An often-overlooked rock 'n' roll legend, Eddie Cochran's contributions to music can't be measured by his activity in the record charts alone. The stompin' teenage anthem for all generations "Summertime Blues" was his only song to hit the Top-10. Beyond that, Cochran had a number of equally vibrant songs. Using an echo-chamber, he got an Elvis-like vocal sound -- something that many singers in the late '50s sought. What set Cochran apart was his down-up strumming style and innovative overdubbing in the studio -- two little-used techniques in rock music at the time. He also wrote, sang, and played much of his own material. A rich, full, Rockabilly sound that absolutely hollers fun.