martes, 29 de abril de 2008

BOB LUMAN

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Bob Luman

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In 1957, James was working on the Louisiana Hayride, a very well known radio show at the time. There he met Bob Luman.
The band was called 'The Shadows' and consisted of James Burton on lead guitar, James Kirkland on bass and Butch White on drums.
Together with Luman, they made a movie in Hollywood, Carnival Rock.
It was in Hollywood where Ricky Nelson first heard them rehearse and decided to hire them for his own band.

The following records were recorded by Luman with The Shadows:

Blue Days, Black Nights - Imperial (1956)
Bring Along Your Lovin' - Imperial (1956)
All Night Long / Red Cadillac and a Red Moustache - Imperial 8311 (1957)
Wild-Eyed Woman / Amarillo Blues - Imperial (1957)
Red Hot / Whenever You're Ready - Imperial 8313 (1957)
Your Love / Make Up Your Mind Baby - Imperial 8315 (1957)
No Use in Lyin' - Imperial (1957)
That's All Right With Me - Imperial (1957)
Hello Baby - Imperial (1957)
This is the Night - (Imperial (1957)
Maybelline - Epic 10581
Mystery Train - (1974)

The following records were recorded by The Shadows:
Jumping with the Shadows

Shadow Rock

The Creep