Old Tune Reviews

Old Tune Reviews


Property of Checkers records, all rights reserved Bo Diddley made a name for himself among the emerging rock n’ roll…

Old Tune Reviews


Property of Sun records. Jerry Lee Lewis captured Sun Record’s (and soon America’s) heart in 1958 with his self-debut titled…

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Property of Chess Records. All rights reserved. So far, Elvis, Ray Charles and Chuck Berry have been the only blues-type…

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Copyright Sun Records By 1958, Johnny Cash had already been in the spot light for three years with hit singles…

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Decca Records all rights reserved Released in 1958, “That’ll Be the Day,” would be Buddy Holly’s last album before his…

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Courtesy of RCA Records While Elvis Presley was taking over the music world during the 1950’s, he was also trying…

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Courtesy of RCA Records Elvis Presley was a very busy man during the early stages of his career. He took…

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Despite his short career, Buddy Holly is one of America’s most revered musicians of all time despite his short career.…

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Courtesy of Chess Records A favorite in 1958 dancehalls, Chuck Berry’s second album, “One Dozen Berrys,” put an exclamation point…

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Courtesy of Specialty Records Released in 1958, Little Richard’s second album, “Little Richard,” knocks your socks off better than his…

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Courtesy of Brunswick Records The boys from Texas, Buddy Holly and the Crickets, became one of America’s biggest groups in…

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Courtesy of RCA Records Feliz Navidad to everyone! Well, it’s not Christmas season yet, but Mr. Elvis Presley returns to…