Carl Perkins - Let The Juke Box Keep On Playing / Gone, Gone, Gone FLAC album
Gone, Gone, Gone, Let The Jukebox Keep On Playing (7", RE). Sun (9).
Gone, Gone, Gone, Let The Jukebox Keep On Playing (7", RE).
Gone, Gone, Gone" Track Info Carl Perkins. 7. All Mama's Children. 10. Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby. 13. Boppin' The Blues.
Let the Jukebox Keep on Playing. gone gone gone, come go with me. Переведено с помощью Яндекс. Встречается в альбомах. The Definitive Collection CD1. Carl Perkins. Dance Album Of Carl Perkins.
According to Charlie Daniels, "Carl Perkins' songs personified the rockabilly era, and Carl Perkins' sound personifies the rockabilly sound more so than anybody involved in it, because he never changed. Perkins' songs were recorded by artists (and friends) as influential as Elvis Presley, the Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, and Johnny Cash, which further cemented his place in the history of popular music. He died of a drug overdose at age 29, in Los Angeles, California. He recorded one album, Introducing Carl Perkins, and a short series of singles under his own name. Authors Paul Tanner, Maurice Gerow, and David Megill cite Perkins as one of the best "funky", or hard bop, piano players, but his early death prevented him from leaving a legacy. com/Carl Perkins (pianist).
length: 2:51 vocal: Carl Perkins guitar: Jay Perkins and Carl Perkins double bass: Clayton Perkins electric guitar: Quinton Claunch steel guitar: Stan Kesler fiddle: William E. Cantrell membranophone: .
Let the Jukebox Keep Playing. Artist: Carl Perkins. Album: Sun Records - Heartbreakers, 2012. Studio session for carl perkins at the memphis recording service for sun records 1955. Sun recording studio 706 union avenue, memphis, tennessee sun session: session filed as monday july 11, 1955 probably more than one session session hours: unknown producer and recording engineer - sam C. phillips. Now playing: Panic! At the Disco High Hopes.
Another Perkins song, "Gone Gone Gone", released by Sun in October 1955, was also a regional success. It was a "bounce blues in flavorsome combined country and . amp;b. After playing a show in Norfolk, Virginia, on March 21, 1956, the Perkins Brothers Band headed to New York City for a March 24 appearance on NBC-TV's Perry Como Show. Shortly before sunrise on March 22, on Route 13 between Dover and Woodside, Delaware, Stuart Pinkham (also known as Richard Stuart and Poor Richard) assumed duties as driver.
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|A||Let The Juke Box Keep On Playing
Written-By – Perkins*
|B||Gone, Gone, Gone
Written-By – Perkins*
- Published By – Hi-Lo Music
- Record Company – Sun Record Company
- Vocals, Guitar – Carl Perkins
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (A label): U-94
- Matrix / Runout (B label): U-95
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