8 thoughts on “ Black Widow - Link Wray - Rock & Rumble (CD) ”

  1. Mazilkree says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Rock & Rumble on Discogs. Label: Hallmark Records - • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Link Wray - Rock & Rumble (, CD) | Discogs/5(3).
  2. Datilar says:
    Licensed from Charly Records Ltd International APS. ℗ MCMXCIV, Éditions Atlas, Paris. Imprimé et fabriqué en Suisse par TECVAL. Liner notes say that all these seventeen tracks were recorded in 19with Shorty Horton on bass and Dog Wray on drums (but it seems to be wrong, as for example the Batman Theme was composed for the Batman TV series, according to Wikipedia,)/5(6).
  3. Arashimuro says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Rockin' Rumble on Discogs/5.
  4. Mik says:
    I am old enough to remember Link Wray's 'Rumble' of He fell under the radar after but recorded some great music thereafter. Link Wray might have been the initiator of the 'guitar band' era - followed by Dick Dale, the Ventures although he did a few vocals. I have played this CD over and over and never get sick of it/5().
  5. Vikinos says:
    Available on this label 34 tracks from the years to , recordings for Cadence, Cameo, Epic, Mala, Rumble and Swan. Comes with a page booklet with detailed liner notes from Bill Dahl.
  6. Shakalkis says:
    Our CD also includes two rare Link Wray vocal tracks, Ain't That Lovin' You Baby and Mary Ann, as well as tracks released under the name of his brother Vernon Wray (alias Ray Vernon) with Link Wray on .
  7. Dikus says:
    Two cuts with Bunker Hill are explosive beyond description. Many of the songs can be found on Norton Records Missing Link series, but this is a budget price with good sound. Leading off with the immortal Rumble this two CD set is recommended to all fans of the real fifties and early rock -n- roll. Link Wray was the real thing/5(5).
  8. Taubei says:
    A good track compilation emphasizing the early-'60s Swan material, although it also has "Rumble" and a few other late-'50s cuts.

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