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Country or Western
Citations & References
The following information is unsourced:
- The Grateful Dead performed "El Paso" live more than 385 times between 1969 and the group's 1995 disbandment. 
- Elvis Presley performed "You Gave Me A Mountain" over 500 times between 1972 and 1977
- The University of Texas at El Paso asked for and received permission from Robbins to use a fast-paced version of "El Paso" as the university's fight song.
First popular song with electric guitar distortion?
The article says that "'Don't Worry' has what is recognized as the first popular song with electric guitar distortion effects, played as a unique sound on a malfunctioning tube amplifier." Can anyone verify that this is true? - Tbsdy lives (talk) 10:32, 4 September 2008 (UTC)
- Yes it is true. Grady Martin was the guitar player as well. Grady Martin as Grady Martin & The Slew Foot Five. (Starman005 (talk) 11:48, 15 November 2009 (UTC))
- Both the Link Wray and Ike Turner article contradict this, describing how damaged amp speakers were used prior to 1960 for distortion. "Don't Worry" perhaps was the first with electronically produced distortion, but certainly not the first with distortion of some sort. Wschart (talk) 02:52, 3 February 2010 (UTC)
What happened to the picture of Marty Robbins ?
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