In The Farms And On The Forecourts: The Short-Lived Heyday Of Rockabilly
Bill Millar, History of Rock, The, 1981
THE FIRST RECORDED example of rockabilly proper can be traced to the moment in July 1954 when Elvis Presley cut an old blues by Arthur Crudup and a slightly older bluegrass tune by Bill Monroe.
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