Rusty York | Rock & Roll Memories

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Rock & Roll Memories

by Rusty York

50's Rock & Roll
Genre: Rock: 50's Rock
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1. The Girl Can\'t Help It
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2. Goodnight Cincinnati, Good Morning Tennessee
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3. Sugaree
2:40 $0.99
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4. This Should Go On Forever
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5. Sadie Mae
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6. Love Me
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7. Sweet Love
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8. Great Balls of Fire
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9. Love Struck
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10. Peggy Sue
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11. I Might Just Walk Right Back Again
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12. Brown Eyed Handsome Man
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13. You Better Leave My Baby Alone
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14. That\'s What I Need
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15. Shake Em Up Baby
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Album Notes
Once again you will find the versatility in Rusty York's music. This recording demonstrates Rusty's Rockabilly style. Song titled "Sugaree" being truly a hit on Chess Label. The career of Rusty York takes you through Bluegrass, Country and Rockabilly music. Rusty started his career in Cincinnati Night Clubs playing bluegrass. It is most unusual for an artist but Rusty had a subsequent career making good simultaneous splashes in Bluegrass, Country, & Rockabilly . Rusty fronted the Bobby Bare show in 1964, touring Germany, Sweden and throughout the United States. Taking his audio talents into his own recording studio for the past 45 years.

Electric Guitar by Rusty.
Saxophone by Jimmy Risch on title:
Sugaree
And the Hank Ballard band on the songs:
Love Struck & Goodnight Cincinnati Good Morning Tennessee

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