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Duane Eddy & His "Twangy" Guitar And The Rebels (The Twangs" The "Thang" SAH-W 6068 - (Used - 75-80%) - LP Record
Duane Eddy & His "Twangy" Guitar And The Rebels (The Twangs" The "Thang" SAH-W 6068 - (Used - 75-80%) - LP Record
Duane Eddy & His "Twangy" Guitar And The Rebels (The Twangs" The "Thang" SAH-W 6068 - (Used - 75-80%) - LP Record
Duane Eddy & His "Twangy" Guitar And The Rebels (The Twangs" The "Thang" SAH-W 6068 - (Used - 75-80%) - LP Record
Duane Eddy & His "Twangy" Guitar And The Rebels (The Twangs" The "Thang" SAH-W 6068 - (Used - 75-80%) - LP Record
Duane Eddy & His "Twangy" Guitar And The Rebels (The Twangs" The "Thang" SAH-W 6068 - (Used - 75-80%) - LP Record
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Duane Eddy & His "Twangy" Guitar And The Rebels (The Twangs" The "Thang" SAH-W 6068 - (Used - 75-80%)
Duane Eddy (born April 26, 1938)[1] is a Grammy Award-winning American guitarist. In the late 1950s and early 1960s he had a string of hit records, produced by Lee Hazlewood, which were noted for their characteristically "twangy" sound, including "Rebel Rouser", "Peter Gunn", and "Because They're Young".[2] He had sold 12 million records by 1963.[1]He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994,[3] and the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in 2008.Born in Corning, New York, he began playing the guitar at the age of five. In 1951 his family moved to Tucson, and then to Coolidge, Arizona.[1] At the age of 16 he obtained a Chet Atkins model Gretsch guitar, and formed a duo, Jimmy and Duane, with his friend Jimmy Delbridge (who later recorded as Jimmy Dell).[5] While performing at local radio station KCKY they met disc jockey Lee Hazlewood, who produced the duo's single, "Soda Fountain Girl", recorded and released in 1955 in Phoenix. Hazlewood then produced Sanford Clark's 1956 hit, "The Fool", featuring guitarist Al Casey, while Eddy and Delbridge performed and appeared on radio stations in Phoenix before joining Buddy Long's Western Melody Boys, playing country music in and around the city.
Record Details
TitleDuane Eddy & His "Twangy" Guitar And The Rebels (The Twangs" The "Thang" SAH-W 6068
SingerEV. Freman Singers
ProducerLester Sill & Lee Hazlewood
ArtistDuane Eddy, Jim Horn, Larry Knechtel, Al Casey, Don Owens, Corky Casey, Jimmy Troxel & Ben Demotto
InstrumentsSaxophone, Flute, Piano, Bass, Rhythm Guitar, Drums, Rebel Yells & Twangy Guitar
GenreInstrumental Music
LanguageEnglish
LabelLondon
Made InEngland
ManufactureLondon Records.
Serial No.SAH-W 6068
Side One
  • My Blue Heaven
 
  • Tiger Love And Turnip Greens
 
  • The Last Minute Of Innocence
 
  • Route No. 1
 
  • You Are My Sunshine
 
  • St. Louis Blues
 
Side Two
  • Night Train To Memphis
 
  • The Battle
 
  • Trambone
 
  • Blueberry Hill
 
  • Rebel Walk
 
  • Easy
 
Specification
Size12 Inches
Speed33 RPM
Record Condtion75% - 80%
Cover Condition75% - 80%

 

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Artist
Artist - 1Duane Eddy
Artist - 2Larry Knechtel
Artist - 3Al Casey
Artist - 4Don Owens
Artist - 5Corky Casey
Artist - 6Jimmy Troxel
Artist - 7Ben Demotto
Instruments
Instrument - 1Saxophone
Instrument - 2Flute
Instrument - 5Rhythm Guitar
Instrument - 6Drums
Instrument - 7Rebel Yells
Instrument - 8Twangy Guitar
Instrument - 13Piano
Instrument - 14Bass
Leaders
Leaders - 4Jim Horn
Producer
Producer - 1Lester Sill
Producer - 2Lee Hazlew
Record Details
GenreInstrumental Music
LabelLondon
LanguageEnglish
Size12 Inches
Speed33 RPM
Singer
Singer - 1EV. Freman Singers
Songs
Side1 - Song1My Blue Heaven
Side1 - Song2Tiger Love And Turnip Greens
Side1 - Song3The Last Minute Of Innocence
Side1 - Song4Route No. 1
Side1 - Song5You Are My Sunshine
Side1 - Song6St. Louis Blues
Side2 - Song1Night Train To Memphis
Side2 - Song2The Battle
Side2 - Song3Trambone
Side2 - Song4Blueberry Hill
Side2 - Song5Rebel Walk
Side2 - Song6Easy