Label: Home Brew Records (2) - SRV 059 • Format: CD Album • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock • Style: Rockabilly
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For you dear, now you're gone. Blue days, black nights, My heart keeps on callin'. For you dear, and you alone. Memories of you make me sorry. I gave you reason to doubt me7. But now you're gone and I am left here all alone. With blue memories, I think of you. Blue days, black nights, I didn't realise. I would miss you, the way I do.
· With this long overdue album of Luman material from the 50s, the public got its first taste of Luman’s take on Holly’s rendition of Ben Hall’s song “Blue Days, Black Nights.” Sold American, whew! Bear Family has reissued “Blue Days, Black Nights” on several compilations of Luman material.
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· On this week's Catching A Wave, we hear a trio of tunes from bands with a word repeated in their band name (Go-Go's, The Yum Yum's and Papa Doo Run Run), Beth Riley has a deep track from The Beach Boys in her Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break, we hear a snippet of an interview with author Joel Selvin in our Green Room segment and we drop a coin in the Jammin' James Jukebox to hear .
- Ehre sei dir, Gott, gesungen - J.S. Bach*, The Netherlands Bach Society - Christmas Oratorio BWV 248