Sun Records just turn up 60, so we made a mixtape in honour of the legendary record company launched by Sam Phillips in 1952. He named it Sun Records as a sign of his perpetual optimism: a new day and a new beginning. And so that’s our purpose with that mixtape!
We come up with a selection of songs avoiding great artists, such as Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis or Elvis Presley, because they are already very very very well known. So here we are, delivering for you few hits that still shinning as the first day. Enjoy the music with the sunshine!
Some Velvet Mixtapes 18
Eternal Sunshine Of Spotless Records
1. Harold Dorman – Uncle Jonah’s Place
2. Charlie Rich – Lonely Weekends
3. Johnny Powers – Me And My Rhythm Guitar
4. David Houston – Sherry’s Lips
5. Thomas Wayne – Tragedy
6. Charlie Rich – Stay
7. Narvel Felts – Did You Tell Me
8. Billy “The Kid” Emerson – No Teasin’ Around
9. Carl Mann – Ain’t Got No Home
10. Brad Suggs – 706 Union
11. Barbara Pittman – Everlasting Love
12. Curtis Hoback - Apron Strings