Eddie Cochran - Summertime Blues flac album
Title: Summertime Blues
Style: Rock & Roll
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Summertime Blues is the third album posthumously released by Eddie Cochran in the United States after Cochran's death in 1960. The album was released on the Sunset Records label in August 1966 in both stereo and mono. The catalogue number was SUS-5123 for the stereo version and SUM-1123 for the mono version. Side 1. "Summertime Blues" (Eddie Cochran - Jerry Capehart). Stockins 'n Shoes (Bare foot Rock)" (Lyle Gaston). Proud Of You" (Dale Fitzsimmons). Lovin' Time" (Jan Woolsey).
Summertime Blues" was recorded in 1958 by Eddie Cochran. It was written by Eddie Cochran and his manager Jerry Capehart. Originally a single B-side, it peaked at on the US Billboard Hot 100 on September 29, 1958 and on the UK Singles Chart. Summertime Blues" was recorded in 1958 by Eddie Cochran.
Download and listen free to Eddie Cochran - Summertime Blues. Download MP3 or another format to your phone or computer. Well my mom and poppa told me, "Son you gotta make some money If you want to use the car to go ridin' next Sunday" Well I didn't go to work, told the boss I was sick "Well you can't use the car 'cause you didn't work a lick" Sometimes I wonder what I'm a gonna do But there. ain't no cure for the summertime blues
Summertime Blues is the third album posthumously released by Eddie Cochran in the US after Cochran's death in 1960.
eddie cochran summertime blues album cover, rush summertime blues album art Summertime Blues is the third album posthumously released by Eddie Cochran in the US after Cochran's death in 1960. The album was released on the Sunset Records label in August 1966 in both stereo and mono The catalogue number was SUS-5123 for the stereo version and SUM-1123 for the mono version. "Summertime Blues" Eddie Cochran - Jerry Capehart. Stockins 'n Shoes Bare foot Rock" Lyle Gaston. Proud Of You" Dale Fitzsimmons.
Eddie Cochran Summertime Blues (1958) (Cochran/Capeheart). Originally a non-album single, after Cochran's death included on "The Eddie Cochran Memorial Album" (1960). On the studio recording the idiosyncratic chord riff is played on an acoustic guitar. It is played in D-shapes but the key is E major, so probably a capo 2nd fret is used.
|4||That's My Desire||2:06|
|6||Mean When I'm Mad||1:52|
|8||I'm Alone Because I Love You||2:21|
|9||Stockin's 'N' Shoes||2:16|
|14||Fourth Man Theme||2:01|
- Record Company – Delta Music GMBH
NotesThis Compilation (p) 1995
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