Twi Blue Singin Stars - Eddie Cochran - The Young Eddie Cochran (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. – The Cochran Brothers: Two Blue Singin' Stars Vocals, Guitar – Eddie Cochran, Hank Cochran Written-By – Matthews* A2 – The Cochran Brothers: Mr Fiddle Vocals, Guitar – Eddie Cochran, Hank Cochran Written-By – Matthews*, Hall* A3 – The Cochran Brothers: Guilty Conscience4/5(1).
  2. 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/5(53).
  3. Vocals [& Various Uncredited Instruments] – Eddie Cochran Notes This compilation vinyl album indicates it was released by "Surprise Records 77 Rue de Brabant, Bruxelles".
  4. A selection of Eddie's earliest recordings made during , including the eight sides cut for the small 'Ekko' label. Liner Notes by Derek Glenister, March Editions Walter Neal /5(6).
  5. This appealingly priced four CD set will appeal to those looking for a tidy collection of Eddie Cochran's studio work for other artists. The 53 tracks that make up disks 3 and 4 are (I assume) Eddie's session work for other artists, no noticeable vocals from Eddie. 36 of the 46 tracks on the first two disks are by Eddie Cochran, another eight are Eddie as half of The Cochran Brothers, and two /5(28).
  6. Rockstar [UK] RSR LP The Young Eddie Cochran: Pink-Peg Slacks; Latch On; Yesterday's Heartbreak; Heart Of A Fool; My Love To Remember; Latch On #2; Market Place; I'm Ready; Slow Down; Tired & Sleepy; Fool's Paradise; Open The Door; Mr. Fiddle; Two Blue Singin' Stars; Guilty Conscience; Your Tomorrows Never Come –
  7. During the same time, demos were cut with only Eddie singing, some of which have stood the test of time as solid Eddie Cochran classics. An initial stab at Pink Peg Slacks was a good one, as were covers of Carl Perkins' Blue Suede Shoes and Little Richard's Long Tall Sally, all included here in their original, undubbed versions.

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