Duane Eddy - Rebel Rouser album FLAC
Eddy's first album was titled Have Twangy Guitar Will Travel. The guitarist recalled to Mojo magazine November 2010 the coining of the word 'Twangy:' "We were recording in Phoenix, starting my first album, and one of the guys said, 'Man, that guitar sounds twangy. And (Hazlewood's business partner) Lester Sill fell down laughing. He'd never heard that word and it became a running joke. Between 1958 and 1963 he had twenty-seven records make the Top 100; with three reaching the Top 10 (his biggest hit was "Because They're Young", it peaked at in 1960). Esskayess from Dallas, TxAlways loved his 'twangy' guitar. I also crack up whenever I see the word 'twangy.
Watch the video for Rebel Rouser from Duane Eddy's Best Of for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. According to the Rebel Rouser Songfacts, this was recorded in a Phoenix studio that had an echo chamber what was originally a large water tank. A speaker was placed at one end of the tank, the microphone at the other, and the guitar "twang" was piped in there. According to the Rebel Rouser Songfacts, this was recorded in a Phoenix studio that had an echo chamber what was originally a large water tank
Duane Eddy - Rebel Rouser. Download MP3. Duane Eddy.
Duane Eddy - Rebel Rouser. Album: The Birth of a Guitar Legend, 2018. The master of twang! Eddy had 5 Top 40 hits between 1958 and 1963, I think this track was one of the first, in 1958. Has been played on. Germany 329. Radio Bob! BOBs Rockabilly.
|RE 1175||Duane Eddy||Rebel Rouser (7", EP)||London Records||RE 1175||UK||1958|
|RXP-6001||Duane Eddy||Rebel Rouser Vol. 1 (7", EP)||Reo||RXP-6001||Canada||1958|
|RE. 1175||Duane Eddy||Rebel Rouser (7", EP)||London Records||RE. 1175||UK||1958|
|45-HL 8669||Duane Eddy||Rebel-Rouser (7")||London Records||45-HL 8669||Italy||1958|
|RE 10.010||Duane Eddy His Twangy Guitar And The Rebels*||Rebel - Rouser (7", EP)||Disques London||RE 10.010||France||1959|
|RE 10.010||Duane Eddy||Rebel - Rouser (7", EP)||Disques London||RE 10.010||France||1961|
|RE 10.010||Duane Eddy||Rebel - Rouser (7", EP)||Disques London||RE 10.010||France||1962|