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Tear It Up - The Complete Legendary Coral Recordings


Download links and information about Tear It Up - The Complete Legendary Coral Recordings by Johnny Burnette Trio. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Rockabilly genres. It contains 28 tracks with total duration of 01:02:39 minutes.

Artist: Johnny Burnette Trio
Release date: 2004
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Rockabilly
Tracks: 28
Duration: 01:02:39
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No. Title Length
1. Tear It Up (Single Version) 1:53
2. You're Undecided (Single Version) 1:57
3. Oh Baby Babe (Single Version) 2:20
4. Shattered Dreams 2:28
5. Midnight Train (Single Version) 2:11
6. The Train Kept a Rollin' (Single Version) 2:15
7. Blues Stay Away from Me (Single Version) 2:13
8. All By Myself 2:00
9. Drinking Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee (Single Version) 2:12
10. Chains of Love 2:35
11. Honey Hush (Single Version) 2:01
12. Lonesome Tears In My Eyes 2:00
13. I Just Found Out (Single Version) 2:19
14. Please Don't Leave Me 2:15
15. Rock Therapy 2:15
16. Rock Billy Boogie (Single Version) 2:32
17. Please Don't Leave Me (Alternate Version) 2:33
18. Lonesome Train (On a Lonesome Track) [Single Version] 2:02
19. My Love, You're a Stranger 2:41
20. Sweet Love On My Mind 2:22
21. I Love You So 2:16
22. Your Baby Blue Eyes 2:08
23. Lonesome Train (On a Lonesome Track) [Alternate Version] 2:05
24. I Love You So (Alternate Version) 2:21
25. Touch Me (Single Version) 2:24
26. Eager Beaver Baby (Single Version) 2:01
27. Butterfingers (Single Version) 2:13
28. If You Want It Enough (Single Version) 2:07



Though Elvis and Carl Perkins found greater commercial success with their style, Johnny Burnette & The Rock N’ Roll Trio will be remembered by connoisseurs the world over as the ‘50s’ finest purveyors of whiskey-soaked rockabilly abandon. They remain best known for “The Train Kept a Rollin’,” a hellacious slice of fuzz-soaked hillbilly blues immortalized by the Yardbirds, Aerosmith and others, but Burnette's legacy extends beyond the considerable impact of this one track. Though Burnette’s recordings lack some of the musical dynamism of the sides coming out of Sun Studios at the time, few recordings of any era can match tunes like “Rockabilly Boogie” and “Lonesome Train (On a Lonesome Track)” for sheer ferociousness. Paul Burlison’s deep-fried rockabilly guitar runs are truly a wonder to behold, while Johnny’s brother Dorsey Burnette’s joyously slapped-out bass riffs remain incredibly infectious. Though Johnny Burnette would disband the Rock N’ Roll Trio in 1957, in the hopes of pursuing a career as a defanged pop icon, these sides remain his finest work.