Any Time. Along the Navajo Trail. ThreeThree Blues. I Want Some Lovin' Baby. The Walker. Up and Down. Loving You. The Lonesome Road. The Ballad Of Palladin - Duane Eddy - The Guitar Man Dixon Line. Paul Westmoreland. I Almost Lost My Mind. Only Child. Just Because. Track Listing - Disc 2. Because They're Young. Forty Miles of Bad Road. The Quiet Three.
Some Kinda Earthquake. Gidget Goes Hawaiian. Stanley Styne. First Love, First Tears. My Blue Heaven. Hard Times. Dave Bartholomew. Bonnie Come Back. Trouble In Mind. Tuxedo Junction. The Battle. Blueberry Hill. Night Train To Memphis. Along Came Linda. Route No. St Louis Blues. Tiger Love and the Turnip Greens. You Are My Sunshine. The Last Minutes of Innocence. Chet Atkins. Rebel Walk. Track Listing - The Ballad Of Palladin - Duane Eddy - The Guitar Man 3.
Theme From Dixie. Ring of Fire. Sioux City Sue. Lost Island. The Secret Seven. Cripple Creek. Streets of Laredo. Big 'Liza. Scarlet Ribbons. Riddle Song.
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Second pressings showed the same cover with the LP title in green and red; third pressings were red album covers with Duane Eddy standing Note: It is very likely that so called "original" version white letter covers do not exist. Especially for You. Original copies featured Dont Waste My Time - Various - Club Top 13 · Mai/Juni 86 covers, later replaced with regular covers.
Also pressed in limited quantities of red vinyl and blue vinyl. Road The Ballad Of Palladin - Duane Eddy - The Guitar Man. Duane Eddy's original sax player? I found a couple of sax players that recorded with him: Jim Horn and Plas Johnson, but I'm thinking they may have played with Eddy later after these songs were recorded.
Does anybody know who the original sax player was on these songs? Sponsored Links Remove Advertisements. In addition, Plas Johnson reviewed the list and confirmed that the names were correct. Eddy also had a Top 40 hit in 59 with "The Lonely One" but I do not have it in the list so it may not have contained a sax solo but I am checking it out and will let you know. It has been several years since I added Eddy's hits to the book so I would like to go back and double check that hit record.
According to your list he used a few different horn players. There's some lively sax riffs in his songs for sure! I notice Steve Douglass's name came up the most often. Ora Sarà - I Muvrini - Gioia you know if that song is currently available on any CD's? Both solos are very short. You can find all of these on WinMX. Thanks for the links. Now I see that "Twang Thang", on Rhino, is probably not out of print.
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