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Twenty Flight Rock

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Download links and information about Twenty Flight Rock by Eddie Cochran. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Country, Rockabilly genres. It contains 50 tracks with total duration of 01:51:37 minutes.

Artist: Eddie Cochran
Release date: 2011
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Country, Rockabilly
Tracks: 50
Duration: 01:51:37
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Somethin' Else 2:06
2. Think of Me 1:59
3. Boll Weevil Song 1:59
4. My Love to Remember 1:56
5. Hallelujah! I Love Her So 2:19
6. Little Angel 1:54
7. Cut Across Shorty 1:50
8. Guybo 1:47
9. Strollin' Guitar 1:53
10. Eddie's Blues 4:04
11. Jam Sandwich 2:31
12. Hammy Blues 1:43
13. Fourth Man Theme 2:03
14. Country Jam 1:59
15. Chicken Shot Blues 3:04
16. Pretty Girl 1:52
17. I've Waited So Long 2:40
18. Weekend 1:49
19. Jeanie, Jeanie, Jeanie 2:22
20. Cherished Memories 1:58
21. C'Mon Everybody 2:02
22. Sittin' in the Balcony 2:06
23. Drive in Show 2:02
24. Am I Blue 2:18
25. Twenty Flight Rock 1:46
26. Proud of You 2:00
27. Lonely 2:17
28. Summertime Blues 2:01
29. Skinny Jim 2:12
30. Love Again 2:16
31. Teresa 2:09
32. One Kiss 1:52
33. Sweety Pie 2:11
34. Half Loved 2:28
35. Fool's Paradise 2:06
36. Tired and Sleepy 2:01
37. Skinny Jim 2:10
38. Half Loved 2:27
39. Latch On 1:50
40. My Love to Remember 2:30
41. Drowing All My Sorrows 2:15
42. Tired & Sleepy 2:05
43. Chicken Shot Blues 3:08
44. Pink Peg Slacks 1:56
45. Jellybean 2:07
46. Don't Bye, Bye, Baby Me 2:28
47. Instrumental Blues 4:31
48. I'm Ready 1:39
49. Dark Lonely Street 2:54
50. Slow Down 2:02

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For an artist who died in 1960 when he was only 21 years old, Eddie Cochran left behind a surprising number of tracks, and most of the best of these are included in this 24-cut compilation. His most famous songs are here, classic sides like “C’mon Everybody,” “Twenty Flight Rock,” and “Summertime Blues,” along with other gems like “Cut Across Shorty,” all of which magnify the loss to rock & roll when Cochran died: he was a fine songwriter and he knew his way creatively around a recording studio, too, being one of the first artists to experiment with overdubbing. This set makes a fair introduction to his legacy, although there are some obvious omissions here, including great sides like “My Way,” “Weekend,” and “Nervous Breakdown.”