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Gene Vincent Cuts A New LP: John Peel’s Label Gets A New Version of ‘Be-Bop-a-Lula’

Charlie Gillett, Record Mirror, 27 September 1969

ROCK'N'ROLL, WHICH HAS NEVER been far away since it made its first appearance in the early fifties, is without much doubt about to become all-powerful once again. And Gene Vincent, who has stayed closer to the music which made him famous than most other major rock and roll singers, is beginning to receive the kind of recognition from the young rock audience which is due to him.

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