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Here are links to You Tube postings containing audio of APACHE by Bert Weedon ( QX5DXsp3e4), WONDERFUL LAND by The Shadows ( Cj_429Ft I) and WHO COULD BE BLUER by Jerry Lordan ( L3qlhh Dk) Here’s a Hollywood landmark that has gone through various changes during its storied lifetime.A beautiful Art Deco structure on Sunset Boulevard just east of King’s Road, it was designed in 1929 by architect Leland A.His how-to book “Play In A Day” was published in the UK in 1957 and many young rock musicians (including Paul Mc Cartney and George Harrison) used it to learn the basic steps for playing the guitar.Signing with Top Rank Records, Bert cut a string of successful singles which began in 1959 with “Guitar Boogie Shuffle”: a remake of “Guitar Boogie” which had been a 1948 seller for American guitarist Arthur “Guitar Boogie” Smith.For those with strong trivia appetites, another of Jerry Lordan’s songs namely “Love Where Can You Be” was recorded by Julie Rayne on HMV in 1959.Julie was a British singer who never hit the big time though she garnered some attention in 1961 with her cover of an American song by Philip Springer and Jonas Schroeder with the ridiculously long title “Green With Envy Purple With Passion White With Anger Scarlet With Fever What Were You Doin’ In His Arms Last Night Blues”!The publishing arm has been acquired by an investor consortium led by Sony and Universal will be divesting itself of certain overseas masters to a third party.
To the left of this article, the 1963 poster (one of the countless promotional aids which were sent to record dealers for in-store display) shows how regularly successful the company was in those days.
As the saying goes ‘There’s gold in them thar hills”!
British guitarist Bert Weedon died last April at age 91.
As a singer, Jerry was produced by George Martin for Parlophone.
His “Who Could Be Bluer” 45 reached the UK Top 20 and was released here by Capitol.