Johnny Burnette And The Rock N' Roll Trio (studio album) by Johnny Burnette & The Rock 'n Roll Trio
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The tracks on this album have an average rating of 78 out of 100 (all tracks have been rated).
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This album is rated in the top 6% of all albums on BestEverAlbums.com. This album has a Bayesian average rating of 76.1/100, a mean average of 75.9/100, and a trimmed mean (excluding outliers) of 76.6/100. The standard deviation for this album is 13.2.
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'56:b ...then this shit is X!
“Did you hear me scream?” – Black Francis
I LOVE Elvis. I’m not coming for his crown. Not ever. BUT, Johnny Burnette and his gang of delinquents positively destroys Elvis’ debut LP (and anything else Elvis ever put out.) If the big news back in 1956 was that Elvis was rated R, making all those teenage girls swoon and whatnot, then this shit is X!
Which is not at all surprising. You see these guys were fighters. And not just metaphorical ones. No. I’m talking real world, lace-up the-gloves fighters. Golden Gloves champions even! That’s actually how the Burnette brothers (Johnny & Dorsey) met their guitarist, Paul Burlison – at a boxing tournament in Memphis. Bonus fun fact just for kicks => Johnny was a real live Repo Man too!!! These dudes were badass with a capital B.
Johnny had the scream. Burlison brought the fuzz. And Dorsey could slap that big ol’ bass something fierce. And together they made hands-down the best rockabilly album of all time. Every track just jumps right out of and grabs you by the shorties. If you throw this on, and it does not start an instant party, do yourself a favor. Don’t change the record. Find new friends!
This album sounds fresh and original. A minor classic
A rockabilly album from the rockabilly guy :)
Nice groove with some cheerful tunes.
Not be thought as compositions but more like spur of the moment jams.
It's inevitable to feel the repetitiveness and at the more melodic songs not being up to some of its pairs.
But overall, fun to listen to!
It's strange that most guitar parts on this record weren't played by Paul Burlison on his Telecaster, but by session musician Grady Martin on his custom made 1952 Bigsby Doubleneck with Bigsby vibrato. The acoustic guitar was played by Johnny Burnette & the drums by Buddy Harmann.
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