Echo's Of The Past

1961 45 Rpm The Roomates GLORY OF LOVE On Valmor 008. There are so many Diffrent pressings of this record, I’ve seen it as a one sided promo Of Glory Of Love , one sided of Knever Knew, and Of Course the Red Label Styrene record, it also came out as a picture sleeve which was promotional only.. #1961 #45Rpm #Roomates #GloryOfLove #ValmorRecords #DooWop #IDigDooWop #DooWopRules #RockAndRoll #PopRock #Vinyl #VinylClub #VinylForSale #VinylCollector #Wax #MidCentury #Record #RecordClub #RecordJunkie #RecordsForSale #RecordCollector #CrateDigger #NowSpinning

1978 Lp Picture Disc Elvis Presley Tribute Record TO ELVIS: LOVE STILL BURNING On Fotoplay 1001. Cool Picture Disc! #1978 #Lp #ElvisTrubute #ToElvisLoveStllBurning #PhotoplayRecords #Rock #pop #pictureDisc #ElvisPresley #Vinyl #VinylClub #VinylForSale #VinylCollector #Wax #MidCentury #OldiesMusic #Record #RecordClub #RecordJunkie #RecordsForSale #RecordCollector #CrateDigger #NowSpinning

1965 Lp Elvis Presley GIRL HAPPY On Rca Victor Lpm 3338 (Mono). A soundtrack from one of his Cheesy Sixties Movies! I am an Elvis Nut lol. And Who wouldn’t want to do the clam lol.. #1965 #Lp #ElvisPresley #GirlHappy #SoundTrack #RcaVictor #DoTheClam #Rock #RockAndRoll #PopRock #Elvis #Vinyl #VinylClub #VinylForSale #VinylCollector #Record #RecordClub #RecordJunkie #RecordsForSale #RecordJunkie #RecordsForSale #RecordCollector #CrateDigger #NowSpinning

Elvis Presley may be the single most important figure in American 20th century popular music. Not necessarily the best, and certainly not the most consistent. But no one could argue with the fact that he was the musician most responsible for popularizing rock & roll on an international level. Viewed in cold sales figures, his impact was phenomenal. Dozens upon dozens of international smashes from the mid-’50s to the mid-’70s, as well as the steady sales of his catalog and reissues since his death in 1977, may make him the single highest-selling performer in history.

1965 Lp Johnny Burnette ROSES ARE RED On Liberty Lst 7255. Pretty Cool Mid Sixties Album, Johnny Changing It Up From His Rockabilly Days! #1965 #Lp #JohnnyBurnette RosesAreRed #LibertyRecords #Girls #RockAndRoll #PopRock #OldiesMusic #Vinyl #VinylClub #VinylForSale #VinylCollector #Wax #MidCentury #Record #RecordClub #RecordJunkie #RecordsForSale #RecordCollector #CrateDigger #NowSpinning

A contemporary of Elvis Presley in the Memphis scene of the mid-’50s, Johnny Burnette played a similar brand of fiery, spare wildman rockabilly. With his brother Dorsey (on bass) and guitarist Paul Burlison forming his Rock ‘n’ Roll Trio, he recorded a clutch of singles for Decca in 1956 and 1957 that achieved nothing more than regional success. Featuring the groundbreaking fuzzy tone of Burlison’s guitar, Johnny’s energetic vocals, and Dorsey’s slapping bass, these recordings — highlighted by the first rock & roll version of “Train Kept A-Rollin’” — compare well to the classic Sun rockabilly of the same era. The trio disbanded in 1957, and Johnny found pop success as a teen idol in the early ’60s with hits like “You’re Sixteen” and “Dreamin’.” Burnette died in a boating accident in 1964. His brother Dorsey achieved modest success as a solo act in the early ’60s, and Burlison resurfaced as a member of the Sun Rhythm Section.