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Rockbilly Boogie [4000127154743]

  • 1. Rockbilly Boogie
    2. Please Don't Leave Me - (alternate take)
    3. Rock Therapy
    4. Lonesome Train (On a Lonesome Track)
    5. Sweet Love on My Mind
    6. My Love, You're a Stranger
    7. Your Baby Blue Eyes
    8. I Love You So - (alternate take)
    9. Train Kept A-Rollin', The
    10. All by Myself
    11. Drinkin' Wine, Spo-Dee-O-Dee
    12. Blues Stay Away from Me
    13. Honey Hush
    14. Lonesome Tears in My Eyes
    15. I Just Found Out
    16. Chains of Love
    17. Please Don't Leave Me
    18. Lonesome Train (On a Lonesome Track) - (alternate take)
    19. I Love You So
    20. If You Want It Enough
    21. Butterfingers
    22. Eager Beaver Baby
    23. Touch Me
    24. Tear It Up
    25. Oh Baby Babe
    26. You're Undecided
    27. Midnight Train
    28. Shattered Dreams
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 0000015474

  • Credits

    ROCKABILLY BOOGIE includes a 32-page booklet featuring photos, extensive liner notes, and a discography.
    Johnny Burnette Trio: Johnny Burnette (vocals, guitar); Dorsey Burnette (vocals, bass); Paul Burlison (guitar).
    Additional personnel includes: Thomas Grady Martin (guitar); Owen Bradley (piano); Eddie Gray, Murray M. "Buddy" Harman, Jr. (drums); Anita Kerr Singers (background vocals).
    Reissue producer: Richard Weize
    Recorded at Pythian Temple, New York and Bradley Studio, Nashville, Tennessee, between 1956 and 1957. Includes liner notes by Colin Escott.
    Personnel: Johnny Burnette (vocals, guitar); Dorsey Burnette (vocals); Paul Burlison (guitar); Owen Bradley (piano); Eddie Gray, Buddy Harman (drums).
    Liner Note Author: Colin Escott.
    Recording information: Bradley Studio, Nashville, TN (05/07/1956-03/22/1957); Pythian Temple, NY, NY (05/07/1956-03/22/1957).
    Director: Dick Jacobs.
    Photographers: Marty Arbunich; Hans Peter Zdrenka; Richard Weize.
    A more or less complete collection of the tracks the Trio recorded during its brief (1956-57) career, this is rockabilly at its purest and, thanks to Johnny Burnette's over-the-top singing and genius guitarist Paul Burlison's innovative fretwork, its most menacing sounding. Although none of these songs was a national hit at the time, many of them--"Train Kept a Rollin'," "Lonesome Train on a Lonesome Track," "All By Myself," and, of course, the title track--functioned as the playbook for the late-'70s/early-'80s rockabilly revival spearheaded by Robert Gordon and (later) the Stray Cats. The occasional pop misfire notwithstanding--"I Love You So" is encumbered with a sappy 32-piece orchestra and cornball angelic choir--this stuff is still thrillingly loud, fast, and out of control.

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