You Look That Good To Me (Take 4) - Joe Clay - Ducktail (Vinyl, LP)


  1. I bought this CD because having heard of Joe Clay, but never actually HEARD him, I decided to take a chance on it. He sounds like a cross betweeen early Elvis and Carl Perkins, which is not surprising, since Joe Clay started out at the same time as both of those R&R icons, in fact, even appeared on the legendary Louisiana Hayride on the same bill with Elvis in /5(8).
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  3. Ducktail by Joe Clay - CD () for $ from nforofputpucoubetdoiceseamnasasuch.coinfo Pop / Rock - Order by Phone /5(3).
  4. Ducktail Get On The Right Track (Take 4) You Look That Good To Me (Take 4) Did You Mean Jelly Bean (What You Said Cabbage Head) (Take 2) Cracker Jack (Take 4) Goodbye, Goodbye Sixteen Chicks Slipping Out And Sneaking In Doggone It Get On The Right Track (Take 3) You Look That Good To Me (Take 1.
  5. Joe Clay: Duck Tail (gram vinyl) DMM (Direct Metal Mastering) Disc Cutting: Günter Pauler at Pauler Acoustics, Northeim, Germany; mastered by Bob Jones, pressed by Pallas, Diepholz. In a brief recording career spanning just one solitary month in the Spring of , Joe Clay cut this collection of savage, wild, primeval rockabilly music for.
  6. 1-CD with page booklet, 11 tracks. Playing time approx. 24 mns. These are among the most legendary rockabilly records of all time, and until we found him Joe Clay .
  7. Ducktail Guitar – Link Davis Lead Guitar – Hal Harris Written-By – Joe Grayzell: A2: Get On The Right Track (Take 4) Bass – Leonard Gaskin Drums – Bobby Donaldson, Joe Marshall Guitar – Mickey Baker, Skeeter Best Written-By – Titus Turner: A3: You Look That Good To Me (Take 4)/5(4).
  8. Claiborne Joseph Cheramie (September 9, – September 26, ), better known by his stage name Joe Clay, was an American rockabilly musician. He was from Gretna, Louisiana, United States.. Career. Clay was born in Harvey, Louisiana, United States. His parents encouraged an early interest in country music and at the age of 12, he was already a competent drummer, later also learning rhythm.
  9. Rockabilly singer/guitarist Joe Clay was on the cusp of stardom in , when he appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show at 17 and won a contract with RCA Records. But Sullivan, in typical repressive fashion, Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓.

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