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on 2 June 2002
This astonishing CD of rockabilly classics is, the beginning of rock 'n' roll music. Here, the likes of "That's Alright" and "Mystery Train" have never been bettered, and these from 54/55, plus other Sun tracks and early RCA tunes.
This is awesome, and merely £8.99, a gem collection and really a must-own CD for fans of not only Elvis, but those who want know about how the Tupelo Mississippi Flash created rock 'n' roll and changed popular music for good!
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on 7 August 2013
This is a fantastic collection.And a heck of a lot of it is from 1954 and 1955(The SUN Label),pre-mega fame days of 1956 onwards.This is how Elvis should be remembered,with all the roar-ness of the bass,drum,guitar and voice.brilliant rockabilly tracks to be treasured and savoured for their breath of fresh air when at the time modern music needed that little extra oomph!!..."Good Rockin tonight!!"classic.A must buy!!!
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on 29 June 2014
Its the King what more can you say.
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on 30 March 2016
excellent
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on 4 March 2016
Excellent
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