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Slinky - Link Wray & The Wraymen* - Link Wray & The Wraymen (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. "Link Wray & The Wraymen" Link Wray may well have been the loudest rock guitarist I’ve ever heard in a concert setting. Considering that over the decades I’ve also luxuriated in the teeth-rattling fretwork of Roy Buchanan and Dick Dale, that’s saying a whole lot (granted, I’m not a heavy metal devotee).
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Slinky! The Epic Sessions, - Link Wray & His Wraymen on AllMusic - - While there was a track compilation.
  3. Link Wray And The Wraymen Link Wray And The Wraymen on Import LP Collecting both sides of his first three epic singles along with half a dozen other numbers, Link Wray's all-instrumental debut album introduced the world to the power chord, the basis of modern rock guitar-playing without which punk-rock or heavy metal never would have existed.
  4. Link Wray discography and songs: Music profile for Link Wray, born 2 May Genres: Rock & Roll, Rockabilly, Surf Rock. Albums include Rumble / The Swag, Link Wray, and Rumble! The Best of Link Wray.
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  6. Slinky! The Epic Sessions, a deluxe double-whammy 2 CD set from Link Wray and the Wraymen--brother Doug on drums, Shorty Horton on bass, and brother Vernon on rhythm guitar and piano--captures their complete Epic recordings and some of the raunchiest guitar ever commited to tape!
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Link Wray & The Wraymen on Discogs. Label: Murray Hill Records - X,CBS Special Products - P • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Repress • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Rock & Roll, Rockabilly/5(7).
  8. Link Wray is the self-titled album by pioneer Rock & Roll guitarist Link pleasirluxingberscakosnamofarmcornli.xyzinfo music is an Americana blend of blues, country, gospel, and folk rock elements. This music is characterized by the purposeful use of simplified sounds to reflect the then-current vogue of blues and other roots music being used in many roots rock bands. Wray's guitar-work, composing, and vocals reflected.