The results aren't horrendous, and some critics liked what they heard, but this record wasn't what Perkins' fans, country or rock, were paying to hear him do, and amounts to a curious digression from his real music and sound.
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Watch the video for Boppin' the Blues from Carl Perkins's Original Sun Greatest Hits for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Carl Perkins (April 9, 1932 - January 19 1998) was an American rockabilly singer, guitarist and songwriter, performing early Rockabilly and Rock n Roll along with more traditional Country and Gospel music for decades before his death at age 65. His best known song was "Blue Suede Shoes" in 1956 which was the first single to top three charts listed by Billboard Magazine - popular, country and western, and rhythm and blues.
Carl Perkins-Boppin The Blues guitar tab, guitar tabs, bass tabs, chords and guitar pro tabs. Artist: Carl Perkins. Album: Greatest Rock Hits. D5 All them cats are boppin' the blues, A5 it must be goin' round. E5 A5 E5 I love you, baby, I must be rhythm bound. A5 Well, the doctor told me, Carl, you don't need no pills. D5 A5 Yeah, that doctor told me, boy, you don't need no pills. E5 A5 E5 Just a handful of nickels and a jukebox will cure your ills. CHORUS: A5 Well, all my friends are boppin' the blues, A5 it must be goin' round.
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Boppin' the Blues - All Mama's Children. Single, 1956, Sun Record Company, Sun Records. 1. Boppin' the Blues. 9. Wrong Yo Yo. 10. Everybodys Trying to Be My Baby. 13. Saber más. Forever Yours - That's Right.
Greatest Hits - Finest Performances: Carl Perkins 1957. The Dance Album 1957. Don't Be Cruel (Version 1). Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis & Johnny Cash 1990. The Perkins Brothers Band, featuring both Carl and Jay on lead vocals, quickly established itself as the hottest band in the get-hot-or-go-home cutthroat Jackson, TN, honky tonk circuit. It was here that Carl started composing his first songs with an eye toward the future.
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