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The Way I Walk - Robert Gordon (2) With Link Wray - Fresh Fish Special (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. ROBERT GORDON WITH LINK WRAY FRESH FISH SPECIAL Label: PRVIATE STOCK RECORDS Format: 33 rpm 12" LP stereo Country: United States Vinyl Condition: M- Cover Condition: VG Year Released: LP Quantity: 1 Catalog #: PS Other Info: edge wear; Record is in new clean inner sleeve; Inventory Number: Q/5(3).
  2. Otherwise, Fresh Fish Special doesn't stray especially far from the sound or direction of Gordon's debut. Link Wray returns as Gordon's lead guitarist, and as on the first LP he's in fine form, though he doesn't get to offer up as tough a sound as one might wish (many of the tunes are too low-key to carry the full weight of Wray's full-on Author: Robert Gordon With Link Wray.
  3. Fresh Fish Special was Robert Gordon's second album recorded with the venerable lead guitarist, Link Wray. They cover rock classics like Jack Scott's "The Way I Walk" and the premier of Bruce Springsteen's smoldering hit "Fire."/5(7).
  4. Barnes & Noble® has the best selection of Rock Rock & Roll Vinyl LPs. Buy Robert Gordon's album titled Robert Gordon with Link Wray [LP] [Bonus Track] to enjoy in Price: $
  5. Digitally re-mastered disc with 2 original albums on a single CD. Journalist/musician Robert Gordon put his money where his mouth was hooked up with rockabilly legend Link Wray for a pair of albums that flew in the face of the punk revolution but adhered to the DIY philosophy of the 70'lweathjerinlecatchdenvelpbablolattiaca.coinfos:
  6. Gordon and his debut, Robert Gordon with Link Wray, is arguably as good an LP, as any of the rock'n'roll roots music it so carefully paid tribute to. This raw and compelling King Biscuit Flower Hour recording was made in Philadelphia in , while Gordon was on tour to promote his RCA Records debut, Rock Billy Boogie.
  7. Robert Gordon's two Private Stock LPs with the legendary Link Wray-Robert Gordon With Link Wray () and Fresh Fish Special () - were the best rockabilly revival records because they created something new from the ashes of rockabilly. It wasn't revivalism to either artist - it was new music with all the energy and edginess of new music, rooted in rockabilly's timeless truths.
  8. This set is a combination of Robert Gordon's first two solo albums, "Robert Gordon With Link Wray' and "Fresh Fish Special" both recorded on the Private Stock label. This album helped produce some of Gordon's signature songs, like "Red Hot" and "The Way I Walk".

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