Cat. No. BVD 20004: BOB LUMAN ~ AT TOWN HALL PARTY. BEAR FAMILY BVD 20004. (IMPORT).

Cat. No. BVD 20004: BOB LUMAN ~ AT TOWN HALL PARTY. BEAR FAMILY BVD 20004. (IMPORT).

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REVIEW: Bob Luman started his career singing after seeing Elvis Presley perform. In 1960 Bob scored his biggest hit with a more pop orientated song “Let’s Think About Living”, a song, it is rumoured, he absolutely hated but recorded it only at the insistence of his record company. This DVD focuses on Bob’s early performances from 1958 and 1959 lifted from the “Town Hall Party” TV show and contains a good mix of rockabilly, rock’n’roll and country. Great historical footage.

PERFORMANCES: September 21, 1958 – Introduction by Jay Stewart / Svengali / I Walk The Line / September 27, 1958 – Blue Suede Shoes/ October 4, 1958 – Ready Teddy / Shake, Rattle & Roll / October 25, 1958 – Rockin’ Robin / Early In The Morning / I Walk The Line / Svengali / Folsom Prison Blues / November 8, 1958 – Precious / Oh, Lonesome Me / Rockin’ Robin / Rockin’ Robin / November 22, 1958 – Itchy Twitchy Feeling / Itchy Twitchy Feeling / Love Makes The World Go Round / January 4, 1959 – Stagger Lee / Stagger Lee / A Lover’s Question / Early In The Morning / September 5, 1959 – I Got A Woman / My Baby Walks All Over Me.

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