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Link Wray - Guitar Preacher (The Polydor Years) "Fred Lincoln 'Link' Wray Jr (May 2, 1929 ΓÇô November 5, 2005) was a rock and roll guitar player most noted for introducing a new sound for electric guitars in his major hit, the 1958 instrumental "Rumble", by Link Wray and his Ray Men. Before Rumble, electric guitars were used to produce clean sounds and jazz chords. Wray pioneered fuzz-tone and was the first guitarist to use power chords to play a song's melody. Pete Townshend stated in liner notes for a 1974 Wray album, "He is the king; if it hadn't been for Link Wray and 'Rumble,' I would have never picked up a guitar." Jeff Beck, Jimi Hendrix, Marc Bolan, Neil Young and Bob Dylan have all cited Wray as an influence. He was named as one of the hundred greatest guitarists of all time by Rolling Stone magazine, but still has not yet been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He is, however, a member of the Rockabilly Hall of Fame." Disc 1: 01 La De Da 02 Take Me Home Jesus 03 Juke Box Mama 04 Rise And Fall Of Jimmy Stokes 05 Fallin' Rain 06 Fire And Brimstone 07 Ice People 08 God Out West 09 Crowbar 10 Black River Swamp 11 Tail Dragger 12 Hobo Man 13 I'm So Glad, I'm So Proud 14 Georgia Pines 15 Water Boy 16 Alabama Electric Circus 17 Take My Hand (Precious Lord) Disc 2: 01 Walkin' In The Arizona Sun 02 Scorpio Woman 03 All Because Of A Woman 04 On The Run 05 Days Before Custer 06 Be What You Want To 07 All Cried Out 08 Tucson, Arizona 09 River Bend 10 You Walked By 11 Walk Easy, Walk Slow 12 Morning 13 It Was A Bad Scene 14 Good Time Joe 15 Walkin' Bulldog 16 I Got To Ramble 17 Backwoods Preacher Man 18 She's That Kind Of Woman 19 Super 88 20 Rumble If you like the album, buy it and support the artist!
|Link Wray - Guitar Preacher [2CD] (1995)/CD1/15 Water Boy.mp3||18.648 MB|
|Link Wray - Guitar Preacher [2CD] (1995)/CD1/13 I'm So Glad, I'm So Proud.mp3||13.284 MB|
|Link Wray - Guitar Preacher [2CD] (1995)/CD2/06 Be What You Want To.mp3||11.49 MB|