7" single ~ David Bowie ~ Rosalyn / WHATGTG!
RCA PROM 1 original New Zealand pressing.
Sleeve is complete and the Business Reply Card is still attached - just. Overall a bit tatty
Produced by Norman Petty. Both songs published by Nor Va Jak, BMI, Norman Petty’s publishing company, administered by Southern Music. Both songs co-written by ROY ORBISON.
from rockabilly.nl: Johnny "Peanuts" Wilson…joined Roy Orbison's group the Teen Kings in January 1956…Wilson played rhythm guitar and can be heard on both versions of "Ooby Dooby" (Je-Wel and Sun), as well as on Orbison's early Sun sessions. The Sun version of "Ooby Dooby"…
…on December 14, 1956, Orbison split with the Teen Kings… .The Teen Kings went back to West Texas and formed another group for a few months. Wilson's first solo session took place on May 26, 1957, at Norman Petty's studio in Clovis, New Mexico, and generated two versions of "Cast Iron Arm", plus "You've Got Love", which was Wilson's first attempt at songwriting. Two of the Teen Kings (Kennelly and Ellis) provided the accompaniment and the sax player is either James Morrow or Jimmy Seals. The lead guitarist is possibly Roy Orbison. "Cast Iron Arm" was released on Brunswick 55039 on November 27, 1957, and credited to "Peanuts Wilson…"
MEAN JEANS Stoned to the Bone 7" rehab records GREEN OOP and scarce debut single from these crazy pop punk losers. Barely played, excellent shape.