• Original Decca single from 1956

• A classic since it appeared on the ’Rare MCA Rockabilly’ LPs during the 1970s
• One of the top Rockabilly festival deejay favorites • The alternate version of Diggin’ The Boogie first appeared on the Bear Family ’ROCKS!’-CD and is finally available, for the first time, ever!
• You Ruined My Blue Suede Shoes from 1956: previously unreleased on 45 or EP, and…
• …conceived as an answer song to the Carl Perkins hit of the day
• full-color picture sleeve with liner notes by Martin Hawkins

Roy Hall made these sides in 1956 when he was a rotund 34 year old hillbilly boogie pianist running a night club in Nashville and acting as road manager for country star Webb Pierce. Hall’s wild and raucous sound was a blend of R&,B and rockabilly using Nashville’s finest studio musicians featuring Hank Garland on guitar.

Three Alley Cats was written with Jimmy Rule about the impact of the new music with the crazy beat. A year earlier, Roy Hall had co-written Whole Lotta Shakin’ Going On – and when he was involved, there always was.

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