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Eddie Meduza - Härja Pelle - Outgiven låt - 1972? Demo!
 
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Ny Kanal så prenummurera gärna! Detta är ju en låt som absolut inte får gå förlorad! Riktigt kanon bra låt! Kke en av hans absolut bästa. Och enligt er fans verkar ju denna vara väldigt populär.
Eddie Meduza - Vad Hade Hänt Om Du Blivit Min - 1972? Dansband - Outgiven
 
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Riktigt fin låt av Errol från 1972? inte helt säker på årtalet men tidigt 70 tal iallafall. Ennu ett bevis på vilken talang han var när det kom till att skriva texter.
Eddie Meduza - Shangri-La - 1970 Rock N Roll  - Outgiven
 
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En riktigt tung Demo Låt av Errol från 1970 talet. Sånt här vill vi ha mer av! Detta 70 tals stuk är fan ballt. Det finns mycket outgivet material vid denna tiden som håller hög standard! Shangri-La är en fiktiv, paradisartad plats i James Hiltons roman Bortom horisonten (Lost Horizon), som utkom 1933. Platsen anges ligga i en djup dalgång någonstans bland bergen i Tibet och människorna som bor där åldras endast obetydligt. Historien om det mytiska Shangri-La baseras på Shambhala, en buddhistisk mytisk stad.
Eddie Meduza - Den Finns i - 1974? Country - Outgiven
 
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Riktigt fin och go låt av Errol. Låten är i mitt tycke riktigt fin text. Låtens melodi påminner väldigt mycket om Fåglarna Sjunger Även I Salasso från Radio Abonnerad.
Grandpa Jones - I'm No Communist - 1951 Country - RCA 47-4771
 
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Time for A Super Rare one! The song is very commen on Youtube. The record is self is Super Rare! Before this copy i had only seen 2 78s. A wonderful Anti-Communist record. The song has been recorded by sevral artists such as Lulu Belle & Scotty & Carson Robison. So now we know there is a copy off this one on 45.
Eddie Meduza - Dom Kommer Och Hämtar Mig Ha Ha - Outgiven
 
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En svensk översättning på låten They’re Coming To Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!. Original versionen gjordes av Napoleon XIV året 1966. Detta är en väldigt väldigt lustig låt får man säga!
Eddie Meduza - Vi Är Så Många Människospillror - Outgiven Demo
 
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Riktigt Riktigt fin outgiven Demo Låt av Her Norstedt! Lyssna på texten på denna! Man känner ibland verkligen igen sig i denna låten!
Eddie Meduza - Faking Love - 1990 Demo - Outgiven Rocker!
 
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Hejsan! Ny kanal! Prenummurera Gärna! Är du ett Meduza fan så följ oss gärna på Eddie's Himmel! https://www.facebook.com/luftkaffe/ Outgiven låt som var planerad att komma på LPn You Aint My Friend.
Eddie Meduza ‎– Jätteparty I Kväll - 1983 Raggar Rock! - MAS 2366
 
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Party musik! Kanon klassiker från 1983. Errols andra singel på Mariann Records!
Eddie Meduza - Operator - Outgiven Demo - Original Versionen
 
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Original versionen av Operator som var med på LPn ERROL från 1975. Melodin på denna är även samma som Slicka Fitta med Frisse Frissen samt Runka Balle. Errol använde sig då och då av gammalt material och gjorde nya texter.
Eddie Meduza - When A Man Loves A Woman (Live 1970) Anders Norstedts Orkester
 
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Live tagning från 1970 med Anders Norstedts Orkester. Errol Norstedt på song eller som vi känner honom. Eddie Meduza. Det är riktigt kul att det dyker upp mer och mer Material av Errol. When a Man Loves a Woman är en sång skriven av Calvin Lewis och Andrew Wright. Låten framfördes ursprungligen av Percy Sledge.
Dickey Lee - Dreamy Nights - 1958 DooWop - SUN 297
 
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One off the absolut best White Doo Wop singles of all time! An must have item if you collect vinyl singles! i also rank this one as one of my top 10 Doo Wop songs! Dickey Lee - Vocal and Guitar Marvin Pepper - Bass James M. Van Eaton - Drums Charlie Rich - Piano Another outing in the not-very-typical Sun record sweepstakes. As on his previous outing (SUN 280) and on the obscure Tampa record that preceded it, Lee demonstrates his penchant for harmony singing. Lee had been parachuted onto Sun by dee-jay Dewey Phillips who had virtually demanded that Sam Phillips sign him. Lee cheerfully admits that he didn't belong there. Neither side of this record is very southern. The ballad side, "Fool Fool Fool" (recorded August 10, 1957), contains some rather adventurous tempo changes that all but doom the tune as dance music. The uptempo "Dreamy Nights"" rocks along just fine, but it owes more to Dion and The Belmonts that to anyone in the vicinity of Union Avenue.
Smiley Burnette - Chuggin On Down '66' - 1954 Country - ABBOTT 154
 
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Burnette's first ABBOTT Single. He later released Lazy Locomotive on the same label. Smiley has nothing to do with Johnny or Dorsey Burnette. Even tho they where on the same label lol. Smiley Burnette, was an American country music performer and a comedic actor in Western films and on radio and TV, playing sidekick to Gene Autry, Roy Rogers, and other B-movie cowboys. He was also a prolific singer-songwriter who could play as many as 100 musical instruments some simultaneously. His career, beginning in 1934, spanned four decades, including a regular role on CBS-TV's Petticoat Junction in the 1960s.
Eddie Meduza - Socialdemokraterna - 1979 Rock N Roll! CBS 7831
 
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Nystartad kanal! Prenummurera gärna!! :) Följ Gärna oss på Eddie Meduza's Fanclub! https://www.facebook.com/luftkaffe/ Socialdemokraterna eller så kallad Såssialdemokraterna. Riktig Röjrocker från 1979! Säg vad man vill men vilken ROCKER!!! Rågrym!! Här är det ös så det heter duga! Original verisonen av denna heter Tjalle Rock. Skulle va kul om den kunde dyka öpp!
Eddie Meduza - Han Fick En Jävla Höger - Outgiven Demo
 
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Original verisonen av låten Ska Du Ha En Jävla Höger. Denna är förmodligen inspelad 1977? Ska Du Ha En Jävla Höger är dock utgiven 1983 på kassetten dubbelidioterna.
Eddie Meduza - Disco Burp - Outgiven Demo - Original versionen
 
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Outgiven Original Version från 1977. Den gavs först ut på LPn Eddie Meduza & The Roarin' Cadillacs från 1979. Samt en 3:e version på albumet Eddie Meduza Rock N Roll Show från 1979 med.
Eddie Meduza - Im A No Good Writer - Outgiven Demo - 1977?
 
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Outgiven Demo låt av Errol från 1977 tror jag. Itänka på Soundet! Som vanligt måste jag säga att detta är en riktigt riktigt fin låt!. Detta är original inspelningen på låten Fete Norstedt från 1983. Den var med på Dubbelidioterna.
Eddie Meduza - Gjort Är Gjort - 1972? Outgiven DEMO
 
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Hejsan! Ny kanal! Prenummurera Gärna! Är du ett Meduza fan så följ oss gärna på Eddie's Himmel! https://www.facebook.com/luftkaffe/ Riktigt fin DEMO med Errol. visst har han gjort många fina låtar vår gode Errol!.
Eddie Meduza - Tonight - 1982 Power Ballad! - MAS 2366
 
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Errol framför här en låt i lite mer Hårdrock ballad stuk. Denna var med på LPn Förjävla Bra!
Eddie Meduza - Stupid Cupid - 1982 Rock N Roll - Mariann ‎– MAS 2370
 
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Eddie gör här en Cover på Rock N Roll classicker Stupid Cupid som först är gjord av Neil Sedaka och Connie Francis.
Edwin Bruce - Rock Boppin' Baby - 1957 Rockabilly - SUN 276
 
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Edwin Bruce - Vocal and Guitar Roland Janes - Guitar Stan Kesler - Bass James M. Van Eaton - Drums Jimmy Smith - Piano Out of nowhere came Memphis teenager Edwin Bruce with this minor key rocker. "Rock Boppin' Baby" is a highly effective record, although it owes precious little to the country traditions that feuled most of Sun's best rockabilly. Nevertheless, the arrangement builds considerable tension with its muted string verses, before letting it fly during the release, which transforms the song back into a major key. In Sam Phillips' words, the young Mr. Bruce has "the sincere pleading quality which can switch to fire and volume to sock up the tempo for contrast". A bit wordy, but you get the idea.
Johnny Cash - Hey Porter - 1955 Rockabilly - SUN 221
 
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B Side of Johnny Cash very first single that he ever released! Johnny Cash - Vocal and Guitar Luther Perkins - Guitar Marshall Grant - Bass Johnny Cash wrote the song while on his way home from a four year stint in the United States Air Force. He was stationed in Landsberg, Germany, and as such felt elated to be returning to his native South. The song is available on many compilations, such as ''The Complete Sun Singles Collection'', ''The Essential Johnny Cash'', ''Ring Of Fire: The Legend of Johnny Cash Volume Two'', ''The Legend''. The song "Hey Porter" was covered by Ry Cooder in 1972 on his second album ''Into the Purple Valley'
Jerry Lee Lewis - High School Confidential - 1958 Rock N Roll - SUN 296
 
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Jerry Lee Lewis - Vocal and Piano Roland Janes and/or Billy Riley - Guitar Jay W. Brown - Bass Jimmy M. Van Eaton - Drums His classic 5th single, and the title track from the movie of the same name which features Jerry and his band performing the song over the opening and closing credits. Although it was 25 years before we knew it, Sam Phillips spliced the ending from a different take onto the original release (the unspliced take was finally issued on ''The Sun Years'' box-set in 1983). Like several of his hits, this song was re-cut both for 1963’s ''Golden Hits'' and the 1989 (recorded 1988) ''Great Balls Of Fire''! movie soundtrack album. Incidentally there’s also an instrumental version of the song on ''The Session'' from 1973, but this does NOT feature Jerry Lee Lewis. Sun 296 reached at number 21 on the Billboard's Pop charts; at number 5 on Billboard's Rhythm and Blues chart, and number 9 on the Billboard's Country and Western charts Until the ill-fated bioflick "Great Balls Of Fire" hit the big screen in the early 1990s, this was Jerry Lee's closest flirtation with Hollywood. In retrospect, all it did was saddle him with a contrived piece of material and an association with a slapdash exploitation film that did about as much for his career as for Mamie Van Doren's. "High School Confidential" was written by Ron Hargrave, with Jerry Lee cut in for half by his manager, but neither of them could manage the trick of actually including the title in the song.
Buddy Holly - Blue Days Black Nights - 1956 Rockabilly - DECCA 9-29854
 
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Great 2 sider Classic. Its the B side off Love Me. This is Holly's first single he did and was released in 1956 on DECCA Records. The song was writen by Ben Hall
Johnny Cash - You Dreamer You - 1959 Country - Columbia 4-41371
 
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Johnny's 3rd singel on SUN Records from 1959. This was one off my very very first records i ever bought.
Eddie Meduza - Gasen I Botten - 1981 Rock N Roll - CBS ‎A1870
 
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Detta EX är även till Salu på tradera!! :) Länk till den! https://www.tradera.com/item/340427/316439144/eddie-meduza-singel-mera-brannvin-mega-rare-cbs-1980-
Elvis Presley - Love Letters - 1966 Ballad - RCA 47-8870
 
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"Love Letters" is a 1945 popular song with lyrics by Edward Heyman and music by Victor Young. The song appeared, without lyrics, in the movie of the same name, and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1945 but lost out to “It Might as Well Be Spring”. In 1961, Era Records released Ketty Lester's single "I'm a Fool to Want You" b/w "Love Letters". Radio listeners and disc jockeys preferred the B-side, and Lester's recording of "Love Letters", which featured Lincoln Mayorga's sparse piano arrangement and Earl Palmer on drums, rose to #5 on the Billboard Hot 100 early in 1962.
Eddie Meduza - Snikne Norstedt! - Outgiven Version
 
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Original Versionen av låten Hakan! Denna låten handlar mer eller mindre till 100 procent om Errols far. En rätt lustig bete detta med härlig text... Tror dock att det finns mer sorg bakom den igentligen. Hakan är en av Eddie Meduzas mest kända och folkkära låtar, absoluta originalversionen var med på kassetten E. Hilter & Luftkaffe Nr. 1, en ny-inspelning var med på kassetten E. Hitler & Luftwaffe Nr. 2, sen gjordes en version som var med på plattan Garagetaper och sen finns ytterligare två versioner på plattorna Värsting Hits och Dance Mix.
Johnny Cash - I Still Miss Someone - 1958 Country - Columbia 4-41313
 
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Wonderful Country by Cash! i really love this number. it was one off my very first records i bought 8 years ago. Its the B side off Don't Take Your Guns To Town Cash wrote "I Still Miss Someone" with his nephew, Roy Cash, Jr. He performed "I Still Miss Someone" during At Folsom Prison and most of Cash's live recordings after the 1960s also included this song. Cash appeared in Eat the Document, which documented Bob Dylan's 1966 world tour, performing "I Still Miss Someone" with Dylan backstage. Cash later recorded the song as a duet with Dylan during sessions for Dylan's album Nashville Skyline in 1969; however, this duet has never been officially released.
Johnny Cash - There You Go - 1956 Rockabilly - SUN 258
 
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Johnny Cash - Vocal and Guitar Luther Perkins - Guitar Marshall Grant – Bass Likewise, "There You Go" is a flawless affort by all. The song is plainly a more conventional 'pop' outing, yet Cash's unique sound and integrity as a country artist are never compromised. In his later career, Johnny Cash may have occasionally reached this level of artistic success, but he never surpassed it. A gem.
Eddie Meduza - Roll Over Beethoven - Vild Demo Version!
 
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Outgiven Demo Version av Roll Over Beethoven av Eddie Meduza! Han gjorde en Ny inspelning 1979 som var B sida på singeln Socialdemokraterna. Denna version är väl enligt mig lite Hank C Burnette! Lite såhär snabbt ihop slängd. Originalet spelades in av Chuck Berry 1956 på CHESS Records. Band som The Beatles, Sonics. Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) Gene Vincent samt många andra band har gjort kända Covers.
Lefty Frizzell - Heaven's Plan - 1961 Country - Columbia 4-41984
 
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Wonderful Country Teener from 1961. This is one off Lefty's best singles and one off the absolut best singles Columbia ever recorded! This song will always mean alot to me in a Romantic way.. As it will always remind me off one person.. The lyrics on this one is absolutly fantastic and cute!
Carl Mann - Rockin' Love - 1959 Rock N Roll - Phillips 3546
 
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Rockin' Love is an fine number by Carl Mann! Rockin' Love was originally recorded for JAXON Records in a more Rockabilly way! It was released on Jaxon in 1957. 2 Years later Carl Re-Recorded it for Phillips int.
Jerry Lee Lewis - Crazy Arms - 1956 Country - SUN 259
 
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The very first single of Rock N Roll Legend Jerry Lee! Original Version from SUN Singel. Jerry Lee Lewis - Vocal and Piano Roland Janes - Guitar off-mic on "Grazy Arms". James M. Van Eaton - Drums Billy Riley - Guitar last note on "Crazy Arms" In 1956 Ray Prize had a number one country hit and million-seller with "Crazy Arms" (Columbia 21510) produced by Don Law. The song, which was written by Ralph Mooney and Chuck Seals, peaked at number 27 on the Top 100 chart. Mooney wrote "Crazy Arms" after his wife temporarily left him because of his drinking. In 1963 Marion Worth had a number 18 country hit with his rendition (Columbia 42703). On this track Elvis and Jerry Lee Lewis sang a few lines of "Crazy Arms" during this Million Dollar Quartet session on December 4, 1956. Just three days earlier, Sun Records released "Crazy Arms" as Lewis's first record (SUN 259). "Crazy Arms" must have sounded decades old the moment it was released, for Ray Price spends the whole record on the edge of a pure Jimmie Rodgers yodel and the fiddles and steel guitar belong to another era, one in which Elvis and Little Richard are barely conceivable, much less standing at center stage. On the other hand, the concept of the pop star as a person on the edge of insanity has some of its most important roots in just this kind of country record, in which the singer confesses - and genuinely seems to feel - that his behaviour is a form of madness, that he has little or no control over what his body is going to do even though his mind (or at least, his conscious moral sense) urges him in a more godly (or at least sensible) direction. You tell me the difference in attitude between that posture and many random heavy metal band's. It didn't take long for Jerry Lee and teenage drummer Jimmy Van Eaton is forge a musical alliance. They had it here, the first time they met and recorded. Exactly which titles were recorded and in what sequence is a matter of conjecture at this point. One thing we can be sure of is that by the time they reached ''Crazy Arms'', which became Jerry Lee's first Sun release, they were soaring together. There was nobody there to fill in the blanks: no bass, no guitar, no strings, no voices. Just Jerry and Jimmy, whose combined ages at this point didn't total 40 years. Van Eaton is doing so much more than keeping time, it's almost comic. He's kicking and prodding, and providing drum rolls and counter-rhythm. It's like having Jerry Lee accompanied by a marching band. When Jerry launches into his 16-bar piano solo, J.M. follows suit and begins to solo on his drums. Much of what Van Eaton does here he would continue to do for the next seven years in the Sun studio, but never so much of it in such a compressed time and place. ''Crazy Arms'' runs under three minutes (2:45, to be exact) and there's enough drumming to fill a dozen records. The amazing this is neither of these young men knew exactly what they were doing. They were ''feeling each other out'' musically, taking risks, seeing if the other would follow.
Eddie Meduza - Punkjävlar - 1978 Rock N Roll!
 
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Nystartad kanal! Prenummurera gärna!! :) Följ Gärna oss på Eddie Meduza's Fanclub! https://www.facebook.com/luftkaffe/ Eddie's debut singel under namet Eddie Meduza. Riktig klassiker som alla av er hört! Original versionen av Denna var med på albumet Luftwaffe nr 2 från 1977.
Johnny Cash - Blue Train - 1962 Rockabilly - SUN 376
 
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If you like Rock N Roll please follow my band page! https://www.facebook.com/Guitar-Tom-And-The-High-Cats-1632794433465210/ Subscribe to my channel or be a Patreon Supporter if you want https://www.patreon.com/TheErrol1975 Johnny Cash - Vocal and Guitar Luther Perkins - Guitar Marshall Grant - Bass James M. Van Eaton – Drums "Blue Train" is another matter. This is really vintage Johnny Cash, and must have delighted his legion of fans who lamented the loss of the early Johnny Cash sound. Although early pressings of the record credited the song to Cash, in reality the song wasn't an original. The mistake seems natural enough since composer Billy Smith had done his share of listening to early Cash records. In truth, compared to vintage Cash train songs, this one was a little selfconscious and lyrically awkward in places. Cash's stumbling over the words ("as half as bad") doesn't help matters, but on balance this was more than Cash fans had dared to hope for so long after the departure of their man from Sun in 1958. Luther's four bar solos sandwiched between verses add a nice touch and that steel guitar sound on the intro had pickers scratching their heads.
Eddie Meduza - Sverige (U.S. Of America) - 1982 Rock - Mariann ‎– MAS 2370
 
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Klassiker från Eddie Meduza! En av hans mer vanliga singlar!
Eddie Meduza ‎– Sveriges Kompani (Militärpolka) - 1984 Polka - CBS 4409
 
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Här snackar vi bra musik!! En rätt patriotisk låt som Errol gjorde för våra Svenska soldater! :) Älskar denna! Errol kunde göra riktigt bra material inom alla musik stillar. Låten var med på Sida A på albumet West A Fool Away från 1984.
Johnny Cash - Straight As In Love - 1959 Rockabilly - SUN 334
 
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Subscribe to my channel or be a Patron Supporter if you want https://www.patreon.com/TheErrol1975 Johnny Cash - Vocal and Guitar Luther Perkins - Guitar Marshall Grant - Bass Unknown - Drums Jerry Lee Lewis – Piano "Straight As In Love" is as close to rock and roll as Johnny Cash would come during his association with Sun Records. It is also as close as he would come to writing a bad song. It showed, in no uncertain terms, that for all his artistry, Cash was no poet of teenage angst. Better to leave adolescent hi-jinx to their natural spokesmen like Chuck Berry, and get on with songs about trains and Big Rivers. The basic premise is fine: most folks can identify with horniness interfering with their studies, but phrases like "a swinging mate" and "a snook at books" aren't going to help your case. The track sat in the can for just over three years before slipping out at the start of 1960. Surprisingly, it reached number 16 on the country charts and, more amazingly, number 84 in pop before deservedly sinking into obscurity.
Bill Haley - Where'd You Go Last Night - 1959 Rock N Roll - DECCA 9-30873
 
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So far Bill Haley's best Rocker if you ask me! This is a petty unknown and rare number by him. Anyway its WONDERFUL! It has a Great beat and im suprised that this song isnt played more then it does. Give it a share!
Charlie Louvin - See The Big Man Cry - 1965 Country - Capitol 5369
 
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See The Big Man Cry is an Wonderful Country Teener by Charlie Louvin from 1965. Charlie Louvin was as you can guess the second member off The Louvin Brothers!
Johnny Cash - The Big Battle - 1962 Country - Columbia 4-42301
 
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Cash also voiced his personal views regarding the Civil War. He reached number 24 on the country chart in 1962 with "The Big Battle," an intriguing story-song set against the backdrop of the Civil War. It tells of the aftermath of the battle when all that's left are the dead and the dying with the "blue lying alongside the gray." It's a harsh recounting of the tragic toll that war takes on everyone on either side. There's an ominous feel to the song, as Cash successfully paints a devastating portrait of the high cost of war. This is one of Cash's most thought-out and fully developed compositions. The song drives home the message that the repercussions of war never cease and the battle goes on long after the fighting is over.
Carl Perkins - Matchbox - 1957 Rockabilly - SUN 261
 
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Carl Perkins - Vocal and Guitar James Buck Perkins - Rhythm Guitar Lloyd Clayton Perkins - Bass W.S. "Fluke" Holland - Drums Jerry Lee Lewis - Piano Carl Perkins was one of the founders of rockabilly, seamlessly blending blues and country music into a new art form. And this record is one of the peaks of that development. According to Carl's biography, it was his father Buck who suggested (at the recording studio just after ''Your True Love'' had been completed) that the band do this 1927 Blind Lemon Jefferson song of which Buck remembered only the chorus (about wondering ''would a matchbox hold my clothes''). So Carl cobbled together a few other stock blues verses and thus was one of Carl's greatest records born. What Carl recorded contains two additional verses with lyrics that appear on most Top Ten lists of blues cliches (e.g., ''Let me be your little dog...''). Indeed, wondering whether a matchbox will hold your clothes goes back at least to Ma Raney's l 924 record of ''Lost Wandering Blues''. Songs resembling Lemon Jefferson's and using something like his record's title (''Match Box Blues'') got recorded many times in the 1930s and 1940s, both by black blues and white country singers. Carl was part of a long tradition when he recorded ''Matchbox''. Its a tradition that has continued since Carl's record, including versions by the Beatles, Sleepy LaBeef and Warren Phillips & The Rockets. In a way, it's disappointing that Perkins did not learn the song directly from the old 1927 Blind Lemon Peterson record. It's fun to picture Carl sitting alone in the wee hours, playing an old Paramount 78, transcribing lyrics on a potato sack. But it just didn't happen that way. This songs recording date, listed as December 4, 1956, was Carl's first experience with the young session pianist Jerry Lee Lewis impressed Carl as cocky and arrogant, a point of view borne out by Jerry Lee's performance on the one alternate take present here. His piano-styling intends more to be attention -grabbing and showy than to fit into a Carl Perkins record. And so there are numerous glissandos, gratuitous high-key doodling, and ''Hey listen to me!'' moments. Sadly, one of thorn occurs when he gets lost in the harmonic complexities of a 3-chord 12-bar blues in the chorus between the two guitar solos. Somehow. Carl and company tamed Jerry between takes - to our everlasting benefit. The Beatles recorded "Matchbox" which was no more from Perkins' pen than it was from Lennon and McCartney's. However, they attributed the song to Perkins because they had learned it from his "Dance Album". Thus, Perkins began receiving astronomically high airplay and publishing royalties from a song that had been a thrwaway flipside to perhaps his least creditable Sun single. In view of the sums of money at stake, it is surprising that no-one was slimy enough to contact the surviving relatives of Blind Lemon Jefferson who had recorded "Matchbox Blues" back in October 1927, thereby creating a protracted and messy court battle
Charlie Rich - Whirlwind - 1958 Rock N Roll - Phillips 3532
 
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Subscribe to my channel or Like my band page on facebook! https://www.facebook.com/Guitar-Tom-And-The-High-Cats-1632794433465210/ Become a Patron and support me for early access! https://www.patreon.com/TheErrol1975 Charlie Rich - Vocal and Piano Ronald Janes - Guitar Billy Riley - Bass J.M. Van Eaton - Drums With this recordings begins the recording career of Charlie Rich, one of the towering figures of contemporary popular music. Certainly there was no one recorded by Sam Phillips who equalled the musicianship of Rich. Whether as a jazz pianist, rockabilly or soul singer, Charlie Rich had no equals at Sun. Ironically, it was his multi-ranging talents that made it difficult to record or merchandize him in a consistent manner. Charlie Rich had been working as a session pianist and house composer for several months when he began to receive pressure to record his own material. In truth, Rich would have been happy to contribute material and musicianship to other people's records, and never venture forth into the spotlight. But by August 1958, Rich finally entered the magical confines of 706 Union to produce his own release. The man who grew up listening to Stan Kenton found himself composing and singing a piece of teen fluff, consciously geared to Philadelphia in order to secure a gig on American Bandstand. Hardly anyone outside of Memphis knew what they were dealing with here. That that sexy virily voice belonged to a guy who could also turn heads and hearts with his blues and soul vocals. And fewer yet had a clue that the driving piano work, especially audible on "Whirlwind", was performed by Charlie Rich himself. Within two more releases, the world would come to know a lot more about Charlie Rich.
Eddie Meduza - Roll Over Beethoven - 1979 Rock N Roll - CBS 7831
 
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Nystartad kanal! Prenummurera gärna!! :) Följ Gärna oss på Eddie Meduza's Fanclub! https://www.facebook.com/luftkaffe/ KANON Version!! Det finns som ni säkert redan vet Millioner versioner av denna låten! The Sonics, Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) Status Quo, Jerry Lee Lewis, Gene Vincent och Beatles. Ja det är bara några som har spelat in den haha!. Errol gjorde dock en Demo version några år tidigare! En lite mer Hank C Burnette still på den.
Hank Locklin - The Girls Get Prettier (Every Day - 1965 Country - RCA 47-8695
 
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A singel to the album The Girls Get Prettier from 1965. Lawrence Hankins 'Hank' Locklin (February 15, 1918 – March 8, 2009) was an American country music singer-songwriter. A member of the Grand Ole Opry for nearly 50 years, Locklin had a long recording career with RCA Victor, and scored big hits with "Please Help Me, I'm Falling", "Send Me the Pillow You Dream On" and "Geisha Girl" from 1957-1960. His singles charted from 1949-1971. Locklin was one of country music's early honky tonk singers. He first recorded for Royalty, a small label in northeast Texas, but soon moved to 4 Star Records, a regional country music label, before signing a long contract with RCA Victor. He had an estimated 15 million record sales worldwide and his songs were recorded by many other artists, including Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, Roy Rogers, Dwight Yoakam and Dean Martin. He regularly appeared on the Grand Ole Opry beginning in 1960, making his final appearance in 2007.
Jim Reeves - Mexican Joe - 1953 Country - ABBOTT 116
 
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Great Uptempo Country single by Jim Reeves. This was his second single that he released. And it was his first hit. Featuring "Big" Red Hayes on the fiddle and Floyd Cramer on the piano, "Mexican Joe" was a rollicking, Western swing-influenced tale of a bandito and drifter who engages in a lifestyle of women, carousing and gambling. Reeves — an announcer on KWKH-AM in Shreveport, Louisiana in the early 1950s — had released several singles prior to "Mexican Joe," but none attained the level of national success needed to reach any of Billboard's country music component charts in use at the time. "Mexican Joe" became Reeves' first major success nationally and would eventually pave the way to superstardom. As was the case with several of Reeves' early national hits, "Mexican Joe" differed greatly from the smooth ballads — recorded in the style of the Nashville sound, in contrast to those early novelty hits — that he later recorded and made famous, including "Four Walls" and "He'll Have to Go."
Eddie Meduza - Tretton År - 1974 Demo - Outgiven Version!
 
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Hejsan! Ny kanal! Prenummurera Gärna! Är du ett Meduza fan så följ oss gärna på Eddie's Himmel! https://www.facebook.com/luftkaffe/ Outgiven Demo låt på klassiska 13 År från ERROL Plattan!! En av hans finaste låtar tycker jag!
Roy Orbison - You'll Never Be Sixteen Again - 1966 Teen - London 10067
 
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Great Roy Orbison single from 1966, This is an UK Single with an Dannish picture sleeve. Very Cool to own. Some off this where also shipped over to Sweden.
Big Bopper - Little Red Riding Hood - 1958 Rock N Roll - Mercury 71375X45
 
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B side of Big Bopper's Wedding. Fine Rocker by him. This was his second single after his release of Chantilly Lace on D. This was the 4 and final single he released on his life time.