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Rocks
  • Artist: Duane Eddy
  • Label: Bear Family
  • UPC: 4000127172495
  • Item #: 8744X
  • Genre: Oldies
  • Release Date: 4/10/2012
  • Rank: 166448
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Rocks on CD

The instantly identifiable 'King of Rock 'n' Roll Guitarists' with all his big hits and the other potent rockin' tracks which influenced generations of guitar players. An atmospheric productions by studio wizard and co-writer Lee Hazlewood plus the cream of 50s Phoenix session men including Al Casey (guitar/bass/piano), Larry Knechtel (piano), Steve Douglas and Jim Horn (saxophones). The booklet contains a newly-crafted appreciation by fellow guitar ace Deke Dickerson and a clutch of wonderful vintage photos. - the Twang is still the Thang! - Duane Eddy is enjoying a late-career resurgence with a Mojo Icon Award, an appearance at the Glastonbury Festival and a critically acclaimed new album. But Eddy has always been a household name on the strength of the eternally enduring records he made for the Jamie label between 1958 and 1961. This collection features 30 of the very best rock 'n' roll tracks adding the best-selling 'Because They're Young' as a bonus ballad, and' Pepe' because it was a huge international hit. Nothing sounds quite as BIG as 'Rebel Rouser', 'Cannonball', 'Forty Miles of Bad Road', 'Peter Gunn', 'Some Kinda Earthquake', 'Bonnie Came Back' and 'Shazam!' They're all here along with many more. These are the undisputed top-of-the-heap rock'n'roll instrumentals in all their dazzling, reverb-laden, tremolo-fattened glory.