Best Of Duane Eddy MP3 Music (Curb Records) List Price: $9.49* Lowest New Price: $9.49* Availability: Usually ships in 1-2 business days* (*As of 11:24 Pacific 21 Feb 2018 More Info)
The Very Best Of Duanne Eddy Audio CD (Not Now) Now well into his eighth decade, Duane Eddy is still on the road and continues to make records with a new generation of players; these include Richard Hawley,who produced the Road Trip album for him in 2011, the same year he played Glastonbury. Enjoy this unique individual back in his heyday with this 3CD set, and, as the opening track so eloquently puts it, dance with the guitar man! Lowest New Price: $6.74* Availability: Usually ships in 24 hours* (*As of 11:24 Pacific 21 Feb 2018 More Info)
Have 'Twangy' Guitar-Will Travel Audio CD (Eddy, Duane) this album, released ten days before Christmas in 1958, stayed on the charts for more than a year - it was the Rock & Roll Hall of Famer's first album, inc. the song "Rebel Rouser", which was used in the film "Forrest Gump", in the scene when the nutty Gump is chased by a pickup truck Lowest New Price: $11.95* Lowest Used Price: $7.49* Availability: Usually ships in 24 hours* (*As of 11:24 Pacific 21 Feb 2018 More Info)
Guitar Star--The Complete RCA Singles A's & B's Audio CD (Eddy, Duane) He’s the #1 rock and roll instrumentalist of all time, a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer of long standing, and the sound of his Gretsch 6120 brought the word “twang” into the pop music vocabulary. He’s Duane Eddy, and here, for the first time ever, is a collection devoted to the classic single sides he recorded for the RCA label during the ‘60s. Those familiar with Duane’s discography know that it had two distinct periods: one, the late-‘50s/early-‘60s recordings for the Jamie label, and, two, the early-to-mid-‘60s sides for RCA Victor. Strangely, though he had seven chart hits for the label, the RCA Victor material has never really seen a good compilation come out in the U.S.; now, in true Real Gone fashion, we’ve assembled the A and B-sides of all 11 original mono singles he recorded for RCA, remastered from the original tapes by Vic Anesini at Battery Studios and painstakingly compared to the original 45’s to ensure maximum fidelity to that original sound that Duane perfected with Lee Hazlewood among others during his stay at RCA. The booklet includes detailed liner notes by Ed Osborne drawn from a new interview with Duane, festooned with rare European picture sleeves and photos from the RCA archives. Features such classics as “(Dance with the) Guitar Man,” “The Ballad of Paladin,” “Boss Guitar,” and “The Son of Rebel Rouser”…22 tracks of twang! Lowest New Price: $12.59* Lowest Used Price: $13.20* Availability: Usually ships in 24 hours* (*As of 11:24 Pacific 21 Feb 2018 More Info)
Extended Play Audio CD (Imports) The legendary 'twangy' guitar sound of New Yorker Duane Eddy has made him one of rock 'n' roll most famous instrumentalists. A sound he developed from listening to Bill Justis's 'Raunchy'. Independent west coast record producers, Lee Hazlewood and Lester Sill said of Duane "whilst recording sessions in Phoenix, Ari-zona, we discovered one of the most exciting instrumentalists in discdom today. We are speaking of a handsome six feet of guitar player whose name decorates this al-bum" Together with producer Lee Hazlewood, Duane would go on to write many hits mixed with versions of standards, using the bass strings of his Grestch guitar recorded through an echo chamber. The debut 'Movin' 'n' Groovin' was the first of many chart successes on which, over the following six years, he repeated his hit formula to even greater effect. In the UK he notched up fifteen top twenty hits in the glory years be-tween September 1958 and November 1962. Selling millions of records worldwide he was voted number one instrumentalist by famed T. V. Show American Bandstand in it's poll of listeners for 1959 and for the following five years. Here in Britain where The Shadows were top dogs in the instrumental groups division. Duane was voted number one instrumentalist of 1960 and 1961. Duane's father, who played the guitar for his own amusement, had introduced him to the instrument when he was five years old. At the time he showed no real interest until one night in 1955, Duane met Al Casey, whose combo was appearing at an Arizona nightspot. Casey invited Duane to sit in with the band and from that night Duane's desire to play professional guitar grew. It was in 1958 that his fortunes took a turn to-wards success. He met independent record producer Lee Hazelwood at KCKY radio station in Coolidge. Hazelwood spotted great potential in Duane and together with his partner Lester Sill, Hazelwood groomed Duane until he was ready to record. From that first session in Phoenix came Duane's first release 'Moovin' 'n' Groovin' but it took months of playing tapes to all the record companies in Los Angeles and New York before the tapes were brought to Jamie Records in Philadelphia. After meeting with them they signed up Duane to a recording contract with Hazelwood and Sill to a producing deal and released the single to great success paving the way for 'Rebel - Rouser'. This million seller was followed in quick succession by 'Ramrod,' 'Can-nonball,' 'The Lonely One,' 'Yep!' 'Forty Miles Of Bad Road,' 'Some Kinda Earth-quake,' 'Bonnie Come Back,' 'Shazam' and later by his biggest hit 'Because They're Young' a superlative theme music for the film of the same name. Together with Lee Hazelwood they had written nearly every one of his hits and his first year with Jamie, sales exceeded three million! An impressive achievement and the first time in the rock era that an instrumentalist had six top 10 U. S. Chart hits in one year. Lowest New Price: $7.36* Lowest Used Price: $11.53* Availability: Usually ships in 24 hours* (*As of 11:24 Pacific 21 Feb 2018 More Info)
Rebel Rouser MP3 Music (Legacy Recordings) List Price: $1.29* Lowest New Price: $1.29* Availability: Usually ships in 1-2 business days* (*As of 11:24 Pacific 21 Feb 2018 More Info)
Duane Eddy Audio CD (Capitol) Duane Eddy, His Twangy Guitar and The Rebels 1. Kickin' Asphalt 2. Rockestra Theme 3. Theme for Something Really Important 4. Spies 5. Blue City 6. The Trembler 7. Los Companeros 8. Lost Innocence 9. Rockabilly Holiday 10. Last Look Back Lowest Used Price: $24.99* (*As of 11:24 Pacific 21 Feb 2018 More Info)
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