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0508 Peter Gunn - Duane Eddy (1959)

Henry Mancini composed this song for the TV show of the same name. The TV series ran from 1958 to 1961. The theme song was first recorded by him in 1958 and released on the EP Peter Gunn. 71 more words

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Mabry's featured in new commercial

Check out the commercial we are featured in as part of the new ad campaign, for Williamson Medical Center. It will be airing in the greater Nashville markets during Tennessee Titans games, The Voice, and networks such as SEC Network HGTV, History and others. 15 more words

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0480 Three-30-Blues – Duane Eddy (1959)

Duane Eddy and Lee Hazlewood wrote this song. It was recorded by Duane Eddy in 1959 and released as the B-side to Yep! In the UK it was released on the EP Yep! 28 more words

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The Sash My Father Wore

Myself and Mr Charity Chic were ball-boys once. It was at an East Stirling game. We must have been well into our thirties. The official ballboy in the area we were standing asked us if we could get the ball if it came our way, he was going off early for his half-time pie. 359 more words

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Bebe Panthere Competes

Raised on Madonna Records, Tarantino Soundtracks, and 90’s Punk – Bebe Panthere is an emerging singer and songwriter based in Brooklyn, New York.

With an… 169 more words

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0415 Cannonball – Duane Eddy (1958)

This song was written by Duane Eddy and Lee Hazelwood in 1958. It was recorded by Duane Eddy and released as a single. The B-side was… 43 more words

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0395 Ramrod – Duane Eddy (1958)

Ramrod was Duane Eddy’s second single. It was written by Al Casey and was released as a single with The Walker on the B-side. It reached number seventeen on the R&B chart and number twenty-seven on the Billboard chart. 19 more words

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