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V.A. - The Sun Records Story - Box Set
Elvis Presley - My Happiness / That's When Your Heartaches Begin
Elvis Presley
My Happiness / That's When Your Heartaches Begin
7" | 2016 | US | Original (Sun)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The 7'' Sun Records Reissue version of the Grammy Nominated Record Store Day Exclusive 10-inch facsimile of Elvis Presley’s first ever recording from 1953Elvis Presley's first-ever record. Third Man will release a widely available 7-inch 45rpm featuring newly restored versions of the two songs. Working from a transfer done by industry expert Alan Stoker at the Country Music Hall of Fame, the audio will be as clean as modern technology can make it without losing the feeling and soul that makes these two songs both haunting and breath-taking. An 18-year-old Elvis Presley walked through the doors of the Memphis Recording Service at 708 Union Ave. in the summer of 1953. He carried a beat-up guitar that he'd had since the age of 11 and enough money to make a $3.98 record of his own voice.He sang two '30s ballads -- ''My Happiness'' and ''That's When Your Heartaches Begin'' -- hoping to catch the attention of Sam Phillips, who had started his own label, Sun. When he was done, Marion Keisker, who helped run the place with Phillips, typed his name on the back of a label for Sun act The Prisonaires, and Presley left with his acetate.For more than six decades, that record of Elvis singing ''My Happiness'' was kept by the family of the high-school friend Presley left it with, Ed Leek. As part of an auction at Graceland on Jan. 8 (2015) -- which would have been Presley's 80th birthday -- it was valued at approximately $100,000. It sold to an unknown Internet bidder for $300,000.That bidder was Jack White.A piece of American musical historyWatch the digital transfer: https://youtu.be/wvtSMMaYUugManufacturer: United Record PressingTracklisting:A. My HappinessB. That's When Your Heartaches Begin
Roy Orbison - Ooby Dooby / Go! Go! Go!
Johnny Cash - Get Rhythm / I Walk The Line
Johnny Cash
Get Rhythm / I Walk The Line
7" | US | Reissue (Sun)
8,99 €*
Release:US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves, Rock / Indie
Released in 1956, "Get Rhythm" is an upbeat number by Johnny Cash with positive lyrics speaking of a happy shoe-shine boy. While the song is classic, inimitable Cash, it would quickly become overshadowed by its b-side, "I Walk the Line." A peculiar song that changes key between each verse and has no chorus, "I Walk the Line" would become the song Cash is best known for, a tale of pledged fidelity with lyrical undertones implying even deeper meaning. Rolling Stone magazine ranked the song at #30 in their 2004 list of the 500 greatest songs of all time.
Warren Smith - Sweet, Sweet Girl / Goodbye Mr. Love
Edwin Bruce - Sweet Woman / Part Of My Life
Edwin Bruce
Sweet Woman / Part Of My Life
7" | 2016 | UK (Sun)
11,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK
Genre:Organic Grooves, Rock / Indie
Rock ‘N’ Roll classic from the Lyceum and Bob-B-Sox days in the 70’s.
Sonny Burgess - My Bucket’s Got A Hole In It / Sweet Misery
Sonny Burgess
My Bucket’s Got A Hole In It / Sweet Misery
7" | 2016 | UK (Sun)
11,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK
Genre:Organic Grooves, Rock / Indie
Rock ‘N’ Roll classic from the Lyceum and Bob-B-Sox days in the 70’s.
Sonny Burgess - Ain’t Got A Thing / Restless
Sonny Burgess
Ain’t Got A Thing / Restless
7" | 2016 | UK (Sun)
11,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK
Genre:Organic Grooves, Rock / Indie
Rock ‘N’ Roll classic from the Lyceum and Bob-B-Sox days in the 70’s.
Ray Harris - Come On Little Mama / Where’d You Stay Last Night
Billy Emerson - Red Hot / No Greater Love
Billy Emerson
Red Hot / No Greater Love
7" | 2016 | UK (Sun)
11,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK
Genre:Organic Grooves, Rock / Indie
Original version of a much covered classic, great R’n’B rocker.
Warren Smith - Sweet, Sweet Girl/goodbye Mr. Love
Ray Harris - Come On Little Mama / Where'd You Stay Last Nig
Billy Emerson - Red Hot / No Greater Love
Sonny Burgess - My Bucket's Got A Hole In It / Sweet Misery
Sonny Burgess - Ain't Got A Thing / Restless
Edwin Bruce - Sweet Woman / Part Of My Life
Tommy Blake - Sweetie Pie/ I Dig You Baby
Billy Lee Riley - Flyin' Saucers R'n'R/ I Want You Baby
Sonny Burgess - Red Headed Woman / We Wanna Boogie
Little Junior's Blue Flames - Feelin' Good / Fussin & Fightin Blues
Gene Simmons - Drinkin’ Wine / I Done Told You
Warren Smith - I’ve Got Love If You Want It/ I Fell In Love
Slim Rhodes - Do What I Do / Take And Give
Roy Orbison - Sweet And Easy To Love / Devil Doll
Roy Orbison - You're My Baby  / Rockhouse
D. A. Hunt - Greyhound Blues /Lonesome Old Jail
Prisonaires - Baby Please / Just Walkin' In The Rain
Prisonaires
Baby Please / Just Walkin' In The Rain
7" | US | Reissue (Sun)
8,09 €* 8,99 € -10%
Release:US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves, Rock / Indie
Also released in 1953, "Just Walking in the Rain" by the Prisonaires was Sun's first certifiable hit. Penned Johnny Bragg and Robert Riley, both inmates at Tennessee State Prison, the solemn, haunting doo wop vibes were enough to garner the group, all incarcerated inmates, frequent day passes out of prison walls to perform across the state...including numerous engagements at the governor's mansion. The vocal prowess and good behavior on day trips would be enough for most group members to be pardoned by the governor. Elvis Presley often said the Prisonaires were his favorite vocal group and even covered "Just Walking in the Rain" on occasion. The proof is in the pudding on this one.
Rufus Thomas Jr. - Bear Cat / Walking In The Rain
Rufus Thomas Jr.
Bear Cat / Walking In The Rain
7" | US | Reissue (Sun)
8,99 €*
Release:US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves, Rock / Indie
Originally released in 1953, "Bear Cat" by Rufus Thomas is as certifiable a primitive R'n'B smoker that's ever existed. Complete with the inimitable Joe Hill Louis on guitar, the future "Funky Chicken" Thomas gives his male-perspective answer record to Big Mama Thornton's "Hound Dog." In the process, the legal powers behind "Hound Dog" writers Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller won a lawsuit claiming "Bear Cat" infringed on the duo's copyright. Ever since the writing credits have been Leiber/Stoller, but what has not changed is the unbeatable groove that moves the song. "Bear Cat" is as fresh today as it was when it was originally released sixty years ago.
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