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Summertime Blues - Eddie Cochran - The Eddie Cochran Memorial Album (Cassette, Album)

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  1. The Legendary Eddie Cochran (June ) The Many Sides of Eddie Cochran () 20th Anniversary Album (March ) The Best of Eddie Cohran Liberty-EMI U.K. () (The mono 16 track LP/cassette is from the Rock 'N' Roll Masters series.) The Very Best of Eddie Cochran (June ) Eddie Cochran Story (6 July ).
  2. The Eddie Cochran Memorial Album is the second album by Eddie Cochran, released on Liberty Records in mono, LRP , in May It had previously been issued as 12 of His Biggest Hits in April with the same catalogue number, but after Cochran's death on April 17 it was retitled and reissued, and has remained so titled ever since. It is currently in print on the Magic Records label in.
  3. May 15,  · Eddie Cochran - Summertime Blues Album - The Eddie Cochran Memorial Album -Cover-.
  4. Eddie Cochran had a voce similar to Presley's, and the recording on these two CDs is excellent. However the presentation of the discs is a mess, with few titles being in their allotted slots. On the other hand the total number of songs is 45 and not the 34 shown on the sleeve/5(30).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of The Eddie Cochran Memorial Album on Discogs. Label: Liberty - C,Liberty - C • Format: Cassette Album, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll5/5(1).
  6. Eddie Cochran died very young, but not before producing some great songs and bringing in a new guitar style. The big hits (postumous) were C'mon Everybody, Three Steps to Heaven and Summertime Blues. My favourite is Somethin' Else, a perfect little two minute single about girls and cars. It was what rock'n'roll was all about.4/5(44).
  7. Summertime Blues This song is by Eddie Cochran and appears on the compilation album The Eddie Cochran Memorial Album () on the album The Original () on the album Somethin' Else: The Fine Lookin' Hits Of Eddie Cochran () This song is available as a downloadable track for the video game Rocksmith I'm a-gonna raise a fuss I'm a-gonna raise a holler About .
  8. For the summertime blues Well my mama and papa told me "Son, you gotta make some money If you wanna use the car To go a-ridin' next Sunday" Well, I didn't go to work Told the boss I was sick "You can't use the car 'Cause you didn't work a lick" Sometimes I wonder What I'm-a gonna do But there ain't no cure For the summertime blues I'm gonna.
  9. Summertime Blues is the third album posthumously released by Eddie Cochran in the United States after Cochran's death in Content. The album was released on the Sunset Records label in August in both stereo and mono. The catalogue number was SUS for the stereo version and SUM for the mono version. Track listing. Side 1.

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