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On The Air - First Published Live Recordings (With Interviews)
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The Eddie Cochran Memorial Album is the second album by Eddie Cochran, released on Liberty Records in mono, LRP 3172, in May 1960. It had previously been issued as 12 of His Biggest Hits in April 1960 with the same catalogue number, but after Cochran's death on April 17 it was retitled and reissued, and has remained so titled ever since. It is currently in print on the Magic Records label in France, on CD on EMI-Toshiba in Japan, and on BGO in the UK as a twofer with "Singin' To My Baby.

Cochran was involved with music from an early age, playing in the school band and teaching himself to play blues guitar. In 1954, he formed a duet with the guitarist Hank Cochran (no relation), and when they split the following year, Eddie began a songwriting career with Jerry Capehart. His first success came when he performed the song "Twenty Flight Rock" in the film The Girl Can't Help It, starring Jayne Mansfield. Cochran was born October 3, 1938, in Albert Lea, Minnesota, to Alice and Frank R. Cochran. His parents were from Oklahoma, and he always said in interviews that his parents had some roots in Oklahoma. He took music lessons in school but quit the band to play drums. There were only a few rockers on this album, and Liberty seemed to want to move Cochran away from Rock and Roll

On the Air is a posthumously released album by Eddie Cochran, who died in 1960. The album was released in the United Kingdom on the United Artists record label (catalog number UAS-29380) in September 1972. In the United States, it was released in 1987, on the EMI America label (catalog number SQ-17245) with the same track listing. Side 1. "Introduction By Marty Wilde". Hallelujah! I Love Her So", "C'mon Everybody", "Somethin' Else". Interview with Marty Wilde".

Album, 1960, London Recordings. Album, 1963, Liberty Records. Somethin' Else: The Fine Lookin' Hits of Eddie Cochran. Compilation, Февраль 1998, Razor And Tie.

In 1956 Cochrane teamed up with Capehart and was signed to Liberty in 1957, although he still appeared on the labels of friends Capehart and Sylvester Cross- spending time in LA's Gold Star studio producing, writing and recording backing vocals on labels such as Crest, Zephyr, Crash, Vik, along with Silver, on which he recorded "Guybo"- also known as 'Drum City'. He also appeared in two films

When I heard the live recordings of it, I thought, this needs to be out there on record, Daltrey tells uDiscover Music. There’s something about the night this was captured on this record, it had an energy and a spirit about it – truly the spirit of 1969. We didn’t know Tommy would be a hit. It captured people’s imagination and off it went. It’s a brutal narrative. With Tommy, Uncle Ernie, Cousin Kevin and the other cast of characters, every one of them is a metaphor for the human condition, Daltrey says. Anyone can be one of these archetypes, it just depends of how you deal with the situation you’re faced with. A character had to be developed. As the band started rehearsing and piecing together Tommy as a stage show, they knew they needed a unifying force to bring the songs together, rather than just a collection of three-minute singles.

Watch the video for One Kiss from Eddie Cochran's The Eddie Cochran Story for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. With a charismatic voice that could switch effortlessly between smooth ballads and raucous rockabilly, Cochran epitomized the rebellious '50s rocker. Although killed in a tragic accident at the age of 21, the influence of his brief career, and life, was immeasurable, having inspired many of the greatest artists of the '60s. Ray Edward "Eddie" Cochran (October 3, 1938 - April 17, 1960) was an American singer, songwriter, and musician

Eddie Cochran, a multi talented artist, had an impressive singing range. He offered a fresh, energetic and authentic voice to any Rock, Blues, Country or Pop tune. An outstanding guitar player, with his signature Gretch 6120, he did innovative techniques with the strings that players continue to imitate. He was not only a popular solo artist but also a highly in demand West Coast session player. He was also a gifted composer, co-writing 21 of the 57 singles. First, are the early recordings of the Cochran Brothers. Listen and compare this material with duo recordings of Buddy Holly and Bob Montgomery. Both were singing brilliant Blue Grass/Hill Country influenced songs. They were reinterpreting this material and introducing it in a more contemporary format.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Introduction 0:17
A2a Medley: Hallelujah, I Love Her So 2:17
A2b C'Mon Everybody 1:43
A2c Somethin' Else 1:50
A3 Interview 0:54
A4 Twenty Flight Rock 1:37
A5a Medley: Money Honey 2:12
A5b Have I Told You Lately That I Love You 1:35
A6a Medley: Summertime Blues 1:53
A6b Milk Cow Blues 2:53
A7 Interview 0:52
A8 I Don't Like You No More 2:40
A9 Sweet Little Sixteen 2:30
A10 White Lightning
Featuring – Gene Vincent
B1 Cotton Picker 2:10
B2 Interview From American Radio: Part One 1:51
B3 Sittin' In The Balcony 1:56
B4 Interview From American Radio: Part Two 1:22
B5 Teenage Cutie 1:50
B6 Interview From American Radio: Part Three 1:05
B7 That's My Desire 2:03
B8 Interview From American Radio: Part Four 4:35
B9 Hallelujah, I Love Her So (Reprise From "Boy Meets Girls") 2:20


  • Directed By – Bill Shepherd
  • Interviewer – Marty Wilde (tracks: A1, A3, A7,)
  • Producer – Jerry Capehart (tracks: B1, B2, B5, B7, B9)
  • Supervised By – Alan Warner


Side 1: Recordings and interview snips from the British Television Programme "Boy Meets Girls", Recorded and transmitted in January & February, 1960.

Side 2: Includes an interview recorded in the Albany Hotel, Denver on November 1, 1957.
Music tracks on this side are studio recordings.

Stereo enhanced Mono

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: STEMRA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
UAL 34727 Eddie Cochran On The Air ‎(LP, Album) United Artists Records UAL 34727 New Zealand 1973
UAS 29.380 Eddie Cochran On The Air ‎(LP, Album) United Artists Records UAS 29.380 France 1979
UAS 29380 Eddie Cochran On The Air ‎(LP, Album) United Artists Records UAS 29380 UK 1972
4XQ-17245 Eddie Cochran On The Air ‎(Cass, Album, RE, RM, Dol) EMI America 4XQ-17245 US 1987
SQ-17245 Eddie Cochran On The Air ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM) EMI America SQ-17245 US 1987