Lemmy’s Top 10 rockabilly records

In an Interview lemmy Klimister did with Jon Bosso of Mucic Radar.com, Lemmy tells us what his top 10 rockabilly songs are, and here they are;

1. Carl Perkins – Right String Baby But The Wrong Yo-Yo (1957)

2. Carl Perkins – Movie Magg (1961)

3. Elvis Presley – I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (1955)

4. Elvis Presley – I Forgot To Remember To Forget (1955)

5. Buddy Holly – That’ll Be The Day (1957)

6. Gene Vincent – Race With The Devil (1956)

7. Eddie Cochran – Summertime Blues (1958)

8. Jerry Lee Lewis – Crazy Arms (1956)

9. Johnny Cash – Big River (1958)

10. Johnny Burnette And The Rock And Roll Trio – Train Kept A-Rollin’ (1956)

Source: Mucic Radar.com

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