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The Essential Scotty Moore & Cliff Gallup CD

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  • Audio CD (15 Feb. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Primo
  • ASIN: B003334SIQ
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 248,849 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. That's All Right
  2. Good Rockin' Tonight
  3. Baby Let's Play House
  4. Mystery Train
  5. Hound Dog
  6. Jailhouse Rock
  7. Too Much
  8. My Baby Left Me
  9. Blue Moon
  10. I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone
  11. You're A Heartbreaker
  12. I Forgot To Remember To Forget
  13. I Love You Because
  14. Just Because
  15. Blue Moon Of Kentucky
  16. I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine
  17. Milk Cow Blues Boogie
  18. Trying To Get To You

Disc: 2

  1. Be-Bop-A-Lula
  2. Race With The Devil
  3. Bluejean Bop
  4. Woman Love
  5. Who Slapped John?
  6. Jumps, Giggles And Shouts
  7. Bop Street
  8. I Flipped
  9. Jump Back, Honey, Jump Back
  10. Red Bluejeans And A Pony Tail
  11. Crazy Legs
  12. B-I-Bickey-Bi-Bo-Bo-Go
  13. Lotta Lovin'
  14. Dance To The Bop
  15. You Told A Fib
  16. Cat Man
  17. Pink Thunderbird
  18. You Better Believe

Product Description

The success of both Elvis Presley and Gene Vincent in the mid 1950s was crucially backed by the dazzling lead guitar work of Scotty Moore and Cliff Gallup, both at their best here.

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This CD is a complete con in my estimation. I bought it for Christmas for my husband, who is an avid Scotty Moore fan,and ofcourse Scotty has never released many CD's in his own right (the Guitar that changed the World being probably the only (fantastic) one actually) and so I was thrilled to think I was getting something unusual and on perusing the details of this CD it leads you to believe that it is the music of Scotty along with Cliff Gallup, of the Gene Vincent band, also a favourite of my husbands. The whole write up inside is about Scotty and Cliff and nowhere does it mention that it is just all the old recordings of Elvis and Gene Vincent (as much as we like them both), which we already have on loads of other CD's. In agreement with the other reviewer, the picture on the front isn't Cliff Gallup anyway, but Johny Meeks,(which I didn't realise) indeed Gene can be heard at one point saying "take it away Johnny" and if this isn't a con then I'll eat my hat (if I wore one). Anyway, as I say, the actual recordings on the CD of Gene and Elvis are all good stuff, but very disappointing when you expect something a little bit different to the usual (got em all already) recordings. Big disappointment
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I didn't release that these would be releases of Elvis Presley and Gene Vincent song performances which I have already in my collection. I once owned a vinyl long-player of Scotty Moore playing instrumental versions of Elvis Presley songs and was expecting something similar with this album. If it had proved to be so I would award more star ratings. For anyone who doesn't have Elvis and Gene recordings this album would be a worthwhile purchase.
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Although it is gratifying to see Gene Vincent's ace first Blue Caps guitarist alongside another legendary musician, Elvis Presley's Scotty Moore, this is a shoddy release. The cover photo (left) is not Cliff but Gene's second great guitarist Johnny Meeks...
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