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Duane Eddy

Duane Eddy (born April 26, 1938) is a Grammy Award-winning American guitarist. In the late 1950s and early 1960s he had a string of hit records, produced by Lee Hazlewood, which were noted for their characteristically twangy sound, including Rebel Rouser , Peter Gunn , and Because They're Young .

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"But before they shut that door, there's somethin' we just gotta do" (Dance with the) Guitar Man, Duane Eddy, 1962
The Corrs, Eric Benet, Duane Eddy, Shawn Desman, Alanis, BT, Max-A-Million & Dan Hill. Just a few of the over 470 interviews on the show.
they almost fulfill my fantasy of Duane Eddy & Elvis recording together.
now playing Peter Gunn by Art of Noise - Duane Eddy
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Because They're Young by Duane Eddy is in Cricketers, Brighton. Download it now at
King Khan and the Shrines is The Waterboys, James Brown, Television, The Clash, Duane Eddy and an Osterizer.
Somebody is playing Duane Eddy's Rebel Rouser in the drywall in the car.
Cool Morning Sun -- very sweet and haunted by Duane Eddy's Grand Daddy
Beth Nielson Chapman and I cooked dinner for Duane and Deed Eddy and Ray and Siobhan Kennedy last…
The usual Instrumental Interlude is supplied by The Shadows and the Featured Artist is Duane Eddy.
some very cool old original 45rpm singles arrived at the shop. Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Everly Brothers, Sam Cooke, Ricky Nelson, Big Bopper, David Seville, Duane Eddy, and a bunch more. Also some more obscure Philly area acts like Mary Swan and Tony Darro.
Duane Eddy performs at the Buddy Holly Tribute Show on PBS TV.
ALBUM RELEASE DAY! Dex Romweber Duo's 'Images 13' is out now on CD, limited edition LP, and digital! Buy it here: with his whip-wristed sister Sara Romweber on drums, takes 'Images 13' through neon-lit alleys, full of pulp fiction juvey rock, sci-fi theme songs, and greasy denim hipster jive. Effortlessly versatile and raucously dismissive of genre constraints, exciting and darkly romantic, Images 13 would make everyone from Duane Eddy to Stan Kenton to Lenny Bruce crack a smile, a joke, or the seal on a fifth of rye and head for the Naugahyde ice bucket. Check out the Duo on tour with The Reverend Peyton's Big *** Band:
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If you choose to participate, list 20 albums that have stayed with you over the years. Don't think too much about it or take too long. these albums just have to mean something too you. Then tag at least 10 of your friends. Please copy me so i can see your list. OK, I'll begin... 1. Swiss Movement, Eddie Harris and Les McCann. 2. Moby Grape. 3. El Mirage, Jimmy Webb. 4. In a Silent Way, Miles Davis. 5. Rough Mix, Ronnie Lane and Pete Townshend. 6. Live at the Five Spot, Eric Dolphy. 7. East West, Paul Butterfield Blues Band. 8. The Inner Mounting Flame, Mahavishnu Orchestra. 9. Bluesbreakers, John Mayall. 10. In Concert, Gary Burton Quartet. 11. Rubber Soul, the Beatles. 12. Aftermath, the Rolling Stones. 13. John Wesley Harding, Bob Dylan. 14. Music from Big Pink, the Band. 15. Dear Mr. Fantasy, Traffic. 16. Expansions, McCoy Tyner. 17. Have Twangy Guitar, Will Travel, Duane Eddy. 18. Beach Boys Party, the Beach Boys. 19. Collections, Young Rascals. 20. Fresh Cream, Cream.
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It was fifty years ago (the second Sunday in Feb. 1964) The Beatles made their U.S. debut via The Ed Sullivan Show. I saw that show from Lackland AFB in San Antonio, TX. I remember it well because I didn't know they were to be on TV nor did I much care. But in those brief few minutes my life changed forever. I'd already been playing drums about four or five years at the time. When I saw Ringo's matched grip on the sticks, his loose hi-hat cymbals... giving them an as of then unheard of 'splashy' sound... my playing style and drum set-up copied his from that evening forth. And we haven't yet mentioned the group's wonderfully innovative music and their unbridled enthusiasm as they performed. OR... that beautiful oyster black pearl Ludwig kit Ringo played that night. Within a matter of months... the next band I was working with... 'The Casuals' out of Biloxi, MS... played nothing but Beatles covers, with some Duane Eddy and Surf Music thrown in. I couldn't hardly wait for the next Beatles album to be release ...
MOON ROCKET is one of George Barnes' original compositions from the 1959 album, DEAN HIGHTOWER: TWANGY WITH A BEAT. In the midst of Duane Eddy's popularity, ...
What is this? A ridiculously cool Silent Auction item!! Signed by, among others, Neil Young, Chris Isaak, Barbara Mandrell, Duane Eddy, ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons. Ya know this is going to bid high!!! Very, very cool! Thank you Bob Gordon!!!
FRIDAY MARCH 28th 2014, CATHY PONTON KING BAND with ARLEN ROTH Band Cathy Ponton King’s band with DC’s best Telecaster and slide guitar masters: MIKE MELCHIONE and ANDY RUTHERFORD and JOHN PREVITI on bass BETHESDA BLUES AND JAZZ SUPPER CLUB Beautiful art deco theatre - 7719 Wisconsin Ave, Bethesda, MD 20814 (240) 330-4500- order tickets now! excellent New Orleans cuisine- Ample Parking behind the theatre Arlen Roth is an American guitarist, tutor and author. His first solo album won the Montreaux Critics' Award for Best Instrumental Album of the Year in 1978.] He was a regular columnist for Guitar Player magazine from 1982 to 1992. He has performed with artists such as Bob Dylan, Danny Gatton, John Entwistle, John Prine, Rick Wakeman, Paul Simon (as well as Simon and Garfunkel), Ry Cooder, David Lindley, Sonny Landreth, Levon Helm, Bill Kirchen, Duane Eddy, Steve Morse, Albert Lee and Phoebe Snow. [1]Roth is a Telecaster enthusiast, and has written the book Masters of the Telecaster, which details the ...
Happy to see that Duane Eddy shared a picture I posted of me on FB recently with JJR, him and Steve Miller when we played live on Later! With Jools Holland
The Link Wray Rumble - Link Wray Best known for his three-chord instrumental rockers from the 1950s such as "Rumble" and "Rawhide," Link Wray had a long and winding career that included rockabilly, country, and classic rock 'n' roll. After a stint in the Korean War where he lost the use of one lung, he began making records for indie labels in the '50s. It was decided he would focus on guitar playing and he let his brother Vern do the singing for his back-up band, the Wray Men. Though his songs were gritty and often left of center (as compared to what was on the charts at that time), he soon gained a reputation as one of the brightest in a class of hot rocker guitar heroes. It would be a class that also included Duane Eddy, among others. In the end, he would be known for essentially creating the concept of the power chord. Rock superstars such as the Who's Pete Townsend and Zeppelin's Jimmy Page have both credited Wray with being their main inspiration, and the basis from which they built their riff-orient ...
My name is Ray Fuller and have been a life long blues guitarist starting young at the age of 9 in 1963.I started out trying to play along with my few albums by Elvis and Duane Eddy,my mother's Pete Johnson,Albert Ammons,and Lux Lewis boogie woogie 78's, then moved up to my older brother's Rolling Stones,Yardbirds, and Animal albums.My professional career started 10 years later in 1973 after leaving high school. My first really good amp was a 1956 Fender tweed Pro amp with a 15" Jensen which I purchased in 1976. I recorded my first album with that amp, and used it on shows with Muddy Waters,John Lee Hooker,Willie Dixon and many others.It was stolen during a burglary in 1982. I replaced it in time with a 1964 Pro Amp with a15"JBL, an amp which I love dearly and is my main amp to this day. I play major festivals and top blues clubs in the Midwest such as Buddy Guy's and the Slippery Noodle as a weekend headliner and always get compliments on my tone from other players.I often wonder how many more I would ge ...
Duane Eddy plays guitar on "Sweet Love Shine." It's from Beth Nielsen Chapman's new album, "Uncovered." Preorder:
Al Kooper - ReKooperation - A comeback of sorts after a long draught. The tumes here have great grooves and infectious melodies. The backuo musicians are fab, and support Al as well as anyone has. Read some of his website if you don't know much about him, as a songwriter, player, bandleader, producer and wildman. from-- MUSICMASTERS/BMG CD (USA) - 65107-2 / After The Lights Go Down Low / When The Spell Is Broken / How My Ever Gonna Get Over You / Sneakin' Round The Barnyard / Soul Twist / Lookin' For Clues / Honky Tonk / Clean Up Woman / Don't Be Cruel / Alvino Johnson's Shuffle / Johnny B Goode / I Wanna Little Girl A tribute to the instrumental albums of the 50s and 60s, this concept album has liner notes by horror-meister Stephen King. A doff of the fedora to Jimmy Smith, James Brown, The Ventures, Duane Eddy, Hank Crawford,Bill Dogget, Mike Bloomfield, and Ray Charles, this almost-entirely instrumental Hammond B-3 organ-led collection begins with The-then Rekooperators (yours truly on keys & guitar .. ...
For those that may not know but Stevie Ray and Double Trouble have been voted into The Musicians Hall of Fame. Not to far off one day it'll be The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame! Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble Amongst Inductees to the 2014 Musician’s Hall of Fame and Museum November 4, 2013 Nashville, TN – The Musician’s Hall of Fame and Museum revealed their twelve new inductees today; the announcement was made by Steve Cropper, Billy Cox, Duane Eddy and Joe Chambers. Inductions will be on Tuesday, January 28, 2014 at the 10,000 seat arena of Nashville’s Historic Municipal Auditorium. The twelve inductees for 2014 include: Barbara Mandrell Peter Frampton Ben Keith (posthumously) Velma Smith Randy Bachman Corki Casey O’Dell Jimmy Capps Will Lee Stevie Ray Vaughan (posthumously) & Double Trouble Buddy Guy 2014 Iconic Riff Award: Roy Orbison
So, What's Cookin' reckons its time to get the Xmas party season started this Saturday. Can we expect a surfin' & twangin' Christmas medley? Saturday 14th December The Bikini Beach Band The UK's Kings of Surf-Noir instrumentals The Bikini Beach Band are back, and they're purely & simply the best band you can get for a party! Flamboyant surf guitar instrumentalists twanging their way through original retro classics and contemporary hits. The True Story of The Bikini Beach Band began begins with one man,Jesus C. Escovedo, guitarist, revolutionary, ladies' man and 1956 All-Mexico Surfing Champion. Forced by his political beliefs to flee from his homeland, he escaped by stowing away on a cruise liner with only a guitar, a Hawaiian shirt and an autographed photo of Duane Eddy. www.bikinibeach.co.uk
Right, then. Since (some of) you asked so nicely, here's another chapter of my earlier incarnation HAIL HAIL ROCK & ROLL (Part two) Growing up in the 50s, I immersed myself in the music of the era. I soon wanted to play an instrument and do it myself. Initially, my mum bought me (when I was about 8) a ukulele and I joined a skiffle group at the local Cubs branch (I was expelled from the Cubs for refusing to go on Church parade!). We were bleeding awful! I was quite a big fan of Duane Eddy, so one Christmas, when I was about 12, mum got me a real guitar (acoustic) and paid for lessons at Potters Music store in South Croydon. There I learned the scales and bought loads of sheet music. Bert Weedon’s “Nashville Boogie” was my party piece! As I’ve mentioned before, one of the kids at school was Matthew Fisher, who later played with Lord Sutch’s Savages before joining a Southend band called The Paramounts (later renamed Procul Harum). We formed a band with Matt on keyboards, a classmate called *** Ro ...
Movendiose by Bill Haley y Sus Cometas (1964) | original by Duane Eddy and His 'Twangy' Guitar (1958)
Been listening to some cassettes from my archives today-the Knack's 2nd album, Duane Eddy's 1986 lp on Capitol, Blondie 'blonde and beyond', Laura Nyro and Labelle 'gonna take a miracle'.
Translation: Spindrift / Ghost Of The West Original Soundtrack Playing time: 40:47 Format: CD Label: Tee Pee Records, 2013 Style: Spaghetti Western Country Rock Review on 21/11/2013 Wolfgang Giese Somehow this music sounds crazy. Is this serious or wants us verschaukeln the band here?Founded Spindrift of Kirpatrick Thomas already in 1992. Since 2001, the musicians work in Los Angeles and developed those special sound we get to hear on the new record. The spirit of the Old West, as we all know him from countless films seemed to exert a great influence. This of course was not that special background music, then later with the Italo-Western (also called spaghetti westerns) started its triumphal march. Ennio Morricone is thus on Spindrift have had a decisive influence. It is planned to use this music in the context of appearing in next year's film of the same name as the soundtrack. Underlaid with a lot of reverb and a guitar sound that 'twangy' as is, as one of Duane Eddy knows, this howling ladies singing i ...
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~ Today's Happenings In Music History ~ November 19th: On this Day 1954: While driving from Vegas to Los Angeles, Sammy Davis, Jr. crashes into another car on Route 66 San Bernadino, CA, and three days later, permanently loses use of his left eye. While in the hospital, friend Eddie Cantor tells Davis about the twin struggles of the Jewish and African-Americans, leading Davis to convert to Judaism. (The accident, paradoxically, increased his popularity.) 1955, Carl Perkins recorded 'Blue Suede Shoes' at Sun Studios in Memphis. The rock 'n' roll classic became a US No.2 & UK No.10 hit for Perkins in 1956, and has been covered by many acts including Elvis Presley and John Lennon. 1957: Chicago radio station WCFL is picketed by the local chapter of the Elvis Presley fan club when it bans Presley's records. Nevertheless, the station doesn't flinch. 1958 - Duane Eddy performed "Cannonball" on "American Bandstand." 1959: An unnamed RCA executive tells reporters that, when he returns from the Army, Elvis Presley ...
TODAY IN MUSIC. 1958 - Duane Eddy performed "Cannonball" on "American Bandstand." 1954 - Sammy Davis, Jr. was involved in a serious auto accident in San Bernardino, CA. Three days later, Davis lost the ability see with his left eye. 1968 - The Supremes performed at a Royal Variety Show with Queen Elizabeth in attendance 1990 - Milli Vanilli was stripped of their Grammy Award because other singers had lent their voices to the "Girl You Know It's True" album. 1995 - Bruce Springsteen's thirteenth album, "The Ghost of Tom Joad," was released.
Looks like I was given from Christine Birshbach. Here are 5 things you may not know about me 1) Love many different styles of homes. Favorite style of homes are "nature inspired" with the 5 elements of air, stone, fire, wood, water. Love Outdoor living spaces and fireplaces... Succulents & Cactus are my favorite gardens because they don't shed... A "Tree Hugger". PORCHES make my Heart beat! 2) Love great photography, Pinterest, horses, dogs, and coffee 3) Love a VARIETY of music styles - Abba, Kenny Chesney, Alan Jackson, Reba McIntire, Luke Brian, Duane Eddy "Ghost Riders In The Sky", Josh Groban, Music show "The River Dance", Elvis Presley, Celine Dion, Bee Gees, Mickey Gilley "Stand By Me", Susan Boyle "I Dreamed A Dream", Favorite Christian songs are: Two Guys version of "Hallelujah", Wynona Judd can only sing "I Can Only Imagine", Randy Travis "Forever & Ever Amen" 4) Political view varies: Conservative-Mike Huckabee on many opinions, the Patriots (but not enough of them), Quoting Ronald Reagan " ...
2014 Inductees AnnouncedPosted on November 4, 2013 by adminSteve Cropper, Duane Eddy and Billy Cox announced the 2014 Inductees to the Musicians Hall of Fame. The show will take place Tuesday, January 28, 2014 at Nashville’s Historic Municipal Auditorium. Ticket information will be announced soon.In...
Today In Entertainment History - 1935: The NBC Radio show Lux Radio Theatre presents its newest find -- a 12-year-old girl singer named Judy Garland. 1958: Berlin, Germany's first rock and roll concert ever is staged, a performance by Bill Haley and his Comets that ends in chaos when the East Berliners in the crowd of 7,000 begin to fight with the West Berliners. Twenty policeman are injured; one loses his sight permanently. 1959: The Everly Brothers leave their old label, Cadence, for Warner Brothers. * Duane Eddy hits with "Some Kind-A Earthquake". * The Fireballs hit with "Torquay". 1961: Bob Dylan signs with Columbia Records, his first recording contract. 1962: In Dallas, TX, Bobby Rydell reprises his role as host of the annual Miss Teenage America Pageant. * The first Motown "revue" tour begins in Washington DC, featuring Mary Wells, Marvin Gaye, Martha and the Vandellas, the Contours, Stevie Wonder, and the Marvelettes. 1964: On the last day of recording their fourth album, Beatles For Sale, the Bea ...
Love Headcats music on cover CD of your new issue - 3 tracks! Lemmy sings Buddy Holly! Duane Eddy's own Peter Gunn! Respect
.A real emphasis on youth but I love the attention to twang -- Duane Eddy, king of twang guitar!
I added a video to a playlist RAUNCHY by Duane Eddy
Listen to "Rebel Rouser" by Duane Eddy on Pandora. Makes me wanna rebel.
New: Guitar Lesson – Duane Eddy – Raunchy: Dan shows you how to play Raunchy by Duane Eddy and Bill Justis.
Duane Eddy is my kryptonite. A lot of the riffs the BBoys used are his. :D "Peter Gunn" is my fav, tho. such an
Mooched round Chelmsford. Only Oxfam Book&Music store called me in. Tempted by '1,000,000 Dollars of Twang' by Duane Eddy on vinyl.
Hearing Duane Eddy on gave me flashbacks of performing at & I needed to sit down.
October 3rd: On this day 1945, Elvis Presley made his first ever-public appearance in a talent contest at the Mississippi Alabama Dairy Show singing 'Old Shep', Elvis was 10 years old at the time and came second. 1958, The Biggest Show Of Stars 1958 Tour kicked off at the Worcester Auditorium in Worcester, Massachusetts. This Autumn Edition featured; Buddy Holly, Frankie Avalon, Bobby Darin, The Olympics, Dion & The Belmonts, Bobby Freeman, The Elegants, Jimmy Clanton, The Danleers, Duane Eddy, Clyde McPhatter and The Coasters. 1967, American singer, songwriter Woody Guthrie died after suffering from Huntington's Chorea disease. Guthrie was a major influence on Bob Dylan and American folk music. The 70's film 'Bound For Glory' is based on his life. His best-known song is 'This Land Is Your Land', which is regularly sung in American schools. 1968, Working at Trident Studios in London, The Beatles recorded the new George Harrison song ‘Savoy Truffle’. George, Paul, and Ringo recorded just one take of th ...
Richard Thompson and Richie Furay from last night's show. Here is a rundown from Jed Hilly of the Americana Music Association: "Americana's Honors & Awards reflected the breadth of the genre's musical reach tonight during a sold-out show at the Ryman Auditorium. Lifetime achievement honors were handed out to Duane Eddy, Dr. John, Robert Hunter and prodigious American roots music label executive Chris Strachwitz, all in attendance. While performances by legends including Stephen Stills and Richard Thompson, and upstarts such as John Fullbright and The Milk Carton Kids, were mesmerizing, it was two of the genre's most prolific and vocal forebears that owned the evening, as Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell took home Duo of the Year, Album of the Year for "Old Yellow Moon," and then anchored an all-star finale performance of the Crowell co-penned 1978 Harris hit "Leaving Louisiana in Broad Daylight." The duo also performed "Chase the Feeling" during the evening. Billy Bragg and Tift Merritt presented Harris ...
Found time to have a sneaky pint of Guinness in the legendary Fagans in Sheffield - favourite haunt of Richard Hawley. Great Hawley & Duane Eddy posters on the wall.
G2G Day 82 - Had an amazing day at the Americana Awards, watching the rehearsals were amazing and can't believe the number of legends we saw perform. Dr John, Old Crow Medicine Show, Stephen Stills (Crosby Stills & Nash), Emmylou Harris, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Dan Auerbach (Black Keys) as well as some great new artists, but highlight for me was Duane Eddy, as soon as he struck his first chord you recognised his distinctive sound. The icing on the cake,was that his award was presented by one of my all time heroes, "Whispering" Bob Harris!
I just watched Whispering Bob Harris present Duane Eddy with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Americana Awards here in Nashville. Two men I'm honored to call friends. And yes, I just might have loaned Bob my Manuel jacket.
Frankie Avalon ("Venus") is 73 •Jimmie Rodgers ("Honeycomb") is 80 •Jimi Hendrix ("Purple Haze") dies of a drug overdose in 1970 •"Carl Perkins Day" is declared in the state of Tennessee, a year after his death, 1999 •Tommy James is saluted with a day in his honor in Morristown, New Jersey, 2010 •The Village People receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 2008 •Clint Holmes and Robert Goulet are among the inductees into the Nevada Entertainer/Artist Hall of Fame at the University of Nevada Las Vegas, 2008 •The first *** Clark Caravan Of Stars" tour kicks off with Lloyd Price, Duane Eddy, Paul Anka, Bobby Rydell, the Coasters and more, 1959 •Kiss appear on MTV without makeup, 1983 •Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass perform for Prince Rainier and Princess Grace in Monaco, 1966 •The "Elvis: Viva Las Vegas" documentary airs on ABC-TV, 2007 •"The Patty Duke Show" debuts on ABC-TV, lasting three seasons, 1963 •"The Tab Hunter Show" premieres on NBC-TV (it lasts one season), 1960 .. ...
agree I love the "Duane Eddy " guitar style in that one, too. Is that you?
On to something just a tad more funky, Duane Eddy & the Rebels with "Cannon Ball" …
Old school funk, Venetian folk songs, Duane Eddy, Santana, all set to road trips, cycling, dancing with Romaniacs;
Donnie was a member of Duane Eddy's backing group, the Rebels and that's Duane backing him on acoustic guitar
I need Slurms MacKenzie to come by and party to this Duane Eddy album.
I added a video to a playlist Duane Eddy - Rebel-rouser
"Because They're Young" by Duane Eddy was the no. 37 hit of 1960
Well it was originally sang by duane eddy, but its my... — Ah right, I'll have to check that out the! And Ooo ha...
The song title "Ramrod" can only mean Duane Eddy to instro aficionados - and it's one of his best …
Duane Eddy's take on the Peter Gunn Theme is my favorite version of that tune.
The "Twangs the Thang" man, Mister Duane Eddy here with the immortal "Rebel-Rouser" …
The 50s rock n roll 'king of twang guitar' Duane Eddy was playing tonight.. Fair play, he was brill
Duane Eddy, the king of twang guitar
a con Duane Eddy the king of twang guitar!
Brenda:I Want to be wanted/That’s all you gotta do/I'm sorry by Duane Eddy and his Rebels on Rock and Roots
And now Duane Eddy kills Don't be cruel.
Deke Dickerson recounts a great story told to him today by guitar legend Duane Eddy. It's a bit lengthy but worth...
In this day in 1959 Duane Eddy and his "twangy" guitar performed "Forty Miles Of Bad Road" on American Bandstand -
Two Years Minus One day Ago In Fishstory: Fish July 7, 2011: Boyer, Foster, Glass (gtr, vcl); Hennessey (bass); McDaniel (dr). As usual in recent weeks, no Evan nor Margi. The plan was to get an early start and a 10:30 finish, but the gods laughed. Charlie Rich in for Arthur Alexander as this week’s two-fer tribute artist, and Duane Eddy reappeared. After the Butch’s Pizza, Kingfish called all we played until we pulled that big noisy empty wagon into the Kettle lot and revved her up. I interpolated a couple of verses of “Get Out Of Denver” into it until we hit the last verse like it had said something nasty about our wives & we ended in a squall of bass solo & Rickenbacker car-mauling feedback. SUMMERTIME as a jump jazz 20 FLIGHT ROCK IT’S ALL OVER NOW BACK ON THE CHAIN GANG JOLLY GREEN GIANT IT WON’T BE LONG AND I LOVE HER MOHAIR SAM LONELY WEEKENDS MY BACK PAGES I WALK THE LINE CAROL SWEET LITTLE 16 SURFIN’ USA CALIFORNIA GIRLS GIRL, DON’T TELL ME HONEY, DON’T …. LOUIE, LOUIE I CA .. ...
Fourteen years ago I wrote an article about the Hangdogs in which I quoted the band's leader, Matthew Grimm, as saying that Duane Eddy had been one of his primary influences and that Eddy's music was "joyous." Last weekend I saw a four-CD box set of Eddy's music at a yard sake for $1.50 a disc and figured it was finally time to find out if Matthew was right. I was playing it last night and it didn't sound anything like I imagined--all instrumental, for one thing, kind of like surf music, which I'm really not into. I started reading the case, which listed a lot of other oldies that label, from the U.K., also markets: James Brown, Pete Seeger, Bo Diddley, Eddie Cochrane...
10 greatest guitar players of all time! no special order Scotty Moore(Elvis), Duane Eddy, Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page, Buckethead ,BB King, Angus Young, Chet Atkins, Alvin Lee, Toni Iommi ! Who replaces who? I could make 10 more top 10 lists but this is it
"Peter Gunn Theme" by Duane Eddy, His ‘Twangy’ Guitar & The Rebels on The Soundtrack to your Life!
She had a face like.Happy Bday Dadddy! Duane Eddy - 40 Miles of Bad Road (Live on Thi...: via
The first 7" single I bought (yes, vinyl) was Peter Gunn Theme by The Art of Noise + Duane Eddy. I used to love varying the speed!
Because they are young by Duane Eddy anyone can tell me what it was the theme tune to?
Instead it was a film theme & had the string flourishes to prove it - "Ring of fire" (Duane Eddy)
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If you'd not heard Duane Eddy's "Ring of fire" you might have expected it to have something to do with Johnny Cash, but it didn't.
my absolute favorite surf artists are Duane Eddy, Link Wray, The Lively Ones, Los Straitjackets and Longboard Ranch.
How unusual? Does it feature a classic beamer and Duane Eddy's guitar?
Good shout, you can throw in Chuck Berry and Duane Eddy for me too.
hello mr Duane Eddy, can you please look at your private messages please
Duane Eddy was in patriotic mood for his Apr '61 release. His A side was "Theme from Dixie"
Who needs a little Naked Raygun segued into Duane Eddy at the Harvest Market? You do!
Listening to Duane Eddy, Kingsmen, Animals, Kinks, Beatles, Piltdown Men, so on . . in a rock n roll mood
The Jan '61 release from Duane Eddy, "Pepe", was a move in the easy listening direction
Duane Eddy has become one of my favorite guitarists
Dull Saturday afternoon, so here's the next instalment of my adventures in Tinseltown... While I stayed at the Chateau I interviewed The Carpenters, Iggy Pop, Linda Ronstadt, Tim Buckley, Jackson Browne and Duane Eddy, an eclectic bunch to be sure, and maybe more but those are all I can remember. I nearly snagged Chuck Berry who was a guest at a party I attended at his LA girlfriend’s house but he wasn't having it, though I dare say if I'd offered him fifty bucks he'd have been game, mercenary ol' devil that he is. Someone had given Chuck, or Charles as he preferred to be addressed, a Polaroid Land camera and he spent the night taking pictures of everyone. Also at the party was Pamela Courson, 'widow' of Jim Morrison, a beautiful, sad creature now permanently in mourning for Mr Mojo Risin'. It was while I was at the Chateau that I befriended Bruce Johnson of the Beach Boys whose girlfriend Connie De Nave was Elton John's publicist. The three of us attended a birthday luncheon for his manager John Reid a ...
Breaking news: Duane Eddy out of Latitude Festival 2013 -
My introduction to Jena Engstrom came a couple of years ago while watching an episode of Have Gun, Will Travel titled "The Education of Sarah Jane." I was channel surfing, but stuck with the episode when I recognized rock guitarist Duane Eddy as the young man with a rifle hiding behind a rock as Paladin leads a runaway horse up a mountain trail to find out what happened to its rider. Paladin dismounts when he comes to a dead man on the trail and starts to turn the man over when... "I wouldn't do that if'n I was you." Paladin looks up to see moccasined feet, the barrel of a shotgun, and the fresh, inquisitive face of Sarah Jane Darrow peering down at him from under her derby hat. As the story unfolds the screen presence of this young actress takes hold -- "Why don't I know her?" I ask then and several times during the episode. I learn her name from the credits at the end of the show and search Internet databases for information about her. I see that she was active in television during the time that I ...
So, I'm singing the national anthem at Lone Star Park, on Thursday, and I'm not happy that Huey Lewis has decided to play Dallas that night. 2nd concert ever, Huey Lewis & the News w/the Tower of Power horns, and Duane Eddy opening, at the Lubbock Coliseum, 1986. Great show!!
"In 1970, I rode for fifteen hours in the back of a U-haul truck to open for Roy Orbison at the Nashville Music Fair. It was a summer night and I was 20 years old, and Orbison came out in dark glasses, a dark suit and he played some dark music. In 1974, just prior to going into the studio to record my album Born To Run, I was looking at Duane Eddy for his guitar sound and I was listening to a collection of Phil Spector's records and Orbison's All-Time Greatest Hits. I'd lay in bed at night with just the lights of my stereo on and I'd hear 'Crying,' 'Love Hurts,' 'Running Scare,' 'Only the Lonely,' and 'It's Over' filling my room. Orbison's voice was unearthly." -From Bruce Springsteen's Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Speech in 1987
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ON THIS DAY IN MUSIC MAY 30th (Don't forget to "LIKE" AMERICANA MUSIC FOUNDATION to get your daily posts of daily history) 1866: Opera "Die Verkaufte Braut" premieres (Prague). 1955: Elvis Presley was at the Fair Park Auditorium in Abilene, Texas. 1956: Time magazine prints an article entitled Teener's Hero, which tries to explain Elvis Presley's mystique. After a drawn-out description of his singing style, the writer says of Presley's appeal: "his movements suggest, in a word, sex." 1960: "Because They're Young" from Duane Eddy was the biggest mover of the week, jumping up from to Benny Goodman led the first American jazz band to play in the Soviet Union. 1964: The Beatles went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Love Me Do', the group's fourth US No.1 in five months. The version released in America had Andy White playing drums while Ringo played the tambourine. The British single was a take on which Ringo played the drums. At "Chapel of Love" by the Dixie Cups was runner-up, followed by the f ...
That guy Duane Eddy is a southern guy, he is wearing hat from the Confederate army of the southern states of the Civil War.
Here's a strange musical mix for the rhythms of your life..Nashville's Duane Eddy with Art of Noise..."Peter Gunn" :)
Peter Gunn - Duane Eddy (Henry Mancini Orchestra) Theme from the Peter Gunn TV series (1958-61) and featuring...
shawaddawaddi at the Odeon - cant you tell by the pics of Duane Eddy in the background?
The fact that Duane Eddy's at Latitude the year I'm not going really does take the biscuit
Duane Eddy has been added to the line-up, pretty cool!
'Some Kinda Earthquake' an instrumental single by Duane Eddy clocked in at just 1 minute 17 seconds in 1959.Couldnt resist looking.
After seeing Waylon perform, Bobby Bare calls Chet Atkins of RCA and urges him to sing Jennings. Duane Eddy places a similar call.
Late night TWANG with Duane Eddy and the Art of Noise.
Is that a Gun in your pocket or are you... ;-) Art of Noise - Peter Gunn Live featuring Duane Eddy-
I just used to tag Rebel Rouser by Duane Eddy.
Top 40 songs of the 1950s: Duane Eddy Rebel Rouser
I have no idea why this instrumental is labeled EXPLICIT, but it's great. ♫ High Noon – Duane Eddy
Deke's got yet another new release on the way, featuring some great guest musicians, including Duane Eddy!
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Many, myself included, came believing we were "Real Bearded Men". Then unveiled his Rolf Harris and Duane Eddy albums
1958: A new artist with a twangy guitar first debuted on the chart on this date. Duane Eddy's first single was...
Yep Duane Eddy Greatest Hits Founding father of modern rock n roll guitar. This guy still plays. Go see him play.
Duane Eddy - because they are young - good rock rythym guitar. Great escape from too many excerpts from CPAC
Love intuitive eBay "inspired by your recent purchases". I bought Eddy Current Suppression Ring LP - ergo I love Eddy Grant and Duane Eddy.
In 1950, at the Capitol Recording Studio in Hollywood, the King Cole Trio, featuring pianist/vocalist Nat "King" Cole and backed by the Les Baxter Orchestra, recorded "Mona Lisa."   In 1959, RCA sends a Gold record to Elvis Presley as his single "A Fool Such As I" reaches the one million sales mark.   In 1960, at the United Recording Studios in Hollywood, guitarist Duane Eddy recorded "Because They're Young," title tune of a movie starring *** Clark, Tuesday Weld, Warren Berlinger, and Doug McClure. Eddy and James Darren had cameos in the film.   In 1963, the English Rock group, Manfred Mann, give their first concert in London.   In 1964, the Beatles spent the day filming at Twickenham Studios for A Hard Day's Night. Filming on a stage set made to look like a train guard's cage, where the Beatles played cards and mimed to 'I Should Have Known Better'.   In 1965, Tom Jones was at on the UK singles chart with 'It's Not Unusual.' The Welsh singer's first of 16 UK Top 40 hits during the 60's. ...
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all is not what it might seem :- ps. sorry about the mp3 link HOW DID THEY GET THAT GUITAR TONE? Getting a great guitar sound is not always as simple as a plugging a great guitar into an expensive amp. Here is a few classic examples that may surprise you. It's no secret that Keith Richards used a Gibson Maestro Fuzz Tone to get that famous fuzz tone on Satisfaction but did you know Dave Davies from the Kinks got his early distortion sound for You Really Got Me by slashing the speaker cone on his Elpico amp? And how about that brilliant solo by Elliot Randall on Steely Dan's Reelin' In the Years? It was actually played through a bass amp as it was the only one they had available. Duane Eddy's guitar riff from Peter Gunn is a real classic but did you know the reverb was created by using a steel water tank? I have no idea how! Eddie Van Halen has given us some of the most powerful rock tones ever but he actually achieved it by lowering the voltage to his tube amps as it drives the power tubes to greater ...
Chris Weld's debut album. Recorded in 2012 and released in March of 2013, "When the Wicked Wind Arrived" is an all-instrumental story and the first entry in a 5-part series. A concept piece centered around improvisational guitar work, the album was inspired by some of Chris' favorite music; in particular, Miles Davis' "Kind of Blue", The Beatles "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band", Pink Floyd's "Meddle", Traffic's "John Barleycorn Must Die" and the Robert Johnson Collection. It reflects the era of psychedelic rock, hints at fusion, and pays tribute to artists of the instrumental guitar genre, dating back to early 60's albums by the Ventures and Duane Eddy, 70's albums by The Mahavishnu Orchestra and Tommy Bolin, and modern works by Steve Vai and Joe Satriani. The result was an album that captured a transitional period in Chris' playing where his guitar truly became his voice. Recorded, mixed and mastered at his home studio, he handled every detail of the album and aimed for something that would ...
A nugget of wisdom from Lenny Kaye: "A few months ago, I played at a Les Paul tribute with virtuoso guitar players like James Burton and Lonnie Mack, Dennis Coffey, Duane Eddy. And I felt like, 'This is who I am, this is what I do,' and I put myself in that situation and I just let it fly. I figured, 'I'm not them, but hey, they're not me,' and that's a great feeling of accomplishment. And I know whenever I go out I can play something that comes from me, I feel like I have these years to use as kind of an emotional support to do what it is I do, and I feel comfortable with who I am as a musician." - from Feeding Back: Conversations with Alternative Guitarists
Duane Eddy and his twangy, twangy steel pedal guitar break my heart :(
I'm listening to Peter Gunn by Duane Eddy on
Duane Eddy the "King of Twang" with his signature Guild "Duane Eddy "Model.Duane Eddy with Frankie Carr...
Evidence indicates that I was in the studio today with Eric Brace, Duane Eddy, Marty Stuart, Thomm Jutz and all 87 years of Mac Freakin' Wiseman. We recorded a Tom T. Hall song.
The Pony was center of my adolescence. Drive the circuit till it was time to go into the Pony.See Southside Johnny or Duane Eddy.
I knew a dancer in the late 50s early 60s in England.did Duane marry her?
“hello , is this really mr duane eddy” Yes, Dan. And thanks so much for asking. All the best, Duane.
Or from the Killer there's "Night train to Memphis" (also a good version from Duane Eddy)
Join his Lordship and his buddy, Mitch Mitchell, founder member and bassist of the group The Wild Angels, who toured with Gene Vincent, for an evening of political insanity, lunacy, and mayhem from the Loony Lord and tales of Mitch's time in the music business, where he backed the likes of Bill Haley, Duane Eddy, and many others. We'll both be playing some of our favorite tracks...You'd be a Raving Loony to miss it!!!
I'm working on a new track that blends deep house with a Duane Eddy-style twangy guitar. Betcha never heard anything quite like THAT before!
Same goes for the Peter Gunn Theme by Duane Eddy
Listening to the final masters of my EP and playing Duane Eddy's King Of Twang Gibson! Smiles all around. Man...
I added a video to a playlist Rebel Rouser -- Duane Eddy
Tonight we begin our celebration of the Hank Williams songbook. Duane Eddy, Gretchen Peters, Laura Veirs and Anthony D'Amato Music all talk about what Hank means to them. We'll also play an episode of the Hank Williams radio show. Hope you can join us tonight from 8.05pm on BBC Radio Scotland. (Richard)
from Katoomba RSL All Services Club "Put on your dancing shoes tonight! Sat 22nd December 2012 - FREE ENTERTAINMENT from 8:30pm till late. Midnight Drifters - 50's & 60's Style Rock & Roll at Katoomba RSL All Services Club MIDNIGHT DRIFTERS generate energy and excitement everywhere they perform. Each member of Midnight Drifters has well over 30 years experience in the music industry. The band plays 50s & 60s Rock n Roll. Dancers can enjoy music from artists such as: Chuck Berry, Dion & The Belmonts, The Mavericks, Eddie Cochran, Elvis Presley, Rick Nelson, Shakin Stevens, Carl Perkins, Gerry & The Pacemakers to name a few. Instrumentals from the Shadows and Duane Eddy are also amongst the bands repertoire and some originals from lead vocalist Craig Byrne. Midnight Drifters like to keep in the spirit of the 50s & 60s era to make your night a memorable one! Playing a mix of Rock n Roll, Rockabilly, Ballads & instrumentals they are sure to entertain and keep the dancers moving all night long!
What are you looking forward to this weekend in the Blue Mountains?
Bill Nelson and Duane Eddy have an in-depth conversation in the Jan '13 Guitar Player magazine
The January/February issue of our bimonthly publication, Yates Past, is going to the printers today. The cover story is about Leon & Harriet Lewis of Penn Yan, prolific fiction writers of the 1860s and 1870s. At a time when the average household income in America was between $300 and $400, they had a contract with the New York Ledger that brought them in over $16,000 per year. Leon Lewis was said to be the most highly paid American writer in the 19th Century. Also in this issue is the long-awaited interview with former rock and roller Duane Eddy who spent a few of his formative years living near Branchport. Never heard of him? Go to YouTube and enter his name or "Google" him. The issue will have another Sesquicentennial article and the rest of the regular features. See "Comment."
So he won't remember the instrumental 'Rebel Rouser' by Duane Eddy?
Duane Eddy and the Rebels had an impressive run of hit instrumentals between 1958 and 1962!
Collectible Lifelike Baby Dolls, Porcelain Dolls a
Deep in the Heart of: Six disc box set on Bears Family of the king of twang guitar's. Beautifully packaged in a ...
Duane Eddy's powerful 'Because they're young' is next on the
GuitarPlayer: A Demonstration of Affection: Visionary U.K. Guitarist Bill Nelson interviews one of his heroes, twang...
I just listed: 'Duane Eddy - His Twangy Guitar and The Rebels', for $19.97 via
thats got me thinking! My first song I learnt was Peter Gunn by Duane Eddy! Blimme!!
51 years ago: Singer Gary "U.S" Bonds took to the newest dance craze with his fifth hit, "Dear Lady Twist," which premiered on the Billboard Hot 100 on December 11, 1961. Frank Guida, co-owner of the Legrand Records label for which Bonds recorded, wrote the infectious saxophone-driven party song. Other performers who recorded "cover" versions of the song included guitar-twanging Duane Eddy, twist king Chubby Checker and -- seriously -- poet and composer Rod McKuen. "Dear Lady Twist" rose to No. 9 and remained on the chart for 16 weeks. Our first book, "Echoes of the Sixties" (available in e-book form) tells Gary's story.
Retroville - - presents 'Peter Gunn Theme' by Duane Eddy, set to images of Jayne Mansfield
Thanks for listening as always! Huge thanks to Jahmene Douglas for being my special guest. Remember "Vote Jahmene" and we wish him every success in the X-Factor Semi-Final Results Show - ITV1 tonight at 8 o'clock. Here's this weeks Chart Countdown. The Top 10 from December 1962 10 - Little Eva & The Loco-Motion 9 - Tornados & Telstar 8 - Rolf Harris & Sun Arise 7 - Mark Wynter & Venus in Blue Jeans 6 - Duane Eddy and The Rebelettes & Dance With The Guitar Man 5 - Marty Robbins & Devil Woman 4 - Chris Montez & Let's Dance 3 - Susan Maughan & Bobby's Girl 2 - Del Shannon & The Swiss Maid 1 - Frank Ifield & Lovesick Blues Remember, if you missed any of the Show or would like to hear it again, just click on 'Listen Again' at the website: www.bbc.co.uk/wiltshire I get to stay up late on Tuesday as I will be presenting The Late Show across the BBC in the West of England. Do hope that you will join me from 10pm Tuesday evening. Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
Duane Eddy (born April 26, 1938) is a Grammy Award-winning American guitarist. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994. Rock and Roll's a...
The master of Twang, Duane Eddy shows what it takes to be a musical deity in this short clip from 1975. I'm posting this for Duane Eddy's heir apparent, Tim ...
Duane Eddy used to be my favorite. I also got into James Burton and Scotty Moore. Big Jim Sullivan was a big influence.
My Old School Country Western Radio Show is coming up at 2pm. Tune in, to hear new 45's I found this week at the KUSF record swap. Including: Johnny Burnette, Bill Doggett, Gene Vincent, Duane Eddy and more 2PM -
Matchbox by Carl Perkins, Duane Eddy & Raul Malo... now at KWBC.FM
Jessi Colter Perhaps best known in conjunction with her husband Waylon Jennings, Jessi Colter was the only significant female singer/songwriter to emerge from the mid-'70s "outlaw" movement. Born Miriam Johnson on May 25, 1943, in Phoenix, AZ, Colter in fact affiliated herself with outlaw imagery long before the musical movement blossomed, adopting her stage name in honor of ancestor Jess Colter, a real-life train robber and counterfeiter who rode with Frank and Jesse James. Raised in a strict Pentecostal home, Colter was just a teenager when she left Phoenix to tour as a vocalist with twang-guitar innovator Duane Eddy, whom she met through her sister Sharon, the wife of producer "Cowboy" Jack Clement. In 1962, she and Eddy married, and after several years of extensive touring (mostly throughout Europe), the couple settled in Los Angeles in 1966. Under the name Miriam Eddy, she wrote songs for Don Gibson, Dottie West, and Nancy Sinatra. In 1968, she and Eddy divorced, and Colter returned to Phoenix. There ...
I found a cd i been lookin' for by Duane Eddy, it has 20 tracks on it, any one remember him?
One *** of a week! Made it through almost getting killed when my brakes failed last Friday-going over 35mph of route 80 into Stroudsburg, PA. Then Hurricane Sandy-Thank God no damage to house with only a day and a half without power. Then my Birthday-where Friends were sending me e-mails of Duane Eddy's "40 Miles of Bad Road"! LOL!!! It hasn't been boring!
the video of Duane Eddy playing live in the studio...
Duane Eddy & Jim Horn's 1st contribution to the Elvis tribute, networked by Central TV at 10:30 pm in August 14th 1987. • Opening Titles [0.31] (end at 0:31)...
Phoenix, Arizona guitar instrumental from the guy who also recorded "Snake Eyed Mama" for RPM and "Lie Detector Machine" for Guyden. This is from 1961. Writt...
Haven't found this on here amongst all the postings of Rebel Rouser, so here's the STEREO version from 1959. Along with Duane Eddy on guitar, there's Al Case...
Paul McCartney and Elvis Costello, the Chieftains, Pete Townsend, The Black Keys, Duane Eddy, Alice Cooper and the Carolina Chocolate Drops all on Later with Jools Holland this week.
Ford Prefect's "Art of Noise" Playlist --- The Art of Noise (AON) were a British avant-garde synthpop group formed in 1983. They were initially active from 1983-1990, releasing several albums, and resurrected from 1998-2000 when they collaborated on "The Seduction Of Claude Debussy" - a fantastic production - of which there are three tracks on this list: "Metaforce", "On Being Blue" and "The Holy Egoism Of Genius". At various times or in different combinations, the group's lineup has included Anne Dudley, Gary Langan, J.J. Jeczalik, Lol Creme, Paul Morley and Trevor Horn. There are a few tracks on this list by Gary Langan himself. American guitarist Duane Eddy reprises his twangy guitar solo from his 1959 hit single "Peter Gunn" on AON's Grammy Award-winning extended cover of the same name. (The original music was composed by Henry Mancini as the theme to the American TV show "Peter Gunn".) The Playlist is bookended by two tracks composed by a male artist (whose name now escapes me) calling his project "T ...
Unearthly Instrumentals of the Last Space Age, with Duane Eddy, Jimmie Haskell, Hal Blaine, more:
Please! Not even close! Many more way better than those two! Chet Atkins, Duane Eddy, Roy Clark, Jimi Hendricks.the list goes on and on
Duane Eddy and Jim Horn perform their 2nd number on the Central TV Elvis tribute, broadcast on August 14th, 1987. To the best of my knowledge, this is the on...
Duane Eddy and Hot soles on 5 live.
Went to school in Penn Yan for awhile.
Just found my 'The Twangs the Thang' album by Duane Eddy,and this little interview with Duane.I REALLY wanted that guitar ! Chet had one,Eddy Cochran had one,Duane had one,and I wanted one ! I never got one though.They'd change the design by the time I could afford one & it wasn't the same ! I bought a Tennessean instead .
If you need to do the old "switcharoo" again Eddy so Duane & I can win just give me the signal ;)
High Noon by Duane Eddy, theme song from the 1952 movie High Noon starring Gary Cooper, Grace Kelly
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I thought what I was good at doing was playing real simple guitar licks, since I'd cut my teeth on what Duane Eddy was doing;
i mean ed thank god u also spessshial!!;) wishes he see's the world like we do! Ha ha
we here for you Conweezee!! always remind me I'm retarded... I'm just special Ed :)
Do you ever think: What if I'm mentally retarded and nobody told me? ;)
Spotted at - Duane Eddy. Lots more, but really, that's enough, right?
Scared to tell you but it is Runaway by Del Shannon or something from Duane Eddy (in my defence, I was a child)
I listen to "Rebel Rouser" by Duane Eddy when walking to class. It quickens my pace.
As you all know, this is not the same Ring of Fire as the Johnny Cash song.
The mazda spins duane eddy followed by elvis costello. Today will be a good day no matter what!
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A track from the first album I ever bought, "Have Twangy Guitar Will Travel". Recorded by Duane and produced by Lee Hazlewood in 1958, the album spent arounf...
Well this is another song form their new album Come Of Age, you should get the song on iTunes if you like it, all credits go to The Vaccines and Producers an...
Hey everybody! Thank you for making this years RNR successful! Brian Setzer, and Duane Eddy showed up to mak
Yeah, so my iTunes is recommending Peter Murphy, Vicki Lawrence, Ozark Mountain Daredevils, Duane Eddy, Ashanti, and Melanie C
So the unstoppable Martin Stephenson asks me if i want to do the Bob Harris show on Radio 2 and then a gig at The Half Moon Putney..."Ahl think about it"... says i,pushing some guitar strings and a western shirt into my marksies placca travel bag.Next thing ah knarr we are all in the green room at Radio 2/6 etc with Britt Eklund and "Jaws" from the james bond films... then! we record three songs for Bobs show..(he is a total gent by the way...Bob is cracking up at martins crack and telling me how he is big mates with Duane Eddy... i give him "Diesels cd"...he looks at the credits and says "dave maughan? I know that name...i tell him he has played Daves band..The Maurice Quinlan experience on the programme..." I have indeed" says bob...Dave!!! you owe me a samosa!
My mom used to play Duane Eddy when I was little...it's stll cool.
I just used to discover Peter Gunn by Art of Noise feat. Duane Eddy
wishing my bezzy n her lovely hubby Duane Eddy Needham a supa feckin holiday , cant believe i not going with them this time , boo hoo but the wedding does come first lol safe flights my lovelys n see ya wen your back x
Listening to the Duane Eddy that Richard Hawley produced...amazing album.
My neighbors are gone this afternoon and I can play the 1812 Overture as loud as I like. It's my favorite piece of music. That and Rebel Rouser by Duane Eddy. When I am buried and everyone has gone except for my children and grandchildren, the boys are going to make these mountains ring with those two pieces and a bagpipe playing of
Gretsch Guitars : G6120DE Duane Eddy Signature Guitar - Promo ...: We had the honour of working with Gretsch Gui...
Just a little surf with before we leave Durban. What a savage holiday
From the motion picture "Ring of Fire" Starring David Janssen and Frank Gorshin (1961).
Twangin' from Phoenix to L.a.-Jamie Years: Twangin' from Phoenix to L.a.-Jamie Years Duane Eddy (Artista) |...
The name of this song is "REBEL ROUSER" by Duane Eddy from 1958. You can also hear this in the movie "Forrest Gump" (1994), in the sitcom "Happy Days" (1974-...
Duane Eddy This guitar was made for twangin
It would be wonderful if we could still had this type of music-Floyd and Boots--wow great stuff-
listened to song tonight. Sort of Duane Eddy meets the Arctic Monkeys via the Shadows. Very good -amazing it was banned
My kinda music from the old days. No digitising here.
Alliterative A to W: Good luck my friends! 1. SpongeBob theme words 2. Cartoon Character in the black and white days 3. How one may feel about Cocoa Puffs 4. “The four of us should go to the movie together” 5. He woke up quick, at about noon. 6. Hamilton, Jefferson, Washington, and others (1 word) 7. New York Jets team nickname of recent years 8. Shacks, village, towns derogatively named for this hated president 9. How are you feeling? “Not good, sickly” 10. Falcons Flanker 11. Beach Legend of Volleyball fame 12. Wrinkle from a sunny disposition 13. Arithmetic legend from Square One (1 word) 14. 48 Hours star 15. _ _ oxen free! All come home! 16. I, you, he, she, we, you, they, me, him, her, us,…. 17. “Shut up you stupid duck!” 18. Duane Eddy smash hit. 19. “For the Price of a cup of coffee” 20. Ninja Turtles saying for Michelangelo 21. Rick Majerus of olden times 22. Pope taking two weeks off for rest and relaxation at home. 23. Leaves of Grass
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.Ccand ..u guys need to leave kzn..now!
Nothing better than I run on the beach with after big night of drinking
Music roots Guitar hero version: Guitar hero is a popular video game as most of us may know. The term was coined to refer to people like Eddie Van Halen, someone credited with "making the guitar player the focal of the band". But if you love guitars or guitar players go back to some of the earlier guitar masters (gonna try to stick to a rock theme here but do some research into blues and jazz greats and you will not be disappointed.) The foundation players that without whom Eddie would have been just another musician to many. Give a listen to guys like: Jimi Hendrix (of course) *** Dale (The king of surf guitar you may know his work from pulp fiction or from being sampled by the black eyed peas) The often forgotten Duane Eddy (Check out his song Rebel Rouser) The Ventures (surf rock that had no lyrics just great music) If you listen to some old Doors you will hear lead riffs that are repeated by both Kiss and Pearl Jam exactly. And of course Chuck Berry Now if you REALLY want a treat Google one of you fa ...
Its a guitar- lead track. Old guitarist called Duane Eddy is the guest musician on it.
Epiphone Joe Pass Emperor ll owned by Buddy Long (Duane Eddy & Waylon Jennings) in Entertainment Memorabilia, Other | eBay
we all drinking feel sorry for the one left out RT
I liked an video Gretsch Guitars : G6120DE Duane Eddy Signature Guitar - Promo
Something Borrowed by Canberra Legacy President Bob Connor: '(Dance to the) Guitar Man' by Duane Eddy
We're going to have an amazing exhibit of Duane Eddy's guitars! Here is the big daddy. THE Guild DE500.
Heard on Radio Bop- the unknown "Yep!", with Duane Eddy's twangy guitar accented by shouts of, that's right, "yep". Not as bad as it sounds
this is a cool video of Duane Eddy. Duane Eddy Part 1: via
Duane Eddy applies his "twangy" guitar sound to the theme from the movie "Because They're Young"...starring *** Clark!
Rolling Stone put out a special listing the 100 guitaristof all time. Going Home didn't even get a mention. John Fahey was listed as 78.Richard Thompson 69. Duane Eddy was 64?Jerry Garcia 46. Chet Atkins 21. Santana 20. Neil Young 17. I don't want to talk about it.
I forgot where I came across this, but I sent it to the biggest rock 'n roll fan I know (which is saying a lot) -- Jim Goggin -- to see what he could do with it (I got 14, which isn't even worth mentioning). Jimmy got 26 (his comment/list is copied below). The "test" itself raised a few issues -- I thought -- which I hope will spark quite a few comments from you guitar mavens out there (are you listening, David Almeleh, Robert H Ingle III, Bob Cosgrove, and Robert Tuohy ?). Issues such as: where are women (Joni Mitchell, Bonnie Raitt,, Joan Jett?); old-timers (Carl Perkins, Chet Atkins, Duane Eddy?); older bluesmen (John Lee Hooker, Buddy Guy, Robert Johnson?); jazz legends (Django Reinhardt, Pat Metheny, John McGlaughlin?); and, last but not least, all-timers as great or greater than the ones pictured (Prince, Springsteen, Stephen Stills, Johnny Ramone, Ry Cooder, Alvin Lee (the first live concert I ever saw was Ten Years After, w/Alvin Lee), and so many others. Have at it, folks.
Duane Eddy - Last Date (1963) Taken from: 16 Top Tracks CD (As Pictured) Track no: 4 Label: RCA Year: 1988 This CD is from my own collection.
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I'm listening to Rebel Rouser by Duane Eddy on '50s on 5 at
Simply awesome. I want this song played as the sheriff chases me out of town. xD
Duane Eddy - The Trembler Written by Duane Eddy & Ravi Shankar In his early stages of his career Eddy devised a technique of playing lead on his guitar's bas...
Tommorow I will start learning a new song. Its a number done by Frankie Laine and also done by Duane Eddy Fred/ Zaanse Shadow
The great Duane Eddy performs "Rebel Rouser" at Marty Stuart's Late Night Jam in the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on Wednesday 8th June 2011.
Floyd Cramer, Duane Eddy, Boots Randolph - Waltz of the Wind.wmv
Glastonbury 2011. Duane Eddy on the West Holts Stage playing the theme from Peter Gunn with Richards Hawley and an unknown Saxophonist.
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer & Guitar King Duane Eddy listens in on a TKings songwriting session...
Only Duane Eddy can restore me to sanity right now.
This is the full 1-minute and 56-seconds version as released in 1959 for the UK . Only version available on modern albums is the 1minute 17 seconds version.
of Noise (also The Art of Noise) were an avant-garde synthpop group formed in 1983 by producer Trevor Horn, music journalist Paul Morley, and session musicians/studio hands Anne Dudley, J.J.
Movin' 'N' Groovin' by Duane Eddy is fantastic. I love The Nowhere Boy Soundtrack cover.
A musical journey for the birthday of Mavericks singer Raoul Malo, including some great Duane Eddy. 3 after 3 tunes 1545 92.4FM
is the only way. No pies! Thanks guy, feeling strongs. Will live the bakersman life soon
that thing will munch more than my winkie off. I get excited over good looking chicks, not the women's version of the hulk
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that thing will munch your winkie off!! Can't believe you got excited seeing her... That time she benches more than us!
The Pop influences that inspired Ennio Morricone's 'Spaghetti' Western guitar sound! "The Twang Bar King" does his take on the theme to the TV western starri...
oh yeah, I love when it goes in slow and burns my ***
Rumour has it that likes things in his *** when he's sick!
Duane Eddy is on guitar with vocals by the Anita Kerr Singers, Jim Horn on tenor sax, Floyd Cramer on piano, Harold Bradley on Danelectro 6-string electric b...
Theme song from the movie "Because They're Young" (1960) & from the Flemish radio and television program "De Pré Historie" (Radio 2 / TV1) Visit
"Twangy Guitar, Silky Strings" by Duane Eddy may be my favorite album of all time.
I don't remember my Dad ever singing, but when he would pick his old Trutone guitar this was one of his favorite's.
Need you Your tenderness, your understanding heart I hurt for you each minute were apart I need my angel now Miss you I miss the funny little things you do I...
Cool! Peter Gunn Theme done surfer style by Duane Eddy on Pandora
Larry Knechtel (Bread, known for his session work with; Simon & Garfunkel, Duane Eddy, The Beach Boys, The Mamas...
for all my US buddies, just getting ready for tonights festivities.
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I have Duane Eddy's Peter Gunn in my head, which is the only song you'll need for a James Bond Scalextric
Grammy Award-winning cover of the Peter Gunn Theme, recorded with twangy guitar legend Duane Eddy, reprising the lead rather than just being sampled. The Peter Gunn video featured comedian Rik Mayall sending up the private eye
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I'm wondering if an are sitting listening to Duane Eddy?
I'm in a new pub for the first time. The jukebox has started playing Duane Eddy "Peter Gunn". I think I'm gonna like it here.
Rocktopia news and review of Zeroking/Bobaflex show at Phoenix Hill Tavern..lots more thanks to Duane Eddy Burke...
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Duane Eddy and the Rebels Detour 45 rpm: via
been listening to these good vibes all night - ♫ Duane Eddy
You should hear it. Duane Eddy, early Mary Chain, the 1950s…
Steven Douglas Kreisman (24 September 1938 – 19 April 1993), better known as Steve Douglas, was an American saxophonist, flautist and clarinetist. Douglas is best known as a Los Angeles session musician, a member of The Wrecking Crew, who worked with Phil Spector, Brian Wilson and The Beach Boys. He can be heard on records by Duane Eddy, Aretha Franklin, Elvis Presley, Willy DeVille, Bob Dylan, The Ramones and many others. He was also a record producer, having produced Mink DeVille's Le Chat Bleu. pwd na.
From his 1965 RCA LP "Twangin' the Golden Hits". The best performance of this instrumental in my opinion.
I wish Duane Eddy had recorded the Crossroads theme.
Nice! Me too. Never been to a con before. Ever. Well, a comic con. I'v been to a Duane Eddy convention but... that's different.
Yes I do indeed think its that time of the day.Ed' Edd n' Eddy
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DUANE EDDY --- I'm sure many of us think he's a pretty decent guitar player. Have the Girls Girls Girls LP on the turntable to judge condition to sell it on Amazon; what a pile of crap. Some nice guitar (not great) but those background voices are gonna make me go postal. WHERE ARE MY MEDS?
Swingin' Shepherd Blues by Duane Eddy - from his 1965 "Twangin' The Golden Hits" album - instrumental tune made popular by Moe Koffman in 1958
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For all my Eastern Ky. connections and the musicans at the mint. Enjoy Yall!!!
Conan O'Brien, 1/18/94 - Duane Eddy plays "Rebel Rouser" and "Ramrod" with the band, then chats with Conan on his upcoming induction into the R&R Hall of Fam...
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Jack Scott - "Rebel-Rouser" (Duane Eddy) - "The national anthem of rock'n'roll". This live 1961 performance was recorded at the Rock and Roll Lounge in Montr...
Another wonderful session at MCC Studio today...Lin Elder and Randy Hutchings supplied great background vocals on 'A Jealous Fool' and Randy's blend with me on the newly re-titled 'He' was as tight as the proverbial duck's *** ..Paul Dean showed up with a guitar solo on'Jealous' that was part Duane Eddy, part Brian May and total Paul Dean. You guys are not going to believe your ears when you hear this album...tomorrow nite Randy and I appear at Riley's in Okotoks from 9pm-1am...and my old pal Gerry Mercer from April Wine will be sitting in at Morgan's Pub after 3pm tomorrow as well
The year is 1957. Four guys trying to make it in the music biz head down to the dry bed of the Salt River in search of a water tank that’ll work as a makeshift echo chamber. These men — Floyd Ramsey, Jack Miller, Duane Eddy and Lee Hazelwood — spend the day yelling into steel water tanks until they...
stuff i found over the weekend Crickets, Crystals, C. Berry, J.Cash,C. Checker,Crests, Diamonds, Shirells, Fats Domino,Duane Eddy, Buddy Holly OH and the King . Just in time looking at a Juke box on Wednesday.
I'm gonna do another quiz but I'll put it all together. The rules are: to win you have to answer correctly as many questions as you can. Just post to my page your answer A, B, or C and the number of the question so it should look like this Q 1 = A. that's simple Alll the question relate to 1960, Ok lets go Who sang Qust 1 Are you lonesome tonight? A. Elvis Presley B. Marty Wilde C. Michael Cox Qust 2 As Long as he needs me A Diana Trask B. Dinah Washington C Shirley Bassey Qust 3 Baby (you got what it takes) A. Dinah Washington B Jackie Wilson C Shadows Qust 4 Bad Boy A. Marty Wilde B. Lance Fortune C, Johnny & the Hurricanes Qust 5 Be mine A. Duane Eddy B. Tommy Bruce & the Bruisers C. Elvis Presley Qust 6 Beatnik Fly A. Lance Fortune b. Johnny 7 the hurricanes C. Duane Eddy Qust 7 (Somewhere) Beyond the sea A. Roy Orbison B. Bobby Darin C. Lance Fortune Qust 8 Blue Angel A. Roy Orbison B. Elvis Presley C. Everly Brothers Qust 9 Connie Came back ...
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Duane Eddy – review: Grand Opera House, YorkDuane Eddy is explaining how Richard Hawley revived the career of on...
what a great time l've had it started with going to see Duane Eddy on thurs nite at Frome then fri my friend Gail came to stop for a while plasterd leg & well so sat morning off down to our local hairdressers to get her hair done sat nite after we had a bite to eat we sat down & watched happy feet then American pie the wedding & also some of steptoe & son had a damm good laugh at them all sun ron came over we has a nice sunday lunch then sun kip then get ready to go to the Bawa at filton to see Colin Paul & the Persuader's & wheel chair at the ready to get gail from L/Rover to the venue what a great nite we had in our corner & to top it all got gail & chair to the stage for last no if the nite Trilogy & to gail's surprise Colin jumped off stage came up to her & put the microphone to her to sing & she said no can't sing thankyou Colin you made her nite very special
Londonderry Air Twangin' From Phoenix Every guitar lick you ever heard was invented by Duane Eddy.
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WOW!! Just been offered Tix for Duane Eddy. Childhood hero. Don't know if I can make it. But I'm Gonna Try!
I was half expecting to see you two at the Cheese and Grain for Duane Eddy last night - this explains a bit :)
Looking forward to a rare visit from my Papa this weekend. He's in town to see Duane Eddy.
Happy 69th birthday to Miriam Johnson, she was married to Duane Eddy and later to Waylon Jennings. She has written songs for others and...
Richard Hawley, Pocklington Arts Centre, June 1; Duane Eddy, Grand Opera House ...: Above all, it is being calle...
An amazing eve with Duane Eddy last night! Tonight brings us the always fantastic Acoustic +. Get yourselves down here, you won't regret it
iTunes UK: Deep in the Heart of Twangsville - Duane Eddy
Did I mention that I saw Duane Eddy last night? Yes? Oh. Well I'm not sorry!
Richard_S_Jones Amazing, have a great time!I'm seeing Duane Eddy on Thurs legends
Just back from watching Duane Eddy play the Cheese and Grain. Absolutely brilliant. The man is a complete and utter star.
Quick! Free tickets for Duane Eddy this weekend
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