RIC CARTEY - Heart Throb - The Rockin' Sides Of Ric Cartey 10"LP

RIC CARTEY - Heart Throb - The Rockin' Sides Of Ric Cartey 10"LP
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•    Contains Cartey's best rockers for the RCA Victor, NRC, and El Rico labels... mehr
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•    Contains Cartey's best rockers for the RCA Victor, NRC, and El Rico labels
•    Sidemen include Jerry Reed, Ray Stevens, and Jack Eubanks
•    Several tracks produced by Chet Atkins
•    Detailed liner notes and gorgeous artwork
•    A long-overdue retrospective of one of Atlanta's earliest rockers


Two versions of Ric Cartey's first recorded composition topped the pop hit parade in early 1957. Ric's own rendition of Young Love, which he'd written with fellow teenager Carole Joyner, wasn't one of them. The honors went instead to country singer Sonny James and neophyte pop crooner Tab Hunter. That didn't stop Cartey from subsequently cutting enough solid rockers for RCA Victor, NRC, and his own El Rico label to fill this 10-incher. ,

Cartey was one of the first young singers on Atlanta's rock and roll scene. Born there on January 18, 1937, Whaley Thomas Cartey found a kindred musical spirit in guitarist Charlie Broome, the two performing locally as a duo. Broome dreamed up the distinctive guitar introduction to Young Love. Ric and Charlie's band, The Jiva-Tones (as their name was spelled on the record label) cut Young Love in 1956. On the other side sat the blistering rocker Oooh-Eeee. Jerry Reed was playing the electric guitar here.

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