9 Reply to “ Super 88 - Link Wray - The Link Wray Rumble (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Limited vinyl LP repressing in gatefold jacket. Recorded in a shaky makeshift chicken shack in rural Maryland, Link Wray's eponymous solo album is a compelling and forward-looking piece of honest, handmade Americana. This album is vastly different from /5(24).
  2. Link Wray proved to be the only album that the guitarist issued in his own name to hit the American charts during his nearly year recording career. Although it didn't receive much critical acclaim at the time of its release, Link Wray has seen a resurgence in recent years and developed a cult following, with artists from Nick Cave to The.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Link Wray Rumble on Discogs. Label: Polydor - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: UK • /5(13).
  4. Link's napalm-spewing guitar sound can only be duplicated by sticking one's head into the tailpipe of a NASA rocket. Dressed in a black motorcycle jacket and wielding a savage axe, Link Wray created the blueprint for everyone from the Kingsmen to the Cramps with his flame-throwing hit "Rumble.
  5. Nov 05,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Link Wray & Ray Men - Rumble Cadence 45 RPM Vinyl Record. YouTube 7 Tips to Perfect Sounding Vinyl Records: Handling, Cleaning, Playing overview - Duration:
  6. LABEL: Rumble Records. A1 Oddball Aka Rumble. FORMAT: Vinyl LP. A3 Walking With Link. B7 Missing Link. A5 The Swag. B4 The Freeze. The Original Cadence Sessions. LABEL: Rumble Records. Link Wray & The Wraymen Link Wray & The Wraymen vinyl LP NEW/SEALED. $ + $ shipping. B1-B4, B7-B9 make up the aborted album for Cadence in Seller Rating: % positive.
  7. Release Date/13/;Notes:Link Wray TITLE: Son of Rumble/Whole Lotta Talking (7" Vinyl Single) Fred Lincoln "Link" Wray, Jr. (May 2, - November 5, ) was an Native American Shawnee rock and roll guitarist, songwriter, and vocalist who became popular in the late s.
  8. A classic rock and roll album from , it features tracks of rare Link Wray singing vocals on "Good Time Joe" and "Walkin' Bulldog". The last track is a re-recording of the great "Rumble". Absolutely the very best version of the that song you're ever going to hear. It blows the original and live version away!5/5(2).
  9. Link Wray may well have been the loudest rock guitarist I’ve ever heard in a concert setting. Considering that over the decades I’ve also luxuriated in the teeth-rattling fretwork of Roy Buchanan and Dick Dale, that’s saying a whole lot (granted, I’m not a heavy metal devotee).

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