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If I Were Dying - Eddie Cochran - The Many Styles Of Eddie Cochran (Vinyl, LP)


  1. Eddie Cochran was one of the first great stars of rock & roll and an artist whose influence would far outstrip his brief career, which was cut short when he died in an auto accident in Cochran would often be cited as one of the pioneers of rockabilly, but his style was more muscular and less twangy than those of his peers, adding a bluesy accent to the music that .
  2. Eddie Cochran's music has been reissued extensively, from cheap budget compilations to Bear Family's lavish and exhaustive 'Somethin' Else—The Ultimate Collection' box set (BCD ). This compilation is the first of its kind, covering only Eddie's most rocking tracks as a solo performer, for a solid rock 'n' roll blast from start to finish.
  3. Eddie Cochran, a first-generation rock-and-roll singer, guitarist, and songwriter who died at age 21 in a car crash while on tour in England. Cochran’s family lived in Oklahoma and Minnesota before settling in California in , and the young Cochran sang and played country music—touring and.
  4. Eddie Cochran. Eddie Cochran - Teenage Heaven [] - YouTube. The label has minimal wear on either side. There is no writing or stickers on either side The vinyl has typical signs of playwear. You can listen to the actual record fuddnefolnurevibelhighwintombpregroxt.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  5. These were the days when Eddie was trying to make his mark in music, with all tracks All songs do feature Eddie on guitar but many of them are done by other vocalists such as Jerry Capeheart, who was Eddie's co songwriter and Hank Cochran, who does co vocals on songs as the second half of the Cochran brothers/5(2).
  6. All vocal recordings by Eddie Cochran, whether as a solo artist or member of the Cochran Brothers, including his timeless hits, Twenty Flight Rock, Sittin' In The Balcony, Summertime Blues, C'mon Everybody, Three Steps To Heaven, Cherished Memories, Cut Across Shorty and Somethin' Else!
  7. Cochran died in hospital that day from severe head injuries aged Eerily, Cochran had just released a single, co-written with brother Bob Cochran, entitled "Three Steps to Heaven." It reached No. 1 in the charts, helping rock 'n roll come of age in the UK.
  8. EDDIE COCHRAN Vinyl Records and CDs An often-overlooked rock 'n' roll legend, Eddie Cochran's contributions to music can't be measured by his activity in the record charts alone. The stompin' teenage anthem for all generations "Summertime Blues" was .
  9. Eddie Cochran was truly Somethin' Else. He had the look. He had the talent. He had the attitude. He played guitar--really played guitar. He produced his own records. He wrote his own songs. And he died too soon, leaving the tantalizing promise of what might have been. Eddie Cochran was no prefabricated teen idol.

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