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Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen Rockpalast: Bluesrock Legends Vol.1

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Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen: Rockpalast: Bluesrock Legends Vol.1

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Songs

Commander Cody - Rockpalast: Bluesrock Legends Vol.1 CD 1
1: Thank You Lone Ranger
2: Two Triple Cheese
3: It Should Have Been Me
4: Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar
5: Seeds And Stems
6: Who's Got The Rock?
7: Go To Hell
8: Sea Wolf I
9: Rocket 88
10: Midnight In Memphis
11: Stealing At Seven Eleven
12: Rock That Boogie
13: Ubangi Stomp
14: Hot Rod Lincoln
15: Riot In Cell Block No 9
16: Roll The Dice
17: Sea Wolf Ii
1: Thank You Lone Ranger
2: Two Triple Cheese
3: It Should Have Been Me
4: Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar
5: Seeds And Stems
6: Who's Got The Rock?
7: Go To Hell
8: Sea Wolf I
9: Rocket 88
10: Midnight In Memphis
11: Stealing At Seven Eleven
12: Rock That Boogie
13: Ubangi Stomp
14: Hot Rod Lincoln
15: Riot In Cell Block No 9
16: Roll The Dice
17: Sea Wolf Ii

 

Artikeleigenschaften von Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen: Rockpalast: Bluesrock Legends Vol.1

  • Interpret: Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen

  • Albumtitel: Rockpalast: Bluesrock Legends Vol.1

  • Artikelart CD

  • Genre Country

  • Label SPV

  • SubGenre Country - General

  • EAN: 0693723902623

  • Gewicht in Kg: 0.100
 
 

Interpreten-Beschreibung "Commander Cody"

Commander Cody

  Everybody's Doin' It

Although credited to every member of the Lost Planet Airmen, this was in fact a direct lift from the Modern Mountaineers' 1937 blue Bluebird recording of Everybody's Truckin'. The original 78 said "Not Licensed for Radio Broadcast," but of course "Totally Unsuitable for Radio Broadcast" would have been nearer the mark. Apocryphally, Paramount Records placed a sticker on Cody's 'Country Casanova' LP saying "Side 1, Track 2 not suitable for airplay," but Side 1, Track 2 was actually a gospel song, Shall We Meet. Again, apocryphally, some stations played Everybody's Doin' It, leading to a hue and cry and the end of Commander Cody on country radio. It's hard to say how much traction the Commander ever had on country radio, but the answer is probably not much. That being the case, they probably got more mileage out of telling how they were outlawed by country radio. The more interesting question is how, in the pre-internet and reissue era, did the Airmen hear this incredibly obscure track, and the answer appears to be that Dr. Demento aka Barrett Hansen played it for them. They liked it, Hansen ran a copy, and they learned it.

 

Various Truckers, Kickers, Cowboy Angels - The Blissed-Out Birth Of Country Rock, Vol. 6: 1973 (2-CD)
Read more at: https://www.bear-family.com/various-truckers-kickers-cowboy-angels-the-blissed-out-birth-of-country-rock-vol.-6-1973-2-cd.html
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