Complete Sun Singles, Volume 2 (4-CD)
by Various Artists

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  • Number of Discs: 4
  • Released: June 20, 1995
  • Originally Released: 1995
  • Label: Bear Family

Tracks on Disc 1:

  • 1.Daydreams Come True - Maggie Sue Wimberly
  • 2.How Long - Maggie Sue Wimberly
  • 3.There's No Right Way to Do Me Wrong - Miller Sisters
  • 4.You Can Tell Me - Miller Sisters
  • 5.Defrost Your Heart - Charlie Feathers
  • 6.Wedding Gown of White, A - Charlie Feathers
  • 7.Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash
  • 8.So Doggone Lonesome - Johnny Cash
  • 9.Little Fine Healty Thing - Billy "The Kid" Emerson
  • 10.Something For Nothing - Billy "The Kid" Emerson
  • 11.Blue Suede Shoes - Carl Perkins
  • 12.Honey, Don't - Carl Perkins
  • 13.Sure to Fall - Carl Perkins
  • 14.Tennessee - Carl Perkins
  • 15.No More, No More - Jimmy Haggett
  • 16.They Call Our Love a Sin - Jimmy Haggett
  • 17.Chicken, The (Dance With You) - Rosco Gordon
  • 18.Love For You Baby - Rosco Gordon
  • 19.Gonna Romp and Stomp - Slim Rhodes
  • 20.Bad Girl - Slim Rhodes
  • 21.Rock 'N' Roll Ruby - Warren Smith
  • 22.I'd Rather Be Safe Than Sorry - Warren Smith
  • 23.Slow Down - Jack Earls
  • 24.Fool For Lovin' You, A - Jack Earls

Tracks on Disc 2:

  • 1.Get Rhythm - Johnny Cash
  • 2.I Walk the Line - Johnny Cash
  • 3.Ooby Dooby - Roy Orbison
  • 4.Go, Go, Go - Roy Orbison
  • 5.Boppin' the Blues - Carl Perkins
  • 6.All Mama's Children - Carl Perkins
  • 7.Welcome to the Club - Jean Chapel
  • 8.I Won't Be Rockin' Tonight - Jean Chapel
  • 9.Trouble Bound - Billy Lee Riley
  • 10.Rock With Me Baby - Billy Lee Riley
  • 11.Rockin' With My Baby - Malcolm Yelvington
  • 12.It's Me Baby - Malcolm Yelvington
  • 13.Red Headed Woman - Sonny Burgess
  • 14.We Wanna Boogie - Sonny Burgess
  • 15.Fiddle Bop - Rhythm Rockers
  • 16.Juke Box, Help Me Find My Baby - Rhythm Rockers
  • 17.I'm Sorry, I'm Not Sorry - Carl Perkins
  • 18.Dixie Fried - Carl Perkins
  • 19.Black Jack David - Warren Smith
  • 20.Ubangi Stomp - Warren Smith
  • 21.You're My Baby - Roy Orbison
  • 22.Rockhouse - Roy Orbison
  • 23.Love Crazy Baby - Kenny Parchman
  • 24.I Feel Like Rockin' - Kenny Parchman
  • 25.I Need a Man - Barbara Pittman
  • 26.No Matter Who's to Blame - Barbara Pittman

Tracks on Disc 3:

  • 1.Come on Little Mama - Ray Harris
  • 2.Where'd You Stay Last Nite - Ray Harris
  • 3.Ten Cats Down - Miller Sisters
  • 4.Finders Keepers - Miller Sisters
  • 5.Take and Give - Slim Rhodes / Sandy Brooks
  • 6.Do What I Do - Slim Rhodes / Sandy Brooks
  • 7.Shoobie Oobie - Rosco Gordon
  • 8.Cheese and Crackers - Rosco Gordon
  • 9.There You Go - Johnny Cash
  • 10.Train of Love - Johnny Cash
  • 11.Crazy Arms - Jerry Lee Lewis
  • 12.End of the Road - Jerry Lee Lewis
  • 13.Flyin' Saucers Rock & Roll - Billy Lee Riley
  • 14.I Want You Baby - Billy Lee Riley
  • 15.Matchbox - Carl Perkins
  • 16.Your True Love - Carl Perkins
  • 17.Feelin' Low - Ernie Chaffin
  • 18.Lonesome For My Baby - Ernie Chaffin
  • 19.Restless - Sonny Burgess
  • 20.Ain't Got a Thing - Sonny Burgess
  • 21.I'll Be Around - Glenn Honeycutt
  • 22.I'll Wait Forever - Glenn Honeycutt
  • 23.Sweet and Easy - Roy Orbison
  • 24.Devil Doll - Roy Orbison

Tracks on Disc 4:

  • 1.Don't Make Me Go - Johnny Cash
  • 2.Next in Line - Johnny Cash
  • 3.It'll Be Me - Jerry Lee Lewis
  • 4.Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On - Jerry Lee Lewis
  • 5.So Long I'm Gone - Warren Smith
  • 6.Miss Froggie - Warren Smith
  • 7.Bop Bop Baby - Wade & Dick
  • 8.Don't Need Your Lovin' Baby - Wade & Dick
  • 9.Please Don't Cry Over Me - Jim Williams
  • 10.That Depends on You - Jim Williams
  • 11.Fool's Hall of Fame - Rudi Richardson
  • 12.Why Should I Cry - Rudi Richardson
  • 13.Greenback Dollar / Watch And Chain - Ray Harris
  • 14.Foolish Heart - Ray Harris
  • 15.Easy to Love - Mack Self
  • 16.Every Day - Mack Self
  • 17.Forever Yours - Carl Perkins
  • 18.That's Right - Carl Perkins
  • 19.I'm Lonesome - Ernie Chaffin
  • 20.Laughin' and Jokin' - Ernie Chaffin
  • 21.More Than Yesterday - Edwin Bruce
  • 22.Rock Boppin' Baby - Edwin Bruce
  • 23.Red Hot - Billy Lee Riley
  • 24.Pearly Lee - Billy Lee Riley
  • 25.Flat Foot Sam - Tommy Blake
  • 26.Lordy Hoody - Tommy Blake

Product Description:

Volume two of this series runs the label's output, both A- and B-sides, from Sun 229 ("Daydreams Come True" by Maggie Sue Wimberly) to 278 (Tommy Blake's rockabilly howler "Lordy Hoody"). At our starting point with this box, Elvis had moved on to RCA Victor and worldwide stardom, and the first million-seller for the label -- Carl Perkins' "Blue Suede Shoes" -- was looming on the horizon. By the end of it, we're in the midst of the original rockabilly revolution. This is truly Sun's golden age.
Volume one in the series showed how Sun evolved from a blues label to the first recordings by Elvis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash, which firmly moved it into country territory, for this is how all three artists were originally marketed. Disc One picks up the thread nicely with the Carl Perkins spin of "Blue Suede Shoes" and "Honey Don't." Disc two hits paydirt in a big way with Johnny Cash's "I Walk the Line" and "Get Rhythm," Roy Orbison's "Ooby Dooby," "Go! Go! Go!," "Rockhouse," and "You're My Baby" (featuring Roy at his rockabilly guitar-picking best), Carl Perkins' "Boppin' the Blues," "Dixie Fried," and "All Mama's Children," Billy Riley's debut disc "Trouble Bound" and "Rock With Me Baby," and the twin-spin coolness of Warren Smith's "Ubangi Stomp" and "Black Jack David," two of the best sides ever cut at 706 Union Avenue. More Johnny Cash is aboard Disc Three, with "Train of Love" and "There You Go," and right after that is the debut disc from the Ferriday Fireball himself, Jerry Lee Lewis, with "Crazy Arms" and "End of the Road" both amply demostrating how fully formed his style was when he entered Sam's studio. Right after that is one of the best Sun records ever, Billy Riley's "Flying Saucer Rock & Roll," featuring the Killer on backup piano and guitarist Roland Janes whipping the tremolo bar on his Strat into a frenzy on the intro. Our final disc keeps the rockin' banner flying high with Jerry Lee's epochal "Whole Lot Of Shakin' Going On" and its flip, "It'll Be Me," a number taken at a wild-ass breakneck tempo with a piano solo that ranks as one of his best. Special mention should also be made about the massive bound booklet that comes with this four-disc set; it is the epitome of cool, featuring photos that'll make your eyes get as big as 78s, while Hank Davis' notes are as spot on the money as anybody could ask for. Not just throwing together some photos you've seen a zillion times together with a scant recycled text, this book actually enhances the Sun Records experience. ~ Cub Koda
Bear Family Records

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