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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


Now Spinning: Mule Skinner Blues by The Fendermen (1960)

I’ve always had a thing for early Rock.  I have great difficulty walking away from Buddy Holly, Duane Eddy, Elvis albums.    Formed in 1959 the Fendermen fit my mould and were primarily a duo of Jim Sundquist and Phil Humphrey. 93 more words


0381 Rebel Rouser - Duane Eddy (1958)

This instrumental was written by Duane Eddy and Lee Hazlewood and was recorded by Duane Eddy in 1958. It was loosely based on the song… 68 more words


0364 Movin' 'n' Groovin' – Duane Eddy (1958)

Movin’ ‘n’ Groovin’ was Duane Eddy’s first single. It was written by Duane Eddy and Lee Hazlewood. It was also released on Duane Eddy’s debut album Have ‘Twangy’ Guitar Will Travel . 37 more words


The Greatest Hits Of 1986 (Telstar, 1986)

Just like the previous year, The Greatest Hits Of 1986 emerged a few days before Halloween. It includes seven number ones . Three of these had already featured on… 694 more words

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Flavorwire Artist Playlist: The Wytches' Surf-Rock Favorites

Black Sabbath doom and Dick Dale dreaminess find common ground in The Wytches. The English trio quickly established this on their first single, “Wire Frame Mattress,” which got its stateside release back in February. 439 more words