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Brothers And Legends

by Joey Welz And Link Wray

legendary recorings by joey and link from a baltimore session in 1969,originally a limited release of music city record in 1970,makes this a very rare album,,,a tribute to joey's mentor and friend....the late,great link wray the sound is very dylan-ish
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Rippin 'em Off in the Name of Love
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2. Dark Was the Color of Her Hair
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3. Peace Is the Freedom
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4. Jesus, Be My Friend
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5. Searchin' for Me So I Can Find You
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6. I'm From the World, I'm From the Earth
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7. It's Too Late
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8. Let the Good Times Roll
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9. Voices in the Sky (tribute to John Lennon)
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10. Listen to the Voices That Want to Be Free
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11. Rumble-69 (Link Wray)
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12. Fire and Brimstone (Link Wray)
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13. Love Is a Moment
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14. I Remember Her Love but I Forgot Her Name
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15. Goin' Home
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16. Turn You On to Sunshine
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Joey met Link at a show they did together in the late 50s.He was moved with Link's raw guitar sounds and originality and took his recordings of Rumble and Rawhide with him when he went in the army.He was stationed at AFN BERLIN and introduced his German audiences to the new sound of Link Wray and the Wraymen.When he returned to the states in the early 60s,he hung around wray's shack three track in Accokeek Maryland and started playing on some of Link's records that were released on Swan like....Weekend.....Run Chicken,Run and Run Boy,Run,throught the 60s they became great friends and even did some shows together with Joey as a guest Wrayman joining Doug Wray amd Shorty Horton .Joey even co=produced RUMBLE 69 and palys organ on the MR.G Release in 1969. Link suggested joey change his style to a harder rough sound and offered to write and record this album with him.It was recorded in Baltimore by Joey's friend,Dave Smith in 1969 and 1970.Jimmy Velvet,a friend of the family agreed to release it on his Music City label in Nashville.Joey says,"I love you Link and will miss you.Thank you for calling me brother and helping me make the change to real music that was meaningful. This my favorite album.you are my mentor,friend and hero and I will try to follow in your footsteps,making my music,listening to the voice in my head....the voices that want to be free....because of you...I am"...Joey Welz

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