1960-1962 the Complete COLUMBIA singles Vol.2
When in 1957 he left Sun Records with his friend Johnny Cash, poor Carl had seen how all his mates were overtaking him, Jerry Lee was beginning to stand out as the wildest star in rock'n'roll, Johnny Cash was energing as one of the biggest names in country music... and while he barely managed to place any of his singles in the country charts. So Carl signed with Columbia Records, hoping that a major label would make it easier for his music to succeed. In his first period there, from 1958 to 1962, he recorded some very high-quality songs, most of which were only released as singles. This 2 LP series compiles the 11 singles Carl released on Columbia Records during those years. The second volume compiles the singles released in the period from 60 to 62, in which Carl personally lived one of the hardest stages of his life, his brother Jay died, his band split up and he began an unstoppable drift towards alcoholism. Anyway his recordings kept on the higest level, in those sessions Carl's sound became more complex, trying to update it playing different styles, sometimes even drifting towards rhythm & blues.
A1 L-O-V-E-V-I-L-L-E A2 Too Much For A Man To Understand A3 Anyway The Wind Blows A4 Unhappy Girls A5 Just For You
B1 Sister Twister B2 Hambone B3 The Fool I Used To Be B4 Forget Me (Next Time Around) B5 Holywood City B6 I've Just Got Back From There.
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