Rock & Roll Hall Of Famer Duane Eddy joins us for part 1 of our interview recorded on location at the Musician's Hall Of Fame & Museum in Nashville, TN. We talk about early guitar influences, his duo of Jimmy & Duane, his "twang" sound, successful debut album, Elvis, listing musicians on his album jacket, Dick Clark, Everly Brothers, Art Of Noise and a deal with Capitol Records.
Next week we'll hear about "Rebel Rouser" in Forrest Gump, Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame and much more!! Be sure to check out the bonus interview footage below!
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Bonus interview footage with Duane discussing production of Phil Everly's debut album on RCA (along with "The Air That I Breathe" which influenced The Hollies to record their version) and hearing Elvis for the first time (along with "An American Trilogy" featuring Duane on guitar from 2015's Elvis Presley release of If I Can Dream):
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|Debut album, Have Twangy Guitar|
Intro Voice Over- Rob "Cool Daddy" Dempsey
Intro music bed- Brian Setzer- "Rockabilly Blues"
Eddie Cochran- "Mean When I'm Mad"
Everly Brothers- "Be Bop-A-Lula"
Duane Eddy interview
The Sharps- "Have Love Will Travel"
Jimmy & Duane- "I Want Some Lovin' Baby"
Duane Eddy- "Movin' N' Groovin'"
Duane Eddy- "I Almost Lost My Mind"
Duane Eddy- "Shazam"
Duane Eddy- "Forty Miles Of Bad Road"
Duane Eddy- "3:30 Blues"
The Art Of Noise (with Duane Eddy)- "Peter Gunn"
Outro music bed- Duane Eddy- "Rockabilly Holiday"
|James Riley & Duane Eddy|
in front of Duane's exhibit at
Musician's Hall Of Fame & Museum
"Moovin' N' Groovin'"
Dick Clark interviews Duane Eddy
Art Of Noise with Duane Eddy
"Forty Miles Of Bad Road" on Dick Clark's Saturday Night Beechnut Show
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