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Is A Gunslinger (Out Of Stock) by Bo Diddley

Is A Gunslinger (Out Of Stock)
Vinyl LP Reissue - Sealed

Is A Gunslinger (Out Of Stock)
by Bo Diddley

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Label:
Checker
Genre:
Blues
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Vinyl LP Reissue - Sealed
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Bo Diddley Is a Gunslinger is the fifth album by American rock and roll pioneer Bo Diddley released in December 1960 by Checker Records. The album title comes from the album's first track called "Gunslinger" and the cover art has Bo Diddley dressed in Western-style clothing. The songs for Bo Diddley Is a Gunslinger were recorded from October 1959 to February 1960. Several tracks of interest are "Sixteen Tons" which Bo was supposed to perform on The Ed Sullivan Show, the title track, and "Diddling" (an instrumental between guitar and saxophone).
1. Gun Slinger
2. Ride On Josephine
3. Doing The Crawdaddy
4. Cadillac
5. Somewhere
6. Cheyenne
7. Sixteen Tons
8. Whoa Mule (Shine)
9. No More Lovin'
10.Diddling

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