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vendredi 31 juillet 2015

R.I.P. Johnny Meeks








Note: Tracks 1-14: Johnny Meeks vocal


01 - Blue Caps - Wrapped up in Rockabilly
02 - Blue Caps - Baby Blue
03 - Blue Caps - Yes, I Love You Baby
04 - Blue Caps - I Got a Baby
05 - Blue Caps - Blue Cap Man
06 - Blue Caps - I Lost an Angel
07 - Blue Caps - Silly Song
08 - Blue Caps - Lotta Lovin'
09 - Blue Caps - Say Mama
10 - Blue Caps - Down at the in Den
11 - Blue Caps - Dance to the Bop
12 - Blue Caps - Johnny's Boogie
13 - Blue Caps - Be-Bop-A-Lula
14 - Blue Caps - The Rap (Spoken Word)
15 - Cliff Gallup & The 4C's - Be-Bop-A-Lula
16 - Cliff Gallup & The 4C's - Unchained Melody
17 - Cliff Gallup & The 4C's - Jealous Hearts
18 - Cliff Gallup & The 4C's - September in the Rain
19 - Cliff Gallup & The 4C's - Am I That Easy to Forget
20 - Cliff Gallup & The 4C's - Jezebel
21 - Cliff Gallup & The 4C's - I Dreamed of an Old Love Affair
22 - Johnny Meeks - Red Eye
23 - Johnny Meeks - Say Mama
24 - Jerry Merritt - She She Little Sheila
25 - Jerry Merritt - Born to Be a Rolling Stone
26 - Jerry Merritt - Hurtin' for You Baby
27 - Jerry Merritt - Jukebox Fever

Found on the net long time ago.





THE LEGENDARY GUITARISTS OF GENE VINCENT – LP Magum Force

01 - Be Bop A Lula - Cliff Gallup
02 - Unchained Melody - Cliff Gallup
03 - Jealous Heart - Cliff Gallup
04 - September In The Rain - Cliff Gallup
05 - Am I That Easy To Forget - Cliff Gallup
06 - Jezebel - Cliff Gallup
07 - I Dreamed Of An Old Love Affair - Cliff Gallup
08 - Red Eye - Johnny Meeks (with The Champs)
09 - Johnny's Boogie - Johnny Meeks (with The Blue Caps)
10 - Say Mama - Johnny Meeks (with The Hypnotics)
11 - She She Little Sheila - Jerry Merritt
12 - Born To Be A Rolling Stone - Jerry Merritt
13 - Hurtin' For You Baby - Jerry Merritt
14 - Juke Box Fever - Jerry Merritt

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5 commentaires:

bebopcapitol a dit…

R.I.P.

big50s a dit…

FUCK! :( R.I.P Johnny

Crab Devil a dit…

That's very sad to hear. I remember going to see Johnny and talking with him many times (back in, I guess, the late 1980s). He used to perform at a place called The Landmark, in Glendale, California. The band sometimes included folks like Larry Dale (who had played on Rudy Thacker's "Mountain Guitar") and Sneaky Pete Kleinow. Oh, well. But thank you for posting the two albums and the booklet.

Crab Devil

Deanna Hornback a dit…

I am Johnny's Daughter...Thank you for your condolences :(

Uncle Gil a dit…

This is the least, Deanna. Your dad did so much and gave us dream and happiness. God bless him!