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Customer Reviews

"Everything About You Is So Doggone Sweet!"

.."Went Out Last Night; Didn't Stay Late!"..Oh; Yeah; Momma; You can Dance to this one!-Carl Perkins never really got that "Big Break" he so surely deserved; But his primal "Rockin & Twangin" style of picking influenced so many budding young axemen: George Harrison; Eric Clapton; Jimmy Page; Dave Edmunds & Marshall Crenshaw; To pick off a few!-(And Kudos to Johnny Cash for giving Carl the chance to "Pick Some" with "The Man In Black!")-Country; Rockabilly; Rock and Blues; This true "Rock & Roll Originator" could play it all & Then some!-"Oh; The Right String; Baby; But The Wrong Yo-Yo!"-Dig It!-...by Grimmbo.

A MUST BUY FOR ANYBODY!!!

I don't own a CD or iTunes copy of this, but I listen to it (I have an origional 1950s copy on record) every day! It's the best! I'm a blues player, but still, anybody can enjoy this. By far the best record ever made in the 1950s!!!

Carl!!!

Carl Perkins Is one of the greatest.Every song is a classic. Every Album Is Amazing.Buy It.

Biography

Born: April 9, 1932 in Tiptonville, TN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

While some ill-informed revisionist writers of rock history would like to dismiss Carl Perkins as a rockabilly artist who became a one-hit wonder at the dawn of rock & roll's early years, a deeper look at his music and career reveals much more. A quick look at his songwriting portfolio shows that he composed "Daddy Sang Bass" for Johnny Cash, "I Was So Wrong" for Patsy Cline, and "Let Me Tell You About Love" for the Judds, big hits and classics all. His influence as the quintessential rockabilly...
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