Posts Tagged ‘Rock and Roll’

Nervous Breakdown

May 17, 2020

“Nervous Breakdown,” written and recorded by Eddie Cochran, released posthumously in 1960.

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Somethin’ Else

April 19, 2020

“Somethin’ Else,” written by  Eddie Cochran, Sharon Sheeley and Bob Cochran, recorded by Eddie Cochran, 1959.

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I Wanna Spend Christmas With Elvis

December 21, 2019

“I Wanna Spend Christmas With Elvis,” written by Don Kirshner and Bobby Darin, performed by “Debbie Dabney” (or “Marlene Paul,” apparently Marlene Ver Planck). Accompanists include guitarist Kenny Burrell.

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Mr. Lee

February 24, 2019

“Mr Lee,” written and recorded by The Bobbettes, with the Reggie Obrecht Orchestra, 1957.

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Your Love

January 27, 2019

“Your Love,” written and recorded by Lou Reed (really) as a demo, while he was a student at Syracuse University. 1962.

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A Christmas Twist

December 27, 2018

“A Christmas Twist,” by Si Cranstoun.

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I Wanna Spend Christmas With Elvis

December 19, 2018

“I Wanna Spend Christmas With Elvis,” written by Don Kirshner and Bobby Darin, performed by “Debbie Dabney” (or “Marlene Paul,” apparently Marlene Ver Planck). Accompanists include guitarist Kenny Burrell.

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Atom Bomb Baby

November 4, 2018

“Atom Bomb Baby,” written by John F. Young, recorded by The Five Stars, 1957.

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See See Rider

May 12, 2018

See See Rider,” interpreted by The Animals (lead singer, Eric Burdon) on Radio Bremen TV’s “Beat Club,” 1967.

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A Christmas Twist

December 20, 2017

“A Christmas Twist,” by Si Cranstoun.

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