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Dorsey Burnette - The Rockabilly Years: The Singles & Albums Collection 1955-62 - He was a performer very much of his era and culture, and this is a substantial showcase for the rockabilly side of his music. Born in Memphis, Tenn., in 1932, Dorsey Burnette was the older brother of rock 'n' roll singer and pop star Johnny Burnette, and they shared an early career in the Rock 'N' Roll Trio before they branched out into their respective solo careers, with Dorsey enjoying a number of hits in the pop and country charts, although overshadowed somewhat by his brother's chart-topping achievements. In his later career during the 1970s, all his hits were in the country charts, but in the early years he was very much a rockabilly and rock 'n' roll specialist. This great-value 63-track 2-CD collection (records were often pretty short in this era) features the A & B sides of singles on the Von, Coral Abbott, Surf, Imperial, Era, Dot, Lama & Reprise labels from these years plus selected titles from his albums "Dorsey Burnette's Tall Oak Tree" and "Dorsey Burnette Sings". It includes his early recordings with his brother Johnny and Paul Burlison as The Rock 'n' Roll Trio, and features all his chart entries from this era, including the Top 30 hit "Tall Oak Tree", along with "Big Rock Candy Mountain", "Hey Little One", "The Ghost Of Billy Maloo" and "The Feminine Touch". He was a performer very much of his era and culture, and this is a substantial showcase for the rockabilly side of his music.
Dorsey Burnette - The Rockabilly Years: The Singles & Albums Collection 1955-62 - He was a performer very much of his era and culture, and this is a substantial showcase for the rockabilly side of his music. Born in Memphis, Tenn., in 1932, Dorsey Burnette was the older brother of rock 'n' roll singer and pop star Johnny Burnette, and they shared an early career in the Rock 'N' Roll Trio before they branched out into their respective solo careers, with Dorsey enjoying a number of hits in the pop and country charts, although overshadowed somewhat by his brother's chart-topping achievements. In his later career during the 1970s, all his hits were in the country charts, but in the early years he was very much a rockabilly and rock 'n' roll specialist. This great-value 63-track 2-CD collection (records were often pretty short in this era) features the A & B sides of singles on the Von, Coral Abbott, Surf, Imperial, Era, Dot, Lama & Reprise labels from these years plus selected titles from his albums "Dorsey Burnette's Tall Oak Tree" and "Dorsey Burnette Sings". It includes his early recordings with his brother Johnny and Paul Burlison as The Rock 'n' Roll Trio, and features all his chart entries from this era, including the Top 30 hit "Tall Oak Tree", along with "Big Rock Candy Mountain", "Hey Little One", "The Ghost Of Billy Maloo" and "The Feminine Touch". He was a performer very much of his era and culture, and this is a substantial showcase for the rockabilly side of his music.
824046351120
Dorsey Burnette - Rockabilly Years: The Singles & Albums Collection

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Format: CD
Label: ACROBAT
Rel. Date: 05/24/2024
UPC: 824046351120

Rockabilly Years: The Singles & Albums Collection
Artist: Dorsey Burnette
Format: CD
New: Available $20.99
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DISC: 1

1. You're Undecided
2. Go Mule Go
3. Tear It Up
4. You're Undecided
5. Midnight Train
6. Oh Baby Babe
7. The Train Kept A-Rollin'
8. Honey Hush
9. Let's Fall In Love
10. The Devil's Queen
11. Lonesome Train (On A Lonesome Track)
12. I Just Found Out
13. At A Distance
14. Jungle Magic
15. Eager Beaver Baby
16. Touch Me
17. Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee
18. Butterfingers
19. Rock Billy Boogie
20. If You Want It Enough
21. Bertha Lou
22. Til The Law Says Stop
23. Warm Love
24. My Honey
25. Try
26. You Came As A Miracle
27. Lonely Train
28. Misery
29. Way In The Middle Of The Night
30. Your Love
31. Blues Stay Away From Me
32. House With A Tin Roof Top
33. Circle Rock
34. (There Was A) Tall Oak Tree
35. Juarez Town
36. Hey Little One
37. Big Rock Candy Mountain
38. The Ghost Of Billy Malloo
39. Red Roses
40. The River And The Mountain
41. This Hotel
42. Hard Rock Mine
43. (It's No) Sin
44. Great Shakin' Fever
45. That's Me Without You
46. Rainin' In My Heart
47. A Full House
48. The Feminine Touch
49. Sad Boy
50. A Country Boy In The Army
51. A Dying Ember
52. Rolling Restless Stones
53. Back To Nature
54. Castle In The Sky
55. The Boys Kept Hangin' Around
56. Darling Jane
57. I'm A Waitin' For Ya Baby
58. Hard Working Man
59. Lucky Old Sun
60. I Got The Sun In The Morning
61. Don't Let Go
62. The Biggest Lover In Town
63. The Rains Came

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Dorsey Burnette - The Rockabilly Years: The Singles & Albums Collection 1955-62 - He was a performer very much of his era and culture, and this is a substantial showcase for the rockabilly side of his music. Born in Memphis, Tenn., in 1932, Dorsey Burnette was the older brother of rock 'n' roll singer and pop star Johnny Burnette, and they shared an early career in the Rock 'N' Roll Trio before they branched out into their respective solo careers, with Dorsey enjoying a number of hits in the pop and country charts, although overshadowed somewhat by his brother's chart-topping achievements. In his later career during the 1970s, all his hits were in the country charts, but in the early years he was very much a rockabilly and rock 'n' roll specialist. This great-value 63-track 2-CD collection (records were often pretty short in this era) features the A & B sides of singles on the Von, Coral Abbott, Surf, Imperial, Era, Dot, Lama & Reprise labels from these years plus selected titles from his albums "Dorsey Burnette's Tall Oak Tree" and "Dorsey Burnette Sings". It includes his early recordings with his brother Johnny and Paul Burlison as The Rock 'n' Roll Trio, and features all his chart entries from this era, including the Top 30 hit "Tall Oak Tree", along with "Big Rock Candy Mountain", "Hey Little One", "The Ghost Of Billy Maloo" and "The Feminine Touch". He was a performer very much of his era and culture, and this is a substantial showcase for the rockabilly side of his music.
        
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