Duane eddy & the rebelettes - play me like you play your guitar


One Way reissued two of Duane Eddy's '60s RCA albums, The Best of Duane Eddy and Lonely Guitar , on one CD in 1998. The title of The Best of Duane Eddy is misleading. It is not a collection of his hits in their original versions -- it is a ramshackle collection of re-recordings and covers, with a couple of latter-day hits, like "Your Baby's Gone Surfin'," "The Ballad of Paladin" and "(Dance With The) Guitar Man," thrown in for good measure. It's a fairly entertaining collection, especially since it contains some fine Lee Hazlewood productions, but it should never be considered "the best" Duane Eddy has too offer. Lonely Guitar is another story -- it's a fine collection of moody songs and country & western tunes. Occasionally, the choice of material is a little corny, but the album remains one of the most satisfying and cohesive albums Eddy recorded. [One Way added two bonus tracks, "Joshin'" and "Saints and Sinners," to the two-fer.]


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