Duane Eddy is one of Rock and Roll's most successful and influential guitarists. Known for his "twangy" sound, Eddy was a regular on the charts from the '50s all the way through to the '80s. These two Eddy albums were originally released on Colpix in 1965 and they show Eddy's simple blend of driving rhythm and catchy melodies.
3.Movin' & Groovin'
4.Choo Choo A Go Go Toot! Toot!
5.Just To Satisfy You
6.Around The Block In 80 Days (March In "A")
8.If You've Seen One You've Seen 'Em All!
13.Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
14.House Of The Rising Sun
15.It Ain't Me, Babe
16.Not The Lovin' Kind
17.She Belongs To Me
18.All I Really Want To Do
20.Lovin Minus Zero / No Limit
21.Mr. Tambourine Man
22.Blowin' In The Wind
23.Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
24.Eve Of Destruction
2 LPs on 1 CD: DUANE A GO-GO (1965)/DOES BOB DYLAN (1965).
The two 1965 albums combined here are full of the trademark Duane Eddy sound. Eddy had a simple formula--simple melody lines played on the lowest strings of the guitar and than heavily echoed--but it proved surprisingly adaptable. Here he tackles rock, blues, country, R&B, and folk rock, lending his unique sound to all of them. It all makes for great fun in a charming, period-piece kind of way, but don't take the DOES DYLAN part of the title too literally; Eddy also covers faux-folk songs by legendary producer Lee Hazlewood. In particular, Eddy's version of "House of the Rising Sun," replete with baroque-rock harpsichord, folk-rock harmonica, and proto-acid-rock fuzz-guitar.