Eddie Cochran - Best Songs mp3 downloadPerformer: Eddie Cochran
Title: Best Songs
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Eddie Cochran - Best Songs mp3 download
Cochran 18:53 Love Again Eddie Cochran 21:06 Pocketful of Hearts Eddie Cochran 23:01 Teresa Eddie Cochran 25:07 Pretty Girl Eddie Cochran 26:58 .
Mar 6, 2019- Born in Albert Lea Minnesota.
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Listen to albums and songs from Eddie Cochran. An often-overlooked rock 'n' roll legend, Eddie Cochran's contributions to music can't be measured by his activity in the record charts alone. The stompin' teenage anthem for all generations "Summertime Blues" was his only song to hit the Top-10. Beyond that, Cochran had a number of equally vibrant songs. Using an echo-chamber, he got an Elvis-like vocal sound - something that many singers in the late '50s sought
Compilation, 1970, Liberty Records. The Best of Eddie Cochran. Compilation, Май 2005, EMI Records.
Biography by Mark Deming. The man behind "Summertime Blues," a brash, hot guitar-picking rebel who sang of cars, girls, and angst until his tragic death at 21. Read Full Biography.
Artist Eddie Cochran Title Best of Release Date 1996-09-23 Label: EMI Records Number of Discs 1. 1 20 Rock And Roll Blues. 1 18 Nervous Breakdown. Eddie Cochran Memorial Album Liberty Vinyl %0a Sleeve has some slight creasing, spine is very clear. rear has some ageing marks. 0a Vinyl is a very good +. .no scratches but has some hairline. Eddie Cochran - C’mon everybody Used 7 single record.
Summertime Blues, Eddie Cochran. There had been a lot of songs about summer, but none about the hardships of summer," co-writer Jerry Capehart, who was Eddie Cochran's manager, said of "Summertime Blues. The 1958 rockabilly raver tapped into suburban teen boredom and angst, blazing a trail toward heavy and metal and punk by making edgy, bound-up energy seem thrilling.