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✨✧ Patsy ClinePatsy Cline's Greatest Hits ... LP
MCA, Mid/Late 60s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
LP, Vinyl record album
(80s pressing. Cover has an unglued top seam.)
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Connie FrancisSecond Hand Love & Other Hits ... CD
Mercury/Universal (Japan), 1962. New Copy ... $19.99
One of the more obscure albums from Connie Francis' strong 60s run on Mercury – and one of the best, too! Francis begins the album almost as a country singer – working a bit of Patsy Cline blueness into the record alongside Nashville-style piano lines. And as things progress, there's a bit more pop in the mix – but Francis still has this rich style that's surprisingly expressive, even when carefully balanced – way more than we remember from some of her crossover pop hits. We're not sure who handled arrangements, but the mix of rhythms, piano, and even sometime backing vocals definitely show a Nashville vibe – and titles include "Second Hand Love", "Dreamboat", "Breakin In A Brand New Broken Heart", "It Happened Last Night", "Don't Break The Heart That Loves You", and "Gonna Git That Man". CD

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✨✧ Jerry Lee LewisJerry Lee Lewis (translucent colored vinyl) (2015 Black Friday Release) ... LP
Sun/ORG, 1958. New Copy (reissue)... Just Sold Out!
The fiery debut of Jerry Lee Lewis – a Sun Records benchmark from 1958! The iconic records from Sun's mid-to-late 50s trailblazing early rock period is most famous, of course, for the most wild and rambunctious moments – but there's and interesting stylistic range, too, and Jerry Lee's debut LP is a prime example. It's got the raucous stompers like "High School Confidential" and "Ubangi Stomp", takes on Sun-peers hits like "Don't Be Cruel" and "Matchbox", plus tunes like"Good Night Irene", "It All Depends", his rollicking, underrated take on Ray Price's "Crazy Arms" (though more famously recorded by Patsy Cline), Jambalaya", "Fool Like Me", "I'll Be Me", "When The Saints Go Marchin In" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited to 1500 copies.)

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✨✧ VariousHillbillies – They Tried To Rock Vol 1 ... CD
Bear Family (Germany), Mid 50s. New Copy ... Just Sold Out!
They tried to rock – and rock they did – in this very cool assortment of rockabilly numbers cut by cats who were better-known as mainstream country artists – all of whom were trying on a new set of sounds during the early years of rock and roll! Some of the singers here were older established acts, and others were younger talents who hadn't yet decided on a direction – and together, they all make some mad musical moments here – tracks that have firm country roots, but lots of surprising rockabilly inflections – not the kind of sounds you might normally expect from artists like Webb Pierce, Lefty Frizell, George Jones, or Eddy Arnold. The package is a treasure in the best Bear Family mode – with copious notes and images that really get at the uniqueness of the work – and a 31 track package filled with great titles that include "Teenage Boogie" by Webb Pierce, "I Gotta Know" by Wanda Jackson, "Blue Suede Shoes" by Pee Wee King, "Little Lovin'" by Mimi Moman, "Ten Cats Down" by The Miller Sisters, "Hey Little Dreamboat" by Rose Maddox, "Go, Boy, Go" by Carl Smith, "Maybelline" by Carl Perkins, "Hep Cat Baby" by Eddy Arnold, "Let The Teardrops Fall" by Patsy Cline, "Red Hen Rock" by The Louvin Brothers, "You're Humbuggin Me" by Lefty Frizzell, "I'm Comin Home" by Johnny Horton, "One Night" by Kirk Hansard, and "Goodnight Sweetheart Goodnight" by Johnnie & Jack. CD

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✨✧ VariousHillbillies – They Tried To Rock Vol 2 ... CD
Bear Family (Germany), Mid 50s. New Copy ... Just Sold Out!
The second volume in Bear Family's Hillbillies compilation serious of Mid 50s proto-rock from the south – with hard-grooving boogie, raw early rock & roll, and uncommonly rockin' honky tonk tunes by legends and forgotten heroes (and heroines) alike! Wonderful stuff all the way through – with tunes by western swing acts moonlightling in this new-fangled rock & roll racket, early rockabilly numbers by fellows later to become country music kingpins, and all kinds of crazy good numbers! One extra thing we love about the series is how it showcases the great female voices of the scene – this wasn't just a man's game, you should know – with great tunes by Patsy Cline, Myrna Lorrie, The Davis Sisters and other female honky tonk heroes, plus great tunes by Little Jimmy Dickens, Johnny Horton, Bob Wills, Red Foley and many more. 31 tracks in all – including "(I Got) A Hole In My Pocket" by Little Jimmy Dickens, "You Oughta See Grandma Rock" by Skeets McDonald, "Sweet Thing" by Buck Owens, "So Let's Rock" by Bob Wills", "Chicken Shack Boogie" by Leroy Van Dyke, "Going Back To The City" by Alvis Wayne and many more. They don't just try to rock, the roll the house right over! CD

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✨✧ Fern JonesGlory Road (with download) ... LP
Dot/Numero, 1959. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
Southern hillbilly soul from Fern Jones – a minister, church singer and songwriter with a real feel for the secular shake of 50s Sun Records, honky tonk, and shout blues – a pure evangelical with a worldly groove! Fern worked the gospel circuit of tent and church shows for many, many years – but only recorded two albums, this one for Dot/Paramount. Fern sings in the torch country style of Patsy Cline, often with spare rockabilly-styled guitar and drums backbeat. This album is probably most noteworthy for the classic song "I Was There When It Happened" – co-written by Fern Jones and made famous by Johnny Cash. It's especially legendary because it was the only gospel number Sam Phillips allowed Cash to include on his first LP. But Fern's album is more than worthy of a late discovery – she's a true pioneer, fearlessly blending the Lord's work with the Devil's music – at a time when such poles were anathema for most artists, fans, and record labels alike! Original album tracks include "You Ain't Got Nuthin'", "I Do Believe", "Be Thankful You're You", "I Ain't Got Time", "Let Tomorrow Be" – plus the bonus tracks "When I Meet You", "By And By", "I Don't Care What The World May Do" and "This World Is Not My Home". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes download.)

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