Rebel-'Rouser" is a rock and roll instrumental recorded by Duane Eddy. It appeared on Eddy's album Have 'Twangy' Guitar Will Travel. Released as a single in 1958, it charted at on the Billboard Hot 100. On Billboard's R&B Best Sellers chart, "Rebel-Rouser" went to The tune, Eddy has noted, was not based on When the Saints Go Marching In as many assumed, but was loosely inspired by "Who’s Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet" an old folk song Duane knew from a Tennessee Ernie Ford record.
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Written by. Duane Eddy, Lee Hazlewood. First recorded in. March 1958. Released on. Rebel-'Rouser Single May 26, 1958. Have "Twangy" Guitar - Will Travel Album November 1958. Instrumental Nr 6 US, Nr 19 UK. Licensing. Request a synchronization license.
Originally released in the late '80s, Duane Eddy: His Twangy Guitar and the Rebels collects ten cuts from the original "Rebel Rouser," all of which are new recordings produced by "friends" like Paul McCartney, Jeff Lynne, Ry Cooder, and Anne Dudley. As one would expect, the production values are indicative of the era (Dudley's work echoes Peter Gunn-era Art of Noise and McCartney reworks the sound of his dreadful Press to Play album).
Album: Have Twangy Guitar, Will Travel (1958). Charted: 19 6. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. songfacts ®. This was recorded in a Phoenix studio that had an echo chamber what was originally a large water tank. A speaker was placed at one end of the tank, the microphone at the other, and the guitar "twang" was piped in there. Esskayess from Dallas, TxAlways loved his 'twangy' guitar. I also crack up whenever I see the word 'twangy. Don from Oneida, NyRebel Rouser was the sound-spark that initially inspired my interest in playing guitar and it also fostered my entire professional music career over the last 45 years. I have even recorded my own version of the tune with key changes, sans the sax solo and cowboy yelps. I have used his style for many instrumental tunes I have either re-done (like Rebel Rouser) or composed on my own.
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- Rights Society: BMI
|1104||Duane Eddy And His 'Twangy' Guitar*||Rebel-'Rouser (7", Single)||Jamie||1104||US||1958|
|1104||Duane Eddy||Rebel Rouser (7", Single, RE)||Jamie Record Co.||1104||US||2014|
|45-HL.8669||Duane Eddy And His Twangy Guitar*||Rebel-Rouser (7", Single)||London Records, London American Recordings||45-HL.8669||UK||1958|
|LS-509||Duane Eddy And His "Twangy" Guitar*||Rebel-'Rouser / Stalkin' (7", Single)||Leedon||LS-509||Australia||1958|
|DL 20 182||Duane Eddy||Rebel Rouser / Stalkin' (7", Single)||London Records||DL 20 182||Germany||1958|