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    Johnny Burnette and the Rock 'n Roll Trio Rare LP (Coral 57080, 1956). A pioneering Rock and Roll classic! One listen and you'll understand how the Burnette Brothers were a profound early influence on their young Memphis neighbor Elvis Presley, as well as on many even younger guitar gods-to-be, like Jimmy Page. Raw and rockin', the group took Rockabilly to a new level. Definitely not your "You're Sixteen" Johnny Burnette! Don't let the modest grade we've given the disc deter you -- the minor surface noise matches the garage feel of the recording, and this copy plays better than it looks. Condition: VG-EX 6/GD-VG 4 (plays VG 5).

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    June, 2009
    5th-6th Friday-Saturday
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