CARL PERKINS - BLUE SUEDE SHOES - SUN RECORDS 70TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION - VINYL LP
One of the architects of rock & roll, Carl Perkins is best known as the writer and original singer of the rockabilly anthem "Blue Suede Shoes" (No. 2, 1956). Along with Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, and Elvis Presley, Perkins was one of the seminal rockabilly artists on Sam Phillips' Sun label and created a body of work that has been both critically acclaimed and extremely influential on songwriters, guitar players, and singers alike. Celebrate the golden era of Carl Perkins with Sun Records' 70th Anniversary collection of his remastered hits, The King of Rockabilly. Boasting an alternate version of "Honey Don't," as well as an extended, never-before-released version of "Y.O.U." with a spoken-word bridge section by Perkins, the album also includes the classic hits "Put Your Cat Clothes On" featuring Jerry Lewis, "Boppin' the Blues," and "All Mama's Children," cowritten with Johnny Cash.
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