The Who - Summertime Blues mp3 album
Summertime Blues is the third album posthumously released by Eddie Cochran in the United States after Cochran's death in 1960. The album was released on the Sunset Records label in August 1966 in both stereo and mono. The catalogue number was SUS-5123 for the stereo version and SUM-1123 for the mono version. Side 1. "Summertime Blues" (Eddie Cochran - Jerry Capehart). Stockins 'n Shoes (Bare foot Rock)" (Lyle Gaston). Proud Of You" (Dale Fitzsimmons). Lovin' Time" (Jan Woolsey).
Artist: The Who. Album: Live At the Isle of Wight Festival 1970, 1996. Standard-Video hat sehr gute Qualität. Standard-video has very good quality. Who - Summertime Blues (live,1969) Seitenverhaeltnis, aspect ratio 16:9 wide screen. Has been played on. United States 67. CleansingMusic.
It was written in the late 1950s by Eddie Cochran and his manager Jerry Capehart. Originally a single B-side, it peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100 on September 29, 1958 and on the UK Singles Chart. The handclapping is performed by Sharon Sheeley, and the deep vocals at the end of each verse are done by Cochran. The drummer on that recording date was Earl Palmer.
Band Name The Who. Album Name Summertime Blues. Labels Polydor Decca Track Records. Members owning this album0. Other productions from The Who. Endless Wire.
Summertime Blues is a music singles/eps/fan club/promo recording by THE WHO (ve Rock) released in 1970 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Track Records (UK) Decca (US). The who - summertime blues (dp 1737) japanese 7" single.
Summertime Blues" is a song co-written and recorded by American rockabilly artist Eddie Cochran. It was written by Cochran and his manager Jerry Capehart. Originally a single B-side, it was released in August 1958 and peaked at number 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 on September 29, 1958 and number 18 on the UK Singles Chart.
A: SUMMERTIME BLUES (Live at Leeds). SUMMERTIME BLUES written by Eddie Cochran and Jerry Capehart. Produced by The Who. Recorded live on the Pye Mobile at Leeds University, 14 February 1970. HEAVEN AND HELL written by John Entwistle. Recorded at IBC Studios, London, 13 April 1970.