Produced by Sam Phillips Blue Suede Shoes Lyrics. Well, it's one for the money Two for the show Three to get ready Now go, cat, go But don't you step on my blue suede shoes You can do anything but lay off of my blue suede shoes. Well, it's one for the money Two for the show Three to get ready Now go, cat, go But don't you step on my blue suede shoes You can do anything but lay off of my blue suede shoes Well it's Blue-Blue Blue suede shoes Blue-Blue Blue suede shoes-Yeah Blue-Blue Blue suede shoes-Baby. Blue-Blue Blue suede shoes You can do anything but lay off of my blue suede shoes. About Blue Suede Shoes. Carl Perkins most famous song. Released in 1956, the song was also made popular by Elvis Presley and other artists.
Blue suede shoes were a luxury item in the South, a stylish footwear for a night out. You had to be careful with them, however, since suede isn't easy to clean. Perkins never owned a pair, but Johnny Cash told him a story about someone who did. As Cash told it, he and Perkins were performing at a show in Amory, Mississippi along with Elvis Presley. When Presley was on stage, Cash told Perkins a story from his days serving in the Air Force in Germany. Madison Square Garden" album. Leonor from Tucson, AzJohnny Cash had planted the seed for the song in the fall of 1955, while Perkins, Cash, Elvis Presley, and other Louisiana Hayride acts toured throughout Texas and the South. Cash told Perkins of an airman whom he had know when serving in the military in Germany. He had referred to his military regulation air shoes as "blue suede shoes".
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Blue Suede Shoes: A Rockabilly Session was a televised concert that was taped live at Limehouse Studios in London, England on 21 October 1985. Most of the repertoire performed in the concert consisted of Perkins' classic rockabilly songs from the 1950s
Download and listen free to Carl Perkins - Blue Suede Shoes. Download MP3 or another format to your phone or computer. You can do anything but lay off of my blue suede shoes. Well, you can knock me down, Step in my face, Slander my name All over the place. Do anything that you want to do, but uh-uh, Honey, lay off of my shoes Don't you step on my blue suede shoes. You can burn my house, Steal my car, Drink my liquor From an old fruitjar.
Album · 1986 · 18 Songs. This album is the audio portion of a filmed concert held on Oct. 21, 1985, in London. Though Carl Perkins was one of the key early rock ’n’ rollers who influenced future generations beyond measure, it’s safe to say his public profile never matched those of the people he touched, from Elvis Presley (who covered his Blue Suede Shoes ), The Beatles (who covered several of his best songs), or, arguably, even Rockpile’s Dave Edmunds, who plays guitar and.
Ol' Blue Suede's Back: Carl Perkins' Tribute to Rock and Roll released: 1978. Rocking Guitarman released: 1974. My Kind of Country released: 1973. Boppin' The Blues released: 1970. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On released: 1966 released: 1957. Blue Suede Shoes - His Greatest Hits released: Greatest Hits released: The Sun Years: The Definitive Rock'n Roll and Country Recordings 1954 to 1957 released
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