Eddie Cochran - Summertime Blues [Single] album download
Summertime Blues" is a song co-written and recorded by American rockabilly artist Eddie Cochran. It was written by Cochran and his manager Jerry Capehart. Originally a single B-side, it was released in August 1958 and peaked at number 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 on September 29, 1958 and number 18 on the UK Singles Chart.
Summertime Blues Lyrics. I'm a-gonna raise a fuss I'm a-gonna raise a holler About workin' all summer Just-a trying to earn a dollar. Every time I call my baby Try to get a date My boss says "No dice, son You gotta work late". Sometimes I wonder What I'm a-gonna do But there ain't no cure For the summertime blues. Well my mama and papa told me "Son, you gotta make some money If you wanna use the car To go a-ridin' next Sunday" . This would turn out to be Eddie Cochran’s highest charting single of his career. He died only two years later at the age of 21 after a road accident. Cochran remains an icon of Rockabilly. This song describes the hardships of summer, as co-writer Jerry Capehart, the manger of Eddie Cochran, puts it.
Eddie Cochran Summertime Blues (1958) (Cochran/Capeheart). Originally a non-album single, after Cochran's death included on "The Eddie Cochran Memorial Album" (1960). On the studio recording the idiosyncratic chord riff is played on an acoustic guitar. It is played in D-shapes but the key is E major, so probably a capo 2nd fret is used. capo: 2nd fret play: D key: E -. RIFF.
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Summertime Blues" is a song co-written and recorded by American rockabilly artist Eddie Cochran. It has been covered by many artists, including being a number-one hit for country music artist Alan Jackson, and scoring notable hits in versions by The Who and Blue Cheer. Eddie Cochran - Summertime Blues. Eddie Cochran - Summertime Blues (Town Hall Party - 1959). Eddie Cochran - Summertime Blues Lyrics. Brian Setzer-Summertime Blues. THE WHO - Summertime Blues (1975).
Though Eddie Cochran was only twenty-one when he died, he left a lasting mark as a rock and roll pioneer. Cochran zeroed in on teenage angst and desire with such classics as "C'mon Everybody," "Something Else," "Twenty Flight Rock" and "Summertime Blues. A flashy stage dresser with a tough-sounding voice, Cochran epitomized the sound and the stance of the Fifties rebel rocker. Eddie Cochran released only one album during his lifetime, which was abruptly cut short when the taxi in which he was a passenger crashed en route to a London airport at the end of a British tour. Also injured in the accident were rocker Gene Vincent and Cochran's fiancée, songwriter Shari Sheeley. The single Cochran released just before his death, eerily enough, was entitled "Three Steps to Heaven.
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