Everybody's Rockin' But Me-Gonna Shake This Shack
Bobby was a TV star on "Ozark Jubilee" and on the Opry Station WSM and scored country hits in the ’60s/early ’70s, but this overdue collection rounds up his proto-rockabilly, country and pop cuts for Columbia (1954–60). The early psychobilly classic "No More! No More! No More!," blazing cover of Johnny Cash’s "So Doggone Lonesome" and the original recording of "Hawk-Eye" (later a Frankie Laine hit) join "Beautiful Baby," "You Robber You," "Swamp Fox," "What a Thrill," "High Voltage" and 16 more plus a 36-page booklet. Sidemen include Chet Atkins, Hank Garland and Grady Martin!
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