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Johnny Cash reckoned Carl Perkins was the King of rockabilly and who are we to disagree with the Man In Black. In this song, a demo recorded for Sun Records, Carl sings of an item of clothing I do not own. And am unlikely too, despite their availability online (see below).Pink Pedal Pushers

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Tonight’s Rockabilly comes from one of the originators- Carl Perkins, who the Japanese couple in Mystery Train argued about for most of the film, may have been better than Elvis. Honey Don’t was the B-side to Blue Suede Shoes, released in January 1956 and is just as groundbreaking as Joey Beltram’s Energy Flash thirty four years later. But with fewer drug references.

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Carl Perkins, who had a thing about clothes- Blue Suede Shoes and Pink Pedal Pushers among others- with a Friday night instruction. Put your cat clothes on.

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It’s Friday night and it’s that time again, for our weekly rockabilly rave-up. Carl Perkins (he was there before Elvis music fans) invites you to a party, and for this bank holiday weekend, including our pre-40th trip to Edinburgh, I think we should all get Dixie Fried. Have a great weekend.

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