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"Try Me" was recorded on the capitol label back in 1958. Bob Luman was classed as a country singer, but when he was interviewed in 1970 he was asked "Do you class yourself as a rockabilly singer or a country singer" Bob answered back without hesitation, R O C K A B I L L Y. This could have done him a great deal of harm in them days. 

Nice one Bob. 


ONE FOR THE LADIES 

Wanda Jackson recorded this in 1957 and it went to number one in Japan. She followed with a tour of Japan where fans went crazy! They loved her, loved the song! This was originally released in February 1955 by Annisteen Allen. 

Try Me backing track in the style of Bob Luman, in the key of G


Fujiyama Mama backing track in the style of Wanda Jackson, in the key of A



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