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Johnny Burnette - Girls FLAC album

Performer: Johnny Burnette
Genre: Rock
Title: Girls
Country: US
Released: 1961
Style: Rock & Roll
FLAC version ZIP size: 1914 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1957 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1660 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 362

John Joseph "Johnny" Burnette (March 25, 1934 – August 14, 1964) was an American singer-songwriter of rockabilly and pop music. In 1952, he and his older brother, Dorsey Burnette, and their friend Paul Burlison formed the band that later was known as the Rock and Roll Trio. He is the father of the 1980s rockabilly singer Rocky Burnette. Johnny Burnette was born to Willie May and Dorsey Burnett Sr. in Memphis, Tennessee. The "e" at the end of his name was added later.

Listen to music from Johnny Burnette like You're Sixteen, You're Beautiful (And You're Mine), You're Sixteen & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Johnny Burnette. John Joseph Burnette was born to Willie May and Dorsey Burnett Sr. The ‘e’ at the end of the name was added later.

Johnny Burnette, Album. The Best of Johnny Burnette: You're Sixteen. Other albums by Johnny Burnette. Rock Billy Boogie, Vol. 4. Clown Shoes. Johnny Burnette - Your Sixteen. God, Country and My Baby. Johnny Burnette 1992. Burnette's best pop-oriented recordings are featured on this collection, including the classic "You're Sixteen.

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After Johnny Burnette broke up the legendary and revolutionary Rock and Roll Trio, he turned to songwriting, and after co-writing (with his brother, Dorsey) some great rockabilly songs like "Believe What You Say" for Rick Nelson, Burnette entered the world of pop music and the cloying sounds of cute lyrics, simple melodies, strings, and vocal choruses. On his first solo album, Johnny Burnette Sings, released in 1960 on Liberty, you'd never know he was the same guy responsible for some of the wildest rockabilly imaginable.


A Girls
B I've Got A Lot Of Things To Do

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
F-55345 Johnny Burnette Girls ‎(7") Liberty F-55345 US 1961
9.5.283 Johnny Burnette Girls / I've Got A Lot Of Things To Do ‎(7", Single) London Records 9.5.283 1961
HL-1846 Johnny Burnette With The Johnny Mann Singers Johnny Burnette With The Johnny Mann Singers - Girls ‎(7", Single) London Records HL-1846 Australia 1961
F-55345 Johnny Burnette Girls ‎(7") Liberty F-55345 US 1961
F-55345 Johnny Burnette Girls ‎(7", Promo) Liberty F-55345 US 1961