tiny Barge, Eddie Hicks Jr., and vocalist Little Whimpy Johnson and "You Gotta Be An Angel", written by Tiny Barge and Fangette Willett, were the first production efforts of an 18 year old Tiny Barge. The single brought the group and the young writer some real attention and eventually the songs were released on Rouser Records.

Although a great performance and a rockin' good Soul song the single wasn't aggressively marketed and it eventually faded from sight. That is until the Northern Soul movement sprang up in Northern England. To this new audience a rediscovered "Chick Chick" took on the pseudonym "Ain't No Bragg" and became a UK fan favorite. Websites of British DJs boast of having "Chick Chick (Ain't No Bragg)" on their exclusive play lists.
To collectors the hard to find 45rpm disc brings a very handsome price in the trading market.

In answer to numerous inquiries Tidewater Records has secured the original master tapes and skillfully brought the El Corols' songs to the digital domain.
Chick Chick (Ain't No Bragg) Written by Tiny Barge, E. Hicks Jr.
and Little Whimpy Johnson
Produced and Arranged by Tiny Barge
Released in 1968 on Tiny Records
and Rouser Records
"Chick Chick (Ain't No Bragg)"
and "You Gotta Be An Angel"
live again to thrill us after nearly forty years. Available only on this exclusive
Tidewater CD Single.
You Gotta Be An Angel
Written by Tiny Barge and Fangette Willett
Produced and Arranged by Tiny Barge
Released in 1968 on Tiny Records
and Rouser Records
In Jewell Box with graphics and credits
Not available for MP3 download
Purchase your copy of
the El Corols' classic CD Single

USA $5.00
UK £2.75

Now Available
In 1983 at Passage Studio in Colorado Springs singer/songwriter Tiny Barge and guitarist/audio engineer Rich Mouser recorded a novelty song called, "They Won't Let Me Play My Rock N Roll Guitar In the High School Marching Band".

The song became a smash hit on local radio stations and a regular favorite on the legendary Dr. Demento Radio series.

Now for the first time in digital sound this hilarious classic is available for internet download from Tidewater Records

"They Won't Let Me Play My Rock & Roll Guitar In The High School Marching Band"
Whether you are a Marching Band fan, a Rock & Roll fan or a Comedy fan, it's all here for you on this side splitting
Tidewater Download.
They Won't Let Me Play My Rock & Roll Guitar In The High School Marching Band Written by Tiny Barge
Produced and Arranged by Tiny Barge
Released in 1983 on Passage Records
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