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Link Wray - Rumble

  • Performer: Link Wray
  • Title: Rumble
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: Germany
  • Record source: Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Reissue
  • Released: 1982
  • Style: Rockabilly, Instrumental
  • Label: Line Records
  • Cat#: LLP 5156 AS
  • MP3 album: 1151 mb
  • FLAC album: 1595 mb
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 234
Link Wray - Rumble

Tracklist

1Hidden Charms2:46
2Batman Theme2:02
3Hang On2:30
4The Swag2:22
5The Sweeper1:58
6The Black Widow1:58
7I'm Branded2:06
8Turnpike U.S.A.2:28
9Rumble Mambo2:28
10Tijuana2:08
11Ace Of Spades2:20
12Alone2:36
13El Toro2:28
14Rumble2:20
15Good Rockin' Tonight2:50
16Weekend2:16


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
UP002Link Wray & The Raymen There's Good Rockin' Tonite ‎(LP, Comp)Union PacificUP002UK1972
CR 30171Link Wray And The Raymen Rock 'N' Roll 'N' Rumble ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, RE)Charly RecordsCR 30171UK1979
CR 30171Link Wray & The Raymen Rock 'N' Roll 'N' Rumble ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, RE)Charly RecordsCR 30171UK1979
UP002Link Wray & The Raymen There's Good Rockin' Tonite ‎(LP, Comp, Mono)Union PacificUP002UKUnknown
JTU AL 78Link Wray Rockin' Rumble ‎(LP, Comp)Surprise JTU AL 78Netherlands1981


Credits

  • Acoustic GuitarDoug Wray (tracks: A8)
  • BassShorty Horton
  • BrassDoug Wray (tracks: A3)
  • CastanetsDoug Wray (tracks: A5)
  • DrumsDoug Wray
  • Effects, VoiceBobby Howard (tracks: B5)
  • FluteDoug Wray (tracks: A4)
  • Lead Guitar, Rhythm GuitarLink Wray
  • OrganDoug Wray (tracks: A7)
  • PianoDoug Wray (tracks: A6, B6)
  • ProducerRay Vernon
  • SaxophoneDoug Wray (tracks: A5, B6)
  • VocalsLink Wray (tracks: B2, B8)


Notes

B2 is written Good Rockin' Boogie to the label. Back sleeve is correct.


Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 66.22 615-01-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 66.22 615-01-2
  • Label Code: LC 6155
  • Rights Society: GEMA


Companies

  • Licensed From – Charly Records


Album

Rumble - Link Wray. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Link Wray - The Original Rumble 22 Other Storming Guitar Instrumentals 1989 Ace Records Ltd Country: USA 1. The Original Rumble. Rumble is an influential rock instrumental by Link Wray & His Ray Men. Originally released in 1958, Rumble utilized then-unexplored techniques like distortion and feedback. It is also described as the first song to use the power chord, the major modus operandi of the modern rock guitarist. The song is a 12-bar blues instrumental played by a combination of two electric guitars, an electric bass guitar, and drum set. Rumble is an instrumental by American group Link Wray & His Ray Men. Released in the United States on March 31, 1958, as a single with The Swag as a B-side, Rumble utilized the techniques of distortion and feedback, then largely unexplored in rock and roll. The single is the only instrumental ever banned from radio in the United States. It is also one of the first tunes to use the power chord, the major modus operandi of the modern rock guitarist. Встречается в альбомах. That's Why The Moon Was Smiling. Link Wray. Easter Dance. A Happy Easter. Dancing Couple. Carnival King. Hunting Down Good Tunes. Take A Walk With. Great Hits. Holy Christmas Voices. Mega Tree. Другие версии. Link Wray : Rumble Man,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Композиторы: Link Wray, Соавторы: Copyright Control. Tough Top Cat. A novel guitar tune created and written in 1957-1958 has the distinction of being the only instrumental song ever banned for radio play in the U. The songs name is Rumble, performed by a guitarist named Link Wray and his band, the Wraymen. The songs offensive nature, apparently, had to do with the fear that it might incite gang violence. Link Wrays 1958 hit Rumble on the Cadence record label a short lived venture for Wray, who would later move on to other record labels. Click for updated vinyl by Sundazed, NY. Music Player Rumble -1958. The first Wray album I bought was Link Wray and his Wraymen, which listed Rumble as a track actually, two tracks, as it was also a bonus track as an alternate take. It was, in fact, a different track called Ramble, which was released as follow-up to Rumble. I believe it was intentionally mislabelled by the label, who probably did not own the rights to Wray's biggest hit. I am old enough to remember Link Wray's 'Rumble' of 1958. He fell under the radar after 1960 but recorded some great music thereafter. Link Wray might have been the initiator of the 'guitar band' era - followed by Dick Dale, the Ventures -- although he did a few vocals


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