Eddie Cochran And Gene Vincent - Eddie Cochran And Gene Vincent. Their Finest Years 1958 and 1956 album FLAC
A1. –Gene Vincent And His Blue Caps. Written-By – Gene Vincent, Sheriff Tex Davis. A2. Written-By – Jack Rhodes. A3. A4. Written-By – Danny Wolfe. A5. Blue Jean Bop. Written-By – Gene Vincent, Hal Levy. A6. Written-By – Jerry Reed.
In July 1956, Eddie Cochran's first "solo artist" single was released by Crest Records. It featured "Skinny Jim", now regarded as a rock-and-roll and rockabilly classic. In the spring of 1956, Boris Petroff asked Cochran if he would appear in the musical comedy film The Girl Can't Help It. Cochran agreed and performed the song "Twenty Flight Rock" in the movie. In a session for Gene Vincent in March 1958 he contributed his trademark bass voice, as heard on "Summertime Blues" In early 1959, two of Cochran's friends, Buddy Holly and Ritchie Valens, along with the Big Bopper, were killed in a plane crash while on tour. The Many Sides of Eddie Cochran (1974). The Eddie Cochran Singles Album (August 1979). 20th Anniversary Album (March 1980).
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Gene Vincent, real name Vincent Eugene Craddock, (February 11, 1935 – October 12, 1971) was an American rockabilly pioneer musician, best known for his hit Be-Bop-A-Lula. He performed with his backing band, the Blue Caps
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Cochran and Vincent would be backed by young British rock'n'roll musicians, among them, 16-year-old Georgie Fame: "We were told to report to this club in Soho to meet them. I remember Eddie playing guitar and we were astounded. Apart from his own stuff, he could do all that brilliant finger-style stuff that Chet Atkins did. Then he played this amazing intro to "What'd I Say" and apart from a few blues enthusiasts who had the Ray Charles record, nobody had heard it before. One thing that kept Eddie Cochran happy was a succession of girlfriends. After melancholy phone calls to a Hollywood girlfriend, the songwriter Sharon Sheeley, he was surprised when she came to England and joined the tour party. Parnes was very happy with the receipts and persuaded Cochran to join Vincent for a further tour in late April. The final week of the first leg was at the Bristol Hippodrome.