Here are the two alternative 'Stereo' versions for the first time available on clear vinyl!
The first time I ever heard the name Charlie Feathers was in a music paper article headlined "A Memphis snapshot".
I even tried it myself in a 1974 letter to RCA, trying to convince them of their vault full of rockabilly gems.
They thanked me and reminded me that they already had albums by Neil Sedaka and Homer & Jethro in their catalogue!!
1-EP in Bildhülle, 45RPM, grosses Mittelloch • Original Decca single from 1956 • A classic since it appeared on the ’Rare MCA Rockabilly’ LPs during the 1970s • One of the top Rockabilly festival deejay favorites • The alternate version of Diggin' The Boogie first... - These demos were sent to SUN Records and although it was said Sam Phillips showed an interest, Pat however chose to record for Modern Records. (2017/Sleazy) All three 'Five Minutes To Live' versions on one 45rpm record.
Byrd) 3 tracks, cut in 1956 at the Onyx Recording Studio in Memphis, TN.