Paul McCartney-Carl Perkins - We'd Go For Hours. Remove Advertisements. Paul McCartney live in East Rutherford 2016 - 2CD - August 7. WorldofBootleg. Lossy Audio Bootlegs.
Based on a 1934 song written by singer/songwriter Rex Griffin, it achieved widespread popularity when it was released in 1957 by Carl Perkins and covered by the Beatles in 1964. It borrows from a song with the same title, chorus and verses written in the mid-1930s by Alabama-born country songwriter Rex Griffin. Griffin recorded the song for Decca Records in 1936 under the title "Everybody's Tryin' To Be My Baby"
Paul McCartney and Carl Perkins Get I. 1351 Carl PERKINS & Paul McCARTNEY (GO CAT GO) My Old Friend.
Carl Lee Perkins (April 9, 1932 – January 19, 1998) was an American singer-songwriter who recorded most notably at the Sun Studio, in Memphis, beginning in 1954. Amongst his best-known songs are 'Blue Suede Shoes', 'Matchbox' and 'Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby'. According to Charlie Daniels, "Carl Perkins' songs personified the rockabilly era, and Carl Perkins' sound personifies the rockabilly sound more so than anybody involved in it, because he never changed
Carl Perkins and Friends - Greatest Rockabilly Night of All Time! That same year, George Harrison, Eric Clapton, and Ringo Starr appeared with him on a television special taped in London called Blue Suede Shoes: A Rockabilly Session. Carl Perkins also played lead guitar on Johnny Cash's smash single "A Boy Named Sue" which was No. 1 for five weeks on the country chart and No. 2 on the popular music chart. Ringo Starr recorded "Honey Don't," "Matchbox" and "Everybody's Tryin' to be My Baby," all written by Perkins. Ricky Nelson covered Perkins' "Boppin' The Blues" and "Your True Love" on his 1957 debut album Ricky. In the end, he was satisfied with a career that never yielded a hit album. All these boys - Elvis, Jerry Lee, Roy Orbison - they all lost their wives, their families, Carl said in a 1996 interview. People say: "What happened to you, Carl? All of them went on to super stardom.
Paul wanted Carl's help recording a song called Get It for his new album, Tug of War. Carl spent eight days with them, and the remaining ex-Beatles George Harrison and Ringo Starr had been there to help out as well. The night before he left, a song came to Carl that summed up his warm feelings about the visit, and he couldn't get it out of his mind. In the morning, Carl Perkins sang the song, which he named My Old Friend, for Linda and Paul, saying it was his gift for having him as a guest. Half way through the song, after singing "if we never meet again this side of life, in a little while, over yonder, where there's peace and quiet, my old friend, won't you think about me every now and then?" tears streamed down Paul's face and he stood up and stepped outside.
Paul McCartney about Carl Perkins and Get It, Guitar Player interview: Question: You played with Carl Perkins on Get It . Paul McCartney: Yeah, I just played a little bit, and Carl played a rhythm part. The fun tended to come when we had a free moment. He and I sat on the floor of the studio, and we were talking, and there was a mic on. I was just telling him about some of his old songs that we loved, like Lend me Your Comb and Your True Love. Once I had a little Spanish guitar The neighbours told me I could go pretty far Well I came and I went And my guitar got bent But I discovered that the people who love Are what we need if we're to get up above it all And that's that Unless the world is flat. I wanna get it mm mm I wanna get it just in case It doesn't come around again I wanna get it mm mm I wanna get it and I wanna get it good.
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These details fade into the past as the years go by, and what stands is the album itself, which is as good as rock & roll gets. First and foremost, the disc is a virtual greatest-hits album, containing most of Perkins' anthems: "Blue Suede Shoes," "Movie Magg," "Gone, Gone, Gone," "Honey Don't," "Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby," "Matchbox," "Boppin' the Blues," and "All Mama's Children.
|Jam Session - 27th April 1993|
|1||–Paul McCartney & Carl Perkins||Down In Memphis|
|2||–Paul McCartney & Carl Perkins||The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise|
|3||–Paul McCartney & Carl Perkins||Your True Love|
|4||–Paul McCartney & Carl Perkins||Blue Suede Shoes|
|5||–Paul McCartney & Carl Perkins||Maybellene|
|6||–Paul McCartney & Carl Perkins||Movie Magg|
|7||–Paul McCartney & Carl Perkins||Lend Me Your Comb|
|8||–Paul McCartney & Carl Perkins||Wake Up Little Susie|
|9||–Paul McCartney & Carl Perkins||Matchbox|
|10||–Paul McCartney & Carl Perkins||Your True Love|
|11||–Paul McCartney & Carl Perkins||Get It|
|12||–Paul McCartney & Carl Perkins||My Old Friend|
|13||–Paul McCartney & Carl Perkins||My Old Friend/Swing Low, Sweet Chariot|
|14||–Paul McCartney & Carl Perkins||Blue Suede Shoes|
|15||–Paul McCartney||Keepin' On (Soundcheck - Munich)|
|16||–Paul McCartney||Honey Don't (Fukuoka Dome)|
|17||–Paul McCartney||IslandIn The Sun (Fukuoka Dome)|
|18||–Paul McCartney||Drive My Car (Recording Artists Against Drunk Driving)|
|19||–Paul McCartney||The Ballad Of The Skeletons (Royal Albert Hall - 16th October 1995)|
|20||–Paul McCartney||Calico Skies (In The World Tonight)|
|21||–Paul McCartney||The World Tonight (In The World Tonight)|
|22||–Paul McCartney||If You Wanna (In The World Tonight)|
|23||–Paul McCartney||Young Boy (In The World Tonight)|
|24||–Paul McCartney||Heaven On A Sunday (In The World Tonight)|
|25||–Paul McCartney||Young Boy (Father's Day Soundtrack Edit)|
|26||–Paul McCartney||The World Tonight (Father's Day Soundtrack Edit)|
|27||–Paul McCartney||I Lost My Little Girl/Lady Madonna (George Martin: The Rhythm Of Life)|
|28||–Paul McCartney||Calico Skies (Christopher Reeve: A Celebration Of Hope)|
|29||–Paul McCartney||Yesterday/Ying Tong Song (Happy Birthday Spike - 18th April 1998)|
|30||–Paul McCartney||Bucket Of Water Song (Aynil - 1979)|
|31||–Paul McCartney||Ballroom Dancing (Give Me Regards To Broad Street Filming)|
|32||–Paul McCartney||You Are My Sunshine (The Power Of Music: Therapy In Music)|
|33||–Paul McCartney||Martin Can Sing (The Power Of Music: Therapy In Music)|
|34||–Paul McCartney||Give Me Your Love (The Power Of Music: Therapy In Music)|
|35||–Paul McCartney||Sentiment To John|
|36||–Paul McCartney||Goodbye, Sayonara, Farewell!|