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Tired Of Toein The Line - Rocky Burnette - The Son Of Rock And Roll (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. rows · Rocky Burnette was part of the early s revival of the rockabilly style. He released his .
  2. Son of Johnny Burnette After two solo albums in the early '80s and a major hit like "Tired Of Toein' The Line" that never managed to top, he appeared again in the mid-'90s as co-writer for Rosie Flores and Dwight Twilley and a third solo album in , titled "Tear It Up". In he wrote "You Got Away With Love", a european hit for Percy Sledge.
  3. Feb 23,  · Tired of Toein’ the Line – Rocky Burnette () Born Jonathan Burnette, this American singer-songwriter is the son of the late rockabilly legend Johnny Burnette. Following the international success of this debut hit, Rocky’s career in the US floundered when his American record label went bankrupt.
  4. Although the title of this album and Rocky's upbringing spell promise, "The son of rock and roll" really shines only on the album's opening cut, the sleeper top ten hit of , the chunky shouter "Tired of toein' the line" with it's fuzzy guitars and well handled harmonies on the bridge sections, helped stir some interest in the rockabilly.
  5. Rocky Burnette was part of the early s revival of the rockabilly style. He released his first album, Son of Rock 'n' Roll, on EMI America in In the summer of , his single "Tired of Toein' the Line" read more.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Son Of Rock And Roll on Discogs. Label: EMI America - SW • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock/5(28).
  7. Jan 23,  · Years later, Rocky joined the family business, and wrote updated rockabilly songs, in the same genre as his dad had in the 's and early 's. Rocky is best known for "Tired of Toein' the Line," the single from the album Son of Rock'n'Roll. The song was a huge hit, peaking at #8, while the album hit #
  8. In this song, Rocky Burnette is ready to leave a dying relationship, as he's tired of toein' the line. Despite the somber sentiment, it's a catchy upbeat tune that was welcomed in the post-disco era. Burnette said that he wrote the song in about 20 minutes.

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