Songs: 40. Artist: Carl Perkins. Songs: Carl Perkins - Honey' Cause I Love You 02:12. Carl Perkins - This Life Is Live 02:22. Carl Perkins - Pop, Let Me Have the Car 02:10. Carl Perkins - Forget Me (Next Time Around) 02:34. Carl Perkins - Pointed Toe Shoes 01:58. Carl Perkins - Boppin' the Blues 02:46. Carl Perkins - All Mama's Children 02:05. Carl Perkins - Everybody's Tryin' to Be My Baby 02:09. Carl Perkins - Dixie Fried 02:24.
Forget Me (Next Time Around) - Carl Perkins. Somebody Tell Me - Carl Perkins. Sweetheart's A Stranger - Carl Perkins.
Forget Me (Next Time Around) (stereo) (2:39) 18. Hollywood City (stereo) (2:10) 19. I've Just Got Back From There (stereo) (2:15) 20. Too Much For A Man To Understand (alt) (stereo) (2:47) 21. Turn Around (mono) (2:42) 22. Unhappy Girls (mono) (2:41) 23. Someday Somewhere Someone Waits For Me (mono) (2:28) 2. Any time Last hour Last 24 hours Last week Last month Last year. Show only verified uploads.
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Forget Me (Next Time Around). I've Just Got Back From There.
For other people named Carl Perkins, see Carl Perkins (disambiguation). American rockabilly musician. During the next couple of years the Perkins brothers began playing other taverns around Bemis and Jackson, including El Rancho, the Roadside Inn, and the Hilltop, as they became better known Perkins began performing regularly on WTJS in Jackson during the late 1940s as a sometime member of the Tennessee Ramblers. When his job at the bakery was reduced to part-time, Valda, who had her own job, encouraged Perkins to begin working the taverns full-time. He began playing six nights a week. Later the same year he added . Fluke" Holland to the band as a drummer.
Forget Me (Next Time Around) (96). 18. Hollywood City (97). taken out of Carl Perkins BCD16752. The group practiced throughout the Fall and on into the early winter of 1954, Carl eagerly making the drive west from Jackson to Memphis, hoping each time that they'd finally nail a usable take. On January 22, 1955 they hit paydirt. The 'hillbilly weeper' Turn Around was committed to tape along with a usable version of another song Carl had written called Movie Magg.
Sam Phillips rushed the album out after Perkins left Sun for Columbia in 1958, which was two years after "Blue Suede Shoes" was a hit, so Perkins not only didn't have a big single in the charts - "Pink Pedal Pushers," his last for Sun, stalled at 91 on the pop charts - but the label released it more as. a cash-in than anything, and it never made much of an impact on the charts. 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.