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In Spain - Spanish Capitol EP Collection 3LP

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GENE VINCENT IN SPAIN - Spanish Capitol Ep Collection - 1957-1968
Gene Vincent was one of the great names among the pioneers of rock'n'roll in the 1950s. He started his career in 1956 in a casual way, but his initial success with his single Be-Bop-A-Lula came to overshadow Elvis Presley himself.

Gene developed an unusual sound, and his years on Capitol Records are considered one of the pillars of the incipient American and European rock'n'roll of the 50's and early 60's, in his first years with The Blue Caps, with whom he achieved an aggressive and wild sound, but also in his European revival in the early 60's, when he reinvented himself playing a very elaborate rock'n'roll and always marked by its particular voice.

In Spain between 1957 and 1968, 11 EPs were released containing part of their recordings for Capitol. Most were Spanish editions of American or French EPs, although some of them presented important differences in covers and details.

This triple Lp compiles all the songs that made up those 11 EPs, including as bonus two of Gene's most emblematic songs, Be-Bop-A-Lula / Say Mama, released originally in 1956 and 1958, but which did not see the light in Spain until 1968, when they were released on a single.

Gene Vincent never acted in Spain, despite the fact that his presence in neighbouring France was more than usual, being recognized there at the same level as Chuck Berry or Elvis Presley. But his songs did reach the ears of many kids in Spain in the early sixties, through the Spanish editions of the EPs collected here and also by the radio stations  of the American Army bases, influencing Spanish bands and singers such as The Rocking Boy, Los Sirex  or Bruno Lomas, who always recognized him as one of their main influences.
But despite never giving a show in Spain, in the summer of 1963 Gene Vincent, and his then wife Margaret Russel, did step on Spain, visiting Palma de Mallorca where they spent a few days on vacation. On June 30 of that year they went to the Palma bullring where they witnessed a bullfight.  Gene even photographed himself together with the matador Paco Camino. That unique visit of Gene Vincent to Spain serves as a perfect link for the edition of this project, a luxury edition in which the entire short history of Gene and his music with Spain is fully summarized.
DeeJay Francho
 

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In Spain - Spanish Capitol EP Collection 3LP (LP)

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GENE VINCENT IN SPAIN - Spanish Capitol Ep Collection - 1957-1968
Gene Vincent was one of the great names among the pioneers of rock'n'roll in the 1950s. He started his career in 1956 in a casual way, but his initial success with his single Be-Bop-A-Lula came to overshadow Elvis Presley himself.

Gene developed an unusual sound, and his years on Capitol Records are considered one of the pillars of the incipient American and European rock'n'roll of the 50's and early 60's, in his first years with The Blue Caps, with whom he achieved an aggressive and wild sound, but also in his European revival in the early 60's, when he reinvented himself playing a very elaborate rock'n'roll and always marked by its particular voice.

In Spain between 1957 and 1968, 11 EPs were released containing part of their recordings for Capitol. Most were Spanish editions of American or French EPs, although some of them presented important differences in covers and details.

This triple Lp compiles all the songs that made up those 11 EPs, including as bonus two of Gene's most emblematic songs, Be-Bop-A-Lula / Say Mama, released originally in 1956 and 1958, but which did not see the light in Spain until 1968, when they were released on a single.

Gene Vincent never acted in Spain, despite the fact that his presence in neighbouring France was more than usual, being recognized there at the same level as Chuck Berry or Elvis Presley. But his songs did reach the ears of many kids in Spain in the early sixties, through the Spanish editions of the EPs collected here and also by the radio stations  of the American Army bases, influencing Spanish bands and singers such as The Rocking Boy, Los Sirex  or Bruno Lomas, who always recognized him as one of their main influences.
But despite never giving a show in Spain, in the summer of 1963 Gene Vincent, and his then wife Margaret Russel, did step on Spain, visiting Palma de Mallorca where they spent a few days on vacation. On June 30 of that year they went to the Palma bullring where they witnessed a bullfight.  Gene even photographed himself together with the matador Paco Camino. That unique visit of Gene Vincent to Spain serves as a perfect link for the edition of this project, a luxury edition in which the entire short history of Gene and his music with Spain is fully summarized.
DeeJay Francho
 

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Side A:
Bluejean Bop
Jezebel
Jumps, Giggle And Shout
Ain't She Sweet
Red Bluejeans And A Pony Tail
You Told A Fib
Hold Me, Hug Me, Rock Me
Unchained Melody

Side B:
By The Light Of The Silvery Moon
Flea Brain
Rollin' Danny
Your Cheatin' Heart
Baby Blue
Dance In The Street
Lovely Loretta

Side C:
Dance To The Bop
Five Feet Of Lovin'
The Wayward Wind
Somebody Help Me
Keep It A Secret
Right Here On Earth
Wild Cat

Side D:
Right Now
The Night Is So Lonely
I Love You
Peace Of Mind
Summertime
Look What You Gone And Done To Me
Crazy Times
She She Little Sheila

Side E
Greenback Dollar
Darlene
Big Fat Saturday Night
Hot Dollar
Pretty Pearly
Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain
I'm Going Home (To See My Baby)
Mister Loneliness

Side F:
Anna Annabelle
Spaceship To Mars
There I Go Again (Whoops I'm Dreamin')
Be-Bop-A-Lula '62
King Of Fools
I Got A Baby
Bonus:
Say Mama
Be-Bop-A-Lula