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Vinyl LP pressing. Celebrate the golden era of Carl Perkins with Sun Records' 70th Anniversary collection of his remastered hits, The King of Rockabilly. Boasting an alternate version of "Honey Don't," as well as an extended, never-before-released version of "Y.O.U." which features a spoken-word bridge section by Carl Perkins. The album also includes the classic hits "Put Your Cat Clothes On" featuring Jerry Lewis, "Boppin' the Blues," and "All Mama's Children," co-written with Johnny Cash
Vinyl LP pressing. Celebrate the golden era of Carl Perkins with Sun Records' 70th Anniversary collection of his remastered hits, The King of Rockabilly. Boasting an alternate version of "Honey Don't," as well as an extended, never-before-released version of "Y.O.U." which features a spoken-word bridge section by Carl Perkins. The album also includes the classic hits "Put Your Cat Clothes On" featuring Jerry Lewis, "Boppin' the Blues," and "All Mama's Children," co-written with Johnny Cash
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Format: Vinyl
Label: SUN RECORDS
Rel. Date: 03/18/2022
UPC: 015047803293

Carl Perkins: The King Of Rockabilly (Sun Records)
Artist: Carl Perkins
Format: Vinyl
New: Available--will ship direct from our distributor $24.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Honey Don't (Alternate)
2. Your True Love
3. Boppin' the Blues
4. Look at That Moon
5. Matchbox
6. Blue Suede Shoes
7. Pink Pedal Pushers
8. Movie Magg
9. Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby
10. You Can Do No Wrong
11. All Mama's Children
12. Y.O.U.
13. Put Your Cat Clothes On (feat. Jerry Lee Lewis)
14. Sweethearts or Strangers

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Vinyl LP pressing. Celebrate the golden era of Carl Perkins with Sun Records' 70th Anniversary collection of his remastered hits, The King of Rockabilly. Boasting an alternate version of "Honey Don't," as well as an extended, never-before-released version of "Y.O.U." which features a spoken-word bridge section by Carl Perkins. The album also includes the classic hits "Put Your Cat Clothes On" featuring Jerry Lewis, "Boppin' the Blues," and "All Mama's Children," co-written with Johnny Cash
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