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Duane Eddy

If Duane Eddy's instrumental hits from the late '50s can sound unduly basic and repetitive (especially when taken all at once), he was vastly influential. Perhaps the most successful instrumental rocker of his time, he may have also been the man most responsible (along with Chuck Berry) for popularizing the electric rock guitar. His distinctively low, twangy riffs could be heard on no less than 15 Top 40 hits between 1958 and 1963. He was also one of the first rock stars to successfully crack the LP market.

That low, twangy sound was devised in collaboration with producer Lee Hazlewood, an Arizona disc jockey whom Eddy had met while hanging out at a radio station as a teenager. By the late '50s, Hazlewood had branched out into production. Before Duane began recording, his principal influence had been Chet Atkins, but at Hazlewood's suggestion, he started concentrating on guitar lines at the lower end of the strings. His opening riff of his debut single, "Movin' and Groovin'," would be lifted for the Beach Boys five years later to open "Surfin' U.S.A." It was the next 45, "Rebel Rouser," that would really break up him as a national star, reaching the Top Ten in 1958. Opening with a down-and-dirty, heavily echoed guitar riff, it remains the tune with which he's most often identified.

Eddy's phenomenally successful run of hits over the next few years was to some extent a variation on the "Rebel Rouser" theme. With cowboy whoops from the backup band helping drive things along, they weren't nearly as innovative as work of Link Wray during the same era, but they were much more popular. The singles -- "Peter Gunn," "Cannonball," "Shazam," and "Forty Miles of Bad Road" were probably the best -- also did their part to help keep the raunchy spirit of rock & roll alive, during a time in which it was in danger of being watered down. Much of that raunch was not solely due to Eddy himself, but to the honking sax solos of Steve Douglas, who would go on to become one of the top session players in the industry. Eddy would have his biggest hit, however, in 1960, when he sweetened the twang with strings for the movie theme "Because They're Young."

Eddy's records were also huge influences on legions of budding guitar players. In England, the Shadows no doubt took Eddy as one of their chief inspirations for their spare, moody sound, as one listen to their most famous hit, "Apache," makes obvious. More subtly, his influence can also be heard in the work of George Harrison. For evidence, listen to the growling riffs that decorate the verse of "I Want to Hold Your Hand."

Eddy started to lose momentum in the early '60s, and left the Jamie label in 1962 for the much bigger RCA. "(Dance With The) Guitar Man," which featured an atypical chorus of female vocals, would be his last Top 20 hit that same year. His albums -- often based on loose themes, like A Million Dollars Worth of Twang, Twisting With Duane Eddy, and Surfing with Duane Eddy -- kept him afloat to some degree. But his style doggedly refused evolution, although scattered cuts indicate he was capable of abandoning the twang for more bluesy or straight-out rock sounds. The British Invasion wiped Duane out commercially, although he recorded intermittently over the next couple of decades. In 1986, he enjoyed a brief comeback when the Art of Noise built their "Peter Gunn" hit around his guest contributions; Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ry Cooder, and Jeff Lynne all helped produce a 1987 album. It's that run of late-'50s and early-'60s hits, though, for which he'll principally be remembered. ~ Richie Unterberger
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Playlist: The Best Of Duane Eddy

1. This Guitar Was Made For Twangin'

2. Cottonmouth

3. Monsoon

4. Batman

5. This Town (2007 Remastered)

6. The House Of The Rising Sun

8. What Now My Love

9. Moovin' 'N' Groovin'

10. A String Of Pearls

11. Trash

12. Busted

13. Roarin'

14. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right

15. Just To Satify You

16. Monday, Monday

17. I'm Blue

18. All I Really Want To Do

19. Eve Of Destruction

20. Goofus

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Track List: Twangsville

1. Twangsville

2. Shindig

3. Gumshoe Blues

4. The Marauder

5. Laughing Guitar

6. The Feud

7. Do It

8. The High Lonesome

9. Rebel Soul

10. Wish I Were With You

11. A Fast Friendly Frolic On The Farm

12. The Restless Pack

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Track List: Rocks

1. Rebel Rouser

2. Up And Down

3. Cannonball

4. Mason Dixon Lion

5. Moovin' 'N' Groovin'

6. The Walker

7. Ramrod

8. Hard Times

9. Yep!

10. Tiger Love And Turnip Greens

11. Forty Miles Of Bad Road

12. Rebel Walk

13. Some Kind-A Earthquake

14. Three-30-Blues

15. The Lonely One

16. Stalkin'

17. Bonnie Came Back

18. Runaway Pony

19. Shazam!

20. Connie

21. Theme From Dixie

22. The Avenger

23. Drivin' Home

24. Sweet Cindy

25. My Blue Heaven

26. Night Train To Memphis

27. Fuzz

28. Kommotion

29. Detour

30. Peter Gunn

31. Because They're Young

32. Pepe

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Track List: Ghost Riders In The Sky

1. Dreams Of Home

2. My Love Not Gonna Fade Away

3. Forty Miles Of Bad Road

4. Because They're Young

5. Ghost Riders In The Sky

6. Movin' 'N' Groovin'

7. The Lonely One

8. Peter Gunn

9. Sidewinder

10. Ramrod

11. The Quiet Three

12. Rebel Rouser

13. Return Of The Avenger

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Track List: He's A Rebel

1. Rebel Rouser

2. The Battle

3. Because They're Young

4. Tiger Love And Turnip Greens

5. Easy And Me

6. The Last Minute Of Innocence

7. Peter Gunn Theme

8. You Are My Sunshine

9. The Ballad Of Paladin

10. St Louis Blues

11. Night Train To Memphis

12. Blueberry Hill

13. Rebel Walk

14. Route No 1

15. Trambone

16. My Blue Heaven

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Track List: Dance With The Guitar Man

1. (Dance With The) Guitar Man

2. Limbo Rock

3. Wild Watusi

4. The Scrape

5. New Hully Gully

6. Popeye (The Hitchhiker)

7. Spanish Twist

8. The Climb

9. Loco-Locomotion

10. Nashville Stomp

11. Creamy Mashed Potatoes

12. Waltz Of The Wind

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Track List: Lonely Guitar (With Bonus Tracks)

1. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry

2. Long Lonely Days Of Winter

3. Along Came Linda

4. Someday The Rainbow

5. Gunsmoke

6. A Home In The Meadow

7. Danny Boy

8. Shenandoah

9. Summer Kiss

10. My Destiny

11. Cryin' Happy Tears

12. Annie Laurie

13. Joshin'

14. Saints 'N' Sinners

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Track List: Rhino Hi-Five: Duane Eddy

1. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right

2. Moovin' 'N' Groovin'

3. This Guitar Was Made For Twangin'

4. Roarin'

5. Monsoon

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Track List: The Biggest Twang Of Them All

1. This Guitar Was Made For Twangin'

2. Batman

3. Monday, Monday

4. Strangers In The Night

5. Night Train

6. The Ballad Of The Green Berets

7. Daydream

8. What Now My Love

9. Younger Girl

10. Where Were You When I Needed You

11. A Groovy Kind Of Love

12. Mame

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Track List: $1,000,000 Worth Of Twang

1. Rebel Rouser

2. Cannonball

3. The Quiet Three

4. Bonnie Came Back

5. Because They're Young

6. Theme For Moonchildren

7. Moovin' 'N Groovin'

8. The Lonely One

9. Forty Miles Of Bad Road

10. Some Kinda Earthquake

11. First Love, First Tears

12. Kommotion

13. The Secret Seven

14. Lost Island

15. Shazam

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Track List: The Guitar Man

1. Rebel Rouser

2. Movin' 'N' Groovin'

3. Yep

4. The Lonely One

5. Peter Gunn

6. Because They're Young

7. Kommotion

8. Shazam

9. Forty Miles Of Bad Road

10. (Dance With The) Guitar Man

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Track List: The Roaring Twangies

1. Bye Bye Blues

2. Roarin'

3. A Happy Girl

4. Goofus

5. American Patrol

6. Out On The Town

7. Undecided

8. Born Free

9. St. Louis Blues March

10. Hello, Dolly

11. A String Of Pearls

12. Wicked Woman From Wickenburg

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Track List: Duane A-Go-Go

1. Trash

2. Puddin'

3. Moovin' 'N' Groovin'

4. Choo Choo A Go Go Toot! Toot!

5. Just To Satify You

6. Around The Block In 80 Days (March in "A")

7. Cottonmouth

8. If You've Seen One You've Seen 'Em All!

9. South Phoenix

10. Dream Lover

11. Busted

12. I'm Blue

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Track List: Duane Does Dylan

1. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right

2. The House Of The Rising Sun

3. It Ain't Me Babe

4. Not The Lovin' Kind

5. She Belongs To Me

6. All I Really Want To Do

7. Houston

8. Love Minus Zero / No Limit

9. Mr. Tambourine Man

10. Blowin' In The Wind

11. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

12. Eve Of Destruction

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Track List: Monsoon

1. Monsoon

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Track List: Movin' N' Groovin'

1. Peter Gunn

2. Some Kinda Earthquake

3. Movin' N' Groovin'

4. Rebel Rouser

5. Detour

6. Cannonball

7. Shazam

8. Kommotion

9. Yep

10. Forty Miles Of Bad Road

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Track List: The "Twangs" The "Thang"

1. My Blue Heaven

2. Tiger Love and Turnip Greens

3. The Last Minute of Innocence

4. Route #1

5. You Are My Sunshine

6. St. Louis Blues

7. Night Train to Memphis

8. The Battle

9. Trambone

10. Blueberry Hill

11. Rebel Walk

12. Easy

13. Bonnie Came Back

14. My Blue Heaven (Alt. Version)

15. Blueberry Hill (Alt. Version)

16. Last Minute of Innocence (Alt. Version)

17. St. Louis Blues (Alt. Version)

18. You Are My Sunshine (Alt. Version)

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Track List: Water Skiing

1. Water Skiing

2. Slalom

3. Rooster Tail

4. The Backward Swan

5. Whip Off

6. Jetterboard

7. Deep-Water Start

8. The Wake Ballet

9. Toe-Hold Side Slide

10. Banana Peels

11. In Gear

12. Jumping The Wake

13. Shuckin'

14. Guitar Star

15. The Iguana

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Track List: Duane A Go-Go / Duane Does Dylan

1. Trash

2. Puddin'

3. Movin' & Groovin'

4. Choo Choo A Go Go Toot! Toot!

5. Just To Satisfy You

6. Around The Block In 80 Days

8. If You've Seen One You've Seen 'Em All

9. South Phoenix

10. Dream Lover

11. Busted

12. I'm Blue

14. The House Of The Rising Sun

15. It Ain't Me Babe

16. Not The Lovin' Kind

17. She Belongs To Me

18. All I Really Want To Do

19. Houston

20. Love Minus Zero / No Limit

21. Mr. Tambourine Man

22. Blowin' In The Wind

23. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

24. Eve Of Destruction

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Track List: The Best Of Duane Eddy

1. Your Baby's Gone Surfin'

2. Rebel Rouser

3. Boss Guitar

4. My Baby Plays The Same Old Song On His Guitar All Night Long

5. Fireball Mail

6. High Noon

7. (Dance With The) Guitar Man

8. The Ballad Of Paladin

9. Deep In The Heart Of Texas

10. Lonely Boy, Lonely Guitar

11. Limbo Rock

12. Wildwood Flower

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Track List: Twangin' The Golden Hits

1. Rebel Rouser

2. Raunchy

3. Shangri-La

4. Last Date

5. Honky Tonk

6. Theme From "A Summer Place"

7. Tequila

8. Stranger On The Shore

9. More (Theme From "Mondo Cane")

10. The River Kwai March (From "The Bridge On The River Kwai")

11. Swingin' Shepherd Blues

12. Rumble

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Track List: Twistin' 'N' Twangin' (Bonus Tracks Version)

1. Peppermint Twist

2. Twistin' 'n' Twangin'

3. Let's Twist Again

4. Miss Twist

5. Sugartime Twist

6. Exactly Like You

7. Walkin' 'n' Twistin' (I'm Walkin')

8. Dear Lady Twist

9. Moanin' 'n' Twistin'

10. Country Twist

11. The Twist

12. Twistin' Off A Cliff

13. Some Blues (Stretchin' Out)

14. The Wild Westerners

15. The Desert Rat

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Track List: "Twang" A Country Song (With Bonus Tracks)

1. Sugar Foot Rag

2. Weary Blues - (From Waiting)

3. Fireball Mail

4. Please Help Me I'm Falling

5. Wildwood Flower

6. Precious Memories

7. Crazy Arms

8. Have You Ever Been Lonely (Have You Ever Been Blue)

9. The Window Up Above

10. A Satisfied Mind

11. Making Believe

12. Peace In The Valley

13. The Son Of Rebel Rouser

14. The Story Of Three Loves (The 18th Variation From Rapsodie On A Theme Of Paganini)

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Track List: Twangin' Up A Storm!

1. Guitar Child

2. All You Gave To Me

3. Giddy Goose

4. Walk Right In

5. He's So Fine

6. Beach Bound

7. Mr. Guitar Man

8. Blowin' Up A Storm

9. My Baby Plays The Same Old Song On His Guitar All Night Long

10. Guitar'd And Feathered

11. Soldier Boy

12. Soul Twist

13. Moon Shot

14. Roughneck

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Track List: The Best Of The RCA Years Hits & Rarities

1. Rebel Rouser

2. Deep In The Heart Of Texas

3. The Desert Rat

4. Joshin'

5. The Son Of Rebel Rouser

7. Guitar Star

8. The Iguana

10. Roughneck

11. The Wild Westerners

12. Shuckin'

13. Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain

15. Our Day Will Come

16. Sunday Morning Rain

17. The Last Dance

19. Some Blues (Stretchin' Out)

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Track List: $1,000,000 Worth Of Twang, Vol II

1. The Battle

2. Cripple Ceek

3. Theme From Dixie

4. John Henry

5. Drivin' Home

6. Prisoners Song

7. Up and Down

8. Bobbie

9. Pepe

10. Lost Friend

11. Trambone

12. Gidget Goes Hawaiian

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Track List: Girls! Girls! Girls!

1. Brenda

2. Sioux City Sue

3. Tammy

4. Big Liza

5. Mary Ann

6. Annette

7. Tuesday

8. Sweet Cindy

9. Patricia

10. Mona Lisa

11. Connie

12. Carol

13. Runaway Pony

14. Annette (Alt. Version)

15. Connie (Alt. Version)

16. Runaway Pony (Alt. Version)

17. Drinin' Home

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Track List: Songs Of Our Heritage

1. Cripple Creek

2. Riddle Song

3. John Henry

4. Streets Of Laredo

5. Prisoner's Song

6. In The Pines

7. Ole Joe Clark

8. Wayfarin' Stranger

9. Top Of Old Smokey

10. Mule Train

11. Scarlet Ribbons

12. Cripple Creek (Without Over Dub)

13. John Henry (Without Over Dub)

14. Prisoner's Song (Without Over Dub)

15. Riddle Song (Without Over Dub)

16. I Gave My Love A Cherry (Original Mono Demo)

17. Scarlet Ribbons (Original Mono Demo)

18. Top Of Old Smokey (Original Mono Demo)

19. Old Joe Clark (Original Mono Demo)

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Track List: $1,000,000,00 Worth Of Twang

1. Rebel-'rouser

2. Cannonball

3. The Quiet Three

4. Bonnie Came Back

5. Because They're Young

6. Theme For Moon Children

7. Movin' 'N Groovin'

8. The Lonely One

9. Forty Miles Of Bad Road

10. Some Kinda Earthquake

11. First Love, First Tears

12. Kommotion

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Track List: "Because They're Young"

1. Because They're Young

2. Rebel Rouser

3. Peter Gunn Theme

4. Yep

5. Forty Miles Of Bad Road

6. Some Kind-A Earthquake

7. Cannonball

8. Pepe

9. Shazam!

10. Ring Of Fire

11. Ramrod

12. Theme From Dixie

13. My Blue Heaven

14. Top Of Old Smokey

15. Kommotion

16. Scarlet Ribbons

17. The Lonely One

18. Bonnie Came Back

19. Moovin' 'n' Groovin'

20. Play Me Like You Play Your Guitar

21. Peter Gunn Theme

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Track List: Especially For You....

1. Peter Gunn

2. Only Child

3. Lover

4. Fuzz

5. Yep

6. Along The Navajo Trail

7. Just Because

8. Quiniela

9. Trouble In Mind

10. Tuxedo Junction

11. Hard Times

12. Along Came Linda

13. Only Child (Alternate Take - Plas Johnson Overdub)

14. Yep (Take 1)

15. St. James

16. Some Kinda Earthquake (Alternate Take, Overdub)

17. First Love, First Tears (Undubbed)

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Track List: Have 'Twangy' Guitar Will Travel

1. Lonesome Road

2. I Almost Lost My Mind

3. Rebel Rouser

4. Three-30-Blues

5. Cannonball

6. The Lonely One

7. Detour

8. Stalkin'

9. Ramrod

10. Anytime

11. Moovin' 'N' Groovin'

12. Loving You

13. Up And Down

14. The Walker

15. Mason Dixon Lion

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Track List: 20 Guitar Greats

1. The Guitar Man

2. Peter Gunn

3. Because They're Young

4. Some Kinda Earthquake

5. Theme From Dixie

6. Shazam

7. Kommotion

8. Trambone

9. Bonnie Come Back

10. Detour

11. Rebel Rouser

12. Play Me Like You Play Your Guitar

13. The Lonely One

14. Movin' 'N' Groovin'

15. Cannonball

16. Yep

17. Ramrod

18. Ring Of Fire

19. Ragbone

20. 40 Miles Of Bad Road

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Dont read this. You will be kissed on the nearest friday. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life. Now that youve started reading this dont stop this is so freaky. But if you ignore this you will have bad luck. Post this on 15 songs in 143 minutes. When you are done press the space bar and your crushes name will appear in big letters in the screen this is so freaky it actually works
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Nothing better than twanging when peddling need a good work out on me ol ' bike got home real fast! Thanks duane
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Peter Gunn by Duane Eddy off Because They're Young: As good as Henry Mancini's version in its own way. Just by the by - Duane Eddy and his Rebels played this song as a cameo in the movie Pepe back in the 60's or whenever. But on the rare occasion the movie plays on TV, for some reason Duane and his song are cut out - very disappoint i n g .
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veggiearies
Luv Rebel Rouser❤
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Peter Gunn - Duane Eddy off his Because they're Young album: His original version too. Just great - big bold a sassy. Rivals Mancini's own version for innovation, although they're both quite different
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The Wild Westerners - Duane Eddy: Love it, haven't heard it since the 60's
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Peter Gunn Theme has a great rolling guitar makes it great along with the Sax solo. Really great.:o))
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NICE
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Groovy!
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Rebel Rouser - Duane Eddy (off Have Twangy Guitar, will travel) - love it, big, bold and rockin', just what we expected in that early rock 'n' roll era. Shame that over the years he's re-recorded several inferior versions not only of this classic but others of his that even subsequent superior technical advances in recording equipment still has been unable to improve on the originals. All the subsequent inferior recordings have achieved is to muddy the quality of his legacy.
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Great twangy/cowbo y guitar.
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OMG!!! This song blows my mine!!!
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God I love it...! Each time I hear the PETER GUNN theme, I am immediately taken to the Great Karoo in South African as a thundering steam locomotive trailing a long smoke trace in the western sky manages the business end of a passenger train wheeling fast and heavy into the evening as night overtakes the land. Onward we hurl through the darkness Zimbabwe our destination by dawn…
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His guitar made even that piece of garbage sound pretty good.
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Yeah...basic and repetitive is not an insult...les s is more...would take this over latter day art/rock progressive 20 minute piles of self indulgent poop.
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Mafia 2 joes adventure, this song is playing in the last cutscenes
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Movin' N Groovin>>now you're talking Porky Chedwick
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Great ol music
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I was a big fan of instrumental s , especially after the deaths of Buddy Holly and Eddie Cochran, and Duane Eddy was the perfect choice over the teeny bop idols. He, along with Johnny & The Hurricanes and The Ventures, helped keep me inspired to buy 45's.
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Love his music, but never read anything about his 1962 LP Twangy Guitar/ Silky Strings. I have worn out two of them over the years. His rendition of Unchained Melody is awesome!!
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I loved Jimi Hendrix's homage to Duane Eddy when he recorded the Peter Gunn Theme. Eddy was a true innovator.
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squeax01
His guitar is sooo good. Really makes me happy to listen to him.
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Peter Gunn Theme just may be the coooolist riff ever. And coming in 2nd, Now I Wanna Be Your Dog:, by the Stooges. Just sayin'
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@ don1983 I'm with you man, no basic repetetive-n e s s to this guy's style whatsoever.. . s h o u l d be deleted above...cuz it's BS dude
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Duane Eddy is legendary. Period. Anything he records is sick. Don't disrespect
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movin' & and a groovin'
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Duane Eddy, have all his albums, wonder why we don't hear anything from him anymore, is he still around?
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just love his music back than the artist where alot better, elvis was around,he was and stays the Greatest Entertainer. . e v e r ! thanks , love yoy station keep up the good work
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bobosharon1
The best
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It's also him in the backing of BJ Thomas' Rock and Roll Lullaby
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do yo have rev up or trans miss yun.
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Listen to the start of Peter Gunn and the Stones Get Off of My Cloud. Hard to miss the influence.
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The Best
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i grew up listening to duane eddy,he was good inthe 50s and still good today.
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cms0841
he is very good
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Duane is still performing and currently(10 / 1 0 ) i s in England,doin g concerts and cutting a new album.
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lucky_lou
I Love the Peter Gunn Theme. :)
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campprincess k k
Great !
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One of the greatest guitar instrumental i s t s next to Link Wray and Dick Dale
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don1983
Basic and repetitive? Wait, can't that be said of EVERY genre of music since the original rock and roll of the 50's? Rock, punk, new wave, metal, rap, soul, grunge, etc.etc, what the eff? Duane Eddy has put out some great timeless music that is enjoyed by many people. This critic has produced..NO T H I N G . His writing is basic and repetitive, especially all at once.
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'Not The Loving Kind' is one of Eddy's most lyrical and haunting (I assume) covers. The man sure has soul!
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phleebusmacg e n t r y
Rebel Rouser got me to buy my first guitar.
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I love that twang. My favorite still has to be his treatment of Henry Mancini's 'Peter Gunn.'
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In the Pines,what a great oldie. this instrumental version was sure a hit in our household,Ve r y well delivered. It was a little wierd hearing the song with no vocal.Enjoya b l e never the less.
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flagday45
Always loved Duane Eddy's "twangy" sound......i t ' s great to hear Rebel Rouser again!

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