Category Archives: Classical

8 thoughts on “ We Said I Do - Link Wray - The Link Wray Rumble (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Album · · 19 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Rumble. 1. Robert Gordon, Link Wray & Chris Spedding Underground The Electric Prunes Guitar Party (Re-mastered) Eddie Angel United States.
  2. Find Link Wray discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Link Wray discography, albums and singles on AllMusic Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings ; The Link Wray Rumble: Polydor Interstate Caroline Distribution Stuck in Gear.
  3. Doug Wray also recorded "Goosebumps" for Epic in After a brief stop at Okeh, the Wray's recorded on several labels including Rumble, Atlas and Trans-Atlantic. In Link showed up on Swan Records with "Jack the Ripper." He stayed with Swan until Thereafter, he recorded for many labels.
  4. Ray is one of the few artists who can get me to pay full price for a new vinyl copy. My Link Wray collection is modest, but it has seen considerable use. Link Wray & the Wraymen () shows Wray in his early glory. The album cobbled together several years of singles with titles like “Caroline,” “Radar” and “Comanche.”.
  5. Nov 21,  · Link Wray is the man who is said to have inspired rock-and-roll legends such as Pete Townsend and Neil Young with his power chord guitar playing. Link Wray .
  6. Frederick Lincoln "Link" Wray Jr (May 2, – November 5, ) was an American rock and roll guitarist, songwriter and vocalist who first came to popularity in the late s. Building on the overdriven, distorted electric guitar sound of early electric blues records, his instrumental hit "Rumble" by Link Wray and his Ray Men invented "the power chord, the major modus operandi of.
  7. Nov 10,  · November 5, – Link Wray (Frederic Lincoln) was born in Dunn, North Carolina on May 2nd, Link’s family was very poor. As Link has said, “Elvis came from welfare, I came from below welfare.” Link’s mom was Shawnee Indian sporting his interest in music when Link was 8.
  8. I am thrilled that “Rumble” by Link Wray has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. My goal for the last twenty years has been to bring the legacy of this unsung rock hero to light. I am happy my efforts, and those of Link’s fans, to promote Link’s legacy, have finally paid off.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *