Duane Eddy - Twangin' The Golden Hits album FLAC
Features Song Lyrics for Duane Eddy's Twangin' the Golden Hits album.
Twangin' The Golden Hits.
Album · 1965 · 12 Songs. Best of Duane Eddy (Re-Recorded Versions). Have 'Twangy' Guitar, Will Travel.
This is a record album by duane eddy called "Twangin' the golden hits", & IT's on the RCA victor label in stereo & was issued in 1965. IT Contains a dozen instrumental hits like: "Honky tonk, raunchy, rebel rouser, tequila, last date, swingin' shepherd blues + the rumble", etc. Cover photo shows eddy posing with his guitar in vault filled with gold bars.
Well, it contains one great hit - "Rebel Rouser" - in a re-recorded version. The rest of the album is Eddy tackling rock instrumental hits like "Rumble," "Honky Tonk," "Raunchy" and "Tequila," as well as smooth pop instrumentals like "Last Date," "Theme from 'A Summer Place, '" "The River Kwai March" and "More (Theme from 'Mondo Cane')
Elton John Your Song. ZZ Top Gimme All Your Lovin'.
Original album covers were white with Duane Eddy sitting on guitar case and the LP title in white. 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. Twangin' the Golden Hits.
One Way reissued two of Duane Eddy's RCA albums, Twangin' the Golden Hits and Twang a Country Song, on one CD in 1998. Well, it contains one great hit - "Rebel Rouser" - in a re-recorded version
Gretsch 6120 Duane Eddy Advertisement. That guitar seems to have lasted you right through? I'm still using it, yeah, still plan to use it on a new album. Did you do any promotion or advertising with Gretsch? No, never did a thing. In 1962 we'd had four years of hits, and we decided to have a Duane Eddy guitar made, you know? Wanted to market those, and my manager talked to Gretsch, to Gibson, to Guild, and Guild came up with the best deal.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – Eddy*, Hazlewood*
Written-By – Justis*, Manker*
Written-By – Sigman*, Malneck*, Maxwell*
Written-By – Floyd Cramer
Written-By – Doggett*, Butler*, Scott*, Shepherd*
|A6||Theme From "A Summer Place"
Arranged By, Conductor – Marty PaichWritten-By – Max Steiner
Written-By – Chuck Rio
|B2||Stranger On The Shore
Written-By – Acker Bilk, Leon Young
|B3||More (Theme From "Mondo Cane")
Written-By – Nino Oliviero, Riz Ortolani
|B4||The River Kwai March
Written-By – M. Arnold*
|B5||Swingin' Shepherd Blues
Written-By – Jacobson*, Koffman*, Roberts*
Written-By – Fred Lincoln Wray*, Milt Grant*
- Directed By [Musical] – Al Casey
- Engineer [Recording] – Jim Malloy
- Liner Notes – Hal Levy
- Performer – Duane Eddy
- Photography By [Cover & Liner] – Ken Whitmore
- Producer – Al Schmitt, Duane Eddy
NotesRecorde in RCA Victor's Music Center of the World, Hollywood, California.
Manufactured by Camy Productions, Inc. for Radio Corporation Of America.
©1965, Radio Corporation Of America.
Made/printed in U.S.A.
Also released in Stereo LSP-2993
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: none
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1): R3RM-1338
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2): R3RM-1339
- Other (Runout Groove Stamp): R3RM-1338- -2S A1
- Other (Runout Groove Stamp): R3RM-1339- -5S A1
|LPM-2993, LPM 2993||Duane Eddy||Twangin' The Golden Hits (LP, Album, Mono, Ind)||RCA Victor, RCA Victor||LPM-2993, LPM 2993||US||1965|
|INTS 1057||Duane Eddy||Twangin' The Golden Hits (LP, RE)||RCA International, RCA International (Camden)||INTS 1057||Germany||1970|
|LSP 2993||Duane Eddy||Golden Records (LP)||RCA Victor||LSP 2993||Italy||1965|
|INTS 1057, 26.21194||Duane Eddy||Twangin' The Golden Hits (LP, RE)||RCA, RCA, RCA International, RCA International||INTS 1057, 26.21194||Germany||Unknown|
|SWL-1032||Duane Eddy||Twangin' The Golden Hits (LP, Album, Unofficial, Ora)||Bell Song Record||SWL-1032||Taiwan||Unknown|