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  1. Moogutilar
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Guitar That Changed The World on Discogs. Label: Epic - ELPS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll, Pop Rock.
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  2. Milkis
    This is an album that features one of the most important band members of "The Blue Moon Boys", Elvis Presley's backing band, Scotty Moore. The Blue Moon Boys was a three piece band when they first started in -- with one lead guitar (Scotty), a rhythm guitar (Elvis) and an upright bass (Bill). Later a drummer, DJ Fontana joined/5(12).
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  3. Yokora
    Scotty Moore's guitar, as represented on Elvis Presley's Sun sides in and , did help in a big way to change the world. But was definitely not the year in which for Moore or Epic Records to try and remind anyone that fact, even with Elvis alumni D.J. Fontana (drums), Bob Moore (bass), Boots Randolph (sax), Jerry Kennedy (guitar), Buddy Harman (drums), Bill Pursell (piano), and the 6/
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  4. Fenrirr
    Sep 16,  · This is an album that features one of the most important band members of "The Blue Moon Boys", Elvis Presley's backing band, Scotty Moore. The Blue Moon Boys was a three piece band when they first started in -- with one lead guitar (Scotty), a rhythm guitar (Elvis) and an upright bass (Bill). Later a drummer, DJ Fontana joined/5(12).
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  5. Gajind
    Listen to The Guitar That Changed The World! on Spotify. Scotty Moore · Album · · 12 heatwhartpounringgunpo.bestbracomgoeguhotabloyreaconreku.coed on:
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  6. Vudojin
    Song information for That's All Right - Scotty Moore on AllMusic. Song information for That's All Right - Scotty Moore on AllMusic Scotty Moore. The Guitar That Changed the World. Razor & Tie:
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  7. JoJocage
    Scotty Moore was Elvis Presley's right-hand man on stage and in the studio. Scotty Moore And The Guitar That Changed The World. Monday 19 May. pmpm. BBC RADIO 2.
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  8. Tojajar
    That had been the first album under Moore’s own label since , when he released his solo album, The Guitar That Changed The World, on the Epic label. Twenty-eight years had passed since the name Scotty Moore had last made its way to a record cover. But this time Moore vowed to stick around.
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  9. Faet
    Moore, Scotty. Born in Gadsen, Tenn. Also recorded as guitarist for Elvis Presley. References: Article in issue () of Now Dig This.; Article in issue () of Now Dig This.; Article in issue () of Now Dig This.; Article in issue () of Now Dig This.
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