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The Lonely One - Duane Eddy - 21 Greatest Hits (CD, Album)

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Duane Eddy - 21 Greatest Guitar Hits at Discogs. Complete your Duane Eddy collection.
  2. Feb 24,  · THE LONELY ONE As recorded by Duane Eddy (From the Album HAVE 'TWANGY' GUITAR WILL TRAVEL) Music by Duane Eddy & Lee Hazlewood Transcribed by Slowhand Gtr I (E A D G B E) The Lonely One – Duane Eddy. How to play "The Lonely One" Print.
  3. Dec 22,  · Eddy also had a Top 40 hit in 59 with "The Lonely One" but I do not have it in the list so it may not have contained a sax solo but I am checking it out and will let you know. It has been several years since I added Eddy's hits to the book so I would like to go back and double check that hit record.
  4. This CD is a compilation of two of Eddy's LPs: The Best of Duane Eddy/Lonely Guitar. Combining these two albums in one CD is an interesting choice, because you would be hard pressed to find two albums by the same artist that are on such extreme opposite sides of a bizarre musical spectrum!/5(5).
  5. Duane Eddy - The Lonely One / Detour - Jamie - USA - () Duane Eddy - 33 Tracks - List by Xenia Franklin. Dance With the Guitar Man: 18 Greatest Hits - 18 Tracks - List by Xenia Franklin. Top Hits of - Tracks - List by Xenia Franklin. Vinyl Albums: 78 RPM: CD Albums: CD Singles: 7" Singles: 12" Singles.
  6. Duane Eddy also appears in this compilation. Tracks of Disc 1; 1. Love Me Do (Love Me Do) 2. Misirlou (Pulp Fiction) 3. Five O'Clock World (Good Morning Vietnam) 4. Stand By Me (Stand By Me) 5. Hound Dog (Forest Gump) 6. Soul Bossa Nova (Austin Powers) 7. Stay (Dirty Dancing) 8. At Last (Rainman) 9. Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head (Butch.
  7. Duane Eddy was America's first bona fide rock & roll guitar hero, playing minimalistic riffs that any kid with a pawnshop guitar could aspire to with a little determination and elbow grease. Twang Thang: Anthology is a two-CD anthology that offers the finest retrospective of his career available, with all facets of his music being well documented, from the early hits to later collaborations.
  8. This is a most enjoyable CD, which holds some of Duane Eddy's best playing. I really like this CD with the volume turned-up a little on long drives; it helps one pay attention to the highway, while enjoying some fine playing/5(52).

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