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1 - PERKINS, CARL - HONEY DON'T (LIVE'56) - (7")    NEW
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Carl Perkins is one of the unquestionable fathers of Rockabilly, his recordings in the short 3 years he spent at Sun Records are the foundation on which the genre was built, and have been profusely reissued over the last 70 years, being well know to any 50's rock'n'roll fan and collectors.This single includes two previously unreleased tracks, the first of which is the recently discovered live recording Carl and his band made on March 17, 1956 on the Ozark Jubilee TV show. Just 5 days later, Carl and his band were involved in a terrible car accident while travelling to NBC TV's Perry Como Show.As a result, they not only suffered serious injuries, but also missed the massive success that seemed was deserved after release of Blue Suede Shoes.On Side B you'll find the demo of Eternal Stay, a song he recorded in Nashville in 1963. The original tape of that demo was stolen from him during his first UK tour, a few months later.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Honey Don't (live' 56) 02. Eternal Stay ('63 Demo)


Format: 7"

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 02-09-2022
Item # : 558297     NEW
Availability: 2/3 WEEKS, NOT IN STOCK
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2 - PERKINS, CARL - POINTED TOE SHOES - (7") 
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Originally released in 1959.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Pointed Toe Shoes 02. L-o-v-e-v-i-l-l-e

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Format: 7"

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 01-09-2012
Item # : 430629     
Availability: IN STOCK
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3 - PERKINS, CARL - PUT YOUR CAT CLOTHES ON - (LP) 
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Carl Perkins was the first artist to score a Top 10 rockabilly hit in the States. The first artist to chart in the pop, R&B and Country charts with the same record - Blue Suede Shoes.. Major pioneer of rockabilly and rock'n'roll whose guitar playing was an integral part of his success and who inspired George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Dave Edmunds and countless other aspiring guitarists. A car crash on the way to New York to appear on the Perry Como Show, robbed Carl of national exposure and laid him up in hospital with multiple injuries when he should have been cashing in on the success of Blue Suede Shoes. Glad All Over, written by Elvis tunesmiths, Schroeder, Tepper and Bennett was featured in the film Jamboree and covered by The Beatles in 1963 on their BBC radio sessions. A successful song writer (he penned eight of the tracks on this release), he also wrote hits for the likes of Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline and The Judds. This release contains a previously unissued version of Sweethearts Or Strangers. Matchbox is one of several of Carl's songs covered by the Beatles. Put Your Cat Clothes On, a classic Perkins track that wasn't released until the 1970s, was covered by Brian Setzer of The Stray Cats. These sides, all recorded in 1957, highlight Carl at his finest, be it on country numbers like Your True Love or down home rockers like Dixie Fried and That's Right. The latter had one verse edited out on the British London-American release because of the use of the word "bugger". Carl subsequently moved to Columbia Records but never quite recaptured the magic of his timeless Sun recordings.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Sweethearts Or Strangers 02. You Can Do No Wrong 03. Caldonia 04. Roll Over Beethoven 05. Matchbox 06. Put Your Cat Clothes On 07. Your True Love 08. Her Love Rubbed Off 09. Pink Pedal Pushers 10. That's Right 11. Look At That Moon 12. Glad All Over 13. Lend Me Your Comb


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 30-03-2012
Item # : 499227     
Availability: IN STOCK
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