CONTAINS

The Legendary Sun Performers (CR 30130) Carl Mann
The Legendary Sun Performers (CR 30131) Billy Riley
The Legendary Sun Performers (CR 30132) Warren Smith
The Legendary Sun Performers (CR 30133) Rosco Gordon
The Legendary Sun Performers (CR 30134) Howlin' Wolf
The Legendary Sun Performers (CR 30135) Junior Parker & Billy Love
The Legendary Sun Performers (CR 30136) Sonny Burgess

For Biographies of Artists see: > The Sun Biographies <
Sun recordings can be heard on the playlists from 706 Union Avenue Sessions on > YouTube <
 
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1977 Charly Records (LP) 33rpm CR 30139 mono
CARL MANN - THE LEGENDARY SUN PERFORMERS

During the 1950s, the Sun record label was the starting point for many people who were later become international famous. Some, like Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash, were immediate success for Sun, while others like Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison achieved success with other recording companies. There were many who were never achieve major status, whose Sun recordings have all the hallmarks of the above named. Among these unsung heroes are people like Warren Smith, Carl Mann, Billy Riley, and Sonny Burgess. Here 16-tracks of compilation featuring Carl Mann recorded for Sun in the late fifties with picture sleeve painting by David Oxtoby. On the back cover of the album written liner notes and biography information of the artist.

Side 1 Contains
1.1 - Mona Lisa
1.2 - Rockin' Love'
1.3 - Pretend
1.4 - Kansas City
1.5 - I'm Coming Home
1.6 - Walkin' And Thikin'
1.7 - If I Ever Needed Love
1.8 - Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes
Original Sun Recordings

Side 2 Contains
2.1 - Ain't Got No Home
2.2 - Look At That Moon
2.3 - Baby I Don't Care
2.4 - I'm Bluer Than Anyone Can Be
2.5 - Mexicala Rose
2.6 - Ubangi Stomp
2.7 - Walkin' The Dog
2.8 - Mountain Dew
Original Sun Recordings

For Biography of Carl Mann. See: > The Sun Biographies <
Carl Mann's Sun recordings can be heard on his playlist from 706 Union Avenue Sessions on > YouTube <

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1977 Charly Records (LP) 33rpm CR 30131 mono
BILLY LEE RILEY - THE LEGENDARY SUN PERFORMERS

During the 1950s, the Sun record label was the starting point for many people who were later become international famous. Some, like Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash, were immediate success for Sun, while others like Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison achieved success with other recording companies. There were many who were never achieve major status, whose Sun recordings have all the hallmarks of the above named. Among these unsung heroes are people like Warren Smith, Carl Mann, Billy Riley, and Sonny Burgess. Here 16-tracks of compilation featuring Billy Riley recorded for Sun in the late fifties with picture sleeve painting by David Oxtoby. On the back cover of the album written liner notes and biography information of the artist.

Side 1 Contains
1.1 - Red Hot
1.2 - Rock With Me Baby (Version 1)
1.3 - Flyin' Saucers Rock And Roll
1.4 - No Name Girl
1.5 - I Want You Baby
1.6 - Wouldn't You Know
1.7 - Got the Water Boilin'
1.8 - Down The Riverside
Original Sun Recordings

Side 2 Contains
2.1 - Rock With Me Baby (Version 2)
2.2 - That's Right
2.3 - Baby Please Don't Go
2.4 - Open The Door Richard
2.5 - Sun Goin' Down On Frisco
2.6 - Workin' On The River
2.7 - Lookin' For My Baby
2.8 Pilot Town Louisiana
Original Sun Recordings

For Biography of Billy Riley. See: > The Sun Biographies <
Bill Riley's Sun recordings can be heard on his playlist from 706 Union Avenue Sessions on > YouTube <

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1977 Charly Records (LP) 33rpm CR 30132 mono
WARREN SMITH - THE LEGENDARY SUN PERFORMERS

During the 1950s, the Sun record label was the starting point for many people who were later become international famous. Some, like Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash, were immediate success for Sun, while others like Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison achieved success with other recording companies. There were many who were never achieve major status, whose Sun recordings have all the hallmarks of the above named. Among these unsung heroes are people like Warren Smith, Carl Mann, Billy Riley, and Sonny Burgess. Here 16-tracks of compilation featuring Warren Smith recorded for Sun in the late fifties with picture sleeve painting by David Oxtoby. On the back cover of the album written liner notes and biography information of the artist.

Side 1 Contains
1.1 - Red Cadillac And A Black Moustache
1.2 - Rock And Roll Ruby
1.3 - Ubangi Stomp
1.4 - Miss Froggie
1.5 - I've Got Love If You Want It
1.6 - So Long, I'm Gone
1.7 - Uranium Rock (Version 1)
1.8 - Dear John (Version 1)
Original Sun Recordings

Side 2 Contains
2.1 - Hank Snow Medley
2.2 - I Like Your Kind of Love
2.3 - Sweet, Sweet Girl
2.4 - Tonight Will Be the Last Night
2.5 - Who Took My Baby
2.6 - I'd Rather Be Safe Than Sorry
2.7 - Black Jack David
2.8 - Goodbye Mr. Love
Original Sun Recordings

For Biography of Warren Smith. See: > The Sun Biographies <
Warren Smith's Sun recordings can be heard on his playlist from 706 Union Avenue Sessions on > YouTube <

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1977 Charly Records (LP) 33rpm CR 30133 mono
ROSCO GORDON - THE LEGENDARY SUN PERFORMERS

During the 1950s, the Sun record label was the starting point for many people who were later become international famous. Some, like Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash, were immediate success for Sun, while others like Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison achieved success with other recording companies. There were many who were never achieve major status, whose Sun recordings have all the hallmarks of the above named. Among these unsung heroes are people like Warren Smith, Carl Mann, Billy Riley, and Sonny Burgess. Here 16-tracks of compilation featuring Rosco Gordon recorded for Sun in the early and mid-fifties with picture sleeve painting by David Oxtoby. On the back cover of the album written liner notes and biography information of the artist.

Side 1 Contains
1.1 - Let's Get High
1.2 - Real Pretty Mama
1.3 - T-Model Boogie
1.4 - Dr. Blues
1.5 - Just Love Me Baby
1.6 - Love With Me Baby
1.7 - Bop With Me Baby
1.8 - Decorate The Counter (Version 1)
Original Sun Recordings

Side 2 Contains
2.1 - Decorate The Counter (Version 2)
2.2 - Love For You Baby
2.3 - That's What You Do To Me
2.4 - Tired Of Living
2.5 - If You Don't Love Me Baby
2.6 - Dream On Baby
2.7 - Do The Bop
2.8 - Sally Jo
Original Sun Recordings

For Biography of Rosco Gordon. See: > The Sun Biographies <
Rosco Gordon's Sun recordings can be heard on his playlist from 706 Union Avenue Sessions on > YouTube <

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1977 Charly Records (LP) 33rpm CR 30134 mono
HOWLIN' WOLF - THE LEGENDARY SUN PERFORMERS

During the 1950s, the Sun record label was the starting point for many people who were later become international famous. Some, like Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash, were immediate success for Sun, while others like Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison achieved success with other recording companies. There were many who were never achieve major status, whose Sun recordings have all the hallmarks of the above named. Among these unsung heroes are people like Warren Smith, Carl Mann, Billy Riley, and Sonny Burgess. Here 16-tracks of compilation featuring Hawlin' Wolf recorded for Sun in the early fifties with picture sleeve painting by David Oxtoby. On the back cover of the album written liner notes and biography information of the artist.

Side 1 Contains
1.1 - My Baby Walked Off
1.2 - Smile At Me
1.3 - Bluebird
1.4 - Everybody's In The Mood
1.5 - Chocolate Drop
1.6 - Come Back Home
1.7 - Dorothy Mae
1.8 - Highway Man
Original Sun Recordings

Side 2 Contains
2.1 - Oh, Red
2.2 - My Last Affair
2.3 - Howlin' for My Baby
2.4 - Sweet Woman
2.5 - C.V. Wine Blues
2.6 - Look-A-Here Baby
2.7 - Decoration Day Blues
2.8 - Well That's All Right
Original Sun Recordings

For Biography of Howlin' Wolf. See: > The Sun Biographies <
Howlin' Wolf's Sun recordings can be heard on his playlist from 706 Union Avenue Sessions on > YouTube <

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1977 Charly Records (LP) 33rpm CR 30135 mono
JUNIOR PARKER & BILLY LOVE - THE LEGENDARY SUN PERFORMERS

During the 1950s, the Sun record label was the starting point for many people who were later become international famous. Some, like Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash, were immediate success for Sun, while others like Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison achieved success with other recording companies. There were many who were never achieve major status, whose Sun recordings have all the hallmarks of the above named. Among these unsung heroes are people like Warren Smith, Carl Mann, Billy Riley, and Sonny Burgess. Here 16-tracks of compilation featuring Junior Parker and Billy Love recorded for Sun in the early ifties with picture sleeve painting by David Oxtoby. On the back cover of the album written liner notes and biography information of the artist.

Side 1 Contains (Junior Parker)
1.1 - Feelin' Good
1.2 - Mystery Train
1.3 - Love My Baby
1.4 - Fussin' And Fightin' Blues
1.5 - Sittin' At The Window
1.6 - Sittin' At The Bar
1.7 - Sittin' Drinkin' And Thinkin'
1.8 - Feel So Bad
Original Sun Recordings

Side 2 Contains (Billy ''Red'' Love)
2.1 - Gee I Wish
2.2 - Hart's Dread Boogie
2.3 - The News Is All Around Town
2.4 - Blues Leave Me Alone
2.5 - If You Want To Make Me Happy
2.6 - There's No Use
2.7 - Early In The Morning
2.8 - A Dream
Original Sun Recordings

For Biography of Junior Parker and Billy ''Red"" Love. See: > The Sun Biographies <
Junior Parkers and Billy ''Red'' Love Sun recordings can be heard on his playlist from 706 Union Avenue Sessions on > YouTube Junior Parker < > YouTube Billy ''Red'' Love <

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1977 Charly Records (LP) 33rpm CR 30136 mono
SONNY BURGESS - THE LEGENDAR SUN PERFORMERS

During the 1950s, the Sun record label was the starting point for many people who were later become international famous. Some, like Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash, were immediate success for Sun, while others like Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison achieved success with other recording companies. There were many who were never achieve major status, whose Sun recordings have all the hallmarks of the above named. Among these unsung heroes are people like Warren Smith, Carl Mann, Billy Riley, and Sonny Burgess. Here 16 -tracks of compilation featuring Sonny Burgess recorded for Sun in the late fifties with picture sleeve painting by David Oxtoby. On the back cover of the album written liner notes and biography information of the artist.

Side 1 Contains
1.1 - Red Headed Woman
1.2 - Restless
1.3 - Going Home
1.4 - Ain't Got A Thing
1.5 - Find My Baby For Me
1.6 - Tomorrow Night
1.7 - You're Not the One For Me
1.8 - Thunderbird (Instrumental)
Original Sun Recordings

Side 2 Contains
2.1 - We Wanna Boogie
2.2 - Feel So Good
2.3 - Y.O.U.
2.4 - My Bucket's Got A Hole In It
2.5 - All My Sins Taken Away
2.6 - Sally Brown
2.7 - I Love You So
2.8 - Sadie's Back in Town
Original Sun Recordings

For Biography of Sonny Burgess. See: > The Sun Biographies <
Sonny Burgess' Sun recordings can be heard on his playlist from 706 Union Avenue Sessions on > YouTube <

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