Dick Lee - Have Guitar Will Travel mp3 album
Have Guitar Will Travel. Duration: 32:33 Year: 1960. Duane Eddy - Guitar Man. Gene Vincent - Sounds Like Gene Vincent. Tom Jones - At This Moment. Jerry Lee Lewis - Country Songs for City Folks. Louis Armstrong - Louis Armstrong meets Duke Ellington. balls, from 1 to 5, describe similarity between the two bands.
Road' were probably the best – also did their part to help keep the raunchy spirit of rock & roll alive, during a time in which it was in danger of being watered down. On January 9, 1959, Eddy's debut album, Have 'Twangy' Guitar Will Travel, was released, reaching number 5, and remaining on the album charts for 82 weeks. On his fourth album, 'Songs of Our Heritage' (1960), each track featured him playing acoustic guitar or banjo. Duane Eddy and the Rebels became a frequent act on The Dick Clark Show. Original album covers were white with Duane Eddy sitting on guitar case and the LP title in white.
Have 'Twangy' Guitar Will Travel. Have 'Twangy' Guitar Will Travel is the debut album by guitarist Duane Eddy. It was released in 1958, on Jamie Records as JLP-3000. There were five charting singles and a B-side of an additional charting single taken from this album. After releasing a couple of successful singles, Eddy released his first album, Have 'Twangy' Guitar Will Travel on January 9, 1958
Have Guitar Will Travel is the third studio album by rock and roll pioneer and blues icon Bo Diddley. It was released on the Checker Records label in 1960. The front cover of Diddley's album displays a white calling card similar to that which Richard Boone's 'Have Gun-Will Travel' character Paladin carried and gave out on every episode of the series.
Have Guitar Will Travel is the third studio album by rock and roll pioneer and blues icon Bo Diddley. The location was Livingston Street, Brooklyn, New York City.
Producer – Lee Hazlewood, Lester Sill. Rhythm Guitar – Corkey Casey. Saxophone – Steve Douglas. On the reverse side, it is "Duane Eddy His 'Twangy' Guitar and The Rebels", this title is also used on the spine. Matrix, Runout (Machine Stamped): ST-LP-DE-500. Duane Eddy & His "Twangy" Guitar. Have "Twangy" Guitar Will Travel (LP, Album). ST-90682, JLP-70-3000.
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