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Cover Art Vinyl Edition King Of Western Bop

March 21, 2006 | Music
Here is the cover art of the Simply Vinyl release of the "King Of Western Bop" 2 LP edition. The album will be released March 24, 2006.

Track listing

Side 1:
Just Because - Blue Moon Of Kentucky (Discarded Take 3) - Blue Moon Of Kentucky - Harbor Lights - I'll Never Let You Go (Little Darlin') (Discarded Take 6) - I´ll Never Let You Go (Little Darlin') - That's All Right (Discarded Take 8) - That's All Right

Side 2:
Tomorrow Night - I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine (Discarded Take 3) - I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine - Good Rockin' Tonight - Blue Moon (Discarded Take 6) - Blue Moon (Discarded Take 7) - Blue Moon

Side 3:
That's All Right (Live Radio KWKH) - Blue Moon Of Kentucky (Live Radio KWKH) - My Baby's Gone (I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone) (Discarded Take 4) - My Baby's Gone (I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone) - I Love You Because (Discarded Take) - I Love You Because

Side 4:
You're A Heartbreaker - Milk Cow Blues Boogie - My Happiness - That's When Your Heartaches Begin - I'll Never Stand In Your Way - (It Wouldn't Be The Same) Without You
JimmyCool wrote on March 23, 2006
Mmm... the idea was good but the tracklist information I think is incorrect: That's All Right Take 8!? The master take was probably Take 4 and it's unprobable that Sam Phillips and the guys tried more takes of the song when they got it right. I Don't Care If the Sun Don't Shine Discarded Take 3? The MASTER take is take 3... Did they repeat the same song twice? There's something wrong with take numbers, so I'm pretty sure we already own all the songs on this compilation, with the CORRECT information.
Tony C wrote on March 24, 2006
Unfortunately, Sam did not give the songs take numbers, so the only way of knowing numbers is literally to go through the tape and count them. On songs where tapes are missing, such as "That's All Right" for example, it is impossible to number them correctly. I wish record companies would only give information that is correct, to the best of our knowledge, rather than just a guess. It is historic data which sould be treated with respect.